Since your example configuration includes a localhost url, you could consider adding a note that a separate web server is required to use that configuration. This leads to an invalid response because there is no chunked terminator. So does Kestrel force a time-out when sending the chunk? I am using Version 44. On success, we are just returning the contents of index. Here are the details I have: To the best of my ability I undid everything I did since last night when I did not have this error and the error persists.
I even reset Chrome and the same error comes on the Mac version of Chrome. I got my logging working nlog was incorrectly configured on this server and found the underlying error: System. Most probably there are some issues with the theme or some modules installed. We'd also likely need the source for an App that reproduces the behavior, not just a link to a tutorial. I've recognised this error today too, after updating the library to 4. A 404 status code does not indicate whether the resource is temporarily or permanently missing. It seems that Chrome throws an error when the server does that? I've looked through the troubleshooting guide and past issues, but nothing has helped.
After I modified server configuration, the file is served correctly! If the response body hadn't be written to prior the the exception being thrown, Kestrel would respond with a 500 status code instead of sending an incomplete response. The expected behavior from Kestrel in this case is to close the connection mid response. Has anyone faced the same problem? The error is only reproducible when console is not open. Hi, i think this is a wired problem. I'm not actually sure what possible exception could be getting thrown. I'm not sure if I understand the issue correctly, but as I'm understanding it, it seems that they accuse Kestrel in this case as a faulty server? Have a question about this project? And disabling it, doesn't resolve the issue.
The most common reason though, is throwing an exception in the middle of serializing the response. Hope my experience will be helpful for someone else. Once I added file-loader to my project, I started getting this issue again. The error is present at the moment with Chrome Mac , other browsers work fine Safari, Opera, Firefox. Same issue here, using version 44. Thank you for the assistance.
Would you like to answer one of these instead? This can happen for a bunch of reasons. I've never ran in to this issue before, though it seems to pop up frequently. So, the bottom line is - your're just fine and you can ignore this error - it's merely an indicator. After I disabled it, problem has gone! Is there a response body? Next, I would take a look at the captured while making the failed request like I mentioned earlier in this thread. When Distil identifies a malicious bot on one site, it creates a blacklisted behavioral profile that is deployed to all its customers.
I do not believe the referenced bugs are the same. Even at the default levels, there should be something logged for the request. When a server is under attack or just receiving a very large number of requests from a single party, responding to each with a 429 status code will consume resources. As an additional note, this is the second strange error I have encountered in Chrome in the last year see Stack Overflow question , to which no one was able to find a solution, even with a bounty offered. Also happens with 44 beta. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community.
Other sites on device browsed via Chrome for example, Yahoo also experience this error. Have a question about this project? I checked my site on Firefox with enabled, and no errors are thrown, making it seem like a Chrome issue version 38. Again, in , they seem to say that other browser vendors handle the Transfer-Encoding: chunked differently by ignoring the time-out that the server forced. So it somehow is relevant to the console component as well. Servers may also send this response instead of 403 to hide the existence of a resource from an unauthorized client. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community.