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How We Found Apache Tomcat Couldn’t Handle Large Requests

It all started as a bug report for our internal library.

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The bug report

A few weeks ago, a team reported a problem. Their Zuul Proxy stopped forwarding request bodies to backend systems. On their Windows machines, the developer team could not reproduce the problem. Neither could we.




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