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Catching "File name too long" errors

Is there a way to redirect on "file name too long" errors?

I'm using mod_rewrite to handle all unknown urls with an error page.
That's not working for this error. Apparently the "file name too long"
error occurs before mod_rewrite is invoked.

Setting up an ErrorDocument is also ignored, even though it looks to the
user (and listed in access.log) as a 403 error, it's not a normal 403


Oct 13 '06 #1
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