Hi folks,

I'm curious - can anyone explain what actually happens internally if you
try to read more from $r->read() than specified in the Content-Length
header?

I noticed when trying subsequent calls to read after all bytes had been
read that it truncates the buffer, which I guess is understandable as it
could be the next request. I'm just wondering wether $r->read( $buffer,
1000 ) is a bad thing to do if the incoming content is only 900 bytes.

cheers
John