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user picture  Author: rt
Posted: Oct 19 2015 - 06:10 PM
Subject: re: Typo3 error - Error Fetching http headers
thanks for pointing this out! Looks like the server is somewhat overloaded.

I tried to lighten the load and restarted the whole thing, which - at least temporarily - fixes the error.
see url Author: slav88
see Posted: Oct 18 2015 - 12:27 PM
Subject: Typo3 error - Error Fetching http headers
Whenever I search for anything - with Javascript Piano or Flash Piano - Typo3 error "Error Fetching http headers" occurs.
For example I searched for e%27%274+e%27%274+e%27%274+f%27%274+d%27%274+c%27%274+e%27%274+e%27%274+e%27%274+f%27%274+d%27%274+cis%27%272+d%27%274+d%27%274+d%27%274+e%27%274+c%27%274+b%274+c%27%274, and the resulting (erroneous) page was:
http://www.musipedia.org/result.html?sourceid=melody-url&tx_mpsearch_pi1[submit_button]=Search&tx_mpsearch_pi1[pc]=lilye%27%274+e%27%274+e%27%274+f%27%274+d%27%274+c%27%274+e%27%274+e%27%274+e%27%274+f%27%274+d%27%274+cis%27%272+d%27%274+d%27%274+d%27%274+e%27%274+c%27%274+b%274+c%27%274+&filtertext=&coll=m&onlymatchfrom=0.3
Mozilla Firefox 41.0.2, Win XP.
Thanks in advance for any suggestions...
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