fts_solr: Lookup failed: 400 Bad Request / GET null null

Chris Laif chris.laif at googlemail.com
Fri Apr 8 15:08:53 UTC 2016

On Wed, Apr 6, 2016 at 9:27 PM, Timo Sirainen <tss at iki.fi> wrote:
> On 05 Apr 2016, at 11:33, Chris Laif <chris.laif at googlemail.com> wrote:
>> I've captured some requests and they look like this (some parts
>> changed due to privacy concerns):
>> GET /solr/select?fl=uid,score&rows=439&sort=uid+asc&q={!lucene+q.op%3dAND}hdr:%3c56Fxxxx3A6.7080904 at domain.de%3e+OR+hdr:%3c664DCDxxxxx1A4FACD8B7922C495FEF at CZCHOWS1356.prg%5c-domain.com%3e+OR+hdr:%3c00cxxxxxde3$70ad7880$52
>> ... (many many more OR hdrs)
>> &fq=%2Bbox:f696f93xxxxxx6e+%2Buser:user at domain.de HTTP/1.1
>> The total request size is 31708 bytes and it contains many (hundreds?)
>> of 'OR hdrs' (side note: I wonder which client action triggers these
>> kind of requests, maybe the user selected hundreds of mails for
>> search?)
> I bet this is the weird iOS client stupidity where they for some weird reason started issuing commands like:
> SEARCH OR HEADER Message-ID id1 OR HEADER Message-ID id2 OR HEADER Message-ID id3 ...
> With the entire command about ~32 kB. It does it for every single message in the folder. Why not simply FETCH 1:* HEADER.FIELDS[Message-ID] and do the matching itself..
>> I _think_ this is a problem of the URL length / max http header size.
>> (Debian Jessie) Tomcat7 very likely does not accept more than 32kb
>> data in a request.
>> I wonder if Dovecot should limit SOLR requests to a specific size and
>> deny long requests with an imap error (?)
> Or just issue multiple Solr requests.. In any case, troublesome.. Could those limits be just increased in Tomcat?

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