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Getting “500 Line too long (limit is 4096)” error in Perl

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The error may also be “500 Line too long (limit is 8192)” but the problem is still the same – LWP or SOAP::Lite return this error when you try to POST or GET something very long.

The one to blame is actually Net::HTTP::Methods, included somewhere by something.

It took me a few hours to get this resolved:

use LWP::Protocol::http; # to suppress the warning "possible typo" in the next statement
push(@LWP::Protocol::http::EXTRA_SOCK_OPTS, MaxLineLength => 0); # to remove the limit

Put the above code in your Perl HTTP client and you’re good to go!

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Author: Ivan Zahariev

An experienced Linux & IT enthusiast, Engineer by heart, Systems architect & developer.

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