최대 query string 가능 사이즈

개발/ETC2017. 8. 3. 19:57
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Query String에 사이즈 제한 때문에 개고생했던 기억이 있다. 
정리를 잘해 놓은 게 있어서 공유~ 

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer (Browser)
    Microsoft states that the maximum length of a URL in Internet Explorer is 2,083 characters, with no more than 2,048 characters in the path portion of the URL. Attempts to use URLs longer than this produced a clear error message in Internet Explorer.

  • Microsoft Edge (Browser)
    The limit appears to be around 81578 characters. See URL Length limitation of Microsoft Edge

  • Chrome
    It stops displaying the URL after 64k characters, but can serve more than 100k characters. No further testing was done beyond that.

  • Firefox (Browser)
    After 65,536 characters, the location bar no longer displays the URL in Windows Firefox 1.5.x. However, longer URLs will work. No further testing was done after 100,000 characters.

  • Safari (Browser)
    At least 80,000 characters will work. Testing was not tried beyond that.

  • Opera (Browser)
    At least 190,000 characters will work. Stopped testing after 190,000 characters. Opera 9 for Windows continued to display a fully editable, copyable and pasteable URL in the location bar even at 190,000 characters.

  • Apache (Server)
    Early attempts to measure the maximum URL length in web browsers bumped into a server URL length limit of approximately 4,000 characters, after which Apache produces a "413 Entity Too Large" error. The current up to date Apache build found in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 was used. The official Apache documentation only mentions an 8,192-byte limit on an individual field in a request.

  • Microsoft Internet Information Server (Server)
    The default limit is 16,384 characters (yes, Microsoft's web server accepts longer URLs than Microsoft's web browser). This is configurable.

  • Perl HTTP::Daemon (Server)
    Up to 8,000 bytes will work. Those constructing web application servers with Perl's HTTP::Daemon module will encounter a 16,384 byte limit on the combined size of all HTTP request headers. This does not include POST-method form data, file uploads, etc., but it does include the URL. In practice this resulted in a 413 error when a URL was significantly longer than 8,000 characters. This limitation can be easily removed. Look for all occurrences of 16x1024 in Daemon.pm and replace them with a larger value. Of course, this does increase your exposure to denial of service attacks.


참고 URL 

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/812925/what-is-the-maximum-possible-length-of-a-query-string

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