Summary: How can I debug "Request exceeded the limit of 10 internal redirects due to probable configuration error."
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> * [http://www.emacswiki.org/htaccess.txt htdocs/.htaccess]
> * [http://www.emacswiki.org/htaccess-cgi-bin.txt cgi-bin/.htaccess]
My Apache error.log file for emacswiki.org is full of the following:
In addition to that, 0.35% of my access.log entries (263/74905 in the current log file) seem to result in an internal server error – which is exactly what the Apache documentation says:
I checked the two big .htaccess files (one for cgi-bin, another one for htdocs) and all the RewriteRule entries have the
[last] flag. 
How can I debug this? This is a shared hosting environment. I cannot use LogLevel.
Apparently ordinary users are running into the same problem. DrewAdams is reporting that every now and then when he’s saving a page, he gets the internal server error. Saving involves a POST request with a redirecting reply – code 302. This is theoretically non-standard but widely used:
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