How do i find the trigger of an 'unknown' action

hi , in my logs i see that:

Completed in 1480ms (View: 267, DB: 90) | 200 OK
[http://192.168.2.9/xyz/99]
SQL (1.4ms) SET NAMES ‘utf8’
SQL (0.7ms) SET SQL_AUTO_IS_NULL=0

Processing xyzsController#images to gif (for 192.168.2.3 at 2010-10-28
15:22:35) [GET]
Parameters: {“id”=>“loading”}

ActionController::UnknownAction (No action responded to images.

then to stop the error, i created an action plus view, although it
doesnt
get rendered.

how can i find out who is triggering that action? is there a way at all?

i do have a suspicion that this is coming from one of those lightbox
olugins…

thx

same problem here… any ideas guys?

You got the wrong path for your image.

The site can proceed properly but the log file shows that it triggers
wrong
url at the same time. I tried to debug it using chrome’s developer tool.
There was a warning “Resource interpreted as image but transferred with
MIME
type text/html”. The reason behind was, when proceeding to a certain
page,
the app can’t access a certain image with the given path. Thus, it’s
sending
the wrong header information. Using a full path rather than relative
path
can solve this problem.

Ok, guys so what exactly is the problem for you?
the fact that someone is triggering wrong url at your’s site,
or the fact that your site can’t proceed it properly?

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