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The fact that you see the html source has nothing to do with your server-side resources directly; its the browser that for some reason is unwilling to render the actual content. This might mean that occasionally your markup is faulty enough that the browser doesn't comply; generally this happens when an exception occurs after content has already been flushed to the browser. This cuts the HTML content short. It could also be an improperly closed string text in the content, or a missing closing tag.
When it happens again, examine the actual HTML content and the server logs to see if there is something odd in there.