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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 32950] - mod_cache storing corrupted files.
Date Fri, 23 Sep 2005 10:07:52 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From frank@marien.org  2005-09-23 12:07 -------
2.0.54 on Windows ; we have a similar (probably the same) problem.
Files get truncated. Content is correct from byte 0 to EOF, but the file is
stored in the cache with the final bytes (sometimes megabytes) missing. 

On XP with no service packs, we could reproduce it 100%, every cached file was
truncated. 

On XP SP1 & 2, and 2003, it occurs intermittently, with seemingly random files.
There seems to be a network issue involved. Otherwise identically configured
servers have the problem frequently, or not at all, depending only on the
network segment they're in (and it's behaviour in terms of drops, latency, etc..
(my guess)).

I will test the same on GNU/Linux but I won't be able to switch the proxies to
Linux for months to come.



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