On 04/01/99(03:53) you "=?ISO-8859-2?Q?S=F6l=E9tormos_Csaba?=" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
|i have the following (serious?) problem:
|one of my users had surfed on the internet. On the page "cs.wustl.edu"
|he started to download 3 files: 1 .gz, 1 .tgz and 1 with .zip extension.
|He see that these files are very large, so he cancelled two of them after a few
|kilobytes. I looked at his harddisk, and he really has only the .zip. BUT I looked
|at delegate's log. As I saw, delegates continued downloading all the three files.
|There are lines in the log: "recipient seems to be dead", but delegate just continued....
|And the files are stored in the cache!
|My question is: have I forget to give a parameter to force delegate to abort
|when "recipient seems to be dead", or is it a bug? And how can I avoid it in the
HTTP-DeleGate with cache tries to complete a downloading to cache
once initiated, even if the client which initiated the downloading
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