Possible bug in using 'recv-key' facility via a HTTP proxy
sjmurdoch at bigfoot.com
Tue Apr 24 23:03:01 CEST 2001
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At 13:48 23/04/01 +0200, Werner Koch wrote:
>On Mon, 23 Apr 2001, Matthias Urlichs wrote:
>> > is or add an option to not do the shutdown?
>> The latter.
>Done, well not a option but a kludge:
Thanks for all the replies everyone, it was very interesting and has
greatly increased my knowledge of TCP.
I'm a little busy at the moment with a report to be handed in at
University so I will not be able to test the new version till the
weekend. That is assuming I can get cvs working over my (what now
seems to be buggy) proxy server :-)
Has anyone been able to confirm and/or explain the behaviour I noticed
with the iobuffer seeming to not be flushed when shutdown was ommited?
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