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Re: [Bug-wget] Re: Fwd: wget file-size parsing bug when doing FTP mirro
Re: [Bug-wget] Re: Fwd: wget file-size parsing bug when doing FTP mirroring?
Wed, 1 Apr 2009 16:49:10 +0200
Yes, I can reproduce it. The behaviour I get is the following:
* On files < 10,000,000 bytes, the timestamp is used correctly, and I
indeed get the message Remote file no newer than local file
`router/pub/TEMP/testdir/Sent_Items.dbx' -- not retrieving., as you
* On files >= 10,000,000 bytes, I get the problem I mentioned; wget
seems to think that the size is different.
On Wed, Apr 1, 2009 at 15:12, Petr Pisar <address@hidden> wrote:
> On 2009-04-01, Niek Bergboer <address@hidden> wrote:
>> -rw-rw-r-- 1 guest everyone 91892436 Sep 13 2003 Sent Items.dbx
>> Mostly as expected. However, wget then tells me:
>> The sizes do not match (local 91892436) -- retrieving.
>> ... and gets the entire ~90MB file again, despite the fact that the
>> sizes are in fact equal. This seems to occur for all files >=
>> 10,000,000 bytes.
> Can you reproduce it?
> I tried to reproduce it, but without any success. I mirrored
> subdirectory with file (having same size, date and name as yours) from
> vsftpd FTP server running on Linux using wget-1.11.4 to Linux client. On
> second mirror I got message:
> Remote file no newer than local file `router/pub/TEMP/testdir/Sent
> Items.dbx' -- not retrieving.
> So for some reason your wget does not check timestamp.
> -- Petr
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