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[Bug-wget] wget -T 0 option re-issues the request in 1 hour

From: Abhishek Saxena
Subject: [Bug-wget] wget -T 0 option re-issues the request in 1 hour
Date: Sat, 22 Nov 2008 15:28:48 -0700

I am using the wget for https request submitted to my application for a service through a shell script running on linux server. The request may take more than an hour depending on the load. "wget" waits for the reply to mark the request as complete. I am using -T 0 option to disable the timeout. But the request is re-issued by wget after one hour. This causes the problem of contention for the application.
I am using the below options:
wget -T 0 --http-user=$user --http-passwd=$pwd --no-check-certificate --retry-connrefused -o `echo $GetReportLog`_$CurrTime.log -O $OutGoingDir/out_rtn_$CurrTime.txt "https://$Baseurl/"
wget -V
GNU Wget 1.10.2 (Red Hat modified)
Is there something that I am doing wrong or is it a bug in wget? If it is a bug then is there any patch/fix available for it?

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