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Re: [leafnode-list] Corrupted articles with 1.9.20 rel
David Houlden wrote:
> David Houlden wrote:
> > On Tuesday 02 April 2002 1:24 pm, you wrote:
> > > David Houlden wrote:
> > > > I have installed 1.9.20 on my Linux box and am using it with knode
> > > > and tin. When I read an article I get headers displayed in the
> > > > article and messages such as -
> > > > article retrieved - head follows
> > > > article retrieved - body follows
> > > >[snip]
> > >
> > > I have seen this - you are using NTL's new caching news server from
> > > Inktomi. It is very broken. The articles will return correctly when you
> > > do "article 12345", *but* if you use "head 12345" and "body 12345"
> > > separately, as leafnode does, NTL's cache returns corrupt data as
> > > you've seen. Try it by hand and see!
> > You are right. A telnet session shows it to be very broken. I will report
> > it and see what happens. Meanwhile, as you say it's back to one of the
> > other servers :-((
> > Dave.
> I did report this to NTL and the very hepful support guy who contacted me
> said he would raise it with Inktomi. Today he emailed me to say it has been
> fixed and I can confirm it now works with leafnode.
Oh well! It worked for about a day. If anyone is trying to use leafnode with
NTLs caching news server you've probably spotted it's broken again. NTL have
just informed me that the new code had to be backed out becuse it was causing
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