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Re: [leafnode-list] Corrupted articles with 1.9.20 rel
Matthias Andree wrote:
> David Houlden schrieb am Samstag, den 27. April 2002:
> > 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
> > problems.
> "Problems"? looks like either their fix broke a different part, or that
> someone with a broken client complained now that their server is
Nah, the corruption could never have made anything work better for anyone.
They must just have written bad code.
> Can these broken servers be recognized somehow (banner or something) so
> that leafnode 1.9.x can -- for now -- refuse to work?
Not until we know what a working server looks like. The banner has no
version number for example.
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