Re: stopping transfer when user quits

From: Stephen R. van den Berg <>
Date: Tue, 9 Sep 1997 18:04:19 +0200

Martin Boening wrote:
>E.g., we have "quick_abort 50 90 200", which is supposed to mean that an
>aborted ftp-transfer is finished by the proxy, if less than 50 KByte are
>yet to be retrieved or the transfer is 90% complete. If more than 200 KByte
>remain to be retrieved, the transfer is aborted, unless the 90% criterium
>is true. Thats what the documentation says, anyhow.

It's such that:
1. Less than 50KB left to download will *always* cause the
   transfer to finish.
2. More than 200KB left to download will *always* cause the transfer to
3. If neither 1, nor 2 catches, we finish the transfer if we have at
   least 90% of the file already.

At least, that's what I intended it to be. If squid or the docs
do or say otherwise, they need to be fixed.

           Stephen R. van den Berg (AKA BuGless).
Real programmers don't produce results, they return exit codes.
Received on Tue Sep 09 1997 - 09:10:24 MDT

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