Re: Large HTTP downloads

From: Dancer <>
Date: Mon, 12 Jan 1998 13:11:00 +1000

A prime suspect would be (for me, off the top of my pointy little head) memory
getting short.


Martin Brown wrote:

> I have just got our squiddly-diddly up and running and have a problem
> that I can't see how to fix. Everything's fine except for large file
> downloads (>1M or so) using http. They gradually get slower, then time
> out after between 500k and 2M. Going around the caching, proxy squid
> server and straight to the firewall, the files come in fine so it's
> definitely something to do with the squid proxy.
> Any ideas?
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