[sword-devel] eBible.org OSIS files regenerated again
chris at burrell.me.uk
Wed Jun 26 05:46:29 MST 2013
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On 26 Jun 2013 13:44, "David Haslam" <dfhmch at googlemail.com> wrote:
> I'm not consciously using a proxy to access Michael's ftp directory, but
> description might be a possible explanation somewhere along the connection.
> *FTP caching*
> When the proxy is configured to cache requests, it can cache FTP file
> requests as well as HTTP file requests. However, because FTP files do not
> contain the same type of header information as HTTP files, expiration dates
> for cached FTP files are calculated differently than for other cached
> When a request is made to the FTP server to retrieve a file, the proxy
> sends to the FTP server a LIST request for the file to obtain FTP directory
> information about the file. If the FTP server responds to the LIST request
> with a positive completion reply and the directory information for the
> the proxy creates an HTTP Last-Modified header with the date parsed from
> FTP directory information. The caching function of the proxy then uses this
> Last-Modified header, together with the value set in the
> CacheLastModifiedFactor directive in the configuration file, to determine
> the length of time that the FTP file remains in the cache before expiring.
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