[Lispweb] serving very large files from allegroserve
ndl at ravenbrook.com
Thu May 3 09:33:51 CDT 2007
Some considerable time later... I went looking in the appropriate
locator-exact structure's info slot: a hash-table which as I
understand it contains a file-entity for each file implicity published
when serving something under a publish-directory.
The file I'd been trying to download had timeout slot nil, another
file in the same directory had timeout slot 8640000.
So all I have to do is remhash the offending entry and hopefully when
I go home this evening I can listen to the remains of this audio file.
So, what I really want to know, now that I've wasted over two hours
digging into this (and everyone on this list has had to listen to me
doing it), is: where did I go wrong? All I ever did was publish a
directory (with no :timeout arguments) and I got my fingers stepped
on. What's the route whereby the server can create a file-entity
without its inherited timeout?
That's all from me.
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