Re: connection not resuming
Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2008 19:03:39 +0100
* Daniel Stenberg <daniel_at_haxx.se> [Mar 04. 2008 16:42]:
> >>> it's been waiting n seconds on a server reply?
> >> A suitable libcurl option is CURLOPT_CONNECTTIMEOUT.
> > But when reading the manual it says:
> > The number of seconds to wait whilst trying to connect. Use 0 to wait
> > indefinitely.
> > And my netstat shows my connections in ESTABLISHED. Wouldn't that render
> > the CURLOPT_CONNECTTIMEOUT wrong, since the cmd-line manual says:
> Oh, right. I didn't read your question properly it seems. You're right, that
> timeout will not be what you want. But libcurl provides no particular timeout
> for the "connected but not yet provided any data" state.
ACK. We might provide some kind of timer ourselves if needed.
> > We're contemplating a combination of --speed-time and --speed-limit,
> > but we're wondering if it only reports the speed if it recieves
> > data, or it does all the time.
> Those values don't "report" speeds at all, but I figure you mean to ask if
> they will take effect immediately or at a certain point, and the answer is
> (I think) that they start working immediately after the connection is
We would set --speed-limit to 1 kb/sec and --speed-time to a low time,
and that way have curl give up. Because if there's no data flowing, the
speed will be 0 kb/sec for some time.
Or do I misunderstand the way those works?
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