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From Stuart Roebuck <>
Subject Re: Bizarre SQUID Cocoon PDF caching issue - any brainwaves?
Date Thu, 14 Mar 2002 11:55:43 GMT

On Thursday, March 14, 2002, at 02:23 am, Peter Royal wrote:

> On Wednesday 13 March 2002 08:17 pm, Stuart Roebuck wrote:
>>       +-------------------------------------------------------------+
>>       +-------------------------------------------------------------+
> tips from stefano well applied!

Thanks - well spotted!

>> I've got Cocoon behind Squid - as a proxy / 'acceleration' server.
> is 
> your
> problem?
> if so maybe
> if not, what is the content-type, is that changing when you change
> extensions? what happens to a .txt with an application/pdf ?

I've gone through these emails - thank you.  Some of them could be my 
problem, some of them seem to be specific to PDFs downloaded and 
displayed using the PDF viewer plugin.

One of the many odd things is that, when I changed the file extension I 
retained the "application/pdf" mime type, so if you download in a recent 
browser it happily realises that the ".txt" file is really a PDF and 
opens it with no problem (*but not* when it ends in ".pdf"!).

I've tried change the "range_offset_limit" value, but this hasn't 
helped - I think it is specific to the "plug-in" issue.

Anyway, thanks for spending time searching out those links for me.  I 
will keep bashing my head with various blunt objects and see if anything 
comes out.


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Stuart Roebuck                        
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