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From Stuart Roebuck <stuart.roeb...@adolos.co.uk>
Subject Re: Bizarre SQUID Cocoon PDF caching issue - any brainwaves?
Date Thu, 14 Mar 2002 15:27:28 GMT
Peter,

I've tried that too, but thanks for suggestion it.

The only reference to PDFs in the configuration is in the mime.conf file 
which has lines like the following:

\.bin$          application/macbinary           anthony-
unknown.gif     -       image
\.exe$          application/octet-stream        anthony-
unknown.gif     -       image
\.pdf$          application/pdf                 anthony-
unknown.gif     -       image
\.ai$           application/postscript          anthony-
ps.gif          -       ascii   +download
\.eps$          application/postscript          anthony-
ps.gif          -       ascii   +download
\.ps$           application/postscript          anthony-
ps.gif          -       ascii   +download +view
\.snd$          audio/basic                     anthony-
sound.gif       -       image
\.mp2$          audio/basic                     anthony-
sound.gif       -       image
\.mp3$          audio/basic                     anthony-
sound.gif       -       image

But I know that .mp3 files download fine and that renaming the file .bin 
works fine, so I don't think that this is significant.

Stuart.

On Thursday, March 14, 2002, at 02:12 pm, Peter Royal wrote:

> On Thursday 14 March 2002 06:55 am, Stuart Roebuck wrote:
>> 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"!).
>>
>> 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.
>
> egads, you do have a brain twister there. I'm guessing there is nothing 
> in
> your squid conf if you do a 'grep pdf' or 'grep acro'?
> -pete
>
> --
> peter royal -> proyal@managingpartners.com
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