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k.c. chao wrote:
> Micah Cowan wrote:
> > Have you reproduced this, or is this in theory? If the latter, what has
> > led you to this conclusion? I don't see anything in the code that would
> > cause this behavior.
> I reproduce this. But I can't make sure the really problem is in
> "resolve_bind_address." In the attached message, both
> api.yougotphogo.com and farm1.static.flickr.com get the same
> ip(220.127.116.11). The two wget are called from two threads of a
Yeah, I get 18.104.22.168 for the flickr.com address, currently.
The thing is, though, those two threads should be running wgets under
separate processes (I'm not sure how they couldn't be, but if they
somehow weren't that would be using Wget other than how it was designed
to be used).
This problem sounds much more like an issue with the OS's API than an
issue with Wget, to me. But we'd still want to work around it if it were
What operating system are you running? Vista?
Micah J. Cowan
Programmer, musician, typesetting enthusiast, gamer,
and GNU Wget Project Maintainer.
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