John Caruso wrote:

Think of it as a if-modified-since or if-none-match conditional GET.

Actually that's not analogous, <...>

I didn't mean to say it was exactly the same, just similar in that given a particular system that makes particular assumptions it is possible to construct a situation where the results are unexpected or incorrect in a particular way.

I think by now everyone reading this understands the problem. What's not clear is what you are expecting to happen now.

Documentation has been updated to reflect awareness of this problem and caution against using ns_returnfile in this situation and suggesting alternate solutions in the client code.

Some code fixes have been proposed, which for various reasons are undesirable or simply won't fix the problem.

A default configuration change was suggested which seems generally viewed as undesirable.

What more are you looking for?


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