Re: [Bug-wget] strange behaviour

2018-05-20 Thread Petr Pisar
On Thu, May 10, 2018 at 10:27:35AM +, VINEETHSIVARAMAN wrote: > My server is behind a firewall and a proxy, but when i give 2 "wget" in > command gives me a DNS resolution but not with the single wget ! > [...] > [~]$ nslookup google.com > > Non-authoritative answer: > Name: google.com

Re: [Bug-wget] strange behaviour

2018-05-11 Thread Darshit Shah
This is very strange behavior. It seems like the name resolution works only from the second time onwards. I've never seen anything like that before. In any case, I see that you're using a very old version of Wget. The current version is 1.19.5. Could you please update your version of Wget and try

Re: [Bug-wget] strange behaviour

2018-05-10 Thread VINEETHSIVARAMAN
*[~]$ wget hello google.com --no-proxy -d* DEBUG output created by Wget 1.14 on linux-gnu. URI encoding = ‘UTF-8’ Converted file name 'index.html' (UTF-8) -> 'index.html' (UTF-8) Converted file name 'index.html' (UTF-8) -> 'index.html' (UTF-8) --2018-05-10 06:28:04--

[Bug-wget] strange behaviour

2018-05-10 Thread VINEETHSIVARAMAN
Hello Team , My server is behind a firewall and a proxy, but when i give 2 "wget" in command gives me a DNS resolution but not with the single wget ! *