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Maksim Ivanov wrote:
> I'm trying to download the same file from the same server, command line
> I use:
> wget --debug -o log  -c -t 0 --load-cookies=cookie_file
> http://rapidshare.com/files/153131390/Blind-Test.rar
> Below attached 2 files: log with 1.9.1 and log with 1.10.2
> Both logs are made when Blind-Test.rar was already on my HDD.
> Sorry for some "mess" in logs, but russian language used on my console.

This is currently being tracked at https://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?24662

A similar and related bug report is at
https://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?24642 in which the logs show that
rapidshare.com issues also issues erroneous Content-Range information
when it responds with a 206 Partial Content, which exercised a different
"regression"* introduced in 1.11.x.

* It's not really a regression, since it's desirable behavior: we now
determine the size of the content from the content-range header, since
content-length is often missing or erroneous for partial content.
However, in this instance of server error, it resulted in less-desirable
behavior than the previous version of Wget. Anyway...

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