|Date:||Wed, 26 Nov 2008 16:17:16 +0100|
We’re using lynx in a job that’s scheduled every night. In the job lynx makes a call to a certain web-url.
The problem we have is that linx give the following message:
HTTP request sent; waiting for response.
Alert!: Socket read failed for 180,000 tries.
The call to the url starts some processing which takes more than 5 hours.
In the config file I saw a property connect_timeout=18000.
When I understand well, when 18000 seconds pass without linx receiving any response form the request it lanched it will generate the above error.
So what we did is double the connect_timeout to 36000 seconds. But this doesn’t work.
Are my assumptions concering the connect_timeout property wrong ?
Is there a way to change this behavior ?
Dries De Moor
ELECTRABEL NV/SA, 8 Regentlaan - Boulevard du Régent
1000 Brussel - Bruxelles, 0403170701, RPR/RPM Brussel/Bruxelles
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