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Re: Question regarding cygwin setup.
- From: Andrey Repin <anrdaemon at yandex dot ru>
- To: Amit Choudhary <ac7009064 at gmail dot com>, cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Sun, 31 Dec 2017 20:57:58 +0300
- Subject: Re: Question regarding cygwin setup.
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Greetings, Amit Choudhary!
> I have noticed that if cygwin setup is running and it is installing
> something then if the network connection goes away, then cygwin setup just
> goes back to 0% and starts all over again after network comes back (I have
> to start it again).
> So, if cygwin setup had completed 90% of installation and then network goes
> away then it goes back to 0%. So, all the bandwidth used for 90%
> installation went to waste and also the time to go till 90% installation
> went to waste.
That's not true.
All already downloaded packages will not be downloaded again.
> Is it possible that cygwin setup gets stuck on network rather than going
> back to 0% and start again when network connection comes back (Obviously
> cygwin setup should not be aborted in between).
Everything is possible. The question is, who would implement it? Are you volunteering?
> Normally, TCP connections stay alive for 2 hours before reset, so I guess
> cygwin setup can just block on the TCP socket / connection rather than
> going back to 0%.
Normally, any sane application will terminate socket way before that.
With best regards,
Sunday, December 31, 2017 20:56:19
Sorry for my terrible english...
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