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Re: Question regarding apt-get and pipelining

Hi Jason,

right on the money !!!!!!

for the record,

/etc/apt/apt.conf doesn't exist by default

the man pages document the settings

Acquire::http::pipeline-depth 0;             NO pipeline
                              1 ... 5        pipeline depth


At 10:09 PM 5/19/2003 -0600, Jason Gunthorpe wrote:

On Mon, 19 May 2003, Mark Dittmer wrote:

> Is there a way to prevent the Debian apt-get request from doing pipelining.
> I can clearly see mupltiple get request within one packet. Is there some
> that I could cofigure on the Debian device to turn this off such as
> pipelinging zero.

I belive you drop "Acquire::http::pipeline-depth 1;" in /etc/apt/apt.conf
(or maybe 0?)

If this is to work around a broken server or http proxy be sure to
complain to whoever wrote it as well :>


Mark Dittmer
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