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Re: sspi network traffic overuse

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-07 12:51:46 CET

On 2/7/06, Susser, Michael RD-AS5 EXT <Michael.Susser.ext@heidelberg.com> wrote:

> the patch worked for me. I would like to make the 1.0.4 binaries
> (compiled with VC6) available to the community for further testing. But
> i do not know where to upload. Would it be ok to post it in the mailing
> list (only 24k)?

No problem posting it here. But if you make a 'release' of that as
version 1.0.4, then what if the guy hosting and maintaining those now
releases his version 1.0.4? That can only lead to a complete chaos.

> @Stefan: did you evaluate the patch in the meantime? What are your
> experiences?

Yes, I installed it and played around with it a little. It seems to
work ok - no bugs found, and the issues with SSPI are solved.

But I don't like to host it on our server: there's already a place on
the web where the sspi module is hosted, and *they* should host the
new build too.

Stefan

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