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Subject: Odd behaviour with invalid dates
Author: Steve
Date: 10/11/2001 08:31

we recently grabbed a website hosted on a Apple box 
(we think), and had some strange happenings with 

Details: using httrack v3.06 on a linux box, storing 
the files accross an nfs mount hosted on a solaris box.

httrack HTTP info for one file:
response for
(Buffer) Status-Code=200
(buffer)>MIME-Version: 1.0
(buffer)>Server: WebSTAR/3.0 ID/60538
(buffer)>Message-ID: <b774bd1a.406257@>
(buffer)>Last-Modified: Mon, 03 Apr 1961 21:56:43 GMT
(buffer)>Content-type: image/gif
(buffer)>Content-Length: 4165
(buffer)>Via: 1.1 (NetCache 
(buffer)>Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2001 06:16:23 GMT

Notice the last-modified date of 1961? Well, httrack 
saved this file, and timestamped the saved file to 
this. When it came time for our ackup systems to run 
on solaris, it had problems (due to 1961 < epoch). The 
thing is, I've never seen httrack take the HTTP header 
date and use this as the file's timestamp...

Any ideas / comments?

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Odd behaviour with invalid dates

10/11/2001 08:31
Re: Odd behaviour with invalid dates

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