Missing stuff when using 9.2.2 ESR for Vista x64

Missing stuff when using 9.2.2 ESR for Vista x64

Postby PJAmerica » 06.07.2017, 11:55

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Re: Missing stuff when using 9.2.2 ESR for Vista x64

Postby WSUSUpdateAdmin » 06.07.2017, 19:55

Here is the answer:

I can do nothing against broken links in Micorosoft's catalog file (wsusscn2.cab).
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Re: Missing stuff when using 9.2.2 ESR for Vista x64

Postby PJAmerica » 06.07.2017, 20:03

so there is no way to include the missing files then?
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Re: Missing stuff when using 9.2.2 ESR for Vista x64

Postby Denniss » 06.07.2017, 20:11

Error must be on your side or at your ISP, I tried several of the downloads marked as failed and I get the files.
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Re: Missing stuff when using 9.2.2 ESR for Vista x64

Postby PJAmerica » 06.07.2017, 20:44

Denniss wrote:Error must be on your side or at your ISP, I tried several of the downloads marked as failed and I get the files.


I tried several times. It's nothing to do with my isp or internet connection. I got the same results each time. I wish it were the c ase of internet or isp. Oh well.
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Re: Missing stuff when using 9.2.2 ESR for Vista x64

Postby Denniss » 06.07.2017, 21:50

I tried all downloads marked as failed in your log an I'm able to download them all.
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Re: Missing stuff when using 9.2.2 ESR for Vista x64

Postby hbuhrmester » 07.07.2017, 06:05

Content delivery networks are like a black box, and nobody knows, how download requests are redirected.

In my Linux scripts, I explicitly disabled persistent connections (HTTP keep-alive) for both Wget and Aria2, because I got exactly the same errors. I added the option --no-http-keep-alive for Wget and --enable-http-keep-alive=false for Aria2:

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# Persistent connections (HTTP keep-alive) don't work reliably with a
# content delivery network. Both download utilities may occasionally
# receive a server error 502: Bad Gateway, if persistent connections
# are allowed.
#
# The same is true for multiple connections in Aria2, if these are
# used for a fragmented download of the same file. Therefore, the
# option "--max-connection-per-server=5" is not used for now.
#
# Multiple connections for the simultaneous download of different files
# are still allowed; these don't seem to cause problems. In this case,
# Aria2 uses the default of up to five simultaneous connections.
(...)

readonly wget_common_options="--verbose --progress=dot:mega --timestamping --unlink --timeout=60 --no-http-keep-alive"
(...)

readonly aria2c_common_options="--conditional-get=true --remote-time=true --allow-overwrite=true --auto-file-renaming=false --max-tries=10 --retry-wait=10 --timeout=60 --enable-http-keep-alive=false"
(...)




To try this option, you would need to edit the file DownloadUpdates.cmd and find the line:

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set DLDR_COPT=-N


Then add the options for HTTP keep-alive and debug output:

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set DLDR_COPT=-N --debug --no-http-keep-alive



Or try Aria2 by running the script ActivateAria2Downloads.cmd once. For Aria2, you always get the newest version, while the bundled wget is rather old.


It may also help, to flush all caches for the nameserver resolution in both the operating system and all Internet routers (DSL modems). The easiest way would be turn off everything, wait some time and then try again.
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Re: Missing stuff when using 9.2.2 ESR for Vista x64

Postby PJAmerica » 07.07.2017, 06:15

Thank you. this was helpful. :D
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