In article <hDV4b.7057$bellglobal.com>,
dotlyc <ca> wrote:
If I was going to start pruning, yeah, I'd probably take things out at
the .*\.akamai\..* level.
I have no clue whether or not the Update engine in X is capable of
resuming aborted downloads. If it is, you don't really want to delete
'em - Unless you want to start the download from scratch. If it isn't
"resume savvy", I imagine it will either figure out how to cope with the
duplicate name, or scream for operator intervention.
Leastwise, 9.1 got about 3/4 through doing an update for me this
morning, when the connection dropped out from under it. It hollered for
help, so I reconnected and told it to try again. It did, without making
another peep about anything until it finished and asked me for the OK to
restart. Once the machine came back up, everything worked, And there
were no visible 'turds' left behind. Presumably it installed a one-shot
cleanup-at-startup type script.
If X works the same, then I'd say it's probably one of those "six of
one, half a dozen of the other" things as to whether you leave 'em or
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