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Bookmarks Export Error! - 25 views

resolved export bug connection ISP China proxy workaround

started by Kepler L on 30 Aug 09
  • Kepler L
     
    When I choose Bookmarks Export with "RSS Format" and get the "Bookmark Export Done" Notification, I return to export page. It shows:
    "Job ID Export Format Status Progress Version Download
    # 101xx RSS Process Successfully %100 2009_08_30 zip 195kb"
    However when I click on the file link, only the first 35.23 kb of the zip file can be downloaded, after that, it shows
    "The connection was reset"

    Can you help me with it?

    Thank you!
  • Kepler L
     
    The problem occurs for both firefox and IE!
  • Kepler L
     
    Thank you for your reminding.

    The problem is caused by ISP. When I use proxy for downloading, the problem has gone.

    Hate China's Great Firewall. It resets too much TCP connections no matter its content is about politics or not.
  • Fuzbolero .
     
    I am not sure if this is not a problem partly also at Diigo.

    Check this:

    From my page when I am viewing my exports at http://www.diigo.com/tools/export

    # 7326 RSS Process Successfully %100 2009_03_06 zip 857kb
    # 10083 RSS Process Successfully %100 2009_08_28 zip 88kb
    # 10130 RSS Process Successfully %100 2009_08_31 zip 126kb

    How come my bookmark export was 10 (!) times larger 5 months ago?
    And - that an export I did 3 days ago differs with about 30% size form one I made yesterday???

    There is clearly something wrong.

    This is bad. Can kill the impression of reliability quite quickly.
  • Graham Perrin
     
    Kepler L wrote:

    > "The connection was reset"

    > The problem is caused by ISP.

    Fuzbolero . wrote:

    > my bookmark export was 10 (!) times larger 5 months ago

    > an export I did 3 days ago differs with about 30% size form one I made yesterday

    Fuzbolero, what you describe is not related to connections or Internet service providers. Please post details to a separate topic.
  • Graham Perrin
     
    Kepler L wrote:

    > The problem is caused by ISP. When I use proxy for downloading, the problem has gone.

    Thank you for the positive feedback and workaround.

    (Problems relating to ISPs are rare, sometimes overlooked.)

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