jason_haar at trimble.com
Fri Apr 15 04:57:39 UTC 2016
If you are blocking it, then it can't be uploading 2G? How are you
measuring that it uploads 2G? Did you change squid's logging to support
that (it doesn't log upload sizes - only download sizes by default). Are
you simply referring to the Content-Length header - as that would say 2G -
even if the upload is then blocked.
On Fri, Apr 15, 2016 at 4:04 PM, Michael Pelletier <
michael.pelletier at palmbeachschools.org> wrote:
> I am blocking grove.microsoft.com. Even though I am blocking it, I am
> seeing large, 2 Gig, uploads from the client to the proxy (which indeed
> blocks it). It is almost like the connection request (explicit) contains
> the 2 gig post request. Why is this happening? Has anyone seen this?
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