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i use this code to download :

wget -m -k -H http://www.digu.com

but if some file cant be download , it will retry Again and again ,

so how to skip this file and download other files ,

thanks

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Doesn't the rsync client tool also work in this space? – Paul Mar 14 '11 at 7:59
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You could try the --tries option to wget. With it you can limit the number of retries for a file. See the wget documentation.

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