[RC5-PROXYPER] Duplicated Blocks
motion at es.co.nz
Tue Feb 10 22:44:24 EST 1998
hmm, so the key assignment can be gather from the console log?
I'll have a look at that when i get to work, i've only been looking at the completed keys log so far.
Also it is never one client submitting the same block twice (or thrice...), but two different machines (ip addresses) submitting
the same blocks, usually in groups, ie one client will send in a bunch blocks, a few hours latter another client will send in a
bunch, and a number (maybe all) of them will be duplicated, hence leading me to conclude that the proxy has handed out one
bunch of blocks to a client and then handed it out again to the second client.
Today (9/Feb/98 GMT day) there were no duplicated blocks :) (without me having changed anything)
On Mon, 09 Feb 1998 23:53:51 -0800, Bryan Talbot wrote:
>Probably doesn't help you any but I haven't been seeing any dup blocks
>to speak of. I just scaned my logs and out of thousands of lines of log
>files, only came up with 3 keys repeated one time each.
>Looking at my logs a little closer, it looks like the repeated blocks
>are not assigned twice, but they are submitted by the client twice or by
>two different clients once each. I'm running several unix machines and
>sharing buff-in/out files among them. Sometimes two machines end up
>fetching and flushing blocks at the same time. Usually there is no
>problem, but I do have two cases were the block is logged as being
>assigned just once, yet gets submitted as checked twice.
>I also have no idea why, but in my case it is very infrequent.
>dan carter wrote:
>> Well im still seeing dupe blocks.
>> (GMT days)
>> 5/2 =12
>> 6/2 = 2
>> 7/2 = 139
>> 8/2 = 52
>> Does ANYBODY have ideas as to how i can stop this??
>> I'll drop back to the 276 proxy today and see if that solves it
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