[PROXYPER] How can I get more then 1000 blocks?

Ivo Janssen ivo at distributed.net
Tue Aug 31 09:10:29 EDT 1999

To end this thread too:
- Proxy buffers are FIFO
- We never recycled keys so far.
  But if we are going to do it, we'll take at least 3 months old

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On Fri, 27 Aug 1999, Schroeder, Dave wrote:

> I'm hoping that the client buffers are set up as FIFO, and not the other way
> around.  I vaguely remember a discussion about that with the proxy buffers a
> while ago, and I believe that in the end they were FIFO.  So hopefully what
> they do is do the 10 blocks off the top, send them to my proxy, which sends
> them 10 new blocks that get shoved onto the bottom of the stack.  This would
> give me a max turnaround (from proxy get to proxy flush) of a few hours over
> 8 days.  As long as the recycle isn't under a week this shouldn't cause a
> problem.
> Dave
> > From:	gunther.winkelmans at belgacom.be [SMTP:gunther.winkelmans at belgacom.be]
> > 
> > The disadvantage of using your client-buffers *occasionally* is that the
> > blocks might already have been checked by someone else.
> > 
> > The last time I heard something about the recycling of blocks was that the
> > recycle time dropped to 1 month. DNET pleaze confirm!

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