[PROXYPER] Bad build/cpu/os corrected
jlawson at bovine.net
Tue Dec 14 13:54:55 EST 1999
As I indicated, you must be running build 311+ of the personal proxy. If
you are in a chained personal proxy environment, all personal proxies must
be upgraded to 311+. Failure to do so will cause all CSC blocks to be
discarded somewhere upstream.
On Tue, 14 Dec 1999, Amador, Orlando M. [OBI] wrote:
> I noticed a decrease on the number of packets reported since upgrading some
> clients to the 8002 clients. Since upgrading to the 3.11 proxy, the number
> of packets has climbed up. I'm not sure if this was a coincidence or it is
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Riemann, Christian
> [mailto:christian.riemann at epson.de]
> Sent: Friday, December 10, 1999 5:44 AM
> To: proxyper at lists.distributed.net
> Subject: AW: [PROXYPER] Bad build/cpu/os corrected
> Hi folks!
> what's about a build 311 perproxy reporting blocks to
> another build 308
> (the build 311 proxy receives blocks from build 446 and 443
> clients/all work
> only on rc5)
> has anybody infomation on this or just tested it?
> my team suffers from extreeem block loss since abt the 18th
> of november!
> > You need to use a 311+ proxy if you plan to use v2.800x+
> clients (even if
> > you plan to only allow your clients process rc5 blocks).
> Minimally, your
> > clients are being reported back to distributed.net as
> using an unknown
> > processor/cpu.
> > On Thu, 9 Dec 1999, Amador, Orlando M. [OBI] wrote:
> > > How bad is this error message? Is there anything that
> can prevent this?
> > > The Client is build 8002 for Linux (Intel) and the proxy
> is build 308
> > also
> > > on Linux.
> > >
> > >
> > > 12/09/99 17:56:11,Bad build/cpu/os corrected.
> > > 12/09/99 17:56:11,Client: Received completed rc564
> > iter 1
> > > from 18.104.22.168
> > >
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