[PROXYPER] When does it flush?

Meij Ewout MSM AD CH ewout.meij at cibasc.com
Fri Feb 19 08:48:36 EST 1999


That is correct. I have now seen in my consolelog file.

So, question: could this be removed or optionaly disabled (ini file
setting)?

Cheers

> ----------
> From: 	Steve Rodway
> Sent: 	Donnerstag, 18. Februar 1999 19:03
> To: 	proxyper at lists.distributed.net
> Subject: 	Re: [PROXYPER] When does it flush?
> 
> Meij Ewout MSM AD CH wrote:
> 
> > In my humble memory cels, I seem to find that flushing blocks from a
> PP
> > would be done if the maxkeysdone limit was reached.
> >
> > For some obsecure reason I have a couple of days ago set this to
> 999999.
> > This morning I checked and saw that only +500 blocks are there...
> I've
> > do more than 500 blocks & less than 1 mil, that is for sure. So it
> seems
> > that the PP flushs at other triggers as well.
> >
> > Does any one know what triggers the flushing? I suspect Fetching or,
> a
> > log rotation (set to daily currently) but I am not sure.
> Unfortunatly I
> > had the logfileconsole option set to nothing, so I can not look back
> > (changed now).
> 
>     I believe that an update (flush and fetch) will also be triggered
> when the
> input buffer falls below the minkeysready value.
> 
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