[PROXYPER] Build 300 Blocks

Holger Dietze holger.dietze at advis.de
Wed Jan 6 21:24:47 EST 1999


"Mark Hill" <HillMW at august-systems.co.uk> wrote:
> blocks either. If the number of ready keys is below minkeysready 
> again, a fetch/flush will work, until minkeysready is exceeded again, 
> then it will stop. In 280, this was different - the perproxy would 
> retrieve blocks until maxkeysready was reached.  

I have the opposite behaviour here under Linux 2.0.36. The proxyper
fetches blocks until stopped. See this log snippet:

01/05/99 21:01:08,Creating outgoing server connection.
01/05/99 21:01:08,rc564 r=0/10, d=0/3, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
01/05/99 21:01:08,desII r=217/6, d=0/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
01/05/99 21:01:09,Server 134.53.15.188 changed from state 0 to 1
01/05/99 21:01:13,Server 134.53.15.188 changed from state 1 to 8
01/05/99 21:01:14,server: Establishing handshake.
01/05/99 21:01:14,Server 134.53.15.188 is no longer connected (reading).
01/05/99 21:01:14,server: Closing server connection.
01/05/99 21:01:39,rc564 r=0/10, d=0/3, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
01/05/99 21:01:39,desII r=217/6, d=0/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
01/05/99 21:01:49,Creating outgoing server connection.
01/05/99 21:01:49,Server 199.72.1.197 changed from state 0 to 1
01/05/99 21:01:50,Server 199.72.1.197 changed from state 1 to 8
01/05/99 21:01:51,server: Establishing handshake.
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Got handshake acknowledment.
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Assigned us 7c14ae2d:a0000000, iter 52
01/05/99 21:01:55,Using new randomprefix 0x7d, replacing 0x7c
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Assigned us 7c13ef6c:c0000000, iter 36
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Assigned us 7c13ef6f:40000000, iter 60
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Assigned us 7c11991b:80000000, iter 24
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Assigned us 007e3d87:80000000, iter 8
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Assigned us 7c119929:00000000, iter 40
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:01:55,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:01:56,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
[... loooong way down...]
01/05/99 21:02:40,server: Assigned us 7c146bc9:60000000, iter 28
01/05/99 21:02:40,server: Assigned us 007fb3f4:80000000, iter 56
01/05/99 21:02:40,server: Assigned us 7c14c3bc:60000000, iter 26
01/05/99 21:02:40,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:02:40,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:02:40,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:02:40,server: Assigned us 7c14c3be:00000000, iter 64
01/05/99 21:02:40,server: Assigned us 007fb400:00000000, iter 64
01/05/99 21:02:40,server: Assigned us 7c14c3c2:40000000, iter 60
01/05/99 21:02:40,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:02:40,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:02:40,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:02:41,rc564 r=15110/10, d=0/3, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
01/05/99 21:02:42,desII r=10848/6, d=0/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
                          ^^^^^^^
[I didn't request _that_ much]
01/05/99 21:02:42,server: Assigned us 7c14c3c6:00000000, iter 64
01/05/99 21:02:42,server: Assigned us 007e3e81:10000000, iter 47
01/05/99 21:02:42,server: Assigned us 7c14c428:50000000, iter 33
01/05/99 21:02:42,server: Assigned us 7c14c282:80000000, iter 64
[well. I stopped this thingy...]
01/05/99 21:02:44,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:02:44,server: Assigned us 007e3eb8:00000000, iter 64
01/05/99 21:02:44,server: Assigned us 7c14c538:90000000, iter 20
01/05/99 21:02:44,server: Assigned us 7c14c539:d0000000, iter 64
01/05/99 21:02:44,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:02:44,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:02:44,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
01/05/99 21:02:44,*Break*  Initiating shutdown.
01/05/99 21:02:45,Shuting down contests.
01/05/99 21:02:45,Proxy shutdown completed.

>From now on the proxy does behave quite normally.

Note that I do not have much processing power behind that proxy - so
the maxkeysready and minkeasredy should be low.

Here part of my current proxyper.ini (relevant parts did not change):

[KeyServer]
ipaddress=euro.v27.distributed.net; well, I used us till euro got to v300
port=2064
connectperiod=40
connectivity=normal

[rc564]
logfilekeyblock=rc5
logfilekeyblockrotation=monthly
minkeysready=4
maxkeysready=10
maxkeysdone=3
contestclosed=-1971239405
randomprefix=125

[desII]
allowdes=1
logfilekeyblock=des
logfilekeyblockrotation=monthly
minkeysready=3
maxkeysready=6
maxkeysdone=1
contestclosed=761383475

[misc]
proxymessage="rc5des Personal Proxy v300!"
pidfile=rc5desproxy.pid
;logfilecompressor=logcompressor.sh
showcumulativestats=1
scheduledupdatetime=915560100


Together withe the other reports it sounds like somebody mixed up
'<' and '>'?

Holger
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