[PROXYPER] 301 PerProxy (buffer updates)

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Sat Jan 9 00:12:39 EST 1999


On Thu, 7 Jan 1999 01:22:44 +0100, Sajd <noside at home.se> wrote:
>Hi i'm running the 301 perproxy under win32
>
>I can't flush and fetch blocks, somtimes it fetches 22 or 16 but newer 128 as i told it in the .ini file.
>But the per proxy does newer do a flush...here is a dump from the console...
>
>[01/07/99 00:04:16 UTC] rc564 r=22/128, d=0/256, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
>[01/07/99 00:04:16 UTC] desII r=16/128, d=24/256, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
>[01/07/99 00:04:41 UTC] Creating outgoing server connection.
>[01/07/99 00:04:42 UTC] Server 209.98.32.14 changed from state 0 to 1
>[01/07/99 00:04:43 UTC] Server 209.98.32.14 changed from state 1 to 8
>[01/07/99 00:04:44 UTC] server: Establishing handshake.
>[01/07/99 00:04:45 UTC] server: Got handshake acknowledment.
>[01/07/99 00:04:47 UTC] rc564 r=22/128, d=0/256, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
>[01/07/99 00:04:47 UTC] desII r=16/128, d=24/256, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
>[01/07/99 00:05:14 UTC] Server 209.98.32.14 is no longer connected (reading).
>[01/07/99 00:05:20 UTC] server: Closing server connection.
>[01/07/99 00:05:20 UTC] rc564 r=22/128, d=0/256, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
>[01/07/99 00:05:20 UTC] desII r=16/128, d=24/256, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
>
>Shuldn't it flush and fetch blocks somewhere in the above output ??

Yes it should.  In my experience this problem starts at midnight
when the proxy seems to loose it stock of available blocks.  The
output shows 16 des blocks, but the proxy isn't, for some reason,
able to access them.

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