[PROXYPER] Personal Proxy for OS/2 build 313

Jeff Lawson jlawson at bovine.net
Tue Feb 29 11:32:53 EST 2000


On Sun, 27 Feb 2000, Teemu Mannermaa wrote:

> Build 308 did not want connect to a keyserver at all and now that I
> upgraded to build 313 the personal proxy tries to connect all the time.
> I want to know if this is a bug or have I mis-configured some
> parameter? This has the nasty effect that the log is getting quite big
> and seems produce unnecessary net traffic (both to my dial-up link and
> to distributed.net fullproxy). This seems to happen every night
> althought 23. Feb it did not happen..
> 
> And now entries from the time my dialup connection is being created:
> 
> --!--
> 2000-02-27 04:00:17,Connection detected on 'ppp0'...
> 2000-02-27 04:00:17,Status: Uplink needed... (dialup connection
> detected)
> 2000-02-27 04:00:17,Status: Creating uplink (outgoing server)
> connection.
> 2000-02-27 04:00:18,connect(145.89.128.136:2064): Message file not
> found. 
> 2000-02-27 04:00:18,Uplink: [1] Connect to 0.0.0.0 failed.
> 2000-02-27 04:00:18,Uplink: [1] connection to 0.0.0.0 changed state
> 2000-02-27 04:00:18,        from 0 (ESTNONE) to 51 (ESTDEAD)
> 2000-02-27 04:00:18,Uplink: [1] Closed connection to 0.0.0.0.
> 2000-02-27 04:00:18,Status: Uplink needed... (dialup connection
> detected)
> 2000-02-27 04:00:18,Status: Creating uplink (outgoing server)
> connection.
> 2000-02-27 04:00:18,rc564 r=29/100, d=83/10, 0.2 Mkeys/sec, tot=385
> 2000-02-27 04:00:18,Status: rc564: Last uplink sent 0 and received 0
> 2000-02-27 04:00:18,desII r=0/0, d=0/10, 0.0 Mkeys/sec, tot=0
> 2000-02-27 04:00:18,Status: desII: Last uplink sent 0 and received 0
> 2000-02-27 04:00:18,ogr r=0/0, d=0/10, 0.0 Mnodes/sec, tot=0
> 2000-02-27 04:00:18,Status: ogr: Last uplink sent 0 and received 0
> 2000-02-27 04:00:18,csc r=0/0, d=0/10, 0.0 Mkeys/sec, tot=0


Well, you have enough done blocks to trigger a connection.  "d=83/10".  If
you don't want a connection triggered when you have more than 10 done
blocks but still more than sufficient ready blocks, then consider setting
your maxkeysdone to a higher value (more than 100, for example).


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