[PROXYPER] Retiring a personal proxy?

jesse armstrong thebusis9 at yahoo.com
Mon Jun 9 15:08:01 EDT 2008


who are you and why do i need to know this

steven_nikkel at ertyu.org wrote:  Set the old one to acquire zero blocks, the new one to acquire a lot,
point new at old until its empty. Shut off old once its flushed everything.

> I changed the computer that I'm running the per proxy on, but the "old"
> proxy was off for a few weeks, so I just started the new one up. Is there
> a
> way to import the proxy buffers from the old one? Or is there a way, on
> the
> old one, to have it give those blocks back?
>
> Adam
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