[rc5] Personal Proxy Keyserver (Build 135)

David Christensen dchrist at home.com
Sun Jun 1 22:01:35 EDT 1997


Are there equivalents to SIGHUP and SIGTERM in the Windows world?

David Christensen
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-----Original Message-----
From:	Jeff Lawson [SMTP:jlawson at hmc.edu]
Sent:	Sunday, June 01, 1997 11:45 AM
To:	rc5 at llamas.net; Friedemann Baitinger
Subject:	Re: [rc5] Personal Proxy Keyserver (Build 135)

At 06:13 PM 6/1/97 +0200, Friedemann Baitinger wrote:
>If I run this proxy with the values mentioned in the readme for
>'dial on demand' (maxkeysready = 100,minkeysready = 10,threshold = 90)
>and I have to shutdown the proxy for whatever reason, what will then
>happen to the 100 blocks it had buffered? Are they stored somewhere
>on disk or are they simply discarded and never returned to the master
>proxy?

They are discarded.  When a SIGINT or SIGTERM signal is sent to the proxy, 
it'll try to send out all completed notifications before it'll shutdown 
nicely.  Sending a SIGHUP will also force it to send out all notifications, 
but without exiting when that's done.

Jeff
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