[rc5] v2 client fast but crappy

Mario Gaucher mario.gaucher at writeme.com
Sat Jun 28 19:13:51 EDT 1997

On Sat, 28 Jun 1997 13:40:09 -0500 (CDT), Robert A. Hayden wrote:

>I have it set up to get 50 keys so I can start it when I go to work or
>when I go to bed.  However, it doesn't send complete keys "on the fly"
>until all 50 are finished.  This sucks if you check 45 keys while online
>and then hang up, after that 5, the client is done until you reconnect.
>Also, when the 50 keys are done, it just sits there trying to connect, it
>could at least generate some random keys so it's not wasting idle CPU
>doing nothing.
>It's very nice to be faster and to be able to save keys mid-block and
>such, but this client is not very helpful for people without static or
>short-term regular connections.

One thing you can do before closing you connection :

rc5v2 -flush
rc5v2 -fetch

this will send all tested blocks, and fill the buffer..

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