[rc5] Blocks

Stanislav Zeleznik stanley at sws.cz
Tue Nov 4 13:26:34 EST 1997


>> You could fetch 200 blocks, rename the buff-in file, fetch 200 more, and
>> so on.  Then write a script that swaps buff-in and buff-out files when
>> buff-in is empty.  A lot of work I suppose.
>
>It's simpler to use the following script:
>---
>rc564 -update -in buff-in.1 -out buff-out.1
>rc564 -update -in buff-in.2 -out buff-out.2
>rc564 -update -in buff-in.3 -out buff-out.3
>rc564 -update -in buff-in.4 -out buff-out.4
>rc564 -update -in buff-in.5 -out buff-out.5
>rc564 -runbuffers -in buff-in.1 -out buff-out.1
>rc564 -runbuffers -in buff-in.2 -out buff-out.2
>rc564 -runbuffers -in buff-in.3 -out buff-out.3
>rc564 -runbuffers -in buff-in.4 -out buff-out.4
>rc564 -runbuffers -in buff-in.5 -out buff-out.5
>---
>I haven't tested it, but I think it should work.. :)
>It can of course be expanded to use more than five files if 1000
>blocks aren't enough.. :)

FYI output file can held much more then 200 block, maybe its unlimited.
So in this case should be better just one output file. 
Input file is another story :(

Stanley
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