[RC5] How doess this work anyway?

Andrew Buettner buettner at ecn.purdue.edu
Wed Nov 19 08:13:28 EST 1997


There is no limit on the size of the buff-out file.  He probably just
stopped flushing.

-Andrew Buettner
buettner at ecn.purdue.edu

-----Original Message-----
From: Jeff Woods <jeff at delta.com>
To: rc5 at llamas.net <rc5 at llamas.net>
Date: Wednesday, November 19, 1997 7:57 AM
Subject: Re: [RC5] How doess this work anyway?


>He copies off buff-out.rc5 before the client can save it, and either copies
>in an empty file, or lets the program create a new one.   Seems like an
>AWFUL lot of effort to go to, to me....
>
>At 05:08 PM 11/18/97 -0800, you wrote:
>
>>I'm sorry if this comes across as stupid, but I've been thinking about
this
>>I read it eariler today at lunch.  This guy claims he has "Several
Thousand"
>>blocks that he's not returning.  How?  The most I can set my system to
>hold at
>>any one time is 200!  How does he hold several blocks like that?
>
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