[RC5] Final block flush for a client

The Man theman at fallout.dyndns.com
Tue Jan 6 13:07:35 EST 1998


Dysart, Derek wrote:

> I have several machine I am going to have to remove the client from as
> they are being moved out of my control :(.  My question is how to get
> them to process and flush the blocks they have, but not grab any more.
> I realize it is only a few, but I'm a frugal person and hate to see
> things go to waste (plus I'd be pissed if we exhaust the keyspace only
> to find it in one of the blocks _I_ didn't return!).
> 
> I am thinking that I can just set the inbound threshold to zero, but I
> was curious if this is the best way.

Actually, you can't set either buffer to zero - try it and it becomes 1. Use
-runbuffers and then -flush.

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