[RC5] DES 2 (in preparation of)

Skip Huffman SHuffman at Atl.Carreker.Com
Wed Jan 7 08:24:30 EST 1998


On Wed, 7 Jan 1998 00:53:28 -0800 (PST), Mary Conner wrote:

>The clients are indeed LIFO.  The lesson here is to not run with an
>out-buffer smaller than your in-buffer, and if you manually flush
>the client, let it exhaust the buffer occasionally.

Why?  Who cares if you have some unprocessed blocks on your system? 
They are not going to get processed any faster sitting on the main
keyserver.  Eventually they keyspace will be exhausted and the
keyserver will start reissueing the oldest blocks that have not been
turned in.

So.   Don't worry about it.

Skip Huffman, Carreker-Antinori
Atlanta Office, Quality Group    

You know that you are drinking 
too much coffee if:
!coffeetag




Skip Huffman, Carreker-Antinori
Atlanta Office, Quality Group    

You know that you are drinking 
too much coffee if:
!coffeetag


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