[RC5] DES 2 (in preparation of)

Matt Perry matt at primefactor.com
Wed Jan 7 21:31:43 EST 1998


I agree.  And why would you not want to run with a smaller out-buffer?
The out-buffer continues to flush as it fills up and the in buffer fetchs
once it is empty.

Matt Perry | matt at primefactor dot com
"After ecstacy, laundry." - Zen writing

On Wed, 7 Jan 1998, Skip Huffman wrote:

> 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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