[RC5] Duplicated blocks?

Fabio Coatti cova at felix.unife.it
Thu Jan 15 15:40:30 EST 1998


Linux perproxy 274b ; linux mt client 383
Proxy log: (cat /rc5proxy/rc5pcon19980115.log | grep 00012689 | grep
assigned| cut -d ] -f 2 )
 192.167.215.49: Client assigned 00012689:00000000, iter 4 
 192.167.215.49: Client assigned 00012689:40000000, iter 4 
 192.167.215.49: Client assigned 00012689:80000000, iter 4 
 192.167.208.125: Client assigned 00012689:c0000000, iter 4 
 192.167.208.125: Client assigned 00012689:80000000, iter 4 
 192.167.208.125: Client assigned 00012689:c0000000, iter 4 

And the 192.167.208.125 client log: (cat des.log | grep 00012689)
[01/15/98 07:31:18 GMT] DES 2^30 Block: 00012689:C0000000 ready to process
[01/15/98 07:31:18 GMT] DES 2^30 Block: 00012689:80000000 ready to process
[01/15/98 08:26:04 GMT] Completed block 00012689:C0000000 (-2147483648 
keys)
[01/15/98 08:26:04 GMT] DES 2^30 Block: 00012689:C0000000 ready to process
[01/15/98 09:20:51 GMT] Completed block 00012689:80000000 (-2147483648 
keys)
[01/15/98 10:15:49 GMT] Completed block 00012689:C0000000 (-2147483648 
keys)

Duplicated blocks??



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