[RC5] Re: OS/2 client processes most blocks twice?

Oscar Chang oscarc at divideby0.com
Thu Jan 22 22:54:19 EST 1998

On Thu, 22 Jan 1998 22:05:51 -0500, rc5-digest wrote:

>Date: Mon, 19 Jan 1998 18:40:02 +0200
>From: as at cs.tut.fi (Anssi Saari)
>Subject: [RC5] OS/2 client processes most blocks twice?
>I seem to have a problem. A lot of blocks seem to be checked twice. For
>example, today (egrep "01/19/98.*Completed block" des.log):

[SNIP log]

>17 blocks, but only 13 of them are unique. I just checked my logs and
>this has been going on right from the start, with all released OS/2
>clients (2.7001.380, 2.7001.383, 2.7001.385-cli, 2.7001.385-gui). I've
>checked 150 blocks, but only 114 of those are unique. 
>I downloaded some new blocks to see if that fixes the problem.

  If your pointing to the Warped PProxy, this may have been from an old
proxy. Some of the older proxies passed out dup keys. If you were pointed
to the default d.net proxies then it's something to do with the client.

oscarc at divideby0.com
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