[RC5] Subspace Checked/Sent Graphs

Dave Avery cwax at pacbell.net
Fri May 8 16:01:00 EDT 1998


On Fri, 8 May 1998 21:34:37 +0100, David Taylor wrote:

>Ok.. I assume the reason that only 0x64 has sent data for it is because that
>is the only 'active' subspace (ie: the only subspace the server is sending
>blocks out from).  But what is the difference between white/grey/black?
>White = Unchecked (Or unsent in the sent graphs)
>Grey = ????? (It doesnt appear in the sent graphs, or in 0x64)
>Black = Checked (Or sent)
>
>Is grey the sent, but not checked blocks?  If so, wouldnt all the keyspaces
>except the active one be completely grey or black?
>
>Or, is grey an area which has some blocks checked, and some not.. but then..
>wouldnt the sent graph have some areas sent, but others not? I haven't seen
>grey in ANY of the sent graphs (ok, there has only been 2..)
>

the gray pixels are areas that are not 100% returned.

the sent plot does have a few grey pixels, but because is issues large contiguous 
blocks , most of which start on a pixel boundary, there aren't many.

dave
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