Win95 service (was: Re: [RC5] DES-II-3 [LONG] [Repost])
filthymonkey at juno.com
Tue Sep 1 22:32:13 EDT 1998
--one thing I noticed: Before I knew about the GUIcontroller program, I
was running the client in hidden mode without knowing. I put a shortcut
for the client in Startup(Win95) as well, so 2 blocks disappeared every
time I started up. Each copy of the client that ran seemed to grab blocks
On Tue, 1 Sep 1998 17:48:39 +1200 Lyndon Drake <lyndon at kcbbs.gen.nz>
>> Is there a current way to track who is losing blocks? Not to point
>> but to fix holes - I have been running for about 90 days and I
>> have lost about 900 blocks all in one failed personal proxy
>> (let me make it clear, it was MY fault), anyway, I know everyone
>> blocks but is there a mechanism to track out/in. It could expose
>> us to fix!
>> Is there a way to track out going blocks to users is what I'm asking
>> course this doubles the stats machine work load, the proxies also.
>> it be worth it to see if blocks are being lost - which means time is
>> wasted redoing blocks.
>Just as an aside, I am running the Windows 95 service version of the
>Looking at the logs, it would appear that the client doesn't save the
>in progress when it quits. Every time the machine is rebooted, two
>into the bit bucket. This seems to be a bit of a waste.
>Can anyone suggest a solution?
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