[RC5] OGR stub sizes

Martin Harvey martin at pergolesi.demon.co.uk
Tue Feb 22 22:44:38 EST 2000

Ben Ketteridge wrote:
> It may be too late to sort this out for OGR-24 - but since we're already at
> least
> 13% through that, after about a week, then it shouldn't be too much of an
> issue.
> However, I do think that this should be sorted out before we begin working on
> OGR-25! Given that the clients make work-duration/block size requests already,
> this should only affect the keymaster? (correct me if I'm wrong)

I have a nasty suspicion that not knowing how hard a stub is is
intmately tied up with not knowing the solution. I suspect that in order
to work out exactly how large a stub is, you have to do the same amount
of work as you do to find the smallest ruler in it.


Martin Harvey. martin at pergolesi.demon.co.uk

Although aircraft structural integrity may be compromised by
a g load in excess of 3.8gs, aircraft structural integrity is
more severely compromised by terrain impact.

To unsubscribe, send 'unsubscribe rc5' to majordomo at lists.distributed.net
rc5-digest subscribers replace rc5 with rc5-digest

More information about the rc5 mailing list