[RC5] Client buffer updates on DSL

Rolf Stals r.stals at oke.nl
Fri Mar 30 17:58:30 EST 2001

The best thing you can do is re-install the client, set your email adress
(and maybe a public proxy) and leave the rest alone. This will cause the
client to fetch 6 blocks (approx.) crunch them and flush them and the
restart the cycle again.


At 17:35 29-3-01 -0800, you wrote:
>Hi all,
>   OK, color me stupid, I guess, but I just got my PC at work connected
>to a DSL line and I can't figure out how to set the client to update 
>its buffers (Win98).
>   When I set the client options to watch all connections and make sure
>there's always work available.  When I went in this morning, I found
>that it had completed the in buffer and then worked on random blocks 
>for the rest of the night.
>    How should I set the client so that it buffers about 12 hours, and
>updates (fetch/flush) when the buffer empties?  I'd like to find out
>before this weekend, since I've just installed the client on another
>box at work (866 MHz Celeron) that's going to crank away at 2.3 million
>a second.....
>    Later,
>        Frank
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