[RC5] Client buffer updates on DSL

Basil A. Daoust basildaoust at home.com
Fri Mar 30 22:52:24 EST 2001


Sure just set the time interval to every hour and it will top up the buffers if
it can connect to a server.

Basil

"Rodney R. Korte" wrote:
> 
> On Fri, 30 Mar 2001 23:21:25 +0200, G & E Holt wrote:
> 
> >First of all, dump the 8010 version...  go get the prerelease 8014 version.
> >I never had anything BUT problems with the 8010 version not seeing
> >interfaces, and it was never fixed.  If you do not want the 8014 version,
> >then get the 8009 version which works correctly.  I am glad to see I am not
> >the ONLY person with this problem, as many of my friends complained about
> >the same thing...
> 
> Yeehaa!  That's it!  8009 works exactly the way it ought to according the
> settings I've posted.  Now, if only it could be set to fetch more blocks
> when a low block threshold other than "zero" was met (like the proxies are
> able to do).
> 
> Rodney
> 
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