[RC5] Client buffer updates on DSL

TimO hairballmt at mcn.net
Fri Mar 30 22:46:03 EST 2001


Mike Faunce wrote:
> 
> Actually the client is multi threaded and it doesn't waste any time while
> trying to connect.  When you have 0 blocks in the in buffer, your client
> still has one block in RAM that is being processed, so it isn't wasting any
> time during a fetch/flush.
> 
> Mike

Not the case; doesn't uptdate until the block in ram is finished.

> -----
> It won't fix your problem, but it will shorten the time wasted by the
> client.
> 
> Regards,
> Daniel C. Petrak

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