[RC5] Why is the client working on OGR?

dan carter hedonist at win.co.nz
Mon Dec 9 20:31:44 EST 2002

dan carter wrote:

> Jim Reisert AD1C wrote:
>> My client keep switching from working on RC5-72 to working on OGR.
> If you want the client to fetch more RC5 packets when the RC5 buffer 
> is empty then you need this setting:
> [buffers]
> frequent-threshold-checks=4
> Otherwise the client will cycle through all open projects and only get 
> more packets when all in buffers are empty 

The advantage of this over the OGR=0 approach, is that if the client is 
unable to communicate when its RC5 in buffer empties, or if rc5 ends or 
is suspended etc it will move onto OGR


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