[RC5] RC5: general client question

Ryan Malayter rmalayter at bai.org
Tue Jan 15 17:47:10 EST 2002


The buffers are now basically first-in,first-out, so you should be okay. But
why is your buffer so big? Do you remain disconnected for long periods of
time?

:::Ryan Malayter
:::Network Engineer
:::Bank Administration Institute
:::Chicago, Illinois, USA


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I have my buffer on 1000, I never work my buffer empty. I always fetch/flush

before it reaches 1000. Will there be blocks that get outdated this way?

moon

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