[RC5] OGR Initiation

Dean Morrell dmorrell at auntvi.com
Tue Oct 1 17:06:04 EDT 2002

Thank you.  I understand most of your explanation.  So, can you tell me, what is a node-path?  Where does it come from?

At 14:45 10/1/2002 -0600, you wrote:

>Dean Morrell wrote:
> >
> > Okay, I think I'm through the five stages of contest completion.  Now I'm ready to start with OGR.  Can someone explain what I'm looking at in the console
> > window:
> >
> > |[Oct 01 17:30:58 UTC] #1: OGR:25/1-7-21-2-16-17+3-50-19-49 [6,516,468,264]
> >
>Date should be obvious,
>#1 is the current dnetc process working on this stub - should always be
>1 on a uniprocessor machine,(multiple instances on uniprocessor would be
>OGR:25 indicates which OGR version is being worked on,
>1-7-21-2-16-17 is the assigned stub you are currently working on,
>+3-50-19-49 is the current additional node-path being worked on, and
>[6,516,468,264] is the number of nodes that have been checked.
> > How are the numbers grouped and what does each group mean?  What significance is there to the persistently changing numbers?  Is this shorthand of some 
> sort?
> >
> > Dean
> >
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