[RC5] Proxy's out of large packets?

Joseph Kaye jkaye at isd.net
Wed Dec 21 16:49:25 EST 2011


Good, I was hoping that it wasn't something stupid that I did with my 
proxy. :)



Thanks!

--Joseph


On 12/21/2011 2:18 PM, Korey Nixon wrote:
> Yes, that is what it is referring too - small packets still 
> outstanding are being recycled at present.  I'm getting them too.
>
> On 21/12/2011 3:38 PM, Joseph Kaye wrote:
>> Is that:
>>
>> *Today we also started recycling some of the old RC5-72 subspaces. 
>> This means that we'll be sending out blocks that had initially been 
>> distributed as long ago as 2002 but had never been fully completed by 
>> any client. Since these subspaces are already mostly complete 
>> (generally about 85% to 95% finished), we'll be able to move through 
>> these subspaces pretty quickly. Once we finish this pass of the 
>> uncompleted blocks, we'll resume distribution of blocks from fresh 
>> subspaces again.*
>>
>> I saw that, but didn't realize it would mean getting small packets.  
>> Is there a page that shows where we are in the stubspace?
>>
>>
>>
>> Joseph Kaye
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> On 12/21/2011 1:28 PM, Korey Nixon wrote:
>>> Normal behavour.  See Bovine's blog entry - 
>>> http://blogs.distributed.net/
>>>
>>> On Wed, Dec 21, 2011 at 12:48 PM, Joseph Kaye <jkaye at isd.net 
>>> <mailto:jkaye at isd.net>> wrote:
>>>
>>>     For the past week or two, my proxy has been requesting large packets
>>>     (iteration 256), however, all I seem to be getting are iteration 1
>>>     usually,  to maybe 60 as a high.  Has anyone else noticed this?
>>>
>>>
>>>     [2011-12-21 15:53:45] server: Queueing rc5-72 request for iter 256.
>>>     [2011-12-21 15:53:45] server: Received rc5-72 packet
>>>     CA:881A4723:00000000 iter 1
>>>     [2011-12-21 15:53:45] server: Queueing rc5-72 request for iter 256.
>>>     [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Received rc5-72 packet
>>>     CA:881A4746:00000000 iter 1
>>>     [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Queueing rc5-72 request for iter 256.
>>>     [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Received rc5-72 packet
>>>     CA:830CE16C:00000000 iter 1
>>>     [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Queueing rc5-72 request for iter 256.
>>>     [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Received rc5-72 packet
>>>     CA:830CE16F:00000000 iter 1
>>>     [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Queueing rc5-72 request for iter 256.
>>>     [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Received rc5-72 packet
>>>     CA:830CE173:00000000 iter 1
>>>     [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Queueing rc5-72 request for iter 256.
>>>     [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Received rc5-72 packet
>>>     CA:830CE175:00000000 iter 1
>>>     [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Queueing rc5-72 request for iter 256.
>>>     [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Received rc5-72 packet
>>>     CA:830CE177:00000000 iter 2
>>>     [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Queueing rc5-72 request for iter 256.
>>>     [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Received rc5-72 packet
>>>     CA:830CE17C:00000000 iter 10
>>>

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