[RC5] dnetc commands windows

Jarod McClintock myself at jlmcclintock.com
Thu Nov 29 00:26:05 EST 2012


Thanks for your ideas

In the end I disabled networking through the client




Cheers
Jarod

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Subject: Re: [RC5] dnetc commands windows

In the config menu, under "General Client Options" (#1), select the
"Complete this many packets, then exit" option (#2) and set it to -1.

Here's the description:

 	This option specifies that you wish to have the client exit
 	after it has crunched a predefined number of packets. Use 0
 	(zero) to apply 'no limit', or -1 to have the client exit when
 	the input buffer is empty (this is the equivalent to the
 	deprecated -runbuffers command line option.)




On Wed, 28 Nov 2012, waldo kitty wrote:

> On 11/28/2012 20:25, Jarod McClintock wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> I want to complete all work in my buffers then get the client 
>> (2.9108-517) to exit. Is there a line I can add to the dnetc.ini file to
do this?
>
> use the config option and select it from there... IIRC it is in the 
> buffer management section ;)
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