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    Good, I was hoping that it wasn't something stupid that I did with
    my proxy. :)&nbsp; <br>
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    Thanks!<br>
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    --Joseph<br>
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    On 12/21/2011 2:18 PM, Korey Nixon wrote:
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      <font size="-1"><font face="Tahoma">Yes, that is what it is
          referring too - small packets still outstanding are being
          recycled at present.&nbsp; I'm getting them too.</font></font><br>
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      On 21/12/2011 3:38 PM, Joseph Kaye wrote:
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        Is that: <br>
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        <b>Today we also started recycling some of the old RC5-72
          subspaces. This means that we&#8217;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&#8217;ll be able to move through these subspaces
          pretty quickly. Once we finish this pass of the uncompleted
          blocks, we&#8217;ll resume distribution of blocks from fresh
          subspaces again.</b><br>
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        I saw that, but didn't realize it would mean getting small
        packets.&nbsp; Is there a page that shows where we are in the
        stubspace?<br>
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        Joseph Kaye<br>
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        On 12/21/2011 1:28 PM, Korey Nixon wrote:
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cite="mid:CAGVFmsY+i6hjaijrhWzYAodYUSDd4AxsjmnpnCT37UONojBuEQ@mail.gmail.com"
          type="cite">Normal behavour.&nbsp; See Bovine's blog entry - <a
            moz-do-not-send="true" href="http://blogs.distributed.net/">http://blogs.distributed.net/</a><br>
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          <div class="gmail_quote">On Wed, Dec 21, 2011 at 12:48 PM,
            Joseph Kaye <span dir="ltr">&lt;<a moz-do-not-send="true"
                href="mailto:jkaye@isd.net">jkaye@isd.net</a>&gt;</span>
            wrote:<br>
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              0px 0.8ex;PADDING-LEFT:1ex" class="gmail_quote">For the
              past week or two, my proxy has been requesting large
              packets<br>
              (iteration 256), however, all I seem to be getting are
              iteration 1<br>
              usually, &nbsp;to maybe 60 as a high. &nbsp;Has anyone else noticed
              this?<br>
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              [2011-12-21 15:53:45] server: Queueing rc5-72 request for
              iter 256.<br>
              [2011-12-21 15:53:45] server: Received rc5-72 packet<br>
              CA:881A4723:00000000 iter 1<br>
              [2011-12-21 15:53:45] server: Queueing rc5-72 request for
              iter 256.<br>
              [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Received rc5-72 packet<br>
              CA:881A4746:00000000 iter 1<br>
              [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Queueing rc5-72 request for
              iter 256.<br>
              [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Received rc5-72 packet<br>
              CA:830CE16C:00000000 iter 1<br>
              [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Queueing rc5-72 request for
              iter 256.<br>
              [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Received rc5-72 packet<br>
              CA:830CE16F:00000000 iter 1<br>
              [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Queueing rc5-72 request for
              iter 256.<br>
              [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Received rc5-72 packet<br>
              CA:830CE173:00000000 iter 1<br>
              [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Queueing rc5-72 request for
              iter 256.<br>
              [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Received rc5-72 packet<br>
              CA:830CE175:00000000 iter 1<br>
              [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Queueing rc5-72 request for
              iter 256.<br>
              [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Received rc5-72 packet<br>
              CA:830CE177:00000000 iter 2<br>
              [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Queueing rc5-72 request for
              iter 256.<br>
              [2011-12-21 15:53:46] server: Received rc5-72 packet<br>
              CA:830CE17C:00000000 iter 10<br>
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