Mon Jul 28 14:27:55 UTC 2003
On Mon, Jul 28, 2003, Vernon Schryver wrote: > Old clients compute checksums of some (but far from all) mail differently. > The bad effects of that are limited to increasing the size of the > consensus database. Your client will only notice counts reported by > other clients that compute checksums the same as your client. Would it make sense to run two instances of the DCC client code during (significant) checksum changes? I guess this is important so that the detection rate isn't affected by the (more) heterogeneous nature of the DCC net during early migrations. Regards, Leandro.
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