Re: Forcing 2^31 keys/block

Samuel Adams (
Mon, 16 Jun 1997 16:40:38 -0500

Samuel Adams
06/16/97 04:40 PM

I would like to be able to set it for 8 - 12 hours myself.
This way, systems can run overnight without connecting.

My internet provider says I can only have one machine on at a time, and
the first login off if a second machine logs in. even for 1 second.

>>The client tops off at 2^^30 keys on my machine, which it can do in about
>>minutes. I'd like to be able to tell it to crank
>>on 2^^32 or even 2^^33 keys per block so that it doesn't keep calling my
>>15 minutes after it hangs up (30-min timeout). Plus,
>>I think 45 minutes is just too short anyway. I checked the FAQ, but
there >>doesn't seem to be any way to force a larger blocksize, short of
running >>another task or two copies of deschall (both of which are not
>Checkout Colin's OS/2 Page and get a copy Rod's dialin.cmd.
>I'm using it now (it will autoconnect, get a new keyblock, and
>disconnect in less than a minute).

That's not what I want, and I thought I made that clear in my post.

I don't want the client to connect to the server every 45 minutes.
I want it to try ever 2-3 hours instead.

Timur Tabi,,
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