brian at tangent.org
Wed Feb 13 20:59:15 UTC 2008
On Feb 14, 2008, at 12:06 AM, Dustin Sallings wrote:
>> I am up for doing that! That is how I would prefer it be done. We
>> should add a command (maybe stat?) that can tell us what the binary
>> port is.
> I'd actually like something like ``capabilities.'' There are are
> all of these functionality patches flying around. It'd be good to
> be able to ask which ones are there.
I'd be up for something like that. Another verb?
>> Well, the one thing I have been pinged about is that this will
>> allow someone to push more data if they have been maxing out a
>> single card's interface. Mainly though, it just makes the interface
> That's interesting. I guess I'd expect IN_ADDR_ANY to be just as
> good here. I obviously don't know what I'm talking about. :)
You can do something like have four cards and bind just three for
BTW still disliking the lack of key in the binary protocol (playing
with it on flight). I suspect I am going to have to pack it with the
value to make it work for me. The state issues of tracking key plus +
identifiers are just too much overhead. I found myself very cranky on
the flight about this. Of course it may had to do more with the guy
who sat next to me who really stank... but hey, gotta take out the
travel aggravation somewhere :)
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