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Re: [leafnode-list] Server vs. Supplemental
Leafnode used to use the word supplemental for any server that was listed
besides the main server. This has been changed in Leafnode-1.9.11. Now
they are all listed as server.
No, you cannot run more than 1 instance of fetchnews. A lockfile is created
so nothing writes to the active file and corrupts it. I believe there is a
lot of working being done in regards to the speed of fetchnews in the
upcoming 2.0 version.
Jeff Grossman (jeff@xxxxxxxxxxx)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jan Knutar" <jknutar@xxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, March 12, 2000 12:49 PM
Subject: [leafnode-list] Server vs. Supplemental
> I recently downloaded and compiled leafnode and keafnode. At first I
> manually edit the config file, later on I started keafnode. The file
> that kefnode made contained lines with supplemental= instead of
> additional server names.
> Now I have one question: What's the difference between using server=
> and supplemental= ??? I've searched the mailing list, read the FAQ,
> README and man pages, but found no answer.
> BTW, can I run multiple instances of fetchnews, because high latencies
> slow down the fetching of news, I was thinking that having, say, 4
> connections to the upstream newserver would speed things up..
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