1. 12 Jun, 2002 3 commits
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    • Leigh B. Stoller's avatar
      A minor ("30" minute) hack to support widearea keepalive. If a remote · 1bfee4eb
      Leigh B. Stoller authored
      node connects with UDP, update the nodes table status with 'up' and the
      current time. This is the only thing that can happen when a remote
      node connects with UDP (since there is no ssl). The idea is that a
      daemon on the remote nodes will wake up periodically and send in a UDP
      packet that says its alive. Since the idea is to be low overhead, I'm
      using a UDP packet for now, which means I can run it fairly often on
      all the clients, without it being too much of a drain. By its nature,
      if the remote node can start up tmcc and get a udp packet out, its
      probably in good shape. Maybe we will find out this does not work, but
      if so I will have lost only "30 minutes". See related changes in
      Also, add the code that kicks out remote nodes that connect with tcp
      but no ssl (it was commented out while I originally updated the ron
      nodes with the new tmcc stuff).
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