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Corpus Christi, TX
reply to The WeaseL

Re: [EM3] What might this be?

Yeah, it stores up the units if it can't send them back for some reason and will get a new unit in the next slot to start to work on... The client will continue to try and send the queued unit(s) every six hours until they go up.

There are 10 slots 0 - 9 so if you have units queued in
3 - 1 and you are working on one in 2 and it finishes and can't send any in, it will then delete the one in 3 and start a new one in there.

This is highly unlikely though as it takes quite a while to get back around the loop, and normally the units have been sent long before then.
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