[ppsp] ***SPAM*** 5.939 (5) review of base tracker protocol -07

"Mi Zhang" <13120174@bjtu.edu.cn> Thu, 25 December 2014 01:06 UTC

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Hi,

 

I have reviewed the PPSP-TP 07, it is very clear and neat. In general, I have no comments about the procedures, but there are some trivial problems:

 

1)        Section 2.3.2

 c) “transitions to TERMINATE state for that Peer ID and and the SM is destroyed.”

 

Duplicated “and”.

 

2)        Section 6.12

Paragraph 5, “To provide more choices for the requesting peer, the tracker may select a new peer list with lower priority from the list of peers and return it to the requesting peer later.”

 

I am not sure “later” refers to what time or condition specifically.

 

3)        Section 6.3

Paragraph 3, “The tracker SHOULD be prepared to receive a Request with a repeated TransactionID.”

 

What kind of preparations SHOULD the tracker make?

 

4)        Section 7.1.2

Last sentence, “this specification does not details a migration path.”

 

“details” or “detail” ?

 

5)        Section 8

Paragraph 2, “No security system can guarantees complete security….”

 

“guarantees” or “guarantee”?

 

 

BR

Mi Zhang