1. Yes, I think the name could be improved. However that name doesn't
really express what it does. What about RecordSentCallback?
2. As Neha said the nodes are initialized to a random position. Round robin
is preferable to random (lower variance, cheaper to compute, etc). Your
point about skipping non-available nodes is a good one, I will add that.
3. I think just implementing the connection timeout we previously described
(where after some period of disuse we close a connection) is good enough.
This would mean that connections don't last longer than that timeout.


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