What is typically done in the Daf Yomi Shi'ur when a Masechta ends with a half-Daf (ie., an 'Amud, or single-sided page, vs. a full Daf, which is the double-sided page that is studied daily)? Is whatever is done in this instance also what is typically done when a Masechta ends with a half-'Amud? Usually a Shi'ur meets daily (or nightly) to learn together, and usually the Shi'ur has a predictable length, such as an hour, etc.
I'm looking for all of the following information:
Because of the shortened "assignment" in the daily learning, is the next half-Daf learned in the same day's Shi'ur? Is the next full Daf learned? Or does the day's Daf only include that half-Daf (just a shorter Shi'ur)?
Is a Siyum typically made immediately upon completion of that (half-)Daf? If, instead of a shortened learning session, the Shi'ur goes forward and begins the next Daf, does the Siyum cause a break in the Shi'ur for several minutes, or does a Siyum commence later (eg., at the end of the Shi'ur)?