Re: [freenet-support] Configuration file diresctives

2003-11-03 Thread freenet-dev
I was under the impression that, when Freenet generates its own .conf
file, all directives are present.  Most are set at default values, and the
majority of those are even commented out with a % symbol at the start of
the line.  But afaik, there's nothing understood by freenet that isn't
already in the .conf

 Is there a current and complete list of freenet.[rc|ini|conf] file
 directives somewhere? If so could someone point me toward it?

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Re: [freenet-support] Configuration file diresctives

2003-11-03 Thread Roger Hayter
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], 
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I was under the impression that, when Freenet generates its own .conf
file, all directives are present.  Most are set at default values, and the
majority of those are even commented out with a % symbol at the start of
the line.  But afaik, there's nothing understood by freenet that isn't
already in the .conf
Is there a current and complete list of freenet.[rc|ini|conf] file
directives somewhere? If so could someone point me toward it?

Starting with Web Interface switch to Advanced Mode using the link 
in the top right.  Then the last item in the menu on the left is 
Command Line Info.  This gives a complete list of command line 
switches and configuration file settings (at least I assume it is a 
complete list - no-one has ever said so).
--
Roger Hayter
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[freenet-support] why don't have freenet a connection?

2003-11-03 Thread Martin
Hello!

I have router - firewall - PC

Normally the port should be open.

To be sure, I tried Kazaa. Kazaa will work.

I closed kazaa and tried freenet with the same port: listenPort=1214

But at freenet work only the update function.

When I start freenet, freenet is not able to connect to the Internet.

Possible that I made anythin wrong at the freenet.conf ?

My internal IP is 192.168.0.2 my external IP is  212.183.81.121

Can anybody take a look to my freenet.conf file?

I apologize my for my stubied question.

Thank you for any help

Best regards

Martin


[Freenet node]
# Freenet configuration file
# Note that all properties may be overridden from the command line,
# so for example, java freenet.node.Main --listenPort 1 will cause
# the setting in this file to be ignored






# * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
# *

# * --=== READ THIS!!!  READ THIS!!!READ THIS!!! =---

# * 

# * +   VERY IMPORTANT!!   +

# * 

# *   #something   is a comment!

# *   %something  is ALSO a comment!

# * 

# *
# *   if you change any settings, REMOVE THE % IN THE BEGINNING OF THE 
LINE!

# *

# * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *





# Lines that start with % are settings that have been unchanged from
# default, and that are thus ignored by the node (so they don't linger
# when we want to change the default settings). If you change these
# settings you should remove the %.

# This file was automatically generated by Freenet.scripts.Setup (at 
28.09.2003 21:00:28)


# The IP address of this node as seen by the public Internet. You only need to 
override this if it cannot be autodetected, for example if you have a NAT 
(a.k.a. IP Masquerading) firewall/router, in which case you will need to set 
it to the IP address or DNS name of the internet-side interface of the 
router, which needs to be static (www.dyndns.org and similar services can 
help here if you have a dynamic IP).
ipAddress= 212.183.81.121

# The port to listen for incoming FNP (Freenet Node Protocol) connections on.
listenPort=1214
# 24272 2926

# The port to listen for local FCP (Freenet Client Protocol) connections on.
%clientPort=8481

# A comma-separated list of hosts that may connect to the FCP port
# (clientPort).  If left blank, only the localhost will be allowed. If you set 
this, make sure localhost is included in the list or  access won't be allowed 
from the local machine. 
# May be given as IP addresses or host names.
%fcpHosts=

# If this is set then users that can provide the password can
# can have administrative access. It is recommended that
# you do not use this without also using adminPeer below
# in which case both are required.
%adminPassword=null

# If this is set, then users that are authenticated owners
# of the given PK identity can have administrative access.
# If adminPassword is also set both are required.
%adminPeer=null

# Transient nodes do not give out references to themselves, and should
# therefore not receive any requests.  Set this to yes if you cannot
# receive incoming connections, or cannot keep the computer continuously
# online.
transient=true

# If this is true, the node will automatically announce to all nodes in
# the seedFile file, as specified by announcementDelay, etc.
%doAnnounce=true

# A file containing one or more node references which will be incorporated
# into the node's routing table on startup.  A reference is only added if
# there is no previously existing reference to that node.  When this node
# announces, it will announce to the nodes listed in this file.
%seedFile=seednodes.ref

# The directory in which to save diagnostics data.  Defaults to
# storePath/stats if left blank.
%diagnosticsPath=stats

# Datastore implementation. Put native (without the quotes) if you want the 
new native filesystem datastore, which stores the files in a directory. Put 
convert to convert from an old monolithic store to a native store. Note 
that convert uses lots of disk space while doing the conversion 
(approximately twice the datastore size), and the resulting store may be 
(temporarily) slightly larger than the old one due to block size mismatch 
(this will be fixed as soon as the node tries to add a file to the store).
%storeType=freenet

# The path to the file containing the node's private key, DSA group,
# cipher key, etc.  Defaults to node in the current directory.
%nodeFile=

# The path to the single directory containing the data store.  The total 
maximum size of the files in the directory is given by storeSize. It will 
create new files and directories in this dir, and DELETE OLD ONES. Defaults 
to store in the current directory.
%storeFile=

# The byte size of the data store directory.
# The maximum sized file that will be cached is 1/100th of
# this value.  We recommend the default 256MB, to cache the largest common
# file size on freenet, 1MB plus some headers, with plenty of elbowroom, but

Re: [freenet-support] why don't have freenet a connection?

2003-11-03 Thread Dave Hooper
No worries, I've seen stubbier questions.
Your .ini looks fine to me - how do you know Freenet cannot connect to the
internet?

 When I start freenet, freenet is not able to connect to the Internet.

What exactly do you mean by that?  How do you know freenet is not able to
connect to the Internet?  How many inbound connections are you getting?  How
many outbound connections are you getting?  What does the web interface page
show?  Are there any error messages in the log?  (right click the rabbit to
view the log file, or just open up freenet.log ).

d

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Re: [freenet-support] why don't have freenet a connection?

2003-11-03 Thread Nicholas Sturm
There are times when Zone Alarm shows no input or output, when the little
blue rabbit says freenet is running and when the log file shows at least
the last ten words or so of this message line:

Nov 3, 2003 7:01:00 PM (freenet.node.states.announcing.Announcing,
QThread-20239, NORMAL): Found 3 announcement targets for this node.
Nov 3, 2003 7:01:00 PM (freenet.node.states.announcing.Announcing,
QThread-20243, NORMAL): Announcement failed to 5379 30f4 1470 2bd2 a5aa 
30fe b80b 2ade 52c6 a9dd at depth  2:freenet.SendFailedException: Against
peer DSA(5379 30f4 1470 2bd2 a5aa  30fe b80b 2ade 52c6 a9dd) @ null - No
open connections and can't contact node (terminal)
Nov 3, 2003 7:01:00 PM (freenet.node.states.announcing.Announcing,
QThread-20243, NORMAL): Announcement failed to cb9b bc3c a736 dbad 8c60 
f5fe 51b0 e9b6 0576 4b42 at depth  2:freenet.SendFailedException: Against
peer DSA(cb9b bc3c a736 dbad 8c60  f5fe 51b0 e9b6 0576 4b42) @ null - No
open connections and can't contact node (terminal)
Nov 3, 2003 7:01:00 PM (freenet.node.states.announcing.Announcing,
QThread-20243, NORMAL): Announcement failed to beac 3174 0d68 33e9 6dba 
6ff7 22a7 7051 18dc e97c at depth  2:freenet.SendFailedException: Against
peer DSA(beac 3174 0d68 33e9 6dba  6ff7 22a7 7051 18dc e97c) @ null - No
open connections and can't contact node (terminal)
Nov 3, 2003 7:01:35 PM (freenet.node.Main$InsertARK, QThread-20239,
NORMAL): RouteNotFound Inserting ARK
Nov 3, 2003 7:02:12 PM (freenet.node.Main$InsertARK, QThread-20239,
NORMAL): RouteNotFound Inserting ARK
Nov 3, 2003 7:05:27 PM (freenet.diagnostics.StandardDiagnostics,
QThread-20216, NORMAL): Aggregation of stats past the next minute. This
isn't great, but should not be a problem unless it happens all the time.
Reached time: Mon Nov 03 19:01:00 EST 2003
Nov 3, 2003 7:16:00 PM (freenet.node.states.announcing.Announcing,
QThread-20263, NORMAL): Found 3 announcement targets for this node.
Nov 3, 2003 7:16:00 PM (freenet.node.states.announcing.Announcing,
QThread-20249, NORMAL): Announcement failed to e16e 5a0f cd07 5228 f69a 
7215 be6d ddb0 c951 d7e3 at depth  2:freenet.SendFailedException: Against
peer DSA(e16e 5a0f cd07 5228 f69a  7215 be6d ddb0 c951 d7e3) @ null - No
open connections and can't contact node (terminal)
Nov 3, 2003 7:16:00 PM (freenet.node.states.announcing.Announcing,
QThread-20264, NORMAL): Announcement failed to 2b26 cecc 6ef0 35d3 22db 
150d 01cf 3448 e82f 55d5 at depth  2:freenet.SendFailedException: Against
peer DSA(2b26 cecc 6ef0 35d3 22db  150d 01cf 3448 e82f 55d5) @ null - No
open connections and can't contact node (terminal)
Nov 3, 2003 7:16:00 PM (freenet.node.states.announcing.Announcing,
QThread-20263, NORMAL): Announcement failed to 7b26 0f52 2ad7 e5b6 9ebc 
ff02 11b1 30b4 b6b4 d6ce at depth  2:freenet.SendFailedException: Against
peer DSA(7b26 0f52 2ad7 e5b6 9ebc  ff02 11b1 30b4 b6b4 d6ce) @ null - No
open connections and can't contact node (terminal)
 i.e., No open connections and can't contact node (terminal), but when CPU
is registering 100% usage.  Trying to get an interface response is usually
impossible at these times.
If I go to the freenet.log file and examine it there will frequently have
been no new entries for many minutes (say 10 to 30), but many lines showing
that last quote at end of many long lines, and debugs separating them.

It appears that freenet is running unattached to anything useful although
it will sometimes backoff of 100%, but the rabbit usually them disappears
and CPU usage will return to 100%.

Am I correct to assume that Freenet is not doing anything useful and a
restart would be desirable?  That does not always work and I've gotten
messages to the effect that more than one node is running.

A operating system restart will usually clear the problem, but I dont' know
if continuing then is of any value.




 [Original Message]
 From: Dave Hooper [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Date: 11/3/2003 3:42:05 PM
 Subject: Re: [freenet-support] why don't have freenet a connection?

 No worries, I've seen stubbier questions.
 Your .ini looks fine to me - how do you know Freenet cannot connect to the
 internet?

  When I start freenet, freenet is not able to connect to the Internet.

 What exactly do you mean by that?  How do you know freenet is not able to
 connect to the Internet?  How many inbound connections are you getting? 
How
 many outbound connections are you getting?  What does the web interface
page
 show?  Are there any error messages in the log?  (right click the rabbit
to
 view the log file, or just open up freenet.log ).

 d

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Re: [freenet-support] why don't have freenet a connection?

2003-11-03 Thread Toad
 # The IP address of this node as seen by the public Internet. You only need to 
 override this if it cannot be autodetected, for example if you have a NAT 
 (a.k.a. IP Masquerading) firewall/router, in which case you will need to set 
 it to the IP address or DNS name of the internet-side interface of the 
 router, which needs to be static (www.dyndns.org and similar services can 
 help here if you have a dynamic IP).
 ipAddress= 212.183.81.121

Try removing the space.

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