Re: [freenet-support] Return of the Out of memory, Part LCXIX

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Tuesday 09 March 2010 20:49:34 Evan Daniel wrote:
 On Tue, Mar 9, 2010 at 3:34 PM, Dennis Nezic denn...@dennisn.dyndns.org 
 wrote:
  As I (and I'm sure others) mentioned before, my node is still going
  down (crashing?) regularly -- roughly weekly. I currently allocate it
  150MB of (precious) ram. Here are my last 2 (of infinity) heap reports
  from the jvm dump:

I have filed a bug for this. Please register on the bug tracker and Monitor 
Issue on this bug:
https://bugs.freenetproject.org/view.php?id=4030

The next build should be slightly improved on this, I have just fixed a bug 
that was using at least 20MB of RAM for no good reason.
 
  Heap
   def new generation   total 46080K, used 41323K
   eden space 40960K, 100% used
   from space 5120K,   7% used
   to   space 5120K,   0% used
   tenured generation   total 102400K, used 99586K
    the space 102400K,  97% used
   compacting perm gen  total 12288K, used 11390K
    the space 12288K,  92% used
     ro space 10240K,  61% used
     rw space 12288K,  60% used
 
  Heap
   def new generation   total 46080K, used 41400K
   eden space 40960K, 100% used
   from space 5120K,   8% used
   to   space 5120K,   0% used
   tenured generation   total 102400K, used 102399K
    the space 102400K,  99% used
   compacting perm gen  total 12288K, used 11214K
    the space 12288K,  91% used
     ro space 10240K,  61% used
     rw space 12288K,  60% used
 
  Is there NO way that freenet can do a better job cleaning up? (I
  believe this happens even if I don't have (much) currently in the queues
  -- Ie. if I did heavy activity days before -- or maybe even on it's own
  without any manually-initiated activity, although I would have to test
  this more :\.)

150M is a bit low if you have stuff queued - especially inserts. Do you still 
get OOMs with *nothing* queued? (I suggest deleting or moving out of the way 
your node.db4o to be sure; if you move it out of the way be careful to move 
persistent-temp-* as well). Exactly what plugins are you running? Currently the 
default is 192M. We're trying to get it to be auto-detected but that is not 
deployed yet.
 
  Maybe we can add more debugging info as to where all the memory is
  allocated? Ie. which structures? (And hopefully decide that we can Let
  Go of some of them :|.)

Here's part of what I do:
wrapper.java.additional.3=-Xloggc:freenet.loggc
(In wrapper.conf)
Then tail -f freenet.loggc. If it is constantly doing Full GC's, it is on the 
edge. At which point, jmap can be very helpful (you might need the JDK):
$ jmap -histo -F pid of freenet
$ jmap -dump:live,format=b,file=dump.filename

The latter is particularly useful. You can then do:
$ jhat dump.filename
This opens a web server on 127.0.0.1:7000 on which you can investigate exactly 
what is using memory. You could alternatively send me the dump, I'm not sure 
whether the tools are backward compatible format-wise.

Another thing that is helpful is a stack dump (on the stats page, or run.sh 
dump, or kill -QUIT pid of freenet, in any case it goes to stdout).
 
 What plugins are you running (complete list)?  Can you provide a copy
 of your full stats page, in advanced mode?

Freetalk+WoT needs quite a bit of memory. XMLSpider needs absurd amounts. All 
of these can be optimised substantially.
 
 Evan Daniel


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Re: [freenet-support] changing permanent temp folder

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Tuesday 09 March 2010 13:20:08 Daniel Stork wrote:
 
 Hi, I'm having problems with files stuck at 100% and having to wait hours and 
 days for them to decode.
 It seems that despite having all the parts freenet just sits on it for some 
 reason. Is there some reason for this?

I have created this bug on the bug tracker for your problem. *Please* could you 
register a user account and Monitor Issue on this bug:
https://bugs.freenetproject.org/view.php?id=4031

Yes. Most likely it is not in fact stuck at 100% of the file but at 100% of the 
top layer of the file. Big files get divided into multiple layers, with each 
layer telling us how to fetch the next. The last layer contains the actual data 
and the last but one layer contains all CHKs for the actual data. For a big 
file, the last layer is HUGE, and so are the data structures corresponding to 
it. Because we use a database (which allows us to fetch big files on small 
amounts of memory), and because our data structures are relatively inefficient, 
processing the last but one layer for a big file can take a *long* time 
involving a vast amount of disk access. If this is the problem, the best way to 
solve it is to change the data structures; we will do so when we make the next 
set of major changes (probably combined with LDPC codes and using the same 
decryption key for all blocks of a splitfile). Another possible answer is that 
it is decompressing, but I wouldn't expect disruptive levels of disk I/O if 
this is the problem.

One way to find out is to get a thread dump from the Statistics page while the 
node is busy doing these things. This is written to wrapper.log, so please get 
one while it is hammering away at 100%, and then send us it.

 Would it be possible that you guys fix this? cuz it would be great not to 
 have to wait days to decode a file that's already here.

As a great many national governments have discovered, anything involving 
databases is hard. :|

It will get fixed, but not immediately. However, that thread dump would be 
helpful.
 
 The node.db4o file also becomes enourmous for some reason (over half Gb) 
 after a few days.

You can defrag it, there are two config options related to this, one is 
something like defrag on restart and the other is whether to reset the first 
option after defragging. Then restart the node. This should dramatically reduce 
the size of node.db4o, for a short while. But make sure it doesn't run out of 
disk space during the defrag.

 It seems to be that this is what causes the files to take so long to decode, 
 and it is also making the a high-end computer totally unresponsive.

Disks suck. Especially domestic grade disks, but all disks suck. And 
unfortunately handling large amounts of data with limited RAM involves disks 
(most cheap SSDs suck too, although there are some very good recent ones). But 
I agree it could be *vastly* more efficient. It's simply a question of priority 
- for how many users is this a serious problem, more serious than e.g. the fact 
that, for example, the file never completes in the first place?
 
 In the meantime, until this hopefully gets fixed, could you tell me if 
 there's a way to change the location of the persistent temp folder,
 I would like to put the node.db4o on a ram disk, but the persistent temp is 
 too large for this, so I would have to separate the two,
 and could not find settings in freenet.ini,

There is a config option for moving the persistent temp dir in advanced mode. 
I'm not sure if it's settable on the fly. You can however shut the node down 
and put:
node.persistentTempDir=somewhere
 
 Thanks a lot, and thanks for all your work on freenet, it's awsome.

Thanks!


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Re: [freenet-support] Fwd: NPE and log file size of 50 GiB

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Sunday 21 March 2010 10:12:50 bbac...@googlemail.com wrote:
 Now I get the following in the log, looks like a bug?
 
 Mrz 21, 2010 10:08:54:796 (freenet.client.async.SplitFileFetcher,
 RequestSender for UID 8681707776366569955 on 4535(236), ERROR):
 Multiple decompressors: 2 - this is almost certainly a bug
 java.lang.Exception: debug
   at 
 freenet.client.async.SplitFileFetcher.init(SplitFileFetcher.java:148)
   at 
 freenet.client.async.SingleFileFetcher.handleMetadata(SingleFileFetcher.java:894)
   at 
 freenet.client.async.SingleFileFetcher.innerWrapHandleMetadata(SingleFileFetcher.java:969)
   at 
 freenet.client.async.SingleFileFetcher.onSuccess(SingleFileFetcher.java:245)
   at 
 freenet.client.async.BaseSingleFileFetcher.onGotKey(BaseSingleFileFetcher.java:227)
   at 
 freenet.client.async.SingleKeyListener.handleBlock(SingleKeyListener.java:55)
   at 
 freenet.client.async.ClientRequestSchedulerBase.tripPendingKey(ClientRequestSchedulerBase.java:355)
   at 
 freenet.client.async.ClientRequestScheduler.tripPendingKey(ClientRequestScheduler.java:915)
   at freenet.node.Node.store(Node.java:4162)
   at freenet.node.Node.storeShallow(Node.java:4115)
   at freenet.node.RequestSender.verifyAndCommit(RequestSender.java:1024)
   at freenet.node.RequestSender.realRun(RequestSender.java:826)
   at freenet.node.RequestSender.run(RequestSender.java:193)
   at 
 freenet.support.PooledExecutor$MyThread.realRun(PooledExecutor.java:227)
   at freenet.support.io.NativeThread.run(NativeThread.java:101)
 Mrz 21, 2010 10:11:07:703 (freenet.client.async.SplitFileFetcher,
 RequestSender for UID -5899428231352511480 on 4535(92), ERROR):
 Multiple decompressors: 2 - this is almost certainly a bug
 java.lang.Exception: debug
   at 
 freenet.client.async.SplitFileFetcher.init(SplitFileFetcher.java:148)
   at 
 freenet.client.async.SingleFileFetcher.handleMetadata(SingleFileFetcher.java:894)
   at 
 freenet.client.async.SingleFileFetcher.innerWrapHandleMetadata(SingleFileFetcher.java:969)
   at 
 freenet.client.async.SingleFileFetcher.onSuccess(SingleFileFetcher.java:245)
   at 
 freenet.client.async.BaseSingleFileFetcher.onGotKey(BaseSingleFileFetcher.java:227)
   at 
 freenet.client.async.SingleKeyListener.handleBlock(SingleKeyListener.java:55)
   at 
 freenet.client.async.ClientRequestSchedulerBase.tripPendingKey(ClientRequestSchedulerBase.java:355)
   at 
 freenet.client.async.ClientRequestScheduler.tripPendingKey(ClientRequestScheduler.java:915)
   at freenet.node.Node.store(Node.java:4162)
   at freenet.node.Node.storeShallow(Node.java:4115)
   at freenet.node.RequestSender.verifyAndCommit(RequestSender.java:1024)
   at freenet.node.RequestSender.realRun(RequestSender.java:826)
   at freenet.node.RequestSender.run(RequestSender.java:193)
   at 
 freenet.support.PooledExecutor$MyThread.realRun(PooledExecutor.java:227)
   at freenet.support.io.NativeThread.run(NativeThread.java:101)

I don't suppose you could trace this to a specific (and legal) file that I 
could reproduce it with?


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[freenet-support] Another way Freenet sucks for filesharing was Re: major problems - stuck at 100%, nonresponsive

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Tuesday 09 March 2010 04:27:24 Evan Daniel wrote:
 You should really send these to the support list; that's what it's for.
 
 You can change the physical security level setting independently of
 the network seclevels -- see configuration - security levels.
 
 I'm not sure what else to suggest at this point.  You could try
 increasing the amount of ram for temp buckets (configuration - core
 settings), but that's mostly a stab in the dark.
 
 I suspect you need to reduce the amount of stuff in your queue.

Thanks Evan for helping Daniel. In theory it ought to be possible to have a 
nearly unlimited number of downloads in the queue: That is precisely why we 
decided to use a database to store the progress of downloads. Unfortunately, in 
practice, disks are slow, and the more stuff is queued, the less of it will be 
cached in RAM i.e. the more reliant we are on slow disks.

There are many options for optimising the code so that it uses the disk less. 
But unfortunately they are all a significant amount of work.

See https://bugs.freenetproject.org/view.php?id=4031 and the bugs it is marked 
as related to.

 On Mon, Mar 8, 2010 at 8:05 AM, Daniel Stork stork...@yahoo.com wrote:
  Defragmenting the database did help. It went from 520 Mb to 160 Mb,
  This made it a bit more responsive and the smaller files now finished in
  about an hour,
  but the larger ones are still stuck at 100%.
 
  Could you tell me how to change the location of the persistent temp folder?
  I didn't see this in freenet.ini
 
  I'd like to put to node.db4o.crypt file on the ramdisk, but the persistent
  temp is way too big for that.
  Does the node.db4o have to be in the same folder as the persistent temp ?
 
  Also, if I'm running freenet from either a ramdisk or a truecrypt volume,
  than does it make sense to have the persistent temp and the datastore and
  db4o encrypted ?
  Is it possible to just have these unencrypted without affecting my online
  security settings ?
 
 
 
  Thanks a lot,
 
  Dan
 
 
 
  
  From: Evan Daniel eva...@gmail.com
  To: Daniel Stork stork...@yahoo.com; support@freenetproject.org
  Sent: Sat, March 6, 2010 4:38:23 PM
  Subject: Re: [freenet-support] major problems - stuck at 100%, nonresponsive
 
  I suspect the stalled downloads are the same problem as the heavy IO,
  and that both come from the downloads database.  I would expect
  increasing the memory available to help; I'm somewhat surprised it
  doesn't.  I doubt there's much io to the datastore in comparison.  If
  you want to play with ram disks, putting the data store on a normal
  hard disk and the node.db4o (or node.db4o.crypt) file on a ram disk is
  more likely to help.  However, first I would try defragmenting your
  node.db4o file (configuration - core settings - Defragment the
  downloads database during the next startup? - true).  Does setting
  that and then restarting the node help?  How big was your node.db4o
  file before / after defragmenting?
 
  If none of this helps, then I suspect you simply have more downloads
  queued than Freenet can handle.  I recommend removing some or all of
  the files, and then re-adding them when others finish, keeping the
  total size queued at any one time limited.
 
  Evan Daniel
 
  On Sat, Mar 6, 2010 at 10:03 AM, Daniel Stork stork...@yahoo.com wrote:
  Evan, thanks for the response, I tried playing around with the memory, and
  giving freenet 2 gb makes it crash,
  but it works with 1,5gb (I have a total of 4gb installed).
 
  The memory did not change anything. The disk was churning a lot so I
  transferred the datastore to a 2gb ramdisk, which reduced some of it.
  But still the system becomes really unresponsive, when using freenet.
 
  Any ideas what this could be? All my hardware is really more than enough,
  I
  have one of the best Core 2 Duos and all resources are underutilized.
 
  Also, - I know others have asked already, but am not sure if this issue
  was
  ever resolved - I have numerous downloads at 100% that do not complete.
  I have been waiting for hours and days.
 
  Any idea why this happens?
 
  I usually have about 80-100 simultaneous downloads, is this too much for
  freenet to handle?
 
  Thanks a lot,
 
 
  
  From: Evan Daniel eva...@gmail.com
  To: support@freenetproject.org; Daniel Stork stork...@yahoo.com
  Sent: Mon, January 25, 2010 7:13:43 PM
  Subject: Re: [freenet-support] major problems - stuck at 100%,
  nonresponsive
 
  On Wed, Jan 20, 2010 at 6:26 PM, Daniel Stork stork...@yahoo.com wrote:
  Hi,
 
  I'm having major problems with freenet on Windows, I have 60 downloads of
  which 60 have been stuck at 100% for days.
  Running freenet makes Windows completely unresponsive.
  It takes literally 10 minutes for frost to start up.
  This happened in the past. I deleted node.db4o and the permanent
  downloads
  folder and this fixed it for a while,
  But it goes back to the same state in a few days.

Re: [freenet-support] Installation Failed

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Friday 15 January 2010 03:25:22 Alan Smith wrote:
 I tried Installing Twice and got the same error. See attachment.
 
 Alan Smith

Sorry, this is a known problem, but it is hard to fix as we are unable to 
reproduce it on demand. Could you please tell us:
- What OS exactly you were running it on - 32-bit, 64-bit, Vista, etc?
- Send us your wrapper.log (in the directory you tried to install Freenet to).
- If possible, check the permissions on that dir - does Local Service have 
access to it?


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Re: [freenet-support] [freenet-dev] Another way Freenet sucks for filesharing was Re: major problems - stuck at 100%, nonresponsive

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Friday 02 April 2010 17:31:13 Matthew Toseland wrote:
 On Tuesday 09 March 2010 04:27:24 Evan Daniel wrote:
  You should really send these to the support list; that's what it's for.
  
  You can change the physical security level setting independently of
  the network seclevels -- see configuration - security levels.
  
  I'm not sure what else to suggest at this point.  You could try
  increasing the amount of ram for temp buckets (configuration - core
  settings), but that's mostly a stab in the dark.
  
  I suspect you need to reduce the amount of stuff in your queue.
 
 Thanks Evan for helping Daniel. In theory it ought to be possible to have a 
 nearly unlimited number of downloads in the queue: That is precisely why we 
 decided to use a database to store the progress of downloads. Unfortunately, 
 in practice, disks are slow, and the more stuff is queued, the less of it 
 will be cached in RAM i.e. the more reliant we are on slow disks.
 
 There are many options for optimising the code so that it uses the disk less. 
 But unfortunately they are all a significant amount of work.
 
 See https://bugs.freenetproject.org/view.php?id=4031 and the bugs it is 
 marked as related to.

So I guess the real question here is, how important is it that we be able to 
queue 60 downloads and still have acceptable performance? How many users use 
Freenet filesharing in that sort of way?


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Re: [freenet-support] Bug: 'Running * Freenet 0.7.5 Build #12...'

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Saturday 23 January 2010 06:29:22 UserVoice wrote:
 thorns...@yahoo.com wrote:
 
 
 
 Running * Freenet 0.7.5 Build #1239 build01239
 * Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771
 
 Win XP sp3 all patches installed
 Java - Sun version 6 update 16 build 1.6.0_16b01
 
 In sun Virtual Box 3.08 OSE R53138
 Header from VB Log:
 00:00:07.273 VirtualBox 3.0.8_OSE r53138 linux.amd64 (Oct 15 2009 05:04:01) 
 release log
 00:00:07.273 Log opened 2010-01-19T16:49:13.448194000Z
 00:00:07.273 OS Product: Linux
 00:00:07.273 OS Release: 2.6.31-17-generic
 00:00:07.273 OS Version: #54-Ubuntu SMP Thu Dec 10 17:01:44 UTC 2009
 00:00:07.273 Host RAM: 3962MB RAM, available: 3567MB
 
 VM memory available ~ 1.5GB
 Virtual Drive 90GB, formated fat32, encrypted with Truecrypt
 
 Attempted to see Get latest node's logfile from the stats page.
 
 Error:
 Internal error: please report
 
 java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Java heap space
 at java.lang.StringCoding$StringEncoder.encode(Unknown Source)
 at java.lang.StringCoding.encode(Unknown Source)
 at java.lang.String.getBytes(Unknown Source)
 at freenet.clients.http.Toadlet.writeReply(Toadlet.java:193)
 at freenet.clients.http.Toadlet.writeHTMLReply(Toadlet.java:177)
 at 
 freenet.clients.http.WelcomeToadlet.handleMethodGET(WelcomeToadlet.java:317)
 at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)
 at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(Unknown Source)
 at sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(Unknown Source)
 at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Unknown Source)
 at freenet.clients.http.ToadletContextImpl.handle(ToadletContextImpl.java:504)
 at 
 freenet.clients.http.SimpleToadletServer$SocketHandler.run(SimpleToadletServer.java:751)
 at freenet.support.PooledExecutor$MyThread.realRun(PooledExecutor.java:227)
 at freenet.support.io.NativeThread.run(NativeThread.java:101)
 
 Thaw reports node memory bouncing from 160-180MB/190MB
 
 * Used Java memory: 175 MiB
 * Allocated Java memory: 190 MiB
 * Maximum Java memory: 190 MiB
 * Running threads: 130/500
 * Available CPUs: 1
 * Java Version: 1.6.0_16
 * JVM Vendor: Sun Microsystems Inc.
 * JVM Version: 14.2-b01
 * OS Name: Windows XP
 * OS Version: 5.1
 * OS Architecture: x86 On 
 http://data.freenetproject.org/alpha/installer/linux 
 [http://data.freenetproject.org/alpha/installer/linux] Using Mozilla/5.0 
 (X11; U; Linux x86_64; en-US;
  rv:1.9.1.7) Gecko/20100106 Ubuntu/9.10 (karmic) Firefox/3.5.7

Hi! Sorry for the long delay in answering the bug report!

How many downloads and uploads (total GB) did you have queued?

Which plugins did you have loaded?

Have you tried increasing the node's memory limit? (Shut down, edit 
wrapper.conf, set the max memory to 512 or so)?

Are there any other symptoms - high CPU usage, heavy disk access, general 
system unresponsiveness?


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Re: [freenet-support] [freenet-dev] Another way Freenet sucks for filesharing was Re: major problems - stuck at 100%, nonresponsive

2010-04-02 Thread Evan Daniel
On Fri, Apr 2, 2010 at 12:39 PM, Matthew Toseland
t...@amphibian.dyndns.org wrote:
 On Friday 02 April 2010 17:31:13 Matthew Toseland wrote:
 On Tuesday 09 March 2010 04:27:24 Evan Daniel wrote:
  You should really send these to the support list; that's what it's for.
 
  You can change the physical security level setting independently of
  the network seclevels -- see configuration - security levels.
 
  I'm not sure what else to suggest at this point.  You could try
  increasing the amount of ram for temp buckets (configuration - core
  settings), but that's mostly a stab in the dark.
 
  I suspect you need to reduce the amount of stuff in your queue.

 Thanks Evan for helping Daniel. In theory it ought to be possible to have a 
 nearly unlimited number of downloads in the queue: That is precisely why we 
 decided to use a database to store the progress of downloads. Unfortunately, 
 in practice, disks are slow, and the more stuff is queued, the less of it 
 will be cached in RAM i.e. the more reliant we are on slow disks.

 There are many options for optimising the code so that it uses the disk 
 less. But unfortunately they are all a significant amount of work.

 See https://bugs.freenetproject.org/view.php?id=4031 and the bugs it is 
 marked as related to.

 So I guess the real question here is, how important is it that we be able to 
 queue 60 downloads and still have acceptable performance? How many users use 
 Freenet filesharing in that sort of way?

All of them, I suspect.  If a file is mostly downloaded, but not
complete, the natural response seems to be to leave it there in hopes
it will complete, and add other files in the mean time.  Combined with
unretrievable files due to missing blocks, this will produce very
large download queues.

Evan Daniel
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Re: [freenet-support] trouble installing

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Thursday 14 January 2010 13:46:06 clos...@inbox5.com wrote:
  On Wed, 13 Jan 2010 15:26:02 -0600 (CST), clos...@inbox5.com wrote:
  After downloading Freenet I try to install and I get an error
  message
  Freenet starter was unable to control the freenet system service.
  Reason: Service did not respond to signal.
  What do I have to do?
 
  Debug. For starters, check your wrapper.log file for any juicy
  information that might help -- usually found near the end.
 
 I have no other file just an installer. There is nothing I can do with
 this file other than try to open it,which of course I can't.
 I get the above error message that is all.

When you install Freenet, it puts it into a folder in Program Files. There is a 
file called wrapper.log inside that folder. Please send us/me that file.

However there is a more immediate suggestion: Recently there was a small change 
to the installer that should fix this problem for at least some users. I 
suggest you uninstall Freenet, then get the latest windows installer from the 
website and try again. Please let us know how it goes!


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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet fails to kick off

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Wednesday 06 January 2010 22:00:19 Pat  Eve wrote:
 Freenet Starter was unable to control the Freenet system
 
 Reason: Service did not respond to signal
 
 Tried reinstalling, rebooted, and did a manual update but no joy.
 
 I am running XP professional with PC Tools Firewall Plus
 
 any help would be appreciated,

This is unfortunately a well known bug, but it is difficult for us to fix as we 
cannot easily reproduce it on a developer's system: It goes away when we try to 
fix it. However, the recent installers have a change that might have fixed this 
in some cases. Please uninstall Freenet, then get the most recent Windows 
installer from the website, and try again. If that doesn't work please let us 
know. We may be able to give you a new installer that will work - and it'd be 
enormously valuable if you could test it. Also if it doesn't work please send 
us your wrapper.log (in the folder freenet is installed to). Thanks!
 
 regards,
 Patrick Byrne


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Re: [freenet-support] bug

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Tuesday 29 December 2009 21:58:28 thibaud gaiguant wrote:
 Viewing Issue Simple Details [ Jump to
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 Advancedhttps://bugs.freenetproject.org/bug_view_advanced_page.php?bug_id=2692
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  ]   ID  Category  Severity  Reproducibility  Date Submitted  Last
 Update  0002692 [Freenet] fred minor N/A 2008-11-14 20:59 2009-12-24
 08:24
   Reporter  Artefact2  View Status  publicAssigned To
   Priority  high  Resolution  openStatus  new   Product Version  0.7
   Summary  0002692: peers forcibly disconnected due to not acknowledging
 packets   Description  1 of your peers are having severe problems (not
 acknowledging packets even after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug
 in the code. Please report it to us at the bug tracker at
 https://bugs.freenetproject.org/ [^ https://bugs.freenetproject.org/] or
 at supp...@freenetproject.org. Please include this message and what version
 of the node you are running. The affected peers (you may not want to include
 this in your bug report if they are darknet peers) are:
 
 * 70.171.218.217:61620   Additional Information  * Freenet 0.7 Build
 0001178 https://bugs.freenetproject.org/view.php?id=1178 r23592
 * Freenet-ext Build
 024https://bugs.freenetproject.org/view.php?id=24r23199
 Tags No tags attached.
   milestone  0.8   svn-revision  23592
 
Sorry, known bug, will be fixed when we get around to it, new versiions of 
Freenet no longer bug users about it.


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Re: [freenet-support] just subscribed - cannot open web address

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Sunday 27 December 2009 19:24:03 abramelina wrote:
 Hi there, 
 
 Have just downloaded freenet. The install went fine but the webpage 
 http://127.0.0.1:/ just will not load. I am on mac snow leopard, tried it 
 on firefox and safari and just the same. 
 
 Any ideas or suggestions as to how I can get started please?

Did you get this fixed? Is Freenet running? (It would show up as java). One 
thing you could try is to click on the start script in the folder Freenet is 
installed into (or try run.sh start in a command line prompt). Another 
possibility is that maybe your browsers are going through a proxy? Unlikely if 
both break though... If nothing works, please send your wrapper.log.


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Re: [freenet-support] login to freenet

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Saturday 19 December 2009 10:18:14 mike sanders wrote:
 Hi 
 I recently discovered freenet, downloaded it and browsed. I closed my firefox 
 browser which I have dedicated to freenet as instructed but when I open my 
 browser it seems i have to go through the whole download performance all over 
 again. Can you tell me how i can simply load freenet just like any other 
 webpage, I have signed up and i do have a login id etc.
 your help is appreciated.
 Michael Sanders

Try http://127.0.0.1:/

On Windows, the system tray icon has a link. On Mac and Linux there is no 
system tray icon yet though.


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Re: [freenet-support] Download problem

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Wednesday 16 December 2009 21:33:04 Jeremy Cooper wrote:
 hi, I get a download error when I try to download Freenet 0,7,5  
 installer, Unable to load recourse:' http://googlecode.com/files/ 
 new_installer_1234.jar
 Any ideas?

Please try again. We had a bunch of these errors in December, I think it may 
have gone away now?


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Re: [freenet-support] unable to install

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Thursday 17 December 2009 10:29:40 Lorenzo Grande wrote:
 Hi, I'm a Mac user. After launching the freenet.jnlp file, I get the
 following messages:
 
 Si è verificato un errore durante l'avvio/l'esecuzione dell'applicazione.
 
 Titolo: Freenet 0.7.5 installer
 Fornitore: Freenet Project Inc.
 Categoria: Errore di download
 
 Impossibile caricare la risorsa:
 http://freenet.googlecode.com/files/new_installer_offline_1239.jar
 
 ---
 
 ?xml version=1.0 encoding=utf-8?
 !-- JNLP File for Freenet --
 jnlp spec=1.0+ codebase=http://freenet.googlecode.com/files/; href=
 http://checksums.freenetproject.org/latest/freenet.jnlp;
 information
 titleFreenet 0.7.5 installer/title
 vendorFreenet Project Inc./vendor
 homepage href=http://freenetproject.org//
 descriptionFreenet Java Reference Implementation/description
 description kind=short
 Freenet is free software which lets you publish and obtain information on
 the Internet without fear of censorship. To achieve this freedom, the
 network is entirely decentralized and publishers and consumers of
 information are anonymous. Without anonymity there can never be true freedom
 of speech, and without decentralization the network will be vulnerable to
 attack.
 /description
 icon href=freenet-icon.gif/
 icon kind=splash href=splash.gif/
 /information
 security
 all-permissions/
 /security
 resources
 jar href=new_installer_offline_1239.jar /
 j2se version=1.5.0+ /
 /resources
 application-desc/
 /jnlp
 
 --
 
 NLPException[category: Errore di download : Exception: java.io.IOException:
 HTTP response 404 : LaunchDesc: null ]
 at
 com.sun.javaws.cache.DownloadProtocol.doDownload(DownloadProtocol.java:621)
 at
 com.sun.javaws.cache.DownloadProtocol.getDownloadSize(DownloadProtocol.java:923)
 at com.sun.javaws.LaunchDownload.downloadJarFiles(LaunchDownload.java:698)
 at com.sun.javaws.LaunchDownload.downloadEagerorAll(LaunchDownload.java:662)
 at com.sun.javaws.Launcher.downloadResources(Launcher.java:1069)
 at com.sun.javaws.Launcher.handleApplicationDesc(Launcher.java:387)
 at com.sun.javaws.Launcher.handleLaunchFile(Launcher.java:219)
 at com.sun.javaws.Launcher.run(Launcher.java:166)
 at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:613)
 
 --
 
 ava.io.IOException:%20HTTP%20response%20404%0A%09at%20com.sun.javaws.cache.DownloadProtocol.doDownload(DownloadProtocol.java:621)%0A%09at%20com.sun.javaws.cache.DownloadProtocol.getDownloadSize(DownloadProtocol.java:923)%0A%09at%20com.sun.javaws.LaunchDownload.downloadJarFiles(LaunchDownload.java:698)%0A%09at%20com.sun.javaws.LaunchDownload.downloadEagerorAll(LaunchDownload.java:662)%0A%09at%20com.sun.javaws.Launcher.downloadResources(Launcher.java:1069)%0A%09at%20com.sun.javaws.Launcher.handleApplicationDesc(Launcher.java:387)%0A%09at%20com.sun.javaws.Launcher.handleLaunchFile(Launcher.java:219)%0A%09at%20com.sun.javaws.Launcher.run(Launcher.java:166)%0A%09at%20java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:613)java.io.IOException:%20HTTP%20response%20404%0A%09at%20com.sun.javaws.cache.DownloadProtocol.doDownload(DownloadProtocol.java:621)%0A%09at%20com.sun.javaws.cache.DownloadProtocol.getDownloadSize(DownloadProtocol.java:923)%0A%09at%20com.sun.javaws.LaunchDownload.downloadJarFiles(LaunchDownload.java:698)%0A%09at%20com.sun.javaws.LaunchDownload.downloadEagerorAll(LaunchDownload.java:662)%0A%09at%20com.sun.javaws.Launcher.downloadResources(Launcher.java:1069)%0A%09at%20com.sun.javaws.Launcher.handleApplicationDesc(Launcher.java:387)%0A%09at%20com.sun.javaws.Launcher.handleLaunchFile(Launcher.java:219)%0A%09at%20com.sun.javaws.Launcher.run(Launcher.java:166)%0A%09at%20java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:613)
 java.io.IOException: HTTP response 404
 at
 com.sun.javaws.cache.DownloadProtocol.doDownload(DownloadProtocol.java:621)
 at
 com.sun.javaws.cache.DownloadProtocol.getDownloadSize(DownloadProtocol.java:923)
 at com.sun.javaws.LaunchDownload.downloadJarFiles(LaunchDownload.java:698)
 at com.sun.javaws.LaunchDownload.downloadEagerorAll(LaunchDownload.java:662)
 at com.sun.javaws.Launcher.downloadResources(Launcher.java:1069)
 at com.sun.javaws.Launcher.handleApplicationDesc(Launcher.java:387)
 at com.sun.javaws.Launcher.handleLaunchFile(Launcher.java:219)
 at com.sun.javaws.Launcher.run(Launcher.java:166)
 at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:613)
 
 ---
 
 Thank you in advance,

Please try again. We had a bunch of these errors in December, I think it may 
have gone away now?


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Re: [freenet-support] connection

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Tuesday 02 February 2010 20:04:08 Nico Koole wrote:
 Hi,
 
 pls can you help me:
 
 I had to re-instal Freenet but now everytime  it looses connection 
 after 5 or 10 minutes.
 Never had this problem before.

Could you give a bit more detail? Does this still happen with the current build 
(1244)? What exactly happens? Is it connected, working and able to access 
freesites initially? How many peers does it get connected to? What happens when 
it loses connection? Can you send your Statistics page (in advanced mode), both 
when it is working and when it is not working?
 
 Greetings
 Nico Koole


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Re: [freenet-support] [freenet.uservoice.com] New message: 'This is a test of the uservoice bug eporting ...'

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Thursday 01 April 2010 23:43:34 Freenet Project Inc. wrote:
 Freenet Project Inc.
 
 freenet.uservoice.com [freenet.uservoice.com] New message
 
 256 toad [http://freenet.uservoice.com/users/179311-toad] 
 (t...@amphibian.dyndns.org) wrote
 
 
 
 This is a test of the uservoice bug reporting facility.
 
 using Iceweasel 3 (Linux ) on Apr 1, 2010
 
 [http://uservoice.com]

Apologies for this, others had been stuck in moderation.


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Re: [freenet-support] NPE and log file size of 50 GiB

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Friday 26 February 2010 05:41:01 bbac...@googlemail.com wrote:
 This morning I found my node in a pitiful status. It was looping with
 100% cpu (dual core).
 
 The hard disk was full, no space left. Guess who eat up the space?
 Now, look at this, and check the file sizes:
 
 26.02.2010  05:4095.944.236 freenet-1240-2010-02-26-05-00.log.gz
 26.02.2010  05:4019.405.026.616 freenet-latest.log
 26.02.2010  05:0030.861.309.599 freenet-previous.log
3 File(s) 50.362.280.451 bytes
 
 Of course I had a look into the files before I deleted them, as far as
 I can see the only
 messages that filled the log were:
 
 Feb 26, 2010 03:00:00:437 (freenet.client.FECQueue$2, FEC Pool 0(1),
 ERROR): Caught: java.lang.NullPointerException
 java.lang.NullPointerException
   at freenet.client.FECQueue$2.run(FECQueue.java:204)
   at 
 freenet.support.PooledExecutor$MyThread.realRun(PooledExecutor.java:227)
   at freenet.support.io.NativeThread.run(NativeThread.java:101)
 Feb 26, 2010 03:00:00:437 (freenet.client.FECQueue$2, FEC Pool 1(2),
 ERROR): Caught: java.lang.NullPointerException
 java.lang.NullPointerException
   at freenet.client.FECQueue$2.run(FECQueue.java:204)
   at 
 freenet.support.PooledExecutor$MyThread.realRun(PooledExecutor.java:227)
   at freenet.support.io.NativeThread.run(NativeThread.java:101)

Fixed. Sorry, I wasn't paying attention to the support list.
 
 and so on 
 
 One other line at top of one log:
 
 GRRR: ERROR: Logging too fast, chopped 1312 entries, 4718400 bytes in memory


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Re: [freenet-support] annoying problem

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Sunday 28 March 2010 03:21:24 Peter S wrote:
 I have a weird and really annoying problem that goes as follows:
 I had .7 installed when the folder got deleted by accident. I then installed
 a new as darknet-- and all worked just fine, though two freenet
 entries now existed in the service listing (WinXP)
 Then a week or two ago it suddenly wouldn't connect.
 I then properly un-installed and went for a new install but then it wouldn't
 play along, saying freenet is already installed.
 The faulty listing got removed with sc delete, yet the installer still
 complains.
 to continue, you must first uinstall your current version using the
 previously created uninstaller .. well, that doesn't exist anymore ~ folder
 deleted. Nothing Freenet exists anymore, so what the funk is it complaining
 about?
 How on earth am I to get Freenet back up and running?
 
Probably in the registry somewhere, and maybe the service user still exists as 
well? The old installer was rather messy. The new wininstaller is much less 
messy but it is sadly not working for everyone. :|


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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet isn't working (for me).

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Wednesday 17 February 2010 16:05:05 Tobias Sjöqvist wrote:
 Hey, I just installed freenet on my computer, and it worked fine up until I
 connected to the actual webpages, where flashy red messages told me about
 the urgency to download the latest java update, wich I did, and now
 everytime I try to start freenet I get this error message: “Freenet Starter
 was unable to control the Freenet system service. Reason: Service did not
 respond to signal. If the problem keeps occurring, try reinstalling Freenet
 or report this error message to the developers.” So here you go.
 
 I had Java v5ux before the update, and now I have java v6u18. I use Windows
 Vista.
 
 Good luck.

Hmmm. It is possible that recent changes to the installer have fixed this 
problem. Please uninstall and then get the latest installer from the website 
and reinstall. If that doesn't fix it ...

This is a fairly common problem with our Windows installer. I have CC'ed our 
Windows expert, maybe he can find out what the problem is.

One thing you could do is send us your wrapper.log - that is a file in the dir 
you installed Freenet into - and then check the permissions on the directory, 
Local Service should have full access to it.


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Re: [freenet-support] Wrong link?

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Wednesday 24 February 2010 13:11:38 hennr wrote:
 Hi there,
 
 under http://freenetproject.org/content.html there is a link to Frost:
 http://freenetproject.org/frost.html which holds the same content as
 http://freenetproject.org/index.html and not a specific site about frost.
 
 Do you want that to be this way?

No, fixed, thanks.
 
 Secondly there is no documentation how to uninstall freenet.
 
 I'm using Linux and used the GUI installer and it seems that the
 installer created a link to start freenet on login. I can't find that
 link, the FAQ and Documentation says nothing about uninstalling freenet
 and the README which get's installed holds 13 lines...
 
 I have to admit that I denied the install to create links in my menu.

That implies you are confident in your ability to figure it out for yourself. :)
 
 I found the Uninstallation folder but I think this is worth a small
 sentence in the docs.

I have added a note to the README.
 
 Another thing is that the izPack installer does not terminate after
 uninstallation. You have to trigger Quit.

Yes, izPack is far from ideal. In the future we will hopefully have packages 
for the major Linux distros which will avoid various problems.
 
 Thanks for your work!
 
 Henner


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Re: [freenet-support] Uninstall

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Wednesday 10 February 2010 20:00:11 Shawn Jordison wrote:
 I would like to request information on how to uninstall Freenet on my 
 computer. I have Ubuntu 9.10 and Freenet 0.75.

Use the uninstaller. It is on the system menu. If that doesn't work, use the 
uninstaller in the bin/ directory (java -jar Uninstaller/uninstaller.jar).
 
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Re: [freenet-support] Bug Tracker

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Sunday 07 March 2010 09:38:47 davide...@riseup.net wrote:
  Dear Davide,
 
  As you may know, we currently have a backlog of orders.
 
  I am told the most recent batch has already been filled.  The next batch
  will be ready in March.
 
  However, please note that there is an average lead time of about 2 months
  from the date of order.
 
  If you have any other questions, please feel free to let me know.
 
  Best,
  Collin L.
  Always Innovating Customer Service
 
 I have ask this because extract of my prepaid credit card, shows no
 payment. Payment will be made when the touch book will be shipped?

Looks like you sent this email to the wrong people. This list is for support 
for Freenet, the anonymous peer to peer network.


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Re: [freenet-support] Fw: Re: Freenet reconnection issues

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Thursday 18 February 2010 01:59:26 xor wrote:
 
 - Original Message - 
 From: john...@kiwyepfki1gwkbfu44x5zhnbhcrbfgdowx8lom22bq4
 Newsgroups: freenet
 Sent: Tuesday, February 09, 2010 5:12 PM
 Subject: Re: [freenet-support] Freenet reconnection issues
 
 
  john...@kiwyepfki1gwkbfu44x5zhnbhcrbfgdowx8lom22bq4 wrote :
  joh...@6kzjmqcftzffej0wthb29r63t5jkjg2xy5hzsvitg1a wrote :
  Matthew Toseland t...@amphibian.dyndns.org
 
  There was a bug freenet does not reconnect properly: When a Freenet 
  node 
 is
  hibernated or its IP address changes, it would take *ages* to reconnect, 
 it
  would not start announcing straight away or it would take hours to get 
 back up
  to a reasonable number of connections. I think that 1241-pre1 may have 
 fixed
  this, so if you have this bug, please test 1241-pre1. Thanks.
 
  You can get this by means of update.sh testing (linux/mac) or update.cmd 
 testing
  (windows). You might need to update the scripts manually from
  https://checksums.freenetproject.org/update.sh (or update.cmd) if they 
 haven't
  been used for some time and give an error message.
 
  Alternatively, use the jar I posted to freenet (this should replace your
  freenet.jar):
  http://127.0.0.1:/CHK%40Y7OIgh0uxo04Uf2pjN4Ni2dfctOlb-
 YN5yWlud2VspU,TWXc1Yc%
  7EjDMWToabe2tbaZU-i6pAuFyY8ESkwGFfuaI,AAIC--8/freenet-cvs-snapshot.jar
  
  Ah, that's why 1240 gave me 20 peers (of 40) in roughly 1 hour after cold 
 restart. I had had my node fully integrated in about 20 minutes before new 
 version came up and was very upset. 

Announcements stop when the node reaches half the limit or 10 peers, whichever 
is lower. Getting from 15 peers up to 40 can take some time because it relies 
on path folding, not on announcement. This in turn relies on successful CHK 
requests. Recent builds should have improved on this very slightly if at all.

 Average input speed was also 25% less than  
 configuration limit even after all peers had been connected (something I 
 don't 
 think I had seen before).

Input speed is determined by lots of things. If you are fetching a lot of 
popular data, it should be reasonably high - but it won't necessarily reach 
torrent levels even then. If you aren't fetching anything, input speed should 
be slightly lower than output speed.
  
  Now I'm on 1241-pre2, have restarted two times and have had 20 peers in 
 20-25 minutes, 30 peers in an hour. A bit better, but speed still tends to 
 jump higher than limit and then fall much lower than limit for a long time so 
 resulting average speed is currently 50% of a node's limit even with FMS and 
 Frost updating messages.
  
  I don't know if it does matter:
  
  Preemptive Rejection Reasons
  9481 Input bandwidth liability
  18 SUB_MAX_PING_TIME
  1 MAX_PING_TIME
  
  Local Preemptive Rejection Reasons
  3719 Input bandwidth liability
  5 SUB_MAX_PING_TIME

Curious. Most people's nodes are limited by *output*, not input. What are your 
bandwidth limits set to? Is your input limit less than your output limit?
  
  No luck. Average input speed is still 25% less than limit, 37/40 peers all 
 the time, six-digit number next to Input bandwidth liability.
  
  When I turn off the limit Freenet speed can be very high (when downloading 
 freesite, for example) and average speed is higher than my desired limit, so 
 it is not network problem.
 
So increase the input limit. We have several conflicting goals and we can't 
always meet all of them at once. One important goal is not to run so many 
requests at once that if they all succeeded they would take an unreasonably 
long time to transfer - this is what Input bandwidth liability means.


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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet doesn't work

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Saturday 13 March 2010 13:26:48 Cyrille Bonnard wrote:
 Hi there,
 
 It installed successfully but I can't connect to freenet. When I try to start 
 the Freenet Service from the system tray, I have the following error message:
 Freenet starter was unable to control the freenet system service.
 Reason: system did not respond to signal
 I don't think that the problem is my firewall because if I shut it down, it 
 still doesn't work. 
 My computer is working under a modified version of Windows Xp. 
 
 If you need more information, please let me know.
 
 Thanks
 
 Cyrille B.

Hi. Unfortunately this is a known bug in the Windows installer. We only have 
one Windows developer willing to work on installers, and he is unable to 
reproduce the bug himself. I have CC'ed him, hopefully he can help you to find 
out what the problem is. If all else fails try the Linux/Mac installer from the 
website.


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Re: [freenet-support] Error message: Free Start was unable to control the Freenet system service

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Sunday 14 March 2010 20:09:24 Brendan wrote:
 Reason: Service did not respond to signal.
 
 Any ideas what I'm doing wrong?

Sorry, this is a known bug in the Windows installer. Hopefully our Windows 
expert will contact you and hopefully give you alternatives to test. In the 
meantime I suggest you install the Mac/Linux version.


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Re: [freenet-support] Bug Tracker

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Sunday 07 March 2010 09:31:39 davide...@riseup.net wrote:
 Failure to confirm receipt of packets by N. 1 peer, possibly caused by a
 'bug' (defect) in the program, my freenet version is 0.7.5.

I don't think Freenet reports this any more. Sorry for wasting your time (and 
for your email getting so severely delayed). If you get it again please tell us.


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Re: [freenet-support] broken link

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Saturday 09 January 2010 11:17:23 Philip Holberton wrote:
 Steve,
 
 I beg to differ. I too run an iMac with the latest operating system etc, 
 Firefox that is the latest up-date. Your links are not a panacea that solves 
 the problems I have had in installing FreeNet software - hey simply do not 
 work! I continue to receive error messages stating that your FreeNet file 
 cannot be installed. This problem is clearly one shared by many people like 
 me who are keen to use your software. Are the questions being asked by many 
 would be users food for thought and perhaps a reason to rethink the problem 
 with Macs? I would certainly like to be able to download your software, 
 trouble free ASAP.

Did you get Freenet working? Sorry for the long delay. The following links are 
current, but if they don't work for you, it would be really helpful if you 
could say *exactly how they don't work*: What precisely happens when you try to 
fetch them? Does anything download, do you get a 404 or a server error or 
something else?

http://checksums.freenetproject.org/latest/freenet.jnlp
You should just be able to click on this one
http://freenet.googlecode.com/files/new_installer_offline_1244.jar
This one you might have to manually feed to java on the command line:
java -jar new_installer_offline_1244.jar

Both of these download fine for me, but if you are behind a network obstruction 
(e.g. filtering ISP etc), we can arrange alternative ways to get the files to 
you. Thanks for trying Freenet, even if your attempt wasn't very successful!
 
 Best regards
 
 
 Holby
 
 
 
 
 
 From: steve oliver mrstevem...@gmail.com
 To: support@freenetproject.org
 Sent: Sat, 9 January, 2010 4:01:32 PM
 Subject: Re: [freenet-support] broken link
 
 This is a link to the main installer file 
 http://checksums.freenetproject.org/latest/freenet.jnlp
 
 And this is a link to the full installer 
 http://freenet.googlecode.com/files/new_installer_offline_1239.jar
 
 One of them should work for you. 
 
 On Dec 13, 2009, at 9:40 AM, Dimitri Meessen wrote:
 
  Hello,
  
  it's impossible to install freenet on MAc Osx
  the link appears to be broken (in safari and firefox - it didnt work)
  
  where can i download the installer ?
  thank you
  good luck
  
  
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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet Aktualisieren Sie Ihr Konto

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
Argh, somehow this spam got through. Sorry folks.


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Re: [freenet-support] Unable to Download Freenet

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Thursday 10 December 2009 08:09:17 Rohit Bansal wrote:
 Dear Sir
 
 I am unable to download the Freenet Software for Windows from your
 website. On clicking the link a 404 error page opens saying link not
 in existence any more.
 
 Kindly correct the link.

As far as I know this works at the moment. Please try again. I'm sorry it took 
so long to get back to you. At least it should work a bit better now than it 
did in December! Thanks for trying Freenet!
 
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Re: [freenet-support] Download link broken.

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Wednesday 09 December 2009 10:48:09 rp joe wrote:
 http://freenet.googlecode.com/files/FreenetInstaller-FREENETVERSION.exe
 Is 404
 
Ooops, sorry. Please try again (from the button on the website). Sorry it took 
so long to get back to you! Thanks for trying Freenet, and I suspect you'll 
find it's significantly improved since December.


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Re: [freenet-support] not acknowledging packets even after 10 minutes

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Saturday 05 December 2009 13:12:15 Carel wrote:
 1 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets even
 after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code. If this
 happens a lot, please add your information to the report on the bug tracker
 at https://bugs.freenetproject.org/view.php?id=2692
 http://127.0.0.1:/?_CHECKED_HTTP_=https://bugs.freenetproject.org/view.
 php?id=2692  or send it to the support mailing list
 supp...@freenetproject.org. Please include this message and what version of
 Freenet you are running. The affected peers (you may not want to include
 this in your bug report if they are darknet peers) are:
 
 * 203.206.111.129:41177
 
 Freenet 0.7.5 Build #1239 build01239
 Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771
 
Thanks for  reporting this. New versions of Freenet won't nag users about this 
any more. It's a known bug which will be fixed when the time is right, but it's 
not regarded as critical currently.


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Re: [freenet-support] Service did not respond to signal please help.

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Friday 04 December 2009 03:44:49 Tom Cipollone wrote:
 
 Hi,
 
  
 
 I am sure that you have heard of this problem before.
 
  
 
 I have tried loading freenet on Vista 32 and Win XP. I get the same response. 
 I also tried installing with my firewall down and that had no effect. I do 
 have java version 6 installed.
 
  
 
 What should I do next?

Recent versions of the installer have a change which might fix this bug. Please 
could you uninstall Freenet and try again? If that doesn't work, please let us 
know, our windows expert may be able to help you or give you a new installer to 
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Re: [freenet-support] Unable to install

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Thursday 03 December 2009 13:15:51 Philip Wong wrote:
 Did not install successfully several times. Also a report form does not open
 on your site after uninstallation as the pop up message said. Attached is
 the screen capture  for starter error.

Thanks for trying Freenet. Sorry for taking so long to get back to you. A 
recent change in the Windows installer may have fixed this bug, so please 
uninstall and try again, from the button on the website. Please let us know 
whether or not this works. Thanks! I have CC'ed our Windows expert.
 
 Thank you,
 
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Re: [freenet-support] Down/uploads excessive

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Tuesday 01 December 2009 21:15:34 nicpaul wrote:
 Hi there support,
 
 I installed Freenet the other day and tested a couple of links.
 
 Within an hour my entire monthly quota down/upload from my service provider 
 had been used up. I have never approached, let alone reach my quota before!
 
 As that was the last day of the service month - not a problem as I didn't 
 have access to full speed broadband for only one day.
 
 However, the same thing has occurred again. I have therefore uninstalled 
 Freenet.
 
 This brings up cost and usage issues, plus in countries like China surely 
 they only have to look for massive down/uploads to figure out who may have 
 Freenet installed? Or was my installation wrong?

Sorry about that. In future (very soon) the first-time wizard will be a lot 
clearer about how much bandwidth Freenet will use, showing both the bandwidth 
limit per second and the amount of data transferred per month.

Unfortunately there is very little we can do about this. Freenet is a peer to 
peer network. That means that your bandwidth is not just used for your 
requests, it's also used for other people's requests. And it's anonymous, 
meaning that requests have to be relayed across 5 or more nodes before they are 
satisfied. The data is cached, but still, it is hard to avoid using several 
tens of gigs a month. In future we will have average bandwidth limiting, but 
1GB a month works out to 400 bytes per second, so it's unlikely we will be able 
to limit it to anything that low.

Our information is that Chinese internet connections are typically limited to 
some number of hours at some bandwidth level, rather than having a monthly 
traffic cap. Peer to peer (not Freenet, torrents etc) is pretty common in 
China, this may partly explain it. Of course there are many difficulties with 
running Freenet in China, for example the authorities may try to block it. 
Darknet mode where you only connect to your friends is very difficult to 
block, but your friends need to be online at the same time as you are - so 
there's a lot of unfinished business.


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Re: [freenet-support] osx downloads don't work

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Monday 30 November 2009 07:39:31 Frank Heasley wrote:
 v 10.5.8
 Firefox latest update
 Noscript updated and fully disabled
 
Did you get Freenet working? Your message is a bit vague about what it is that 
doesn't work - Downloading Freenet? Installing Freenet? Downloading freesites 
or files within Freenet?


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Re: [freenet-support] freenet not working

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Sunday 29 November 2009 03:58:22 Herman Wicks wrote:
 ERROR msg. Freenet Starter unable to control the Freenet system service
  Reason: Service did not respond to signal
 
 I have tried reinstalling /NO GOYOUR ADVICE? Looking forward to 
 having it functioning
 Many Thanks

Sorry. This is a well known problem which is hard to fix for various reasons - 
mostly because when we try to reproduce the problem on a developer's computer 
it goes away. It may have been fixed by now, we changed the installer's java 
autodetection slightly recently. Could you possibly uninstall and try again? 
Thanks. If it works please tell us; if it doesn't work, please tell us, and we 
may want to ask a few questions and maybe send you a new installer to test. 
I've CC'ed our Windows expert. Thanks!


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Re: [freenet-support] installation

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Saturday 28 November 2009 22:10:32 PAUL wrote:
 Hi I've downloaded freenet and its in my program folder but it didn't start
 or install icons on the desktop or into the system tray.

Sorry it took so long to get back to you!
 
 I cannot get it to start and cannot find an uninstall command to attempt a
 reinstall any suggestions please

You can uninstall Freenet from Control Panel in Add/Remove Programs.

Please try reinstalling after that. It's possible that whatever broke might be 
fixed now. Please let us know either way. If it doesn't work, please tell us 
exactly what happens - maybe send a screenshot.
 
 Ps I'm not a computer wiz so may have missed something obvious
 
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Re: [freenet-support] install problem

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Saturday 28 November 2009 18:23:49 sketch oni wrote:
 
 Hi Guys, can't install java...keep getting message:
 An error occurred while launching/running the application.
 Title: Freenet 0.7.5 installerVendor: Freenet Project Inc.Category: Download 
 Error
 Unable to load resource: 
 http://freenet.googlecode.com/files/new_installer_offline_1239.jar;
 Any help appreciated, thanx.   Sketch 
   

Please try again. We had a bunch of download problems reported around that time 
last year. None reported recently. Sorry it took so long to get back to you. 
Thanks for trying Freenet!


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Re: [freenet-support] installation

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Saturday 28 November 2009 00:20:32 T wrote:
 Read FAQs, can't find help.
 
 Clicked link to install freenet. Both times it ran Toshiba upgrade asst. 
 Neither time did it appear to install freenet. I see nothing in browser, 
 desktop or program menu. Clues?

You have some really perverse annoying software on your laptop. Have you tried 
recently? Try this direct link:
http://freenet.googlecode.com/files/FreenetInstaller-1244.exe

Thanks for trying Freenet, and sorry it took so long to get back to you!


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Re: [freenet-support] SNAFU

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Friday 27 November 2009 17:54:19 Tony Stewart wrote:
 Hello Ian
 
 I have just installed / re-installed / installed again, the download from
 the freenetproject.org website.
 
 Interestingly the first install went all German on me!
 
 Second one was in Engrish
 
 It seems to have installed alright but when I try to open it I get the
 following message :
 
 Freenet Starter Error 
 
 Reason : Server did not respond to signal
 
 If the problem keeps occurring,try reinstalling Freenet or report this eeror
 message to the developers.
 
 Cheers
 
 Tony

Sorry it took so long to get back to you. Have you tried reinstalling recently? 
The installer had some changes go in recently that might have fixed this 
problem. Please let us know - whether it works or doesn't, we need to know. If 
it doesn't work we'll have more questions and maybe a new installer for you to 
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Re: [freenet-support] install/uninstall problems

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Friday 27 November 2009 12:36:51 mike+21pronto.com wrote:
 Hi there,
   I installed your programme which seemed all right but it is 
 inaccessible - not on the desk top, not through Windows Start button and not 
 through Start/run. When I try to uninstall it does not appear in the 
 uninstall list and there seems to be no uninstall programme in 
 programmes/freenet 
 
 How do I get rid of it so that I can get it back with the icons?

No idea. I've asked our windows expert. It really should show up in the 
uninstall list in Control Panel. It doesn't yet it doesn't let you reinstall?? 
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Re: [freenet-support] freenet error message after install

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Friday 27 November 2009 10:33:48 Patrick Schmider wrote:
 Hi,The install was successful but when trying to launch from system tray i 
 get the following error 
 
 freenet starter was unable to control the freenet system service
 
 reason: service did not respond to signal 
 
 if the problem keeps occurring bla bla bla.
 
 I have reinstall twice with same error 
 
 Pat  

It is possible that recent changes to the installer have fixed this. Please try 
again. If the new installer works (uninstall first), *please* tell us. If it 
doesn't, please tell us: We may be able to send you a new one to test that 
might work. Thanks. Sorry it took so long to get back to you. 


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Re: [freenet-support] HeadlessGraphicsEnvironment ??

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Wednesday 06 January 2010 15:39:50 bbac...@googlemail.com wrote:
 Hello,
 
 every now and then I get the following exception on my freenet
 console. It seems as if the AWT thread is started
 for some reason, but I see no indication who started it. Beside this
 exception output I see no problem, the node
 continues to run normally.
 
 jvm 1| Exception in thread AWT-EventQueue-0 
 java.lang.ClassCastException:
 sun.java2d.HeadlessGraphicsEnvironment cannot be cast to 
 sun.awt.Win32GraphicsEn
 vironment
 jvm 1|  at sun.awt.windows.WToolkit$4.run(Unknown Source)
 jvm 1|  at java.awt.event.InvocationEvent.dispatch(Unknown Source)
 jvm 1|  at java.awt.EventQueue.dispatchEvent(Unknown Source)
 jvm 1|  at 
 java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpOneEventForFilters(Unknown S
 ource)
 jvm 1|  at java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpEventsForFilter(Unknown 
 Sour
 ce)
 jvm 1|  at 
 java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpEventsForHierarchy(Unknown S
 ource)
 jvm 1|  at java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpEvents(Unknown Source)
 jvm 1|  at java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpEvents(Unknown Source)
 jvm 1|  at java.awt.EventDispatchThread.run(Unknown Source)
 
 jvm 1| Exception in thread AWT-EventQueue-0 
 java.lang.ClassCastException:
 sun.java2d.HeadlessGraphicsEnvironment cannot be cast to 
 sun.awt.Win32GraphicsEn
 vironment
 jvm 1|  at sun.awt.windows.WToolkit$4.run(Unknown Source)
 jvm 1|  at java.awt.event.InvocationEvent.dispatch(Unknown Source)
 jvm 1|  at java.awt.EventQueue.dispatchEvent(Unknown Source)
 jvm 1|  at 
 java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpOneEventForFilters(Unknown S
 ource)
 jvm 1|  at java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpEventsForFilter(Unknown 
 Sour
 ce)
 jvm 1|  at 
 java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpEventsForHierarchy(Unknown S
 ource)
 jvm 1|  at java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpEvents(Unknown Source)
 jvm 1|  at java.awt.EventDispatchThread.pumpEvents(Unknown Source)
 jvm 1|  at java.awt.EventDispatchThread.run(Unknown Source)

Does this still happen? I thought we turned on windowless mode?


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Re: [freenet-support] philosophical question

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Friday 18 December 2009 01:00:12 urza9...@gmail.com wrote:
 It could be done, and pretty easily too I believe. However, the problem is
 that it would need to be done through some kind of 'bridge' website, and
 whoever ran the server for such a site would have some serious legal
 problems. I mean, if people just hosting .torrent files can be successfully
 prosecuted, it seems extremely unlikely that a Freenet bridge wouldn't land
 the owner in prison for many, many years. But yes, all you really should
 need to do is lightly modify the config file or set up a proxy on your local
 machine and you can start serving all of Freenet to the outside world. But
 you would have whatever your national LEA is knocking on your door as soon
 as they discovered it. Sure, there are some nations (the US included) where
 you _shouldn't_ be able to be charged with anything for such an act, but
 that doesn't mean they wouldn't try (and succeed...).

There was an attempt to get such a thing set up on ibiblio once. Their lawyers 
gave the okay but it petered out for some reason. There are public proxies here 
and there, but it'd be good to have a long-term big one.
 
 On Thu, Dec 17, 2009 at 7:24 PM, Ichi i...@xerobank.net wrote:
 
  Hello Support,
 
   Long  ago,  reading  Ian's paper, I imagined Freenet as a data haven
   that would be accessible via the internet, not just to other Freenet
   nodes.That's  obviously  not how it's worked out.  Although I do
   find  some  flogs  replicated  on  anonymous  websites, I can't tell
   whether  that's  been  done  manually or automated.  I do appreciate
   that  porting  Freenet  to the internet could be risky.  Is that the
   only issue?  Does Freenet have a policy against such porting?


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Re: [freenet-support] Can't run freenet

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Saturday 12 December 2009 22:08:57 dal...@email.com wrote:
 I need help. Frenet says Freenet service did not respond. I run windows XP 
 service pack 2, IE 8 browser. I tried reinstalling no  luck. Suggestions:
 
Hi. Sorry it's taken so long to get back to you. I suggest you try again. The 
installer has recently had some changes that might have fixed this. Please let 
us/me know whether the latest installer (from the website) works. If it does, 
great; if it doesn't you might be able to help us test new installers that 
might work better, or find out why it doesn't work. Either way please let me 
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Re: [freenet-support] Bug: 'A IOException occred'

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
Sorry it has taken so long to get back to you. Did you ever get Freenet 
working? There were some temporary problems with downloading around Christmas. 
They should be fixed now. Please let us know if you have any more problems. 
Thanks for trying Freenet!

On Tuesday 08 December 2009 06:35:14 UserVoice wrote:
 bibinsu...@macfast.org wrote: 
 
 
 
 A IOException occred On http://freenetproject.org/
 [http://freenetproject.org/] Using Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US;
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Re: [freenet-support] Help: Service did not respond to signal

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Sunday 06 December 2009 20:05:42 Tom wrote:
 Hi,
  
 I am sure that you have heard of this problem before.
  
 I have tried loading freenet on Vista 32 and Win XP. I get the same response. 
 I also tried installing with my firewall down and that had no effect. I do 
 have java version 6 installed.
  
 What should I do next?
  
 Thank You
 
Please try again: Recent changes to the installer might fix this problem. 
Please let us know whether it works - if it does work, great, if it doesn't, 
maybe you can help by testing possible fixes. Thanks for trying Freenet, sorry 
it took so long to get back to you.


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Re: [freenet-support] Bug: 'Freenet Starter ErrorFreenet Starte...'

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
You tried to install Freenet in November. Sorry we haven't been able to get 
back to you. Anyway, the bug may be fixed by the current installer; please try 
again and let us know whether it works. Thanks for trying Freenet!

On Thursday 26 November 2009 22:35:11 UserVoice wrote:
 paladin_squ...@live.com wrote: 
 
 
 
 Freenet Starter Error 
 
 Freenet Starter was unable
 to control the Freenet System Service. 
 
 Reason: Service did not respond to
 signal. 
 
 If the problem keeps occurring, try reinstalling Freenet or report this
 error message to the developers. 
 
 Installed the program three times, got this
 error during installation once and each time running the program. Running XP 
 Pro
 SP3 on 1ghz 1gb RAM laptop, 54mpbs wireless internet. 
 
 Feedback would be appreciated.
  On http://freenetproject.org/download.html 
 [http://freenetproject.org/download.html]
  Using Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.9.2b4)
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Re: [freenet-support] Bug: 'Freenet Starter ErrorFreenet Starte...'

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Friday 27 November 2009 07:18:36 a...@amitm.com wrote:
 i tried four times under different conditions and NADA the same result 
 over and over again

Please try again - uninstall and get the new exe from the website. There is a 
reasonable chance that recent versions of the installer have fixed this bug. 
Sorry it took so long to get back to you. Please let me/us know what happens. 
Thanks.
 
 
 UserVoice wrote:
 
 
paladin_squ...@live.com wrote:
 
  Freenet Starter Error
 
  Freenet Starter was unable to control the Freenet System Service.
 
  Reason: Service did not respond to signal.
 
  If the problem keeps occurring, try reinstalling Freenet or report 
  this error message to the developers.
 
  Installed the program three times, got this error during installation 
  once and each time running the program. Running XP Pro SP3 on 1ghz 1gb 
  RAM laptop, 54mpbs wireless internet.
 
  Feedback would be appreciated.
 
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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet doesn't install

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Thursday 26 November 2009 10:08:15 William Wall wrote:
 I've tried installing Freenet, but when I click on the jnip file  
 nothing happens. I've tried specifying Java etc. That doesn't work  
 either.
 I have a Macbook running 10.5.8 and plenty of ram.

You need to open it with Java Web Start, this is a program called javaws. If 
this doesn't work, try the Linux instructions: Download the jar from the 
downloads page, open a command line and do java -jar name of downloaded jar

Sorry it has taken so long to get back to you. Thanks for trying Freenet!


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Re: [freenet-support] The Freenet Service won't start

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Friday 20 November 2009 07:14:28 Leviticus Bible wrote:
 It fails when to start when installing Freenet, and after install I
 still can't start the service.
 
 (Windows XP SP3)
 
 I realize there is a similar thread about this, but I couldn't figure
 out how to reply to that thread.  (How do I?)

Please try again. Recent changes to the installer may have fixed this. Please 
let us know whether it works. Thanks for trying Freenet, and sorry we didn't 
get back to you earlier.


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Re: [freenet-support] help

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Thursday 26 November 2009 18:28:54 a...@amitm.com wrote:
 wrapper log was empty
 and when i tried 127.0.0.1: the browser comes up with google page 
 with oops !!

Sounds like you have some wierd plugins or something installed on your 
browser... try a different browser? Oh and check whether there is a proxy set.

 Matthew Toseland wrote:
  On Thursday 26 November 2009 17:40:36 a...@amitm.com wrote:

  i install the freenet software but cannot connect to the service. 
  service did not respond to signal i am running wndows xp my computer 
  is connected to the router wirelessly.
  i tried reinstalling 3 times under different situations (before and 
  after restart) nothing works.
 
  what else can do the job ?
  
 
  Hi, sorry for the long delay. Please could you send me your wrapper.log (in 
  the directory Freenet is installed into). Also, if you just open a browser 
  and open http://127.0.0.1:/ what happens?


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Re: [freenet-support] Out of memory kills node?

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Wednesday 21 October 2009 23:19:18 Dennis Nezic wrote:
 On Wed, 21 Oct 2009 15:50:01 -0500, CyberLeo wrote:
  About once every 1-2 weeks, my node will shut down completely.
  
  In the wrapper log, I see:
  INFO   | jvm 2| 2009/10/20 16:30:59 | Out of memory: Emergency
  shutdown to protect database integrity in progress...
  
  followed by a full thread dump and db shutdown, and then
  
  ERROR  | wrapper  | 2009/10/20 16:33:09 | Shutdown failed: Timed out
  waiting for the JVM to terminate.
  ERROR  | wrapper  | 2009/10/20 16:33:09 | JVM did not exit on request,
  terminated
  INFO   | wrapper  | 2009/10/20 16:33:09 | JVM exited on its own while
  waiting to kill the application.
  STATUS | wrapper  | 2009/10/20 16:33:09 | JVM exited in response to
  signal SIGKILL (9).
  STATUS | wrapper  | 2009/10/20 16:33:09 | -- Wrapper Stopped
  
  then terminates without restarting. Is a total shutdown instead of a
  simple restart intended? The machine itself runs comfortably, and
  never oomkills, and the wrapper has wrapper.java.maxmemory=256.
  
  I can upload the entire wrapper.log and wrapper.conf someplace, if
  needed.
  
  Thanks!
 
 I have this problem too. Have had it for a long time. But at least the
 recent releases shut down gracefully. What I still don't understand is
 if it's stable the first week (and it is), why can't the internal
 garbage-men clean things up to roughly that state? Perhaps there should
 be better internal control of memory allocation to prevent the node
 from using up all the allocated memory -- have it use up the last 5%
 (or whatever) of memory only for critical situations.

That's what's called a memory leak. If every day we leak 10MB of stuff, which 
we can't clean up because it's a leak - something still points to it - then by 
the end of a couple of weeks we're stuffed. Hopefully the next build (try it 
now if you can build from git) will improve this slightly. Has it improved 
since October?

I agree the fact that the wrapper doesn't restart the node is strange. There is 
a bug filed for that.


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Re: [freenet-support] Please help

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Monday 28 September 2009 17:30:50 Jonathan Bannister wrote:
 I'm having diffuclty connecting.  Can you advise?
 
 Unknown external address
 Freenet was unable to determine your external IP address (or the IP address 
 of your NAT-device or firewall). You can still exchange references with other 
 people, however this will only work if the other user is not behind a 
 NAT-device or firewall. As soon as you have connected to one other user in 
 this way, Freenet will be able to determine your external IP address. You can 
 determine your current IP address and tell your node with the 'Temporary IP 
 address hint' configuration parameter. Also, it would be a good idea to 
 forward the ports 61616 and 27307 (UDP) on your router to make it easy to 
 connect to your node.
 
   a.. Temporary IP address hintTemporary hint to what our IP might be; 
 deleted after use
 
Hi. Did you ever get Freenet working?


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Re: [freenet-support] logged errors

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Friday 02 October 2009 03:37:13 Paul Landers wrote:
 My node loses all opennet connections every few hours.  A restart fixes it
 but it reoccurs.  I'm not sure if this is related, but my freenet-latest.log
 contains very many of these 2 entries:
 
 Removing ack request twice? Null on 31201 from x.x.x.x
 
 ERROR): Invalid phase 0 for anonymous-initiator (we are the initiator) from
 x.x.x.x
 
 Any help would be appreciated.
 
Did this go away? If it still happens maybe we can investigate...


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Re: [freenet-support] can’t connect to the server “127.0.0.1”

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Tuesday 29 September 2009 19:01:08 David Lowe wrote:
   I can't communicate with FreeNet anymore.  For a while i couldn't  
 view the interface in a browser, but could launch Thaw.jar by hand.   
 Now however, that doesn't even work.  Firefox can't establish a  
 connection to the server at 127.0.0.1:.  Safari goes even  
 farther in stating that it can't connect on any port.  Is this  
 something that FreeNet is doing in the face of the recent java  
 exploit, or could it be related to a recent security update on my  
 end?  Details: OSX 10.4.11, java 1.5 build 19

Is your Freenet working well now? It looks like some sort of relatively minor 
bug that has presumably been fixed since.


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Re: [freenet-support] Support Digest, Vol 48, Issue 12

2010-04-02 Thread Matthew Toseland
On Thursday 17 September 2009 06:37:52 freenet wrote:
 
 On Sep 16, 2009, at 10:25 AM, Evan Daniel eva...@gmail.com wrote:
 
  Message: 6
  Date: Wed, 16 Sep 2009 12:46:22 -0400
  From: Evan Daniel eva...@gmail.com
  Subject: Re: [freenet-support] My node keeps loosing all it's opennet
  connections
  To: support@freenetproject.org
  Message-ID:
  4f9383510909160946r5bbe70f6rc6eb5069e95...@mail.gmail.com
  Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1
 
  On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 11:10 AM, Matthew Toseland
  t...@amphibian.dyndns.org wrote:
  On Tuesday 15 September 2009 15:15:47 freenet wrote:
  Every few days my node just looses all it's connections.
 
  Restarting the node does not solve the problem. Usually I have to  
  shut
  the node down completely for about two days. When I restart it,  
  after
  about 10 minutes it starts getting connections. One time I  
  downloaded
  a new seednodes.fref file and that seemed to get the connections
  started again.
 
  I think there is a bug where the node keeps trying to contact one or
  two nodes on IP addresses that are no longer valid. For example,  
  this
  time I see the following two errors over and over and over and over
  again in the logs:
 
  Sep 15, 2009 04:10:05:527 (freenet.io.comm.UdpSocketHandler,
  PacketSender thread for 60973, ERROR): Error while sending packet to
  128.222.3.103:18143: java.io.IOException: No route to host
  java.io.IOException: No route to host
  ? ? ? at java.net.PlainDatagramSocketImpl.send(Native Method)
  ? ? ? at java.net.DatagramSocket.send(DatagramSocket.java:612)
  ? ? ? at  
  freenet.io.comm.UdpSocketHandler.sendPacket(UdpSocketHandler.java:
  247)
  ? ? ? at  
  freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java:1794)
  ? ? ? at  
  freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendAuthPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java:
  1781)
  ? ? ? at
  freenet 
  .node.FNPPacketMangler.sendAnonAuthPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java:
  1739)
  ? ? ? at
  freenet 
  .node.FNPPacketMangler.sendJFKMessage1(FNPPacketMangler.java:839)
  ? ? ? at  
  freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendHandshake(FNPPacketMangler.java:
  2876)
  ? ? ? at freenet.node.PacketSender.realRun(PacketSender.java:247)
  ? ? ? at freenet.node.PacketSender.run(PacketSender.java:126)
  ? ? ? at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:637)
  ? ? ? at freenet.support.io.NativeThread.run(NativeThread.java:100)
  Sep 15, 2009 04:10:10:555 (freenet.node.PeerManager, PacketSender
  thread for 60973, NORMAL): Connected: 0 ?Routing Backed Off: 0 ?Too
  New: 0 ?Too Old: 0 Disconnected: 14 ?Never Connected: 18 ? 
  Disabled: 0
  Bursting: 1 ?Listening: 0 ?Listen Only: 0 ?Clock Problem: 0
  Connection Problem: 0 ?Disconnecting: 0
  Sep 15, 2009 04:10:13:471 (freenet.io.comm.UdpSocketHandler,
  PacketSender thread for 60973, ERROR): Error while sending packet to
  5.4.174.104:60115: java.io.IOException: No route to host
  java.io.IOException: No route to host
  ? ? ? at java.net.PlainDatagramSocketImpl.send(Native Method)
  ? ? ? at java.net.DatagramSocket.send(DatagramSocket.java:612)
  ? ? ? at  
  freenet.io.comm.UdpSocketHandler.sendPacket(UdpSocketHandler.java:
  247)
  ? ? ? at  
  freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java:1794)
  ? ? ? at  
  freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendAuthPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java:
  1781)
  ? ? ? at
  freenet 
  .node.FNPPacketMangler.sendAnonAuthPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java:
  1739)
  ? ? ? at
  freenet 
  .node.FNPPacketMangler.sendJFKMessage1(FNPPacketMangler.java:839)
  ? ? ? at  
  freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendHandshake(FNPPacketMangler.java:
  2876)
  ? ? ? at freenet.node.PacketSender.realRun(PacketSender.java:247)
  ? ? ? at freenet.node.PacketSender.run(PacketSender.java:126)
  ? ? ? at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:637)
  ? ? ? at freenet.support.io.NativeThread.run(NativeThread.java:100)
 
 
  My Internet connection is working fine. Those two IP addresses are  
  not
  reachable and the node is stuck in a loop trying to get to them. One
  other temporary fix was to edit the seednodes.fref file and remove  
  the
  nodes with the unreachable IP addresses.
 
  Freenet 0.7.5 Build #1233 build01233
  Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771
 
  # Java Version: 1.6.0_15
  # JVM Vendor: Apple Inc.
  # JVM Version: 14.1-b02-92
  # OS Name: Mac OS X
  # OS Version: 10.5.8
  # OS Architecture: x86_64
 
  Sure seems like a serious bug to me.
 
  Sounds like a serious bug in your internet connection. We do indeed  
  repeatedly send handshaking packets to all our peers' IP addresses  
  and this is normal and expected behaviour if two of them have  
  invalid addresses.
 
  The first of those IP addresses listed looks like my node.  I'm not
  sure why it made that one public; it should be using
  evanbd.dyndns.org.  That IP is indeed not routable to the outside
  world; apparently my noderef is from when I was running on my father's
  strangely configured network (something about needing to be able to
  VPN into networks that 

Re: [freenet-support] Support Digest, Vol 48, Issue 12

2010-04-02 Thread freenet

Matthew,

The connectivity problem went away a while ago, just after you added  
the automatic update to the seednodes.fref file. Freenet has been  
running ok since. It runs fairly reliably now. It crashes about once  
every 3-4 weeks. Better than ever before when the best uptime was 7  
days.


Paul


On Apr 2, 2010, at 11:48 AM, Matthew Toseland wrote:


On Thursday 17 September 2009 06:37:52 freenet wrote:


On Sep 16, 2009, at 10:25 AM, Evan Daniel eva...@gmail.com wrote:


Message: 6
Date: Wed, 16 Sep 2009 12:46:22 -0400
From: Evan Daniel eva...@gmail.com
Subject: Re: [freenet-support] My node keeps loosing all it's  
opennet

connections
To: support@freenetproject.org
Message-ID:
4f9383510909160946r5bbe70f6rc6eb5069e95...@mail.gmail.com
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1

On Wed, Sep 16, 2009 at 11:10 AM, Matthew Toseland
t...@amphibian.dyndns.org wrote:

On Tuesday 15 September 2009 15:15:47 freenet wrote:

Every few days my node just looses all it's connections.

Restarting the node does not solve the problem. Usually I have to
shut
the node down completely for about two days. When I restart it,
after
about 10 minutes it starts getting connections. One time I
downloaded
a new seednodes.fref file and that seemed to get the connections
started again.

I think there is a bug where the node keeps trying to contact  
one or

two nodes on IP addresses that are no longer valid. For example,
this
time I see the following two errors over and over and over and  
over

again in the logs:

Sep 15, 2009 04:10:05:527 (freenet.io.comm.UdpSocketHandler,
PacketSender thread for 60973, ERROR): Error while sending  
packet to

128.222.3.103:18143: java.io.IOException: No route to host
java.io.IOException: No route to host
? ? ? at java.net.PlainDatagramSocketImpl.send(Native Method)
? ? ? at java.net.DatagramSocket.send(DatagramSocket.java:612)
? ? ? at
freenet.io.comm.UdpSocketHandler.sendPacket(UdpSocketHandler.java:
247)
? ? ? at
freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java: 
1794)

? ? ? at
freenet 
.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendAuthPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java:

1781)
? ? ? at
freenet
.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendAnonAuthPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java:
1739)
? ? ? at
freenet
.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendJFKMessage1(FNPPacketMangler.java:839)
? ? ? at
freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendHandshake(FNPPacketMangler.java:
2876)
? ? ? at freenet.node.PacketSender.realRun(PacketSender.java:247)
? ? ? at freenet.node.PacketSender.run(PacketSender.java:126)
? ? ? at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:637)
? ? ? at freenet.support.io.NativeThread.run(NativeThread.java: 
100)

Sep 15, 2009 04:10:10:555 (freenet.node.PeerManager, PacketSender
thread for 60973, NORMAL): Connected: 0 ?Routing Backed Off: 0 ? 
Too

New: 0 ?Too Old: 0 Disconnected: 14 ?Never Connected: 18 ?
Disabled: 0
Bursting: 1 ?Listening: 0 ?Listen Only: 0 ?Clock Problem: 0
Connection Problem: 0 ?Disconnecting: 0
Sep 15, 2009 04:10:13:471 (freenet.io.comm.UdpSocketHandler,
PacketSender thread for 60973, ERROR): Error while sending  
packet to

5.4.174.104:60115: java.io.IOException: No route to host
java.io.IOException: No route to host
? ? ? at java.net.PlainDatagramSocketImpl.send(Native Method)
? ? ? at java.net.DatagramSocket.send(DatagramSocket.java:612)
? ? ? at
freenet.io.comm.UdpSocketHandler.sendPacket(UdpSocketHandler.java:
247)
? ? ? at
freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java: 
1794)

? ? ? at
freenet 
.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendAuthPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java:

1781)
? ? ? at
freenet
.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendAnonAuthPacket(FNPPacketMangler.java:
1739)
? ? ? at
freenet
.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendJFKMessage1(FNPPacketMangler.java:839)
? ? ? at
freenet.node.FNPPacketMangler.sendHandshake(FNPPacketMangler.java:
2876)
? ? ? at freenet.node.PacketSender.realRun(PacketSender.java:247)
? ? ? at freenet.node.PacketSender.run(PacketSender.java:126)
? ? ? at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:637)
? ? ? at freenet.support.io.NativeThread.run(NativeThread.java: 
100)



My Internet connection is working fine. Those two IP addresses are
not
reachable and the node is stuck in a loop trying to get to them.  
One

other temporary fix was to edit the seednodes.fref file and remove
the
nodes with the unreachable IP addresses.

Freenet 0.7.5 Build #1233 build01233
Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771

# Java Version: 1.6.0_15
# JVM Vendor: Apple Inc.
# JVM Version: 14.1-b02-92
# OS Name: Mac OS X
# OS Version: 10.5.8
# OS Architecture: x86_64

Sure seems like a serious bug to me.


Sounds like a serious bug in your internet connection. We do indeed
repeatedly send handshaking packets to all our peers' IP addresses
and this is normal and expected behaviour if two of them have
invalid addresses.


The first of those IP addresses listed looks like my node.  I'm not
sure why it made that one public; it should be using
evanbd.dyndns.org.  That IP is indeed not routable to the outside
world; apparently my noderef is