Re: [freenet-support] freenet load always 100%

2003-11-11 Thread The Babbler

I run FreeBSD, with JDK 1.4 (jdk-1.4.1p4_1) and 4.9-STABLE kernel.

Free *is* very slow for me but I don't see loads  100%; in fact, the load 
numbers always seem fairly plausible.  Just a data point to tell you it's not 
universal.



On Monday 10 November 2003 11:16 pm, Damian Gerow wrote:
| I've been noticing some accessibility problems with my freenet install
| over the past couple of weeks.  Figuring that it was just a fresh node,
| and I'd done a number of restarts, I didn't bother looking into it.  But
| sometime yesterday, since I'd been up for almost five days, I poked a bit
| further and noticed that my load was floating between 120% and 180%.
|
| I read the error message ('This happens sometimes, don't worry, be
| happy') and didn't worry, and was happy.
|
| Well, I checked again tonight, and I'm sitting 200% at this point.  I
| have no incoming connections, but *tons* of outbound connections.  Even
| though I haven't actually been /using/ my node, just letting it run.
|
| Is this normal?  The load as I just checked it is 300%, and is always
| due to thread limit.  I can't actually *do* anything with my node, as
| everything takes ages to load (it's not entirely uncommon for, say,
| YoYo to take 30m to come up).
|
| FWIW, this is a FreeBSD-CURRENT system, with JDK1.4 installed.  It
| could be a problem with the JRE, as 1.4 is still considered beta quality.
| I'm running Freenet build 5031.
|
| Just wondering if anyone else has seen this, or has suggestions to fix.
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Re: [freenet-support] freenet load always 100%

2003-11-11 Thread Damian Gerow
Thus spake The Babbler [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06:24:30 11/11/03:
: I run FreeBSD, with JDK 1.4 (jdk-1.4.1p4_1) and 4.9-STABLE kernel.
: 
: Free *is* very slow for me but I don't see loads  100%; in fact, the load 
: numbers always seem fairly plausible.  Just a data point to tell you it's not 
: universal.

Thanks!

Anyone running under 5-CURRENT?  It's good to see that it's working for
someone, just wondering if perhaps all the threading changes have made
a difference.

Or maybe my node is just overloaded...
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Re: [freenet-support] freenet load always 100%

2003-11-11 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Thus spake The Babbler [EMAIL PROTECTED] [06:24:30 11/11/03:
: I run FreeBSD, with JDK 1.4 (jdk-1.4.1p4_1) and 4.9-STABLE kernel.
: 
: Free *is* very slow for me but I don't see loads  100%; in fact, the load 
: numbers always seem fairly plausible.  Just a data point to tell you it's not 
: universal.

Thanks!

Anyone running under 5-CURRENT?  It's good to see that it's working for
someone, just wondering if perhaps all the threading changes have made
a difference.

Or maybe my node is just overloaded...

if you've got only thread problems, try this:

- stop the node
- edit your freenet.ini or freenet.conf file with a text editor
- replace %maximumThreads=120 with maximumThreads=300 (note: the '%' is gone!)
- replace %threadFactory=Q with threadFactory=Y (note: no '%' anymore)
- restart the node

this will replace the thread factory implementation and raises the limit of how many 
threads are allowed to run to 300

you may reduce 300 to something lower if your machine experiences slowdown. for me the 
settings Y,300 worked even *better* than Q,120




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[freenet-support] Issues with servlet/nodestatus/ocmContents.html

2003-11-11 Thread Pete
Here's what I'm running freenet on

Architecture and Operating System  
   
Architecture x86 
Available processors 1 
Operating System Windows XP 
OS Version 5.1 
  
Java Virtual Machine  
   
JVM Vendor Sun Microsystems Inc. 
JVM Name Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM 
JVM Version 1.4.2_02-b03 
 
Has anyone got any ideas why the line graphs on
servlet/nodestatus/ocmContents.html don't load in mozilla/opera for me?
(well In IE as well but I shouldn't admit to that)

Cheers

Pete

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Re: [freenet-support] FreeBSD - seednodes?

2003-11-11 Thread Toad
On Sun, Sep 21, 2003 at 10:35:38AM -0700, Todd Walton wrote:
 On Sun, 21 Sep 2003, Todd wrote:
 
  I've installed freenet-0.5.2.r1 on FreeBSD 5.1 with jdk-1.3.1p8_2 from 
  ports.
 
 Then you want the pre-NIO version of Freenet.  jdk-1.3.1 can't handle NIO, 
 I believe.
 
 Download, I think:
 http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/freenet-nio-061803.jar

I doubt very much that that will work... lastGoodBuild is 5029...

 
 Rename it freenet.jar.  Start node.
 
  Also, the normal start and stop scripts are different than what I 
  encounter in the documentation online. The following are the only 
  commands I know about:
  Usage: /usr/local/bin/freenet
 
 Where did you get your installation from?  If it's from ports then the 
 scripts were probably tailored, which is why they're different.
 
 If you download from freenetproject.org, there's no 
 /usr/local/bin/freenet.  The whole thing lives in it's own directory, 
 including the commands.
 
  So if I get an updated seed node, do I just need to replace the 
  seednode.ref file and restart freenet (freenet -i) or is there something 
  further that must be done before it will use the new seednodes?
 
 If you're using the freenetproject.org install, you'd replace 
 seednodes.ref and the node would automatically detect it, if it's newer 
 than what it already has.
 
 If you're using FreeBSD's version of freenet, you'll probably have to ask 
 it's maintainer (unless somebody else here uses FreeBSD).
 
 -todd
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Re: [freenet-support] FreeBSD - seednodes?

2003-11-11 Thread Toad
On Mon, Sep 22, 2003 at 04:57:33PM -, Matthew P. Cashdollar wrote:
 Todd said:
  Thank you Matthew, that is exactly what I needed.
 
  I installed JDK 1.4.1 and wget, ran update.sh, changed java to javavm in
   the scripts and it appears to be working.
  I did set ipDetectorInterval=0, was on 10, but I'm not sure why that was
   needed?
 
 I turned it off because it was just filling up my log file with error
 messages.  You can try turning it on, but I doubt it will work.
 
 It shouldn't matter if it is off because as far as I know it is only used
 to update the IP address if it changes.  My IP address doesn't change, so
 I don't need it.

IF you have forced it in your config file, yes. Have you? Otherwise your
node will assume it is transient because it doesn't know it's IP
address.
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Fw: [freenet-support] help

2003-11-11 Thread Dave Hooper
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To: Dave Hooper [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Monday, November 10, 2003 5:13 PM
Subject: Re: [freenet-support] help


 ok...it seems to be working alot better now. Stuck a
 pin throught my firewall, it hicupped for a while then
 just started working. HHmmm???

 Well now I have a new question. I let freenet run for
 days and it never gets any faster, also th3ere are
 only a couple portals that will show up, all others
 say data not found. Anyways... lets take a stab at
 the speed
 issue.

 this is what it reports on the General Information
 page.
 ---
 Current routingTime 1938ms
 Curent messageSendTimeRequest 36ms
 Pooled threads running jobs 48 (40%)
 Pooled threads which are idle 27
 Outbound request quota used 9/300 (3.0%)
 Reason for QueryRejecting requests: Estimated load
 (99.1%)  overloadLow (85%)
 It's normal for the node to sometimes reject
 connections or requests for a limited period. If
 you're seeing rejections continuously the node is
 overloaded or something is wrong (i.e. a bug).
 Current estimated load 99.1% [QueryRejecting all
 incoming requests!]
 Reason for load: Load due to thread limit = 40%
 Load due to routingTime = 99.1% = 85% + 15% *
 (1938.660 - 1000.000) / 1000.000  overloadLow (85%)
 Load due to messageSendTimeRequest = 80.2% = 85% + 15%
 * (36.253 - 1000.000) / 3000.000 = overloadLow (85%)

 Here are my Recent Logs'

 Time Message Exception
 08:42:37 Upstream node connection died for
 freenet.node.states.request.TransferReply:
 key=0a0a313bfcf00f12d17c495e2d2b98da30cea45f120302,
 hopsToLive=20, id=69654bb9aeae0031,
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

(0a0a313bfcf00f12d17c495e2d2b98da30cea45f120302,request),ft=freenet.node.sta
[EMAIL PROTECTED]@1068482557677,
 routedTime=1068482167716, replyTime=1068482175968,
 outwardSender=null null
 08:42:37 Upstream node connection died for
 freenet.node.states.request.TransferReply:
 key=1560430e2a365c794e24d30e335154c620abbb9f110302,
 hopsToLive=25, id=5087409fa355adf4,
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

(1560430e2a365c794e24d30e335154c620abbb9f110302,request),ft=freenet.node.sta
[EMAIL PROTECTED]@1068482557857,
 routedTime=1068482155709, replyTime=1068482157772,
 outwardSender=null null
 08:42:38 Upstream node connection died for
 freenet.node.states.request.TransferReply:
 key=04f7c2af412a85b0d17a9d9ca3c9a00b047438bb120302,
 hopsToLive=19, id=90faed732bae653f,
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

(04f7c2af412a85b0d17a9d9ca3c9a00b047438bb120302,request),ft=freenet.node.sta
[EMAIL PROTECTED]@1068482558648,
 routedTime=1068482184430, replyTime=1068482188346,
 outwardSender=null null
 08:42:38 Upstream node connection died for
 freenet.node.states.request.TransferReply:
 key=e607031ef9c83de25bef04ac162b1cf2cd3d9504120302,
 hopsToLive=20, id=df0de14977b9eedf,
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

(e607031ef9c83de25bef04ac162b1cf2cd3d9504120302,request),ft=freenet.node.sta
[EMAIL PROTECTED]@1068482558698,
 routedTime=1068482167526, replyTime=1068482172573,
 outwardSender=null null
 08:42:38 Upstream node connection died for
 freenet.node.states.request.TransferReply:
 key=1da5ac14790658494b641dceaa7e9f8cf9532c13120302,
 hopsToLive=15, id=464c4265fb77b0f6,
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

(1da5ac14790658494b641dceaa7e9f8cf9532c13120302,request),ft=freenet.node.sta
[EMAIL PROTECTED]@1068482558728,
 routedTime=1068482153155, replyTime=1068482154427,
 outwardSender=null null
 08:42:39 Upstream node connection died for
 freenet.node.states.request.TransferReply:
 key=90fe3d2d4bdff207e39186361019741b608bd130120302,
 hopsToLive=20, id=c99bb0360133e642,
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

(90fe3d2d4bdff207e39186361019741b608bd130120302,request),ft=freenet.node.sta
[EMAIL PROTECTED]@1068482559039,
 routedTime=1068482183950, replyTime=1068482184971,
 outwardSender=null null
 08:47:00 Upstream node connection died for
 freenet.node.states.request.TransferReply:
 key=c0c076553941d24ba860ac4233570b935bbb7ef6110302,
 hopsToLive=22, id=8e266c8cd89da02a,
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

(c0c076553941d24ba860ac4233570b935bbb7ef6110302,request),ft=freenet.node.sta
[EMAIL PROTECTED]@1068482820515,
 routedTime=1068482193734, replyTime=1068482471583,
 outwardSender=null null
 08:47:12 Upstream node connection died for
 freenet.node.states.request.TransferReply:
 key=ad919f7d4160bee55e80dd204f0a2e25734e1701110302,
 hopsToLive=22, id=206db6910e282df9,
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

(ad919f7d4160bee55e80dd204f0a2e25734e1701110302,request),ft=freenet.node.sta
[EMAIL PROTECTED]@1068482832913,
 routedTime=1068482227152, replyTime=1068482299566,
 outwardSender=null null
 08:48:05 Upstream node connection died for
 freenet.node.states.request.TransferReply:
 key=fe99777c68afd63ba9e260ada96291e4975f335a120302,
 hopsToLive=19, id=56584ea132823431,
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]

(fe99777c68afd63ba9e260ada96291e4975f335a120302,request),ft=freenet.node.sta
[EMAIL PROTECTED]@1068482885368,
 routedTime=1068482055315, replyTime=1068482279897,
 outwardSender=null null
 08:48:28 Upstream node connection died for
 

Re: [freenet-support] View Freenet.log

2003-11-11 Thread Dave Hooper
   For the first time today I discovered the right-click Menu on the View
   Freenetlog.  I'm well trained.  I don't expect a menu on a grayed
 window!
 
  huh?

 Up until this event (above) the only way I could get anything from the
View
 window for freenet.log was to mark it, then use ctrl-c and then use ctrl-v
 to put the marked material somewhere useful.

But if you wanted to *get* information from the logfile, you wouldn't use
tail -f ... would you?  You'd actually get sections from the logfile
itself.  So why should the windows viewer be any different?  (excepting that
the Copy To Clipboard currently doesn't work)

  That View window does not
 have a white client window-field implying in the Windows world that it was
 likely a unmarkable window, thus unable to extract material from it

Dude, *WHAT PLANET ARE YOU ON* ?!  Most grey text windows are markable!

 -- like
 Microsoft is so helpful about in all it's message windows, so you will be
 much frustrated in trying to report error message content -- frustrated
 because most of us are not perfect typists and usually include at least
one
 or two incorrect characters and a missed or added word or two.

Right which is why I included the 'mark' functionality just in case anybody
wanted it.  I never claimed it would be perfect but it's totally consistent
with microsoft.  Non-white client windows imply UN-EDITABLE, not
UN-MARKABLE!!

The button
 at the bottom has always seemed to imply that one can copy out some
 material from that View window for the freenet.log file.  No such luck

Because I never wrote the code to do it ...

 unless one discovers that there is a unimplied right-click window-menu
that
 allows some options that are the method for marking so that the button
 actually has something accessible for it to paste somewhere.

That popup menu is *ALWAYS THERE ON EVERY TEXT WINDOW*.  You actually ever
used Windows before?!

  There is
 nothing on/in the clip board unless one uses this right-click pop-window
 menu.

Hm, so if you don't select Copy then nothing appears in the clipboard.
Why are you surprised?

 Other methods can mark in the client field of the window (usually a
 no-no, i.e.,  no-action, but grayed windows, even when they have one or
 both scroll bars commonly do not permit marking.

Commonly in what sense?  Dude, pick ANY file on your harddrive, right
click it, select Properties, and look at EVERYTHING you can mark...  on the
grey property page...

  Here you can mark, but
 the marker material is not transferred to the clipboard so the clip board
 does not know about it.

Marking something in windows **NEVER** automatically copies to clipboard.
You must be on crack.

 This is the kind of things that mass distributions
 of software frequently find as unconvential application of abilities
even
 when the public user has no idea how the software works.  That view window
 into the freenet.log file has been one of my greatest frustrations.

Don't f**king use it then.  It's not really very unconventional at all.  It
works almost exactly like tail -f but in a Window.  It has the added bonus
of infinite scrollback.  And the button marked Copy To Clipboard does not
work because it hasn't been implemented.

 The next was having nothing appearing useful in the log file until in
 reached a few megs and then trying to extract the last two dozen lines to
 send to someone who can read log files and having the results disappear
 without being read, OR sending the entire log file and having it discarded
 by the mail system.  Then a message, could you send it again?

Jesus, if you want to extract a whole bunch of lines from the end of the
logfile, say any logfile, say ANY FILE, you pick an editor, load the file,
mark off the last few lines, delete the rest of the file, and paste THAT
into your email.  You don't copy and paste manually from a shell prompt
running tail -f, you don't email the entire file.  How come you find it so
hard?!


d

bad mood, sorry.  forced to go study for exams, thought that shit was long
behind me

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[freenet-support] [Dharmadoer7@aol.com: (no subject)]

2003-11-11 Thread Toad
Any ideas? I don't really know the windows stuff...

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To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Hi..had a couple of correspondences with you and appreciated the 
throroughness of the replies. If not you, one of you.  In the email you strongly 
suggested 
that, due to technical reasons, i should uninstall Freenet.  The problem is 
that everytime I try to follow the clear process, I always get the same message 
- You must turn off Freenet before you can uninstall, or the equivelant, 
despite the fact that not only have I already turned it off, but have also 
confirmed the fact that I'd done so.  

Please tell me what the necessary steps are to uninstall Freenet.

Thanks,

chris

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Re: [freenet-support] [Dharmadoer7@aol.com: (no subject)]

2003-11-11 Thread Dave Hooper
 Have you verified, using the task manager, that all processes associated
 with freenet is gone?

That shouldn't be necessary, if it is then Something Bad is going on

 Use the task manager to kill of any (or any unwanted if you run multiple
 java apps on your computer) java.exe processes and any freenet.exe process
 then start the uninstaller again.

The java process is javaw.exe not java.exe by the way.
However, if you've done this and the uninstaller still won't work, please
reply and we'll try and figure out what's wrong.

d

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Re: [freenet-support] [Dharmadoer7@aol.com: (no subject)]

2003-11-11 Thread Roger Hayter
Something along the lines of:  for win9x use close program dialog 
reached by CTRL-ALT-DELETE;  for win2k, XP use task manager (reached 
unexpectedly or by right clicking on the grey bit at the bottom of the 
screen).  Kill/close/stop anything with java or freenet in the name. 
I am assuming nothing important is likely to be using Java.  Then try 
again with uninstalling.   Manual un-installation will have to await 
someone who knows something about the Windows installation, but I don't 
think it used to put anything in the registry, which makes it fairly 
easy.

Oh, and reboot often, but make sure there is nothing in the StartUp 
folder that is going to restart Freenet when you reboot.

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In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Toad 
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes
Any ideas? I don't really know the windows stuff...

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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: (no subject)
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Hi..had a couple of correspondences with you and appreciated the
throroughness of the replies. If not you, one of you.  In the email you 
strongly suggested
that, due to technical reasons, i should uninstall Freenet.  The problem is
that everytime I try to follow the clear process, I always get the same 
message
- You must turn off Freenet before you can uninstall, or the equivelant,
despite the fact that not only have I already turned it off, but have also
confirmed the fact that I'd done so.

Please tell me what the necessary steps are to uninstall Freenet.

Thanks,

chris

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Re: [freenet-support] [Dharmadoer7@aol.com: (no subject)]

2003-11-11 Thread Roger Hayter
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Dave Hooper 
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes
Have you verified, using the task manager, that all processes associated
with freenet is gone?
That shouldn't be necessary, if it is then Something Bad is going on
Something Bad in a Java sense, rather than an OS sense I hope.  Older 
versions of Freenet combined with older versions of Java often used to 
spawn java processes which were not killed by killing the parent process 
in Linux and Windows in my experience, which was mainly on 
under-powered/low RAM computers.



Use the task manager to kill of any (or any unwanted if you run multiple
java apps on your computer) java.exe processes and any freenet.exe process
then start the uninstaller again.
The java process is javaw.exe not java.exe by the way.
However, if you've done this and the uninstaller still won't work, please
reply and we'll try and figure out what's wrong.
d

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Re: [freenet-support] [Dharmadoer7@aol.com: (no subject)]

2003-11-11 Thread Salah Coronya
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Roger Hayter wrote:
| Something along the lines of:  for win9x use close
program dialog
| reached by CTRL-ALT-DELETE;  for win2k, XP use
task manager (reached
| unexpectedly or by right clicking on the grey bit at
the bottom of the
| screen).  Kill/close/stop anything with java or
freenet in the name.
| I am assuming nothing important is likely to be
using Java.  Then try
| again with uninstalling.   Manual un-installation
will have to await
| someone who knows something about the Windows
installation, but I don't
| think it used to put anything in the registry, which
makes it fairly easy.
|
| Oh, and reboot often, but make sure there is nothing
in the StartUp
| folder that is going to restart Freenet when you
reboot.
|
|

Or you can always uninstall Freenet in Safe Mode if
all else fails.

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[freenet-support] Fuqid keeps stalling out?

2003-11-11 Thread Robert



Whenever my downloads get to the 70-90% range, they 
slow down to a crawl and just don't finish. I've tried reinstalling freenet and 
fuqid several times. I used to be able to get complete downloads pretty 
regularly before the last couple of weeks.Would it be better to use my 
browser forretrieving or frost, instead of fuqid? Could this be due to 
using the default seednodes.ref file? Any advice much 
appreciated.
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Re: [freenet-support] [Dharmadoer7@aol.com: (no subject)]

2003-11-11 Thread Nicholas Sturm
On windows a node does sometimes fail to shut down.  And resource usage
seems to sky rocket.  The rabbit disappears in such cases.


 [Original Message]
 From: Dave Hooper [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Date: 11/11/2003 5:26:20 PM
 Subject: Re: [freenet-support] [EMAIL PROTECTED]: (no subject)]

  Have you verified, using the task manager, that all processes associated
  with freenet is gone?

 That shouldn't be necessary, if it is then Something Bad is going on

  Use the task manager to kill of any (or any unwanted if you run multiple
  java apps on your computer) java.exe processes and any freenet.exe
process
  then start the uninstaller again.

 The java process is javaw.exe not java.exe by the way.
 However, if you've done this and the uninstaller still won't work, please
 reply and we'll try and figure out what's wrong.

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Re: [freenet-support] freenet load always 100%

2003-11-11 Thread Damian Gerow
Thus spake [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] [16:34:02 11/11/03:
: Anyone running under 5-CURRENT?  It's good to see that it's working for
: someone, just wondering if perhaps all the threading changes have made
: a difference.
: 
: Or maybe my node is just overloaded...
: 
: if you've got only thread problems, try this:
: 
: - stop the node
: - edit your freenet.ini or freenet.conf file with a text editor
: - replace %maximumThreads=120 with maximumThreads=300 (note: the '%' is gone!)
: - replace %threadFactory=Q with threadFactory=Y (note: no '%' anymore)
: - restart the node
: 
: this will replace the thread factory implementation and raises the limit of how many 
threads are allowed to run to 300

Thanks.  I was hoping to avoid upping the number of threads, but I must admit,
I have no idea what the different threadFactory's are.

: you may reduce 300 to something lower if your machine experiences slowdown. for me 
the settings Y,300 worked even *better* than Q,120

Nope, I should be fine running at 300 or so.  When I move this over to a
dedicated machine, I'll probably drop it, as it's not as beefy as my
current machine.
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RE: [freenet-support] Fuqid keeps stalling out?

2003-11-11 Thread Pete
Set fuqids retries to about 25, basically whats happening is a
dissemination of data, meaning freenet is spreading the data making it
harder to retreive, using the browser to retrieve a file won't help your
efforts much as fuqid is dedicated to retrieving files from freenet a
mainstream browser isn't ;)

With Frost you'd will probably find the same retrieval patterns as your
seeing with Fuqid.

Pete
Oh a question in return what freenet build are you running?
 
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Whenever my downloads get to the 70-90% range, they slow down to a crawl
and just don't finish. I've tried reinstalling freenet and fuqid several
times. I used to be able to get complete downloads pretty regularly
before the last couple of weeks. Would it be better to use my browser
for retrieving or frost, instead of fuqid? Could this be due to using
the default seednodes.ref file? Any advice much appreciated.


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Re: [freenet-support] Fuqid keeps stalling out?

2003-11-11 Thread Robert
build 5032 - thanks for the info

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 Set fuqids retries to about 25, basically whats happening is a
 dissemination of data, meaning freenet is spreading the data making it
 harder to retreive, using the browser to retrieve a file won't help your
 efforts much as fuqid is dedicated to retrieving files from freenet a
 mainstream browser isn't ;)
 
 With Frost you'd will probably find the same retrieval patterns as your
 seeing with Fuqid.
 
 Pete
 Oh a question in return what freenet build are you running?
  
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 Subject: [freenet-support] Fuqid keeps stalling out?
 
 
 Whenever my downloads get to the 70-90% range, they slow down to a crawl
 and just don't finish. I've tried reinstalling freenet and fuqid several
 times. I used to be able to get complete downloads pretty regularly
 before the last couple of weeks. Would it be better to use my browser
 for retrieving or frost, instead of fuqid? Could this be due to using
 the default seednodes.ref file? Any advice much appreciated.
 
 
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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet Stable Build 5032

2003-11-11 Thread Jens Skripczynski
Hi,

good job !

These releases give me a feeling something is working and it is communicated
to the community interested in the information.

Toad:
 Freenet stable build 5032 is now available. Use your update utility to
 upgrade (freenet-webinstall.exe or update.sh depending on platform). It
 is also available from
 http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/freenet-latest.jar (stop your node, 
 install this over your current freenet.jar, start your node).
 Changes:
 * LOTS OF BUG FIXES, in fairly important areas. Examples:
 - Estimates of transfer rates could be ludicrously high.
 - The global success time estimator wasn't (wasn't always?) written out
   on Windows, leading to bad routing on startup.
 - Don't drop our best nodes while restarting because they aren't
   connected yet, if they have recent successes.
 - Fix announcements to nodes not in the routing table or otherwise
   connected.
 - Fix bug in padding a trailer out when we abort it, may have caused
   connections to be closed for no good reason.
 - Some NullPointerExceptions.
 * Major changes to the failure table (system that tries to reduce load
   from retries of recently failed keys)
 - Fixed architectural bugs, should increase effectiveness.
 - Implement secondary failure table, which has been described
   recently, to improve accuracy of estimators and statistics using an
   extension to the failure table.
 * Various new diagnostic variables: outputBytesTrailingAttempted,
   searchFailedCount, diffSuccessSearchTime, absDiffSuccessSearchTime,
   diffTransferRate, absDiffTransferRate, routingSuccessRatioCHK. All are
   documented on the Diagnostics page in the node status servlet.
 * Major changes to the Open Connections page, Peers mode is now default,
   and is extremely verbose.
 * Show an estimate of nodes' max and min estimated transfer rates on the
   routing table summary page.
 * Internal code improvements, improved logging etc.
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