Re: [freenet-support] Stable build 5074

2004-03-12 Thread howard
Well I've tried hard to achieve node stability with build 5074. Here's what
has transpired.

Mac OS X 10.2.8 running pre-new-seed refresh build 50XX on a iBook 800Mhz,
640MB, 30Gig drive, over a cable modem and Airport router with no stability
issues just poor performance.

Decide to upgrade to Mac OS X 10.3.2 for some of those wonderful OS
features. The iBook, she begins over a period of days to kernal panic crash.
Had not seen those for a very long time. Nortons 8.0 could not resolve the
crashes after several attempts.

Decide to format the drive and reinstall clean Mac OS X 10.3.2. After
rebuilding the system and finally got Freenet 5074 reinstalled, things were
looking great. Freenet was working much faster and reliable than ever
before.

However, Freenet 5074 would not keep running for more thant 6 to 8 hours,
after which time, the Activity monitor would say 150MB of real memory was in
use, but the web client would stop responding.

Then the Apple Java update to JVM 1.4.2 was installed. Now Freenet 5074
after 6 to 8 hours not only stops, but I'm back to the kernal panic
crashing.

The iBook will run fine doing all manner of other things, play movies,
server a complicated PHP, SQL web site, handle mail, play all manner of
games with any problems.

On 3/5/04 9:53 PM, Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Freenet stable build 5074 is now available. The snapshots will have been
 updated sometime in the next few hours. Once that has happened, you can get
 build 5074 via the update.sh script on Linux, BSD, or OS/X, or use the
 freenet-webinstall.exe utility to update on Windows, or get
 the jar from http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/freenet-latest.jar .
 All stable branch users should upgrade.
 
 Major changes:
 * Fixed a major memory leak.
 * Fixed a minor routing problem (the overall probability estimators,
 used for various purposes, were always exactly 1.0).
 * Fixed a more major routing problem (very high routing table churn caused
 by us being too quick to poach references from requestors).
 * Lots of changes to the HTML interface to the node; hirvox has been
 doing lots of good work on this. The new template system will be much
 more flexible.
 * New diagnostic var inputBytes.
 * Lots of minor changes, optimizations, etc.

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Re: [freenet-support] Re: slowdom in freeville

2004-03-12 Thread Toad
On Fri, Mar 12, 2004 at 12:16:17AM +0100, Michael Schierl wrote:
 Someone [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
 
  I get many of these (using FIW 0.08):
 
  #11 02 ***RouteNF *removed* (Chunk 6) [42/42/42]
 
  they can't be right as I only have 50 nodes in my routing table and a max
  connections number of 100.
 
 Hehe. That 42/42/42 (do you know Douglas Adam's Hitchhiker's guide to
 the galaxy?) is just a code for bad things happend as any other
 combination of at least twice 42.
 
 In that case it means that an insert returned a DNF message which is
 invalid according to the spec and thus treated as a RNF. (RFC1122
 Robustness principle). Toad told me that he had fixed that but most
 likely he hasn't...
 
  I also get quite some of these:
 
  java.io.IOException: Premature end of stream
  at fiw.fcp.FCPMessage.readMessage(FCPMessage.java:34)
  at fiw.fcp.FCPConn.insertStream(FCPConn.java:263)
 
 Hmm. Why does fred close his connections prematurely? It's not because
 you are restarting fred?

I don't think it does. It's probably a socket timeout on FIW's end.
 
  It also complains very often that it can't fetch an inserted chunk, while I
  can fetch it without a problem through fproxy. This leads to continous insert
  retries whitout FIW inserting the mapfile.
 
 set the default priority in advanced settings so that the mapfile is
 inserted first. This should speed your insert up somehow. Then you
 can disable to ignore local datastore. This will make your insert
 much faster, but much less reliable as well. I don't know what FUQID
 is doing, but if it does similar things, I understand that insert is
 faster.
 
 Greets mihi
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Re: [freenet-support] Usability improvement ideas

2004-03-12 Thread Christopher Brian Jack


  There _has_ to be a question when installing asking the
  user if he/she pays for bandwidth (esp outgoing) and set the configuration in
  Freenet accordingly - bad press resulting from Joe Doe installing Freenet and
  getting $1000 bills (think NZ, OZ) isn't good.

 Hmm. Good idea. However, I'm not sure that you CAN run a freenet ndoe
 with any reasonable performance if it's limited to 3GB/mo as is common
 in oz. Technically, the solution is the average bandwidth limiter.
 However this is not known to work well (it is pretty much untested since
 NIO), mostly because no developers have that sort of connection. Perhaps
 we should put some effort in, but I'm not sure that it's proportionate
 as users with such connections won't get much out of or contribute much
 to Freenet. Yes, it might be useful for the occasional content author,
 so it IS worth thinking about; it's just that they'll be put off by the
 dire performance implied.

But I'm not a developer and I do need to keep a leash on the bandwidth my
node produces.  I've set it to 24576 in/24576 out  so hopefully overall I
won't be leaching more than 48KiB/sec.  I share a network with a friend
who pays the bill (has a 50G/month limit) and I'd like to have a present,
but, limited network bandwidth profile.  He was really leary of letting me
run a freenet node and he's all but banned kazaa and other related progs
from being used by his roommates.

  Better portals. People _don't_ want links to child pornography (no, I don't want
  a discussion, flamefest etc, I'm talking the general public who want to USE
  Freenet) to be the first thing they see. Instead the top portal should contain
  links like the Diebold one, the Scientology Bible etc. Advertise the fact that
  Freedom of Speach is the central issue.

This doesn't sound like such a bad idea.  I'm sure persons delivering the
really disgusting content have other channels for disseminator their keys.
But I think freenet itself handles this problem.  The very fact I'm
getting DNF's is testment to the fact the freenet is very efficient (maybe
a little too so) at weeding out stuff not accessed much like child
pornagraphy with more active datastore things like stuff being censored by
the DMCA and stuff (becuase that's a very hot topic right now).

Freenet pretty much handles the child pornography on its own due to the
way infrequently used data is preempted for newer data; and likely to
require a lot of work of its maintainer (frequent inserts becuase it will
degrade in the network rapidly becuase IMHO not a lot of people wish too
see that material so they never request it - even more so because these
are images and possibly even likely to be splitfiles - makes the
maintenance to make the material accessible without the infamous DNF a lot
of work for the maintainer of such sites).

On the other hand the file degradation feature tends to be bad for trendy
things.  Where the first month a resource is placed into the network (oh
an example I like, such as an anime fansub) and then it idles and erodes
away.  It frustrates the heck out of me becuase the freesite that links to
one video I'd like to see is *still* there but the 700M video DNFs all
over the place (it's a splitfile) while trying to fetch it.

 Somebody want to maintain a freesite that links to controversial
 material but doesn't link to illegal material? A lot of it is a matter
 of judgement and personal ethics - Thought Crime links to Mein Kampf and
 an article on bestiality as well as a lot of overtly political stuff.
 Anyway, YoYo's Controversy section is a good start.

My thought on the home freesite links is that a good starter freesite
should appeal to the majority of people and have the darker side of the
freenet not bluntly proclaimed on the first page the freenet user sees.
Splitting adult content away from general content/freenet/freedom links
(ie having a single link to a separate freesite index for adult material
may be a start in the right direction).  This will at least make the first
contact palatable for *anyone* entering the home freesite.

Something that might also be good is have some duplication of material
that isn't controversial, illegal, or typically censored (ie: kid-safe
freesites, educational sites and the lot).  So that the freenet looks more
like the internet.  This will encourage more people to use freenodes to
access content.  Hitting heavy on the no popups or banner ads slogan
needs to be flogged way more than it's mere mention in the documentation
now.  I think a good one is run a banner on normal internet sites: run
your own website!  no size limit, no space limit!  think this is a lie
[click here] (links to freenet.sf.net).  Another idea might be to
encourage people to mirror their sites onto freenet if they are on
gee-oh-sh*tties or yoohoo/homestead with their grossly commercialized
page extras forced onto their clients' websites and add a link [to view
this site without ads click here].  Which should link to a 

Re: [freenet-support] This error is showing up in my logs a LOT

2004-03-12 Thread Christopher Brian Jack


On Thu, 11 Mar 2004, Toad wrote:

 Date: Thu, 11 Mar 2004 17:46:55 +
 From: Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: Christopher Brian Jack [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: Re: [freenet-support] This error is showing up in my logs a LOT

 I'd guess it was a problem with the OS, or the JVM. You can however work
 around it by setting ipAddress=my ip address and ipDetectorInterval=0
 in the config file (remove any preceding %'s or #'s first), and of
 course restarting the node.

The automatic config update checker won't catch this change?
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Re: [freenet-support] need a program to crawl links in freenet

2004-03-12 Thread Phillip Hutchings
On 12/03/2004, at 11:09 AM, Nicholas Sturm wrote:

Please provide reference to a good glossary.
I tried it (in a sandbox Linux account, which is absoltely the minimum
precaution anyone should take if running code downloaded from an
untrusted anonymous source) and it seems to work pretty nicely.
Is sandbox just Linux term or does it have broader application?
It refers to any environment that's been secured so only necessary 
applications are available to anything running as that user. It means 
that no unnecessary things, such as access to system password files, 
access to compilers, any setuid binaries etc are not allowed. Any 
untrusted code should be run in such an account, so it can't screw up 
your system.

Java itself runs in a sandbox of sorts. Especially applets.

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Re: [freenet-support] need a program to crawl links in freenet

2004-03-12 Thread Toad
On Thu, Mar 11, 2004 at 05:09:09PM -0500, Nicholas Sturm wrote:
 Please provide reference to a good glossary.
 
  I tried it (in a sandbox Linux account, which is absoltely the minimum
  precaution anyone should take if running code downloaded from an
  untrusted anonymous source) and it seems to work pretty nicely.
 
 Is sandbox just Linux term or does it have broader application?

It basically means a sort of virtual computer within the computer, the
idea being to limit the damage that can be done by untrusted code. An
example would be, if you download some software that might be useful but
you don't know whether it is safe, you might run it on a spare PC that
isn't connected to the others and doesn't do anything else. A sandbox
does the same thing but in software: you can run untrusted code, in a
box, where it can't inflict too much harm on the rest of the system.
User Mode Linux is a popular way to do this on linux, and is used for
some hosting systems. On Windows... VMWare would be an option, perhaps.
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Re: [freenet-support] This error is showing up in my logs a LOT

2004-03-12 Thread Toad
On Thu, Mar 11, 2004 at 12:13:58PM -0800, Christopher Brian Jack wrote:
 
 
 On Thu, 11 Mar 2004, Toad wrote:
 
  Date: Thu, 11 Mar 2004 17:46:55 +
  From: Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  To: Christopher Brian Jack [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  Subject: Re: [freenet-support] This error is showing up in my logs a LOT
 
  I'd guess it was a problem with the OS, or the JVM. You can however work
  around it by setting ipAddress=my ip address and ipDetectorInterval=0
  in the config file (remove any preceding %'s or #'s first), and of
  course restarting the node.
 
 The automatic config update checker won't catch this change?

I doubt it.
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Re: [freenet-support] Usability improvement ideas

2004-03-12 Thread Toad
On Thu, Mar 11, 2004 at 12:11:25PM -0800, Christopher Brian Jack wrote:
 
 
   There _has_ to be a question when installing asking the
   user if he/she pays for bandwidth (esp outgoing) and set the configuration in
   Freenet accordingly - bad press resulting from Joe Doe installing Freenet and
   getting $1000 bills (think NZ, OZ) isn't good.
 
  Hmm. Good idea. However, I'm not sure that you CAN run a freenet ndoe
  with any reasonable performance if it's limited to 3GB/mo as is common
  in oz. Technically, the solution is the average bandwidth limiter.
  However this is not known to work well (it is pretty much untested since
  NIO), mostly because no developers have that sort of connection. Perhaps
  we should put some effort in, but I'm not sure that it's proportionate
  as users with such connections won't get much out of or contribute much
  to Freenet. Yes, it might be useful for the occasional content author,
  so it IS worth thinking about; it's just that they'll be put off by the
  dire performance implied.
 
 But I'm not a developer and I do need to keep a leash on the bandwidth my
 node produces.  I've set it to 24576 in/24576 out  so hopefully overall I
 won't be leaching more than 48KiB/sec.  I share a network with a friend
 who pays the bill (has a 50G/month limit) and I'd like to have a present,
 but, limited network bandwidth profile.  He was really leary of letting me
 run a freenet node and he's all but banned kazaa and other related progs
 from being used by his roommates.

Does it stick to the input limit? Also, the output limit is a little
advisory - the node should very rarely use more than 40-50% over the
limit, but it may use over 100% for longish periods. However it should
average out because of rate limiting. Anyway, we know that the bandwidth
limiters, especially the output bandwidth limiters, are vital for
freenet to be widely adopted, that is why we have put so much effort
into them. The point I was making was that many users have far more
restrictive limits than the above - 3GB/mo works out to 1.2kB/sec!
50GB/mo works out to 20kB/sec... I suspect you may have problems with
the above...
 
   Better portals. People _don't_ want links to child pornography (no, I don't want
   a discussion, flamefest etc, I'm talking the general public who want to USE
   Freenet) to be the first thing they see. Instead the top portal should contain
   links like the Diebold one, the Scientology Bible etc. Advertise the fact that
   Freedom of Speach is the central issue.
 
 This doesn't sound like such a bad idea.  I'm sure persons delivering the
 really disgusting content have other channels for disseminator their keys.
 But I think freenet itself handles this problem.  The very fact I'm
 getting DNF's is testment to the fact the freenet is very efficient (maybe
 a little too so) at weeding out stuff not accessed much like child
 pornagraphy with more active datastore things like stuff being censored by
 the DMCA and stuff (becuase that's a very hot topic right now).
 
 Freenet pretty much handles the child pornography on its own due to the
 way infrequently used data is preempted for newer data; and likely to
 require a lot of work of its maintainer (frequent inserts becuase it will
 degrade in the network rapidly becuase IMHO not a lot of people wish too
 see that material so they never request it - even more so because these
 are images and possibly even likely to be splitfiles - makes the
 maintenance to make the material accessible without the infamous DNF a lot
 of work for the maintainer of such sites).

Interesting perspective. I hope you are right.
 
 On the other hand the file degradation feature tends to be bad for trendy
 things.  Where the first month a resource is placed into the network (oh
 an example I like, such as an anime fansub) and then it idles and erodes
 away.  It frustrates the heck out of me becuase the freesite that links to
 one video I'd like to see is *still* there but the 700M video DNFs all
 over the place (it's a splitfile) while trying to fetch it.
 
  Somebody want to maintain a freesite that links to controversial
  material but doesn't link to illegal material? A lot of it is a matter
  of judgement and personal ethics - Thought Crime links to Mein Kampf and
  an article on bestiality as well as a lot of overtly political stuff.
  Anyway, YoYo's Controversy section is a good start.
 
 My thought on the home freesite links is that a good starter freesite
 should appeal to the majority of people and have the darker side of the
 freenet not bluntly proclaimed on the first page the freenet user sees.
 Splitting adult content away from general content/freenet/freedom links
 (ie having a single link to a separate freesite index for adult material
 may be a start in the right direction).  This will at least make the first
 contact palatable for *anyone* entering the home freesite.

Yes, this is why I like YoYo. However all the major index sites have
what's new 

[freenet-support] Re: slowdom in freeville

2004-03-12 Thread Michael Schierl
Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

  I also get quite some of these:
 
  java.io.IOException: Premature end of stream
 at fiw.fcp.FCPMessage.readMessage(FCPMessage.java:34)
 at fiw.fcp.FCPConn.insertStream(FCPConn.java:263)
 
 Hmm. Why does fred close his connections prematurely? It's not because
 you are restarting fred?

 I don't think it does. It's probably a socket timeout on FIW's end.

Hmm. That should give SocketTimeoutException (which is caught
properly), shouldn't it? Does not seem so.

However, after a few tests (replaced Fred by a simple prog that says
nothing but disconnects on a keypress) i can see that I get an
IOException like the one above when the connection is closed from the
peer, but a ConnectException when I run into a SocketTimeout. Seems to
be some work for me to fix that (in that case it should not mess up
the log file)...

mihi

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[freenet-support] Re: slowdom in freeville

2004-03-12 Thread Michael Schierl
Michael Schierl [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

 However, after a few tests (replaced Fred by a simple prog that says
 nothing but disconnects on a keypress) i can see that I get an
 IOException like the one above when the connection is closed from the
 peer, but a ConnectException when I run into a SocketTimeout. Seems to
 be some work for me to fix that (in that case it should not mess up
 the log file)...

St00pid me... The connect exception was caused by my test app which
closed the socket and since FIW reconnects at once, it gave an
error then... The SocketTimeoutException occurring first is (as
expected) not written to the error log file.

So, this bug is really somewhere inside freenet. Either the accept()
call was not handled quick enough (dunno how accept is called in nio)
or Fred really closes open sockets without having sent any data.

mihi

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Re: [freenet-support] need a program to crawl links in freenet

2004-03-12 Thread Nicholas Sturm
Thanks for the info.


 [Original Message]
 From: Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Date: 3/12/2004 10:58:04 AM
 Subject: Re: [freenet-support] need a program to crawl links in freenet

 On Thu, Mar 11, 2004 at 05:09:09PM -0500, Nicholas Sturm wrote:
  Please provide reference to a good glossary.
  
   I tried it (in a sandbox Linux account, which is absoltely the minimum
   precaution anyone should take if running code downloaded from an
   untrusted anonymous source) and it seems to work pretty nicely.
  
  Is sandbox just Linux term or does it have broader application?

 It basically means a sort of virtual computer within the computer, the
 idea being to limit the damage that can be done by untrusted code. An
 example would be, if you download some software that might be useful but
 you don't know whether it is safe, you might run it on a spare PC that
 isn't connected to the others and doesn't do anything else. A sandbox
 does the same thing but in software: you can run untrusted code, in a
 box, where it can't inflict too much harm on the rest of the system.
 User Mode Linux is a popular way to do this on linux, and is used for
 some hosting systems. On Windows... VMWare would be an option, perhaps.
 -- 
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 Freenet Project Official Codemonkey - http://freenetproject.org/
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[freenet-support] OutOfMemoryError

2004-03-12 Thread Chris Gentile

I am also struggling with 5074.

Here is my freenet.conf:
ipAddress=www.gentilehome.com
listenPort=27882
seedNodes=seednodes.ref
outputBandwidthLimit=48000
storeSize=3G
overloadHigh=0.6
overloadLow=0.4

I've got a fast net connection 7mbps downstream 1mbps upstream.
I've got over 2GB in my store.

After a few hours of stability (6 or so), it stops sending/receiving
significant amounts of data and the CPU sits at 100%.
The memory sits at 150MB and I see these errors in the freenet.log

Mar 12, 2004 7:14:38 PM (freenet.PeerPacketParser, Network reading
thread, ERROR): Caught java.lang.OutOfMemoryError in
[EMAIL PROTECTED] PeerPacketParser[lengthBuffered=-1,
waitingMessageLength=-1, waitingMessageCurrentBytes=-1,
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
MuxConnectionHandler[conn=[tcp/connection:
3540580.134.44.225:31603,[EMAIL PROTECTED],
[EMAIL PROTECTED],
[EMAIL PROTECTED], identity=[DSA(a971 6c0e
ce49 3474 7679  8e61 f4e5 67bb f1c3 0cc5)],
sock=[Socket[addr=drumbass.dyndns.org/80.134.44.225,port=31603,localport=35405]], 
chan=[java.nio.channels.SocketChannel[connected local=/192.168.1.50:35405 
remote=drumbass.dyndns.org/80.134.44.225:31603]], peer=[Peer [DSA(a971 6c0e ce49 3474 
7679  8e61 f4e5 67bb f1c3 0cc5) @ 80.134.44.225:31603 (1/3)]], 
outbound=[true]]].processMessage(buf,86,105,true)
java.lang.OutOfMemoryError

As per the default start-freenet.sh script, java is being launched with
this switch: -Xmx128m


S, what gives? Why can't it live within it's 128MB space?


- Chris Gentile


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Highlights from the nodeinfo servlet:




Node Version
0.5
  Protocol
  Version
STABLE-1.50
Build Number
5074
CVS Revision
1.90.2.50.2.101








 Uptime








  5 minutes








  Load








Current
routingTime
490ms
Current
messageSendTimeRequest
98ms
Pooled
threads
running jobs
37 (30.8%)
Pooled
threads
which are
idle
22
Current
upstream
bandwidth
usage
3291
bytes/second
(6.9%)
Current
estimated
load for
QueryReject
purposes
30%
Current
estimated
load for
rate
limiting
49%
Reason for
load:
Load due to
thread limit
= 30.8%
Load due to
routingTime
= 49% =
49,000% /
100,000% 
overloadLow
(40%)
Load due to
messageSendTimeRequest = 9.8% = 9,806.5% / 100,000% = overloadLow (40%)
Load due to
output
bandwidth
limiting =
5.1% because
outputBytes(197478) = limit (2304000.034 ) = outLimitCutoff (0.8) * 
outputBandwidthLimit (48000) * 60
Estimated
external
pSearchFailed (based only on QueryRejections due to load):
8.112998809500744E-5
Current
estimated
requests per
hour (based
on last 10
mins):
1547.0
Current
global quota
(requests
per hour):
922.7280194942762
Highest seen
bytes
downloaded
in one
minute:
78102
Current
outgoing
request rate
3091.0

Architecture and
Operating System








Architecture
i386
Available
processors
   1
Operating
System
   Linux
OS Version
 2.4.20-30.9








  Java Virtual Machine








JVM Vendor
 Sun
Microsystems
Inc.
JVM Name
Java
 HotSpot(TM)
   Client VM
JVM Version
1.4.2_04-b05








   Memory Allocation








Maximum
memory the
JVM will
allocate
 130,112 KiB
Memory
currently
allocated by
the JVM
  48,360 KiB
Memory in
use
  35,553,840
   Bytes
Estimated
memory used
by logger
None
Unused
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Re: [freenet-support] need a program to crawl links in freenet

2004-03-12 Thread Conrad Sabatier

On 11-Mar-2004 Ian Clarke wrote:
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 Toad wrote:
| Unfortunately crawling freenet via HTTP will have the main effect of
| DoSing your freenet node, because every web download takes up a thread,
| and we therefore limit parallel HTTP downloads to 24-36. Ideally you'd
| want a real FCP spider; there must be one out there somewhere.
 
 You can download something which claims to do this from:
 
 http://127.0.0.1:/[EMAIL PROTECTED]/spider/5//
 
 I tried it (in a sandbox Linux account, which is absoltely the minimum
 precaution anyone should take if running code downloaded from an
 untrusted anonymous source) and it seems to work pretty nicely.

Yes, this is the same spider I use to generate DFI.  Actually, I'm using an
earlier version that I've hacked on quite a bit.  :-)

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Re: [freenet-support] This error is showing up in my logs a LOT

2004-03-12 Thread Conrad Sabatier

On 11-Mar-2004 Christopher Brian Jack wrote:
 
 
 On Thu, 11 Mar 2004, Toad wrote:
 
 Date: Thu, 11 Mar 2004 17:46:55 +
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 Subject: Re: [freenet-support] This error is showing up in my logs a LOT

 I'd guess it was a problem with the OS, or the JVM. You can however work
 around it by setting ipAddress=my ip address and ipDetectorInterval=0
 in the config file (remove any preceding %'s or #'s first), and of
 course restarting the node.
 
 The automatic config update checker won't catch this change?

There's a fair number of configuration options that cannot be changed on the
fly (at least, not yet).  You can get a list of the ones that can be changed by
using the --onTheFly switch.

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Re: [freenet-support] This error is showing up in my logs a LOT

2004-03-12 Thread Conrad Sabatier

On 11-Mar-2004 Christopher Brian Jack wrote:
 
 
 I used to get these with an earlier version of the Sun JDK.  Which version
 are
 you using?

 I'm running FreeBSD here, too (I noticed you mentioned it in another
 thread).
 The latest port revision is jdk-1.4.2p6_4.  I'd strongly recommend
 upgrading.
 It's not nearly as laborious a process once you already have a native JDK
 installed (which I assume you do now).
 
#java -version
 java version 1.4.2_02
 Java(TM) 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition (build 1.4.2_02-b03)
 Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 1.4.2_02-b03, mixed mode)

Hmm...not sure what the problem may be now.

As Toad said, you can always avoid the whole thing by hard-wiring your IP
address into your config file.

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[freenet-support] Harmless at this stage, but annoying

2004-03-12 Thread Nicholas Sturm
The attachment shows a plaque (window?, but no frame or sash so how could
it be a window) appeared in the middle of my desk and has not gone away
after about 8 hours.  Looks like it would still be using resources, but I
have no idea if it did it's work.
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