Re: [freenet-support] starting probs

2004-07-13 Thread Martin Scheffler
Am Sonntag, 11. Juli 2004 15:50 schrieb rensinghoff:
 Thank you soo much for your help.. I LOVE OPEN SOURCE PEOPLE !!!

another free hint: you posted your user-id along with your password.
you should now change the password as soon as possible :-)

good byte


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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet Project health

2004-07-13 Thread Toad
On Mon, Jul 12, 2004 at 09:31:23PM -0500, David Masover wrote:
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 Toad wrote:
 | On Sun, Jul 11, 2004 at 10:12:19PM -0500, David Masover wrote:
 |
 | Strange. It didn't produce actual error messages? Usually the node
 | responds in a reasonable time nowadays... of course if your browser is
 | set to only use 2 connections it might take a while...
 
 My browser is set to a bit more, but it still takes at least a few
 minutes to get an error.  I think the error is usually either data not
 found or (more likely) key not found.  These are from the default
 bookmarks -- things like FIND.  Expect fewer 'I thinks' in my complaints
 when I actually have a node running again.
 
 || How much RAM does it have? We have had reports of reasonable performance
 |
 |256 megs, but it's also running a lot of stuff --
 |apache,squid,qmail,djbdns,dhcpd,samba,sshd,bincimap,stunnel
 |
 |Admittedly, there's not a lot of load on it, and a lot of that could be
 |swapped.  But I'm running Linux 2.6, and Top shows 99% CPU in userland,
 |by Freenet -- not in IO-Wait, where it would be if RAM was an issue.
 |
 | How long after startup? I'd expect a CPU spike for the first hour or
 | two... it should go away after that... but is this on a 200MHz system?
 
 It is a 200 mhz system, but I usually don't leave Freenet running for
 very long.  Like, I'll run it for an hour in the evening while I try to
 get content (and browse other sites while I'm bored of waiting), and
 then I'll shut it down for the night so my brother can game (he wakes up
 earlier than me).

Okay, you'll never get acceptable performance. Tough. Not much we can do
about it. Well, maybe it'll improve with some future changes...
 
 | That's not been everyone else's experience :). Seriously, it's not a
 | matter of local node optimisation. It's a matter of optimising THE
 | NETWORK. That means getting routing working.
 
 Ah, I see.  Still, they are sort of co-dependent.  If a node has a
 massive spike in CPU usage for the first hour, it hurts the network.  If
 the network is slow, it doesn't matter much how fast the local node is.
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Re: [freenet-support] The hang on lost Internet

2004-07-13 Thread Toad
On Mon, Jul 12, 2004 at 09:48:41PM -0400, Nicholas Sturm wrote:
 Todd, now that you're back with us:  Obviously going into the 100% state 
 after loosing a connection does nothing beneficial for the network.  If 
 I kill my note each evening in anticipation of the death and then 
 reactivate it when I regain rationality the next day will this on-n-off 
 activity of my node be of any value either to itself or to the network?  
 Recall, I have dial up which is not great, but that I was getting 
 integration until about two weeks ago, is running of any benefit at 
 all?  Thanks.  Nick

Sure, if it runs for 4 hours + it's probably useful...
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[freenet-support] build 60148 looks for Source fields in _all_ messages?

2004-07-13 Thread Mika Hirvonen
I'm getting loads of these:
13.7.2004 15:10:48 (freenet.HighLevelMessageFactory, Network reading thread, ERROR): 
Caught freenet.InvalidMessageException: Can't find Source field on [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
MuxConnectionHandler[conn=[tcp/connection: 220.213.17.254:27154local,[EMAIL 
PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED], identity=[DSA(b9e8 a6dc 61ce 69ea e0b9  
dece 27fd 3492 c2ca e8a7)], 
sock=[Socket[addr=/220.213.17.254,port=27154,localport=13462]], 
chan=[java.nio.channels.SocketChannel[connected local=/82.181.27.153:13462 
remote=/220.213.17.254:27154]], peer=[Peer [DSA(b9e8 a6dc 61ce 69ea e0b9  dece 27fd 3492 
c2ca e8a7) @ 220.213.17.254:27154 (1/3)]], utbound=[false]] trying to parse FNP message:
DataRequest
RequestInterval=32560.675246668114
HopsToLive=4
UniqueID=1b45916c74789aa1
SearchKey=830c27445ac9a47544d1c889505dfea4a412a27b140302
EndMessage
freenet.InvalidMessageException: Can't find Source field on [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
MuxConnectionHandler[conn=[tcp/connection: 220.213.17.254:27154local,[EMAIL 
PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED], identity=[DSA(b9e8 a6dc 61ce 69ea e0b9  
dece 27fd 3492 c2ca e8a7)], 
sock=[Socket[addr=/220.213.17.254,port=27154,localport=13462]], 
chan=[java.nio.channels.SocketChannel[connected local=/82.181.27.153:13462 
remote=/220.213.17.254:27154]], peer=[Peer [DSA(b9e8 a6dc 61ce 69ea e0b9  dece 27fd 3492 
c2ca e8a7) @ 220.213.17.254:27154 (1/3)]], utbound=[false]]
at freenet.message.Request.init(Request.java:57)
at freenet.message.DataRequest.init(DataRequest.java:36)
at sun.reflect.GeneratedConstructorAccessor5.newInstance(Unknown Source)
at 
sun.reflect.DelegatingConstructorAccessorImpl.newInstance(DelegatingConstructorAccessorImpl.java:27)
at java.lang.reflect.Constructor.newInstance(Constructor.java:415)
at freenet.MessageHandler.getMessageFor(MessageHandler.java:110)
at freenet.HighLevelMessageFactory.create(HighLevelMessageFactory.java:52)
at freenet.PeerPacketMessageParser.parse(PeerPacketMessageParser.java:48)
at freenet.PeerPacketParser.processMessage(PeerPacketParser.java:268)
at freenet.PeerPacketParser.process(PeerPacketParser.java:201)
at freenet.MuxConnectionHandler.process(MuxConnectionHandler.java:462)
at 
freenet.transport.ReadSelectorLoop.processConnections(ReadSelectorLoop.java:491)
at freenet.transport.AbstractSelectorLoop.loop(AbstractSelectorLoop.java:836)
at freenet.transport.ReadSelectorLoop.run(ReadSelectorLoop.java:544)
at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:566)
13.7.2004 15:10:48 (freenet.PeerPacketMessageParser, Network reading thread, NORMAL): 
Recognized type 1 but parse returned null for message from [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
MuxConnectionHandler[conn=[tcp/connection: 220.213.17.254:27154local,[EMAIL 
PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED], identity=[DSA(b9e8 a6dc 61ce 69ea e0b9  
dece 27fd 3492 c2ca e8a7)], 
sock=[Socket[addr=/220.213.17.254,port=27154,localport=13462]], 
chan=[java.nio.channels.SocketChannel[connected local=/82.181.27.153:13462 
remote=/220.213.17.254:27154]], peer=[Peer [DSA(b9e8 a6dc 61ce 69ea e0b9  dece 27fd 3492 
c2ca e8a7) @ 220.213.17.254:27154 (1/3)]], utbound=[false]] of length 154
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Re: [freenet-support] Re: Freenet Expectations]

2004-07-13 Thread Nicholas Sturm
Toad wrote:
Is it? Very few.
 


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It sure is good to see honesty sneaking in -- not just PC.
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