Re: [freenet-support] node on a server, and at home?

2004-08-11 Thread Markus
Neither client or server has to be ssl aware.

Markus

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Ahh, okay. As long as it doesn't need the clients to be ssl aware.
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Re: [freenet-support] Stable build 5091

2004-08-11 Thread Michael Kuijn
On Wednesday 11 August 2004 03:07, Toad wrote:
 Stable build 5091 is now available. Please upgrade.
Woohoo! They did it again. Thanks!

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[freenet-support] My 5091 is dead (after 7 hours)

2004-08-11 Thread Sam
(I'm not complaining.  I'm just providing info in case anyone wants it.)

Windows XP Home
1.8 GHz
384 MB RAM

Installed Build 5090 from Start menu, including new seednodes file.
Load was 5-10% at first.
Frost and Spider have been running for 6 hours.
Now 7 hours later load is stable at 1%.
Memory usage (pages/second, disk queue length) is low.

Open Connections:
Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit)   0 (0/0/132)
Transfers active (Transmitting/Receiving)   0 (0/0)
Data waiting to be transferred  None
Total amount of data transferredNone
Number of requests (sent/received)  0/0

Node Status Info:
Uptime:   0 days,   7 hours,   9 minutes
Current routingTime: 0ms.
Pooled threads running jobs: 2 (1.1%)
Pooled threads which are idle: 25
Current estimated load for rate limiting: 10%.
Load due to thread limit = 1.1%
Load due to routingTime = 10% = 100ms / 1000ms = overloadLow (100%)
Load due to messageSendTimeRequest = 20% = 100ms / 500ms = overloadLow (100%)
Load due to output bandwidth limiting = 0% because outputBytes(0) = limit
(5419007.856 ) = 

outLimitCutoff (0.9) * outputBandwidthLimit (100352) * 60
Load due to expected inbound transfers: 0% because: 3600.0 req/hr *
9.991E-5 (pTransfer) * 

293454.0 bytes = 105643 bytes/hr expected from current requests, but
maxInputBytes/minute = 15912960 (set 

input limit) * 60 * 1.1 = 1050255360 bytes/hr target
Current estimated load for QueryRejecting: 1.1%. 

Routing Table (at /nodestatus.html)
Number of known routing nodes   263
Number of node references   263
Number of newbie nodes  0
Number of uncontactable nodes   263
Contacted and attempted to contact node references  0
Contacted node references   0
Contacted newbie node references0
Connections with Successful Transfers   0
Backed off nodes0
Connection Attempts 0
Successful Connections  0
Lowest max estimated search time0ms
Lowest max estimated DNF time   0ms
Lowest global search time estimate  30.0ms
Highest global search time estimate 30.0ms
Lowest global transfer rate estimate0 bytes/second
Highest global transfer rate estimate   0 bytes/second
Lowest one hop probability of DNF   0.95
Highest one hop probability of DNF  0.95
Lowest one hop probability of transfer failure  0.95
Highest one hop probability of transfer failure 0.95
Single hop probability of QueryRejected 0.9
Single hop average time for QueryRejected   17720.0
Single hop probability of early timeout 0.9
Single hop average time for early timeout   17720.0
Single hop probability of search timeout0.9
Single hop average time for search timeout  493544.0
Single hop overall probability of DNF given no timeout  0.9
Single hop overall probability of transfer failure given transfer   0.9
Probability of transfer given incoming request  0.1
Total number of requests that didn't QR 0
Total number of reqests that timed out before a QR or Accepted  0
Implementation  freenet.node.rt.NGRoutingTable

Freenet.log (62 KB in error logging mode)
The first few errors:
INFO: Native CPUID library
'freenet/support/CPUInformation/jcpuid-x86-windows.dll' loaded from resource
INFO: Optimized native BigInteger library
'net/i2p/util/jbigi-windows-pentium4.dll' loaded from resource
Aug 10, 2004 11:18:00 PM 
(freenet.client.http.FproxyServlet, YThread-30, ERROR):
Unexpected Exception in 

FproxyServlet.doGet -- freenet.KeyException: Byte array does not contain a SVK
freenet.KeyException: Byte 

array does not contain a SVK
at freenet.keys.SVK.init(SVK.java:41)
at freenet.keys.SVK.init(SVK.java:50)
at freenet.client.ClientSVK.init(ClientSVK.java:53)
at freenet.client.ClientSSK.init(ClientSSK.java:57)
at freenet.client.ClientSSK.createFromRequestURI(ClientSSK.java:44)
at sun.reflect.GeneratedMethodAccessor2.invoke(Unknown Source)
at sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(Unknown Source)
at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Unknown Source)
at freenet.client.AbstractClientKey.createClientKey
(AbstractClientKey.java:49)
at freenet.client.AbstractClientKey.createFromRequestURI
(AbstractClientKey.java:36)
at freenet.client.http.FproxyServlet.doGet(FproxyServlet.java:570)
at javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(Unknown Source)
at javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(Unknown Source)
at freenet.interfaces.servlet.ServletContainer.handle(ServletContainer.java:82)
at
freenet.interfaces.LocalNIOInterface$ConnectionShell.run
(LocalNIOInterface.java:268)
at freenet.thread.YThreadFactory$YThread.run(YThreadFactory.java:285)
Aug 10, 2004 11:19:11 PM (freenet.client.http.FproxyServlet, YThread-28, ERROR):
Unexpected Exception in 

FproxyServlet.doGet -- freenet.KeyException: Byte array does not contain a SVK
freenet.KeyException: Byte 

array does not contain a SVK
at freenet.keys.SVK.init(SVK.java:41)
at 

RE: [freenet-support] My 5091 is dead (after 7 hours)

2004-08-11 Thread Niklas Bergh
Any error messages in the log? I recommend that you upgrade your node to
a v5091.. Which solves an issue wrt merging a new seednodes file
(reseeding).

Cheers
/N

 -Original Message-
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
 [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Sam
 Sent: den 11 augusti 2004 13:37
 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 Subject: [freenet-support] My 5091 is dead (after 7 hours)
 
 
 (I'm not complaining.  I'm just providing info in case anyone 
 wants it.)
 
 Windows XP Home
 1.8 GHz
 384 MB RAM
 
 Installed Build 5090 from Start menu, including new seednodes 
 file. Load was 5-10% at first. Frost and Spider have been 
 running for 6 hours. Now 7 hours later load is stable at 1%. 
 Memory usage (pages/second, disk queue length) is low.
 
 Open Connections:
 Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit) 0 (0/0/132)
 Transfers active (Transmitting/Receiving) 0 (0/0)
 Data waiting to be transferredNone
 Total amount of data transferred  None
 Number of requests (sent/received)0/0
 
 Node Status Info:
 Uptime:   0 days,   7 hours,   9 minutes
 Current routingTime: 0ms.
 Pooled threads running jobs: 2 (1.1%)
 Pooled threads which are idle: 25
 Current estimated load for rate limiting: 10%.
 Load due to thread limit = 1.1%
 Load due to routingTime = 10% = 100ms / 1000ms = overloadLow 
 (100%) Load due to messageSendTimeRequest = 20% = 100ms / 
 500ms = overloadLow (100%) Load due to output bandwidth 
 limiting = 0% because outputBytes(0) = limit (5419007.856 ) = 
 
 outLimitCutoff (0.9) * outputBandwidthLimit (100352) * 60
 Load due to expected inbound transfers: 0% because: 3600.0 
 req/hr * 9.991E-5 (pTransfer) * 
 
 293454.0 bytes = 105643 bytes/hr expected from current 
 requests, but maxInputBytes/minute = 15912960 (set 
 
 input limit) * 60 * 1.1 = 1050255360 bytes/hr target
 Current estimated load for QueryRejecting: 1.1%. 
 
 Routing Table (at /nodestatus.html)
 Number of known routing nodes 263
 Number of node references 263
 Number of newbie nodes0
 Number of uncontactable nodes 263
 Contacted and attempted to contact node references0
 Contacted node references 0
 Contacted newbie node references  0
 Connections with Successful Transfers 0
 Backed off nodes  0
 Connection Attempts   0
 Successful Connections0
 Lowest max estimated search time  0ms
 Lowest max estimated DNF time 0ms
 Lowest global search time estimate30.0ms
 Highest global search time estimate   30.0ms
 Lowest global transfer rate estimate  0 bytes/second
 Highest global transfer rate estimate 0 bytes/second
 Lowest one hop probability of DNF 0.95
 Highest one hop probability of DNF0.95
 Lowest one hop probability of transfer failure0.95
 Highest one hop probability of transfer failure   0.95
 Single hop probability of QueryRejected   0.9
 Single hop average time for QueryRejected 17720.0
 Single hop probability of early timeout   0.9
 Single hop average time for early timeout 17720.0
 Single hop probability of search timeout  0.9
 Single hop average time for search timeout493544.0
 Single hop overall probability of DNF given no timeout0.9
 Single hop overall probability of transfer failure given 
 transfer  0.9
 Probability of transfer given incoming request0.1
 Total number of requests that didn't QR   0
 Total number of reqests that timed out before a QR or 
 Accepted  0
 Implementationfreenet.node.rt.NGRoutingTable
 
 Freenet.log (62 KB in error logging mode)
 The first few errors:
 INFO: Native CPUID library 
 'freenet/support/CPUInformation/jcpuid-x86-windows.dll' 
 loaded from resource
 INFO: Optimized native BigInteger library 
 'net/i2p/util/jbigi-windows-pentium4.dll' loaded from 
 resource Aug 10, 2004 11:18:00 PM 
 (freenet.client.http.FproxyServlet, YThread-30, ERROR): 
 Unexpected Exception in 
 
 FproxyServlet.doGet -- freenet.KeyException: Byte array does 
 not contain a SVK
 freenet.KeyException: Byte 
 
 array does not contain a SVK
   at freenet.keys.SVK.init(SVK.java:41)
   at freenet.keys.SVK.init(SVK.java:50)
   at freenet.client.ClientSVK.init(ClientSVK.java:53)
   at freenet.client.ClientSSK.init(ClientSSK.java:57)
   at 
 freenet.client.ClientSSK.createFromRequestURI(ClientSSK.java:44)
   at sun.reflect.GeneratedMethodAccessor2.invoke(Unknown Source)
   at 
 sun.reflect.DelegatingMethodAccessorImpl.invoke(Unknown Source)
   at java.lang.reflect.Method.invoke(Unknown Source)
   at freenet.client.AbstractClientKey.createClientKey
 (AbstractClientKey.java:49)
   at freenet.client.AbstractClientKey.createFromRequestURI
 (AbstractClientKey.java:36)
   at 
 freenet.client.http.FproxyServlet.doGet(FproxyServlet.java:570)
   at javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(Unknown Source)
   at javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(Unknown Source)
   at 
 

Re: [freenet-support] datastore size

2004-08-11 Thread Toad
Debatable point...

On Wed, Aug 11, 2004 at 01:13:08AM +0200, Martin Scheffler wrote:
 Am Mittwoch, 11. August 2004 00:55 schrieb Michael Kuijn:
  On Tuesday 10 August 2004 21:41, Steve wrote:
   Can it hurt the network if I make my datastore too big?
 
  Not really, but enlarging your datastore all the time will prevent
  specialisation. This isn't real bad, but specialisation improves
  routing. If I were you I would let it specialise at one point.
 
 Sorry, but forget that. In Freenet there is no thing like a one peak 
 specialisation for more than one minute.
 And when the network can hold more data, it increases the lifetime of 
 seldom requested keys.
 Specialization changes over time, anyway.
 
 The only drawback may be that your ubernode becomes popular over time 
 because of more successful replies :-) (much connections increase request 
 ability aswell)
 
 Routing does not get better when your node has to purge old keys on new 
 requests - maybe they are requested just one minute later - more net 
 load :-(
 
 good byte



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[freenet-support] The Windows Installer

2004-08-11 Thread evolution
Reason for email:

I just installed Freenet on a Windows machine.  This wasn't an update, this was
a fresh install.  I told the Windows installer to not create shortcuts, but
it did.  This is strange, because it hasn't done this before.  I went through
step-by-step, and when I got to the place where I could check Do Not Create
Shortcuts I checked it.  Yet, I get a Freenet icon on the desktop, a Freenet
program group entry in the Start Menu, and a Freenet shortcut in the Startup
folder.  This was for 5090.  When I updated to 5091 I told it again to not
create shortcuts and, again, it did.

Outstanding Issues:

On another note, whether or not Freenet starts up when Windows starts should be
separate from whether or not to create shortcuts.  They're logically different
(especially for those who don't know how a user sets a program to startup
automatically) and the choice has been separated in every other Windows
installer I've ever seen, making it the expected behavior.

On yet another note, can't we have a separate build updater?  Separate from the
installer, I mean.  It doesn't make sense to answer where I want the
installation to go on the filesystem, and whether or not to create shortcuts,
when I'm updating an existing installation.  update.bat?

-todd

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Re: [freenet-support] The Windows Installer

2004-08-11 Thread evolution
Quoting myself:

 On yet another note, can't we have a separate build updater?  Separate from
 the installer, I mean.  It doesn't make sense to answer where I want the
 installation to go on the filesystem, and whether or not to create shortcuts,
 when I'm updating an existing installation.  update.bat?

Egads.  I apologize.  How long has that UpdateSnapshot.exe been there? *g*

-todd

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[freenet-support] Freenet on FreeBSD

2004-08-11 Thread Paul
I'm working on setting up a freenet node on a machine running FreeBSD
4.6. The java vm that is already installed (and is the most current
version) is a java 1.3 vm. Sun does not release a vm for the BSDs. At
the moment I'm planing on compiling the jdk from the source provided
by sun with the freebsd patches (www.freebsd.org/java). Any advice?
Will freenet work with the freebsd patched version?
~Paul
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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet on FreeBSD

2004-08-11 Thread TLD
Paul wrote:
 I'm working on setting up a freenet node on a machine running FreeBSD
 4.6. The java vm that is already installed (and is the most current
 version) is a java 1.3 vm. Sun does not release a vm for the BSDs. At

You really need at last the (possibly latest) 1.4 jvm, sorry.
Me, I use the 1.4.2 linux version on NetBSD, and it works very well.

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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet on FreeBSD

2004-08-11 Thread Paul
The binary on the server at the moment is a 1.3 vm. To get the 1.4 vm
working you have to download the source and some binaries from sun's
site, apply a patch from the bsd team, and then compile it. (all
because of sun's lisense) Sounds simple enough execpt compiling it
requires a java vm.
~Paul

On Wed, 11 Aug 2004 21:05:33 +0200, TLD [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Paul wrote:
  I'm working on setting up a freenet node on a machine running FreeBSD
  4.6. The java vm that is already installed (and is the most current
  version) is a java 1.3 vm. Sun does not release a vm for the BSDs. At
 
 You really need at last the (possibly latest) 1.4 jvm, sorry.
 Me, I use the 1.4.2 linux version on NetBSD, and it works very well.
 
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Re: [freenet-support] Newbie : is my installation good ?

2004-08-11 Thread Toad
On Wed, Aug 11, 2004 at 04:39:04PM +0200, lflesch.domicile wrote:
 I'm actually making a tree with freenet.
 Installed freenet build 5090 on XP pro + frost.
 I have configured my node as permanent node and have made a reseed with the seednode 
 found on freenet homepage.
 
 Everything seems working yet :
 - After 3 days o connection, I have only maxi 30 reference node connected. Is it 
 normal. What is a typical number ?

No. It should be higher than that. See
http://127.0.0.1:/servlet/nodeinfo/networking/ocm

Near the top it should say something like:
Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit)   82 (30/52/200)

Show me - are there any inbound connections?

 - Browsing a freesite is very hard. In fact, I succeeded only once opening one of 
 the site proposed. Is it normal ?

No. Well, mostly no. :). Consequence of the above.
 
 I hope all your advices to help me diagnose and tune my installation.
 Thanks !
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Re: [freenet-support] The Windows Installer

2004-08-11 Thread Toad
It's a recent addition. The question is, is it included by the
installer? Further, should it be included in the Distribution Servlet?

On Wed, Aug 11, 2004 at 08:07:43AM -0700, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Quoting myself:
 
  On yet another note, can't we have a separate build updater?  Separate from
  the installer, I mean.  It doesn't make sense to answer where I want the
  installation to go on the filesystem, and whether or not to create shortcuts,
  when I'm updating an existing installation.  update.bat?
 
 Egads.  I apologize.  How long has that UpdateSnapshot.exe been there? *g*
 
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