Re: [freenet-support] some interesting things from my logs

2004-09-27 Thread Toad
What is the CPU usage of the computer at the time you get the queue messages? On Sun, Sep 26, 2004 at 01:39:40PM +, NickP wrote: Every 30 seconds or so I get messages of the form (freenet.support.io.NIOInputStream, YThread-43, NORMAL): waited more than 12ms in NIOIS.read()

[freenet-support] Re: some interesting things from my logs

2004-09-27 Thread NickP
What is the CPU usage of the computer at the time you get the queue messages? I think it spikes to 100% for a few seconds (from Freenet alone), and that's when I get them. I haven't correlated them to CPU use precisely, because I don't have my CPU usage logged constantly. It happens rarely

Re: [freenet-support] Some infos on improving the memory footprint and routing

2004-09-27 Thread Toad
On Mon, Sep 27, 2004 at 06:24:03PM +0200, Someone wrote: Disclaimer: The following is only based on my experience with running freenet on Win2k/XP with the 1.4.2_05/1.5 RC JVM and may not apply to anyone else. 1. The memory usage I noticed that the aggressiv garbage collector is now disable

[freenet-support] Re: Some infos on improving the memory footprint and routing

2004-09-27 Thread Someone
Toad schrieb: THAT is interesting. We have repeatedly been fed the dogma that the JVM can handle this perfectly well by itself... I'm quite prepared to reinstate it if this is commonly seen... Having said that, reports of OOMs are rather rare - what did you set the memory limit to? It's set to

[freenet-support] Re: Some infos on improving the memory footprint and routing

2004-09-27 Thread Someone
Toad schrieb: Of course it gets keys! It's supposed to! That's just it recording the DNFs. What matters is does it do any actual blocking? There's a couple of statistics on that... Oh, do you mean Number of Requests Blocked and Number of DNFs Ignored? If yes, they are at the following after the

Re: [freenet-support] Some infos on improving the memory footprintand routing

2004-09-27 Thread Nicholas Sturm
snip I hope this may help some of you and I would be very happy to hear wheter it did or not. Very interesting. Everyone else on the list buys into the holy doctrine that the JVM should be left alone to deal with GCing. -- Matthew J Toseland - [EMAIL PROTECTED] Freenet Project Official