Re: [freenet-support] Refuses to install - java issue

2015-10-28 Thread Juiceman
On Oct 27, 2015 8:47 PM, "Jeff Finn"  wrote:
>
> I downloaded the installer, ran it, it said i needed an 'up to date' java
runtime, which i found odd, because i run the latest beta.  I uninstalled
all installed versions, and installed 1.8_65, but it still says I don't
have a java runtime installed.  After a system restart the problem still
exists.  My install path is default - C:\Program
Files\Java\jre1.8.0_65\bin\javaw.exe - on windows 7 ultimate 64 bit 6.1
build 7601.

I am pretty sure you need to install 32 bit Java for Freenet.

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> Thanks,
> Jeff
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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet memory useage

2015-07-20 Thread Juiceman
On Jul 20, 2015 1:29 PM, Dave Larsen hoppameiste...@gmail.com wrote:

 If I set my wrapper to 1g, it would prob use 100%of my ram. I've got it
set at 256 cuz at 512, it would almost max out my memory, 4gs, I don't have
any plugins loaded it works fine but just uses so much ram. Is there ANY
other way to reduce memory usage from freenet. Its getting to be more of a
pain in the butt than its worth. The asston is the way I'm describing the
amount of ram freenet uses its crazy how much ram this uses can't run
anything else when freenet is a running or my PC locks up on me and I gotta
manually restart, so far with this new update/upgrade, I haven't lost
anything when the freeze up occurs, but I'm limited to freenet surfing
which is more like watching paint dry lol, normally I watch movies or TV
shows but I've learned that when freenet is running I can't do that I don't
have the ram , my CPU is fine just an asston of ram use from freenet if I
don't have freenet running no ram issues please help



1. Are you saying you have 4 GB of ram in your PC? You should have no
problem.

2. What size is your datastore? The larger the store the bigger the ram
usage.
I don't know the math but in your case don't exceed 5-10 GB.

3. If you must stay in that small ram envelope you will probably have to
forego plugins. Definately WoT and anything that depends on that. And no
Spider.

Start with the datastore.

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Re: [freenet-support] 1407 fails to start after auto-update

2012-05-19 Thread Juiceman
Well, you could delete your db4o file and if that fails your datastore
not a great solution
On May 18, 2012 2:26 AM, Austin austin.gr...@orcon.net.nz wrote:

  On Wed, 9 May 2012 15:00:14 +1200, Austin wrote:
   I'm running build 1407 (which auto-updated itself from whatever I had
   before, 1405 I think) and it now fails to start up.  Please see
   wrapper log at: http://www.sendspace.com/file/o9gvmq
 
  Hmm... so it's failing while trying to create a free blocks cache,
  every single time at the exact same place... 16384/21859.
 
  (Hopefully someone else will know something more. Double-check you're
  not running out of diskspace?)

 Hmm, doesn't look as though anyone else can help,
 so I'm stuck with no way to run Freenet ...   :(
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Re: [freenet-support] Counter on a freepage

2012-03-03 Thread Juiceman
On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 9:22 AM, Jep j...@jep-z11.xs4all.nl wrote:

 There is no way to include a simple counter on a web page in Freenet as
 far as I can see.

 It would require some kind of scripting that the content filter would
 allow I reckon. Is it feasible to implement such? A strict method the
 filter allows, perhaps, writing to a log file within the freesite container.


 Another thing, not very important but still. The content filter strips out
 anything that would make favicons work. For instance, rel=shortcut icon
 is not accepted.
 I can't see how 'local' favicons, icons within the freesite, could be a
 danger to anonymity, so if that limitation could be taken out of the
 filter? Allowing just /favicon.ico would do the trick.

 Is there any documentation on the FN content filter?


I believe .ICOs are blocked due to a Microsoft vulnerability  Something
about a divide-by-zero overflow.  Ah, here it is.
http://www.kb.cert.org/vuls/id/290961

Quote from the page:
There is an integer division by zero vulnerability in the way the ICO
parsing component of GDI+ (Gdiplus.dll) handles ICO files with a
Heightvalue of zero in the
InfoHeader section of the ICO file. By introducing a specially crafted ICO
file to the vulnerable component, a remote attacker could trigger an
integer division by zero denial-of-service condition.


I imagine a simple filter could be written that checks that none of the
dimensions are declared 0.  Of course, I can say it's simple because I
am not the one coding it  ;-)  .
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Re: [freenet-support] [freenet.uservoice.com] New message: 'Download button on the homepage puts F…'

2011-07-09 Thread Juiceman
I can't reproduce this here, anyone else?

On Sat, Jul 9, 2011 at 7:27 PM, no-re...@uservoice.com wrote:

Customer Feedback for Freenet Project Inc.  freenet.uservoice.com
  [image: Message_24] New message: Bug Report
   *jbu...@ednixon.com* sent a message from
 http%3A%2F%2Ffreenetproject.org%2F

 Download button on the homepage puts Firefox 5 into a stuck loop
 presenting the dialog box: Opening FreenetInstaller-1380.exe Either
 Save File or
 Cancel
 presents the dialog box again.

 Firefox 5.0 (Windows XP)

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Re: [freenet-support] [freenet.uservoice.com] New message: 'I donated and went to download your free…'

2011-07-08 Thread Juiceman
Is it Windows or an antivirus program?  There was a known issue with
Kaspersky flag it falsely as a virus.  Windows security might be doing
similar.  As far as the antivirus software is concerned Freenet behaves
similarly as a worm as in it connects to other computers.  Is there an
option to override?

On Fri, Jul 8, 2011 at 4:48 PM, no-re...@uservoice.com wrote:

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  [image: Message_24] New message: Bug Report
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 I donated and went to download your freenet program. Windows is telling me
 it is unsafe and doesn't appear to allow the download...

 What's up?

 Thanks

 IE 9.0 (Windows Vista)

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Re: [freenet-support] Running freenet

2011-04-16 Thread Juiceman
On Sat, Apr 9, 2011 at 3:32 PM, M  L Vine martin.v...@ntlworld.com wrote:
 I have just downloaded the installer, but can't get it to work.

 I have windows XP Home edition.

 Are ther any program conflicts say with apple software etc..


There was (still is?) an issue with Kaspersky antivirus, not sure
about any others.  Post your log files and we'll try to help you
figure it out.
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Re: [freenet-support] [freenet.uservoice.com] New message: 'I have a fibre line as well as 10 TB of …'

2011-03-12 Thread Juiceman
On Sat, Mar 12, 2011 at 7:09 PM, Dennis Nezic
denn...@dennisn.dyndns.org wrote:
 On Sat, 12 Mar 2011 13:56:31 -0500, Dennis Nezic wrote:
 On Sat, 12 Mar 2011 11:16:40 -0600, no-re...@uservoice.com wrote:
  I have a fibre line as well as 10 TB of sapce I can
   devote to freenet. Would be swell if I could devote 10TB rather
  than the max of 300GB

 I wonder if all of Freenet can fit in those 10TB :D. Or if the size of
 Freenet can be mathematically estimated from a few random node
 samples.

 Handwaving, since nodes are supposed to specialize over a specific key
 range, and assuming keys are equally distributed across the entire
 key-space, perhaps your 3% datastore utilization is a result of a small
 freenet. Ie. a node can only store (specialized-key-range-percentage *
 sizeof-freenet) gigs of data. If that's the case, the only way to
 increase your datastore would be to broaden your key-storing-range, but
 I don't think that would help, since freenet routing currently requires
 key specialization.

 Further handwaving, I wonder if it would be such a bad idea to support
 supernodes, with broader key specializations. For example, would it be
 a bad thing for a node to store the entire freenet?

I think he is saying his node won't create a datastore larger than 300GB...
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Re: [freenet-support] can't upgrade

2011-02-08 Thread Juiceman
That's the one!  Shutdown your node, edit that file and change the line from
freenetproject.jar.new to just freenetproject.jar and restart your node.  =)
On Feb 8, 2011 6:46 AM, Jan j...@jep-z11.xs4all.nl wrote:
 Juiceman :
 Look inside wrapper.ini file and make sure it is launching freenet.jar
and
 not freenet-new or something like that

 That file does not exist on my box.

 Freenetwrapper.exe however runs but I've disabled the Freenet background
 service in the windows services pane, since it no longer seems to be used.

 There is a wrapper.conf file though, contents:

 wrapper.java.command=
 wrapper.working.dir=..\
 wrapper.java.mainclass=freenet.node.NodeStarter
 wrapper.java.classpath.1=freenet.jar.new
 wrapper.java.classpath.2=freenet-ext.jar
 wrapper.java.library.path.1=wrapper
 wrapper.java.initmemory=60
 # Maximum amount of memory Freenet will use in megabytes.
 # Note that Java will use some, and the datastore bloom filters will use
 some, above this limit.
 # Note also that setting this too high may prevent Freenet from starting
 up on some windows systems.
 wrapper.java.additional.1=-Dnetworkaddress.cache.ttl=0
 wrapper.java.additional.2=-Dnetworkaddress.cache.negative.ttl=0
 wrapper.java.additional.3=-enableassertions:freenet
 # You might want to set the following line if you have changed
 java.maxmemory
 # wrapper.java.additional.4=-XX:MaxPermSize=
 wrapper.app.parameter.1=freenet.ini
 wrapper.console.format=PM
 wrapper.console.loglevel=INFO
 wrapper.logfile=wrapper\wrapper.log
 wrapper.logfile.format=LPTM
 wrapper.logfile.loglevel=INFO
 wrapper.logfile.maxsize=2M
 wrapper.logfile.maxfiles=3
 wrapper.syslog.loglevel=NONE
 wrapper.console.title=Freenet
 wrapper.jvm_exit.timeout=120
 wrapper.restart.reload_configuration=TRUE
 wrapper.filter.trigger.1=java.lang.OutOfMemoryError
 wrapper.filter.action.1=RESTART

 # Description of the service
 wrapper.ntservice.description=Freenet background service

 # Service dependencies. Add dependencies as needed starting from 1
 wrapper.ntservice.dependency.1=

 # Mode in which the service is installed. AUTO_START or DEMAND_START
 wrapper.ntservice.starttype=AUTO_START

 # Allow the service to interact with the desktop.
 wrapper.ntservice.interactive=false

 wrapper.ntservice.process_priority=BELOW_NORMAL

 # Start services with a different user than SYSTEM
 # SEE
 http://wrapper.tanukisoftware.org/doc/english/prop-ntservice-account.html
 BEFORE PROCEEDING !

 # Memory limit for the node
 wrapper.java.maxmemory=256

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Re: [freenet-support] can't upgrade

2011-02-08 Thread Juiceman
Damn autocomplete.  I meant freenet.jar
 On Feb 8, 2011 10:10 AM, Juiceman juicema...@gmail.com wrote:
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Re: [freenet-support] can't upgrade

2011-02-07 Thread Juiceman
Look inside wrapper.ini file and make sure it is launching freenet.jar and
not freenet-new or something like that
On Feb 7, 2011 8:52 AM, Matthew Walter mattrwal...@comcast.net wrote:
 My node has stopped working; I can't download anymore. I'm getting the
 message that my Freenet node is too old (it is 1342) and that I should
 upgrade to 1344 ASAP. It is set for auto-update and I tried manually
 updating but it is still build 1342. Is this the reason it is not
 working and why has it not updated automatically or manually?

 Matt

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Re: [freenet-support] Call for seednodes and explanation of current problems

2011-02-05 Thread Juiceman
On Sat, Feb 5, 2011 at 9:12 PM, artur frost.ar...@googlemail.com wrote:
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 Hi,

 how much (extra) bandwidth is needed for a seed node?

 My connection has a static IP and my Server is up 24/7 without any
 forced 24h disconnects...

 But I can't spend all the bandwidth for freenet. That’s why I would like
 to know how much extra traffic is generated through being a seednode.


 artur

Well, the bandwidth would just be taken from uploads Freenet would
otherwise be doing, so entirely up to you what you set it to.  Note -
unless you are inserting a lot of files into Freenet you won't notice
the bandwidth being diverted to seednode activity.  I would suggest a
node with at least 50KiB (.4 Mbps) upload setting.  However, the more
seednodes there are the less traffic each individual seednode has to
handle.
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Re: [freenet-support] 0.7.5 Build #1321 build01321 keeps crashing and got restarted by wrapper?

2011-01-06 Thread Juiceman
150 is way too few threads for 2100 downloads.  Try 500.
On Jan 6, 2011 2:15 AM, Roland Haeder r.hae...@gmx.de wrote:
 Hi all,

 I have watched this strange behavior for some days and I think it is
 related to something really strange. I have security level NORMAL HIGH
 HIGH so I need to enter my password to decrypt the node.db4o.crypt.

 While I do not enter the password, the memory usage remains at around
 100-200 MB which was the same with no downloads/uploads queued. My
 queues are +2100 downloads and 5 uploads, download size is about 2 GB
 and upload only around 200 MB. I have already increased the maximum
 allocated memory to 4 GB (4096M in config) but still (as it seems) the
 JVM runs out of memory when it tries ...

 Well, it can load the db file on startup phase, but it becomes very slow
 (high JVM memory usage) crashes after 20 to 30 minutes. I have 8 GB RAM
 installed into my computer, so allocating 4 GB is no trouble.

 If you need some logfiles to debug, I can try to create it for you.

 Regards,
 Roland

 PS: Here is some info about my host computer copied from
 http://127.0.0.1:/stats/ :

 * Used Java memory: 164 MiB
 * Allocated Java memory: 322 MiB
 * Maximum Java memory: 3.55 GiB
 * Running threads: 140/150
 * Available CPUs: 4
 * Java Version: 1.6.0_22
 * Java VM Vendor: Sun Microsystems Inc.
 * Java VM Name: Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM
 * Java VM Version: 17.1-b03
 * OS Name: Linux
 * OS Version: 2.6.32.2
 * OS Architecture: amd64
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Re: [freenet-support] [freenet-dev] Freenet 0.7.5 build 1314 (and 1313)

2010-12-30 Thread Juiceman
On Thu, Dec 30, 2010 at 7:48 PM, Matthew Toseland t...@amphibian.dyndns.org
 wrote:

 Freenet 0.7.5 build 1314 is now available, please upgrade! It will be
 mandatory on Tuesday.

 This build's main new feature is a new packet format. This should give
 significant improvements in several areas:
 - Fewer small packets.
 - Much more efficient. Expect improved payload percentages, and failing SSK
 requests in particular (which are very important for chat etc) should use
 significantly fewer bytes.
 - Better (faster) retransmission on lossy links.
 - Able to adapt to any reasonable MTU.
 - Lays the foundations for transport plugins (although not with really tiny
 packets).
 - Also necessary for the next stage of new load management, which should go
 in next week if all goes well.

 This was zidel's Summer of Code project, although I've done some last
 minute improvements.

 There are also some minor changes to filename sanitising on unix OS's and
 some language infrastructure needed by Freetalk.

 Please upgrade! And please let me know if you have any problems.

 (1313 was never released due to finding some serious bugs at the last
 minute)


Something is seriously broken in 1314.  Output seems to be shooting past
limits and payload % has fallen from 40+ to 15 and still going down.
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Re: [freenet-support] No connections no more - More weirdness !!

2010-12-13 Thread Juiceman
On Mon, Dec 13, 2010 at 4:53 AM, arra...@gmx.net wrote:

 hi folks !

 Someone is still sitting on my first mail, because I attached the log
 files, so it went over the 40kB limit ...


Sorry, the list moderator only checks periodically...


 Anyhow, my node exhibits some strange behaviour lately:

 One day, it sits there, and annouces for half an hour, without
 receiving any reply. After manually updating to 1309, then 1310 there's
 no change for several days. (that's when I sent the log file).

 Next day, without any change, just started the PC in the morning as
 ususal, it connects fine within 2 minutes.

 Next day, it sits there for 2 hours, announcing and claiming that it
 doesn't know if the opennet-port 64782 is forwarded or not (which it
 is).


I wouldn't be too worried about the node not knowing about the port being
forwarded if you are sure you configured it.



 NO change to router, PC or whatever.

 A look into the latest log shows that the node insists on trying IP6
 (which isn't installed on my machine), and does not get any replies to
 its announcements, and maybe lots more what I don't understand ;-)


I'm guessing you are running Windows Vista or Seven which iirc enable IP6 by
default...

I'm not sure, but try looking in your Freenet.ini file for the lines
node.opennet.bindTo=0.0.0.0
and
node.bindTo=0.0.0.0
These are IP4 type addresses, if you have longer ones like
0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1 you will need to shutdown your node and edit those lines to
only have the IP4 style.




 The ROUTER log says my PC is sending packets on port 1026, which it
 drops because it's not allowed to. As soon as I stop the freenet
 service, those strange packets disappear ... so most likely it IS the
 node sending on a port that he isn't configured to use?!


This is probably the node trying to connect to a stun server to resolve it's
IP address.



 Any ideas?

 thanks for your patience

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Re: [freenet-support] NPE in download/upload queue database dump

2010-12-09 Thread Juiceman
On Wed, Dec 8, 2010 at 1:40 PM, Matthew Toseland
t...@amphibian.dyndns.orgwrote:

 On Wednesday 08 December 2010 15:12:24 Juiceman wrote:
  I came across a fatal node startup error with 1309 or 1310_pre2 where i
  deleted persistent temp but not node.db4o.  I had to delete node.db4o to
  startup.

 Please post the log.


You may have already resolved this...

INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/07 21:59:39 | Deleted 0 of 0 temporary files (0
non-temp files in temp directory) in 0s
INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/07 21:59:39 | Old:
F:\Freenet\persistent-temp-10789 prefix freenet-temp- from
F:\Freenet\persistent-temp-10789 old path F:\Freenet\persistent-temp-10789
old parent F:\Freenet
INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/07 21:59:39 | New:
F:\Freenet\persistent-temp-10789 prefix freenet-temp- from
F:\Freenet\persistent-temp-10789
INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/07 21:59:39 | Creating free blocks cache...
INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/07 21:59:39 | Creating free blocks cache: 0 / 0
INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/07 21:59:39 | WrapperManager Error: Error in
WrapperListener.start callback.  java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException:
2005
INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/07 21:59:39 | WrapperManager Error:
java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException: 2005
INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/07 21:59:39 | WrapperManager Error: at
freenet.support.BitArray.setBit(BitArray.java:69)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/07 21:59:39 | WrapperManager Error: at
freenet.support.io.PersistentBlobTempBucketFactory.createFreeBlocksCache(PersistentBlobTempBucketFactory.java:192)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/07 21:59:39 | WrapperManager Error: at
freenet.support.io.PersistentBlobTempBucketFactory.onInit(PersistentBlobTempBucketFactory.java:130)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/07 21:59:39 | WrapperManager Error: at
freenet.support.io.PersistentTempBucketFactory.load(PersistentTempBucketFactory.java:273)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/07 21:59:39 | WrapperManager Error: at
freenet.node.NodeClientCore.initPTBF(NodeClientCore.java:607)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/07 21:59:39 | WrapperManager Error: at
freenet.node.NodeClientCore.init(NodeClientCore.java:289)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/07 21:59:39 | WrapperManager Error: at
freenet.node.Node.init(Node.java:1744)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/07 21:59:39 | WrapperManager Error: at
freenet.node.NodeStarter.start(NodeStarter.java:170)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/07 21:59:39 | WrapperManager Error: at
org.tanukisoftware.wrapper.WrapperManager$11.run(WrapperManager.java:2979)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/07 21:59:40 | Shutting down...
INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/07 21:59:40 | Stopping database jobs...
INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/07 21:59:40 | Rolling back unfinished
transactions...
INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/07 21:59:40 | Closing database...
INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/07 21:59:40 | [db4o 7.4.63.11890   2010-12-07
21:59:40]
INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/07 21:59:40 |  'F:\Freenet\node.db4o.crypt'
close request
INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/07 21:59:40 | [db4o 7.4.63.11890   2010-12-07
21:59:40]
INFO   | jvm 1| 2010/12/07 21:59:40 |  'F:\Freenet\node.db4o.crypt'
closed
STATUS | wrapper  | 2010/12/07 21:59:41 | -- Wrapper Stopped


  On Dec 5, 2010 12:41 AM, Roland Haeder r.hae...@gmx.de wrote:
   Hello support,
  
   I have added around 8,700 files and after 3,000 are downloaded I'm
 stuck
   with two different NPEs and an ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException.
  
   Here is the first one:
   http://www.mxchange.org/downloads/freenet/npe1.txt
  
   It just happens while startup phase.
  
   The second one happens when I try to download a freenet-site e.g.:
  
 
 http://127.0.0.1:/u...@85gztciqo9iepdagvjkto9d-zms1liabr6jb85m4ens,VGDItiCVzCcWAay51faZzcIfAepzeHpzXYvChlueWYE,AQACAAE/stats/1126/
  
   Here is the NPE:
   http://www.mxchange.org/downloads/freenet/npe2.txt
  
   The last exception happens when I have entered my master password
   (security levels are: normal high high):
  
 http://www.mxchange.org/downloads/freenet/array-index-out-of-bounds.txt
  
   I have already tried to delete persistent-temp directory and also
   datastore/ but I would really welcome if you can fix them instead I
   delete my (still) large download queue...
  
   I have latest build 1308.
  
   Best regards,
   Roland
 



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Re: [freenet-support] NPE in download/upload queue database dump

2010-12-08 Thread Juiceman
I came across a fatal node startup error with 1309 or 1310_pre2 where i
deleted persistent temp but not node.db4o.  I had to delete node.db4o to
startup.
On Dec 5, 2010 12:41 AM, Roland Haeder r.hae...@gmx.de wrote:
 Hello support,

 I have added around 8,700 files and after 3,000 are downloaded I'm stuck
 with two different NPEs and an ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException.

 Here is the first one:
 http://www.mxchange.org/downloads/freenet/npe1.txt

 It just happens while startup phase.

 The second one happens when I try to download a freenet-site e.g.:

http://127.0.0.1:/u...@85gztciqo9iepdagvjkto9d-zms1liabr6jb85m4ens,VGDItiCVzCcWAay51faZzcIfAepzeHpzXYvChlueWYE,AQACAAE/stats/1126/

 Here is the NPE:
 http://www.mxchange.org/downloads/freenet/npe2.txt

 The last exception happens when I have entered my master password
 (security levels are: normal high high):
 http://www.mxchange.org/downloads/freenet/array-index-out-of-bounds.txt

 I have already tried to delete persistent-temp directory and also
 datastore/ but I would really welcome if you can fix them instead I
 delete my (still) large download queue...

 I have latest build 1308.

 Best regards,
 Roland
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Re: [freenet-support] freenet opennet port

2010-12-01 Thread Juiceman
Make sure you are not changing the FCP or fproxy ports by mistake and you
edit the ini file when Freenet is shutdown.
On Dec 1, 2010 11:13 AM, arra...@gmx.net wrote:
 Hi folks!
 Why can't I tell Freenet to use the port I want it to by altering the
 freenet.ini ?
 E.g.: Let's say I want to hide the Freenet traffic by using the typical
 DirectX-ports, like 47624 or 2300-2400 ... doesn't work, after changing
 the ini Freenet does not connect any more and I have to reinstall ...
 (sucks!)

 thanks!

 A.

 PS: You should put a warning somewhere, maybe a comment line in the
 ini, or something ...
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Re: [freenet-support] Anyone using Java 5 or macs with 10.4, 32-bit 10.5?

2010-10-28 Thread Juiceman
Do we have any way to see what OS's are accessing the download page?
On Oct 28, 2010 10:51 AM, Matthew Toseland t...@amphibian.dyndns.org
wrote:
 We are considering moving to Java 6. This would make our code slightly
cleaner, allow us to use a few minor new features, and simplify the build
process. We need to know whether this is a big problem. As I understand it
the following groups are likely to have Java 5 not 6:
 - PPC-based mac's.
 - OS/X 10.4 mac's.
 - OS/X 10.5 mac's on 32-bit x86.
 - People on Windows who haven't upgraded their Java to 6. I'm not sure
whether Sun does this automatically, I believe there is some sort of an
auto-updater.

 Anyone still running Java 1.5, whether or not you can easily upgrade
(please specify), please respond to this thread, publicly or privately.
Thanks.
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Re: [freenet-support] BartPE plugin for Freenet 0.7?

2010-08-30 Thread Juiceman
On Fri, Aug 27, 2010 at 5:59 AM, Mark perkype...@hotmail.co.uk wrote:

 On 26/08/2010 22:36, Juiceman wrote:
 
 
  On Thu, Aug 26, 2010 at 5:11 PM, Mark perkype...@hotmail.co.uk
  mailto:perkype...@hotmail.co.uk wrote:
 
  Hi All,
 
  Does anyone have a bartPE plugin available for Freenet V0.7?
 
  If no-one has done this I'm thinking of having a go. It would be
  really
  useful though if I could get the following information from somewhere
  (maybe this is already published somewhere, apologies if it is):
 
  1) A list of all files and where they should be put
  2) A list of registry entries to be made
  3) What services need to be registered and run
  4) Where temporary files Freenet creates should be put
 
  I'm thinking of using a machine with 2G of RAM and implement a 1G
  ramdisk, the bartPE itself will be on a read only bootable USB stick.
 
  Does anyone have a feel for how difficult this might be, or any
  gotchas
  I need to look out for?
 
  If I manage to get it going I'll make it available to the Freenet
  community.
 
  As an aside, I really think Freenet should create and publish
  their own
  official bartPE plugin, this would allow liveCDs and liveUSBs to be
  easily created that are guaranteed not to leave any footprint
  whatsoever
  on a host PC, especially useful for those living in oppressive
 regimes
  who want to leave no trace of a Freenet being run.
 
  Thanks!
 
  Mark.
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  I think this is a great idea, I look forward to testing it for you.
  Many of the answers you need can be found on one of the wikis.
  http://wiki.freenetproject.org or http://new-wiki.freenetproject.org.
  You can even add info to the new wiki about your plugin project.
 
  No registry entries need to be made, nor do any services need to be
  run.  The node can be run with a simple batch command, something like
  java -Xmx100M http://wiki.freenetproject.org/Xmx100M/edit -cp
  freenet-ext.jar:freenet-cvs-snapshot.jar freenet.node.Node freenet.ini
 

 I was unaware you could do this, thanks for this!

 The reason I mentioned services is that there is a freenet service
 running on my machine, and if you disable it you get a lost signal error
 when trying to start or stop the node. So I assumed this needed to be
 registered and run during install. However I have read since that no
 services are really needed and sometimes this signal error does happen.
 Also there are registry entries for freenet. I did have V0.5 once so
 maybe this is a hangover from an unclean de-install of V0.5 (?).


What you are trying to accomplish does not need the integrated Windows
cruft.  All you need is the directory and files that are created when you do
an install and that command I gave you earlier to invoke Freenet manually.


 Can I also assume that starting the node as you describe puts an icon in
 the task bar and allows you to start and stop the node? Also I'm unsure
 exactly what freenet.node.NODE switch actually does, maybe there is a
 help file or a help output from the java command above.


The icon is a separate utility that calls the Windows service so this can be
ignored.
The freenet.node.NODE switch tells Java what part of the Freenet code to
start first.


 I'm a bit confused now about exactly what files to install. I'm guessing
 I can take a standard Windows installation and just put all the files in
 the Program Files/Freenet directory into ramdisk and run the java
 command above and that's all, is this correct?


Yes.


 Thanks for the help BTW :)

 Mark.




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Re: [freenet-support] BartPE plugin for Freenet 0.7?

2010-08-26 Thread Juiceman
On Thu, Aug 26, 2010 at 5:11 PM, Mark perkype...@hotmail.co.uk wrote:

 Hi All,

 Does anyone have a bartPE plugin available for Freenet V0.7?

 If no-one has done this I'm thinking of having a go. It would be really
 useful though if I could get the following information from somewhere
 (maybe this is already published somewhere, apologies if it is):

 1) A list of all files and where they should be put
 2) A list of registry entries to be made
 3) What services need to be registered and run
 4) Where temporary files Freenet creates should be put

 I'm thinking of using a machine with 2G of RAM and implement a 1G
 ramdisk, the bartPE itself will be on a read only bootable USB stick.

 Does anyone have a feel for how difficult this might be, or any gotchas
 I need to look out for?

 If I manage to get it going I'll make it available to the Freenet
 community.

 As an aside, I really think Freenet should create and publish their own
 official bartPE plugin, this would allow liveCDs and liveUSBs to be
 easily created that are guaranteed not to leave any footprint whatsoever
 on a host PC, especially useful for those living in oppressive regimes
 who want to leave no trace of a Freenet being run.

 Thanks!

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I think this is a great idea, I look forward to testing it for you.  Many of
the answers you need can be found on one of the wikis.
http://wiki.freenetproject.org or http://new-wiki.freenetproject.org.  You
can even add info to the new wiki about your plugin project.

No registry entries need to be made, nor do any services need to be run.
The node can be run with a simple batch command, something like java -
Xmx100M http://wiki.freenetproject.org/Xmx100M/edit -cp
freenet-ext.jar:freenet-cvs-snapshot.jar freenet.node.Node freenet.ini


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Re: [freenet-support] installer is infected w/ trojan?

2010-07-23 Thread Juiceman
On Mon, Jul 19, 2010 at 2:43 PM, Collette Lynner
colle...@mlwebworks.com wrote:
 This is strange, but I ran a scan which shows that the installer
 'Freenetinstaller-1261', which I dowloaded from freenetproject.org a couple
 of days ago, is infected with a trojan, labeled
 Trojan-Downloader.Win32.Geral.jjl!A2

 What's your advice?

It's very probably it is a false positive that has to do with our
installer/packer software.  Future editions will not be compressed
using this so we can avoid this issue.  Not sure just when they will
make this change in the releasing scripts, though.



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Re: [freenet-support] Out of memory, too many threads?

2010-07-13 Thread Juiceman
On Wed, Jul 14, 2010 at 1:19 AM, Felix Schneider felix...@ymail.com wrote:
 Try setting wrapper.java.maxmemory to at least 192 mbytes. Having
 200-400 threads on busy nodes is however fairly common.
 I have tried that but it didn't help. My node isn't very busy. I just
 installed it
 and I haven't downloaded or uploaded anything yet. There are 14
 connections at most.

 But I have found another setting in freenet.ini, node.load.threadLimit.
 It was set to 200. I changed it to 100 and now the maximum RAM usage seems
 to be about 420MB. ps ms shows between 110 and 130 threads. (Why not
 100 or less?)

 What is the minimum value for threadLimit? 70 seems to work, but can I
 safely set it to even lower values? At 70 memory usage is still around 400MB
 and seems to be growing. I am afraid the program will crash again soon.

 Felix

This might be due to a bug I have seen in the Library plugin.  Try
uninstalling that, restarting the node and tell us what you find.

Your node should run in 192mb of ram if you aren't doing large
downloads or uploads.

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Re: [freenet-support] Java cpu usage running amok

2010-07-10 Thread Juiceman
On Sat, Jul 10, 2010 at 6:29 AM, Matthew Toseland
t...@amphibian.dyndns.org wrote:
 You installed it on the same day and yet  the certificate was corrupted?

 I wonder if the certificate is wrong in the wininstaller?


Yes it is, I emailed you about it.
If you look at the wininstaller the startssl.pem file contains
repeated sections, it looks corrupted to me.

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Re: [freenet-support] Java cpu usage running amok

2010-07-08 Thread Juiceman
On Wed, Jul 7, 2010 at 6:21 PM, Juiceman juicema...@gmail.com wrote:
 On Fri, Jul 2, 2010 at 6:50 AM, Jep j...@jep-z11.xs4all.nl wrote:
 Got a freenet node running for no less than a full week and even the auto
 update did its job for the first time. Up til now I had to un- and
 reinstall.
 It disconnected me still, but deleting node.db4o and persistent-temp while
 restarting FN was enough to reconnect.

 I noticed it helps somewhat to limit my downloads to exactly 1, still CPU
 usage of java is way too high.
 Allowing java to use only 1 of my dualcore and use of a helper program to
 set javas priority to 'low' or even throttle the process is not enough to
 keep cpu cycles consumption at bay.

 My Freenet install is somehow f%^#ed and I've got no idea how to repair it.
 Manual update doesn't work at all, it sees not-existing new versions that of
 course fail to install. Also, an experimental downgrade to see if autoupdate
 works then did not work out.
 Tried it on a second box with pretty much a plain vanilla xp sp3 and it
 gives the same results.

 No software firewall, ports are checked opened in the hardware router. Sun
 java 1.6.0_20-b02.
 512 mB allocated to FN, besides the wrapper version issue there are no error
 msgs in the logs. Don't want to mail those because they contain too much
 ID'ing, the command line update says:
 - Freenet installation found at []
 -
 - Checking for Freenet JAR updates...
 -
 - Checking main jar
   - New main jar found!
 - Checking ext jar
   - New ext jar found!
 - Checking wrapper .exe
   - New wrapper .exe found!
 - Checking wrapper .dll
   - New wrapper .dll found!
 - Checking start.exe
   - New start.exe found!
 - Checking stop.exe
   - New stop.exe found!
 - Checking freenettray.exe
   - New freenettray.exe found!
 The system cannot find the path specified.
 - Checking freenetlauncher.exe
   - New freenetlauncher.exe found!
 -
 - New Freenet version found!  Installing now...
 -
 - Downloading new files...
 Error while handling the CA :java.io.IOException: DerValue.getBigInteger,
 not an
  int 48
 java.security.cert.CertificateParsingException: java.io.IOException:
 DerValue.ge
 tBigInteger, not an int 48
        at sun.security.x509.X509CertInfo.init(Unknown Source)
        at sun.security.x509.X509CertImpl.parse(Unknown Source)
        at sun.security.x509.X509CertImpl.init(Unknown Source)
        at sun.security.provider.X509Factory.parseX509orPKCS7Cert(Unknown
 Source
 )
        at
 sun.security.provider.X509Factory.engineGenerateCertificates(Unknown
 Source)
        at java.security.cert.CertificateFactory.generateCertificates(Unknown
 So
 urce)
        at Sha1Test.main(Sha1Test.java:52)
 Caused by: java.io.IOException: DerValue.getBigInteger, not an int 48
        at sun.security.util.DerValue.getBigInteger(Unknown Source)
        at sun.security.x509.SerialNumber.construct(Unknown Source)
        at sun.security.x509.SerialNumber.init(Unknown Source)
        at sun.security.x509.CertificateSerialNumber.init(Unknown Source)
        at sun.security.x509.X509CertInfo.parse(Unknown Source)
        ... 7 more
 - Error! Freenet update failed, one or more files didn't download
 correctly...
 -
 - Cleaning up...
 - Changing file permissions
 ==

Just an update for those on the list - it turns out his startssl.pem
file was corrupt.  He is now up and running.  =)


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Re: [freenet-support] Java cpu usage running amok

2010-07-07 Thread Juiceman
On Fri, Jul 2, 2010 at 6:50 AM, Jep j...@jep-z11.xs4all.nl wrote:
 Got a freenet node running for no less than a full week and even the auto
 update did its job for the first time. Up til now I had to un- and
 reinstall.
 It disconnected me still, but deleting node.db4o and persistent-temp while
 restarting FN was enough to reconnect.

 I noticed it helps somewhat to limit my downloads to exactly 1, still CPU
 usage of java is way too high.
 Allowing java to use only 1 of my dualcore and use of a helper program to
 set javas priority to 'low' or even throttle the process is not enough to
 keep cpu cycles consumption at bay.

 My Freenet install is somehow f%^#ed and I've got no idea how to repair it.
 Manual update doesn't work at all, it sees not-existing new versions that of
 course fail to install. Also, an experimental downgrade to see if autoupdate
 works then did not work out.
 Tried it on a second box with pretty much a plain vanilla xp sp3 and it
 gives the same results.

 No software firewall, ports are checked opened in the hardware router. Sun
 java 1.6.0_20-b02.
 512 mB allocated to FN, besides the wrapper version issue there are no error
 msgs in the logs. Don't want to mail those because they contain too much
 ID'ing, the command line update says:
 - Freenet installation found at []
 -
 - Checking for Freenet JAR updates...
 -
 - Checking main jar
   - New main jar found!
 - Checking ext jar
   - New ext jar found!
 - Checking wrapper .exe
   - New wrapper .exe found!
 - Checking wrapper .dll
   - New wrapper .dll found!
 - Checking start.exe
   - New start.exe found!
 - Checking stop.exe
   - New stop.exe found!
 - Checking freenettray.exe
   - New freenettray.exe found!
 The system cannot find the path specified.
 - Checking freenetlauncher.exe
   - New freenetlauncher.exe found!
 -
 - New Freenet version found!  Installing now...
 -
 - Downloading new files...
 Error while handling the CA :java.io.IOException: DerValue.getBigInteger,
 not an
  int 48
 java.security.cert.CertificateParsingException: java.io.IOException:
 DerValue.ge
 tBigInteger, not an int 48
        at sun.security.x509.X509CertInfo.init(Unknown Source)
        at sun.security.x509.X509CertImpl.parse(Unknown Source)
        at sun.security.x509.X509CertImpl.init(Unknown Source)
        at sun.security.provider.X509Factory.parseX509orPKCS7Cert(Unknown
 Source
 )
        at
 sun.security.provider.X509Factory.engineGenerateCertificates(Unknown
 Source)
        at java.security.cert.CertificateFactory.generateCertificates(Unknown
 So
 urce)
        at Sha1Test.main(Sha1Test.java:52)
 Caused by: java.io.IOException: DerValue.getBigInteger, not an int 48
        at sun.security.util.DerValue.getBigInteger(Unknown Source)
        at sun.security.x509.SerialNumber.construct(Unknown Source)
        at sun.security.x509.SerialNumber.init(Unknown Source)
        at sun.security.x509.CertificateSerialNumber.init(Unknown Source)
        at sun.security.x509.X509CertInfo.parse(Unknown Source)
        ... 7 more
 - Error! Freenet update failed, one or more files didn't download
 correctly...
 -
 - Cleaning up...
 - Changing file permissions
 ==

 Any suggestion? Thanks.

Try it now, looks like Toad may have fixed something on the server side.

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Re: [freenet-support] failure to launch

2010-06-22 Thread Juiceman
On Tue, Jun 8, 2010 at 11:13 AM, Darixa-DNAEntertainment darix...@yahoo.com
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   Hi, I keep recieving the  message attached while trying to launch after
 instalation.  I have Vista. Thanks for your help.

 Darixa Rodriguez, MT(ASCP)
 *DNA**Entertainment*
 *(787)531-0313 / (787) 640-8524  *



This is a bug that was accidentily released recently, sorry.  To fix it, go
to the directory you have Freenet installed and find freenet.ini.tmp and
rename it to freenet.ini   (you may have to change your Windows folder view
settings to see the filename extensions)


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Re: [freenet-support] OS X 10.5.7 Install Fail

2009-11-29 Thread Juiceman



On Sun, Nov 29, 2009 at 4:36 PM, Ali Abdallah lt;aliabdalla...@gmail.comgt; 
wrote:
Hi, I attempted to install freenet on my mac computer, OS X v. 10.5.7The 
installation failed.
Under the Java start installer it provides the following details:
An error occurred while launching/running the application.
Title: Freenet 0.7.5 installerVendor: Freenet Project Inc.Category: Download 
Error
Unable to load resource: 
http://freenet.googlecode.com/files/new_installer_offline_1239.jar
Under the Launch file Tab is the following:
lt;?xml version=1.0 encoding=utf-8?gt;lt;!-- JNLP File for Freenet --gt;lt;jnlp spec=1.0+ codebase=http://freenet.googlecode.com/files/; href=http://checksums.freenetproject.org/latest/freenet.jnlpgt;   lt;informationgt; lt;titlegt;Freenet 0.7.5 
installerlt;/titlegt;  lt;vendorgt;Freenet Project Inc.lt;/vendorgt;   lt;homepage href=http://freenetproject.org//gt;   lt;descriptiongt;Freenet Java Reference Implementationlt;/descriptiongt;lt;description kind=shortgt;  Freenet is free software 
which lets you publish and obtain information on the Internet without fear of censorship. To achieve this freedom, the network is entirely decentralized and publishers and consumers of information are anonymous. Without anonymity there can never be true freedom of speech, and without decentralization the network will be vulnerable to attack.lt;/descriptiongt;
lt;icon href=freenet-icon.gif/gt; lt;icon kind=splash href=splash.gif/gt;   lt;/informationgt;lt;securitygt;lt;all-permissions/gt;lt;/securitygt;   lt;resourcesgt;   lt;jar href=new_installer_offline_1239.jar /gt;   
lt;j2se version=1.5.0+ /gt;   lt;/resourcesgt;  lt;application-desc/gt;lt;/jnlpgt;

Under the Exception tab is the following:
JNLPException[category: Download Error : Exception: java.io.IOException: HTTP 
response 404 : LaunchDesc: null ] at 
com.sun.javaws.cache.DownloadProtocol.doDownload(DownloadProtocol.java:595)  at 
com.sun.javaws.cache.DownloadProtocol.getDownloadSize(DownloadProtocol.java:897)
 at com.sun.javaws.LaunchDownload.downloadJarFiles(LaunchDownload.java:698) 
 at 
com.sun.javaws.LaunchDownload.downloadEagerorAll(LaunchDownload.java:662)at 
com.sun.javaws.Launcher.downloadResources(Launcher.java:1039)at 
com.sun.javaws.Launcher.handleApplicationDesc(Launcher.java:382) at 
com.sun.javaws.Launcher.handleLaunchFile(Launcher.java:218)  at 
com.sun.javaws.Launcher.run(Launcher.java:165)   at 
java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:613)
Under the Wrapped Exception tab is the following:
java.io.IOException: HTTP response 404  at 
com.sun.javaws.cache.DownloadProtocol.doDownload(DownloadProtocol.java:595)  at 
com.sun.javaws.cache.DownloadProtocol.getDownloadSize(DownloadProtocol.java:897)
 at com.sun.javaws.LaunchDownload.downloadJarFiles(LaunchDownload.java:698) 
 at 
com.sun.javaws.LaunchDownload.downloadEagerorAll(LaunchDownload.java:662)at 
com.sun.javaws.Launcher.downloadResources(Launcher.java:1039)at 
com.sun.javaws.Launcher.handleApplicationDesc(Launcher.java:382) at 
com.sun.javaws.Launcher.handleLaunchFile(Launcher.java:218)  at 
com.sun.javaws.Launcher.run(Launcher.java:165)   at 
java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:613)



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Thank you for the very detailed bug report!nbsp; 
Can you download http://freenet.googlecode.com/files/new_installer_offline_1239.jar manually?nbsp; It should be about 9.9MB in size.nbsp; If that is successful, open the downloaded file and see if it launches the installer.


Please let us know either way.
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Re: [freenet-support] OS X 10.5.7 Install Fail

2009-11-29 Thread Juiceman



On Sun, Nov 29, 2009 at 5:41 PM, Ali Abdallah lt;aliabdalla...@gmail.comgt; 
wrote:
I appreciate the prompt response!I have successfully installed freenet and I am 
browsing, checking things out.However, this message appears at the top:Your 
installed version of Java is vulnerable to a severe remote exploit (remote code 
execution!). You must upgrade to at least Java 5 update 20 or Java 6 update 15 
as soon as possible. Freenet has disabled any plugins handling XML for the time 
being, but this includes searching and chat so you should upgrade ASAP! See 
http://www.cert.fi/en/reports/2009/vulnerability2009085.html for details. Also, 
please do not use Thaw or Freetalk. The UPnP plugin is enabled, it might 
present a risk if you have bad guys on your LAN, but without it Freenet will 
not be able to port forward and will have severe problems.Could not load 
plugin!The plugin ThawIndexBrowser could not be loaded: unexpected error while 
plugin loading freenet.pluginmanager.PluginNotFoundException: plugin cannot be 
loaded because your JVM is dangerously old; plugin uses XML and your JVM has 
remote code execution vulnerabilities in its XML parser
We are still trying to load the plugin over Freenet.
You can try again over Freenet, or you can fetch it over the web.
I'm having trouble upgrading my java as it does not appear in my system update 
menu after I look for updates.The java website tells me I must update directly 
from the Mac system.
Apple is always slow to update Java.nbsp; :(nbsp; It's a recurring theme.

The closest thing I can find for you is 
http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/apple/application_updates/javaformacosx105update5.htmlnbsp;
 but it looks like it requires OS X 10.5.8 ??

I don't have a Mac myself, but some folks on this mailing list do.nbsp; 
Perhaps one of them can offer additional help.

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Re: [freenet-support] Can't get Freenet to work

2009-10-11 Thread Juiceman
On Sun, Sep 20, 2009 at 6:08 AM, Ronald Quinn qronal...@gmail.com wrote:
 I have downloaded freenet and installed it.After It was done It said it
 had successfully installed but when I try to run it this message appears:

 Freenet start script was unable to start the freenet system service.
 Please reinstall freenet
 If the problem keeps occurring, please report this error to the developers.
 I've reinstalled it several times and it did no good. I'm not the most
 computer savvy person and I was wondering if I could get any help on the
 matter.
 thank you,
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What operating system?  Which installer did you use?


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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet installation problem

2009-10-11 Thread Juiceman
On Sun, Sep 20, 2009 at 10:32 AM, ahmed mohamed fall
mohamed...@yahoo.comwrote:

 Dear sirs

 While trying to install freenet, at the end, I received this error message
 : Freener start script was unable to control the Freenet system as it
 appears to be stuck. Please reinstall Freenet. If the problem keeps
 occuring, please report this message error to the developers

 I reinstalled Freenet but the problem persists

 So, I contact you to get solutioi to this problem

 Congratulations and Regards

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Re: [freenet-support] elettra, a supplementary way to encrypt files on your harddisk

2009-10-08 Thread Juiceman
On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 4:12 PM,  urza9...@gmail.com wrote:
 It could be quite useful to encrypt downloads though, and/or Freenet
 itself...

 On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 3:56 PM, Artefact2 artefa...@gmail.com wrote:

 On Thu, Oct 8, 2009 at 8:26 PM, bqz69 bq...@telia.com wrote:

 Elettra might be supplementary to freenet users, a supplementary way to
 encrypt important data on your harddisk?


 Pointless imho. Freenet *already* encrypt pretty much everything even
 remotely critical by default (and even more in higher physical security
 levels) and it already uses plausible deniability.

You could use it for your Freesite files and/or private keys, but yeah
no better than TrueCrypt I would think.

It never hurts to share ideas, though.  :)

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Re: [freenet-support] node doesn't start

2009-08-17 Thread Juiceman
On Mon, Aug 17, 2009 at 3:52 AM, sichs...@cafe-philo.net wrote:
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 Hello,

 My node doesn't start
 Here is the wrapper.log, do you have any idea ?


 Thanks..

 sich
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 STATUS | wrapper  | 2009/08/17 09:29:12 | -- Wrapper Started as Daemon
 STATUS | wrapper  | 2009/08/17 09:29:12 | Launching a JVM...
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:12 | WrapperManager: Initializing...
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:13 | WrapperManager: WARNING - The 
 Wrapper jar file currently in use is version 3.3.1
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:13 | WrapperManager:           while the 
 version of the Wrapper which launched this JVM is
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:13 | WrapperManager:           3.2.3.
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:13 | WrapperManager:           The 
 Wrapper may appear to work correctly but some features may
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:13 | WrapperManager:           not 
 function correctly.  This configuration has not been tested
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:13 | WrapperManager:           and is 
 not supported.
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:13 | WrapperManager:
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:13 | freenet.jar built with 
 freenet-ext.jar Build #26 r23771
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:13 |     Attempting to load the 
 NativeThread library 
 [jar:file:/home/freenet/freenet/freenet-ext.jar!/freenet/support/io/libNativeThread-i386.so]
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:13 | Using the NativeThread 
 implementation (base nice level is 10)
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:13 | Initializing Node using Freenet 
 Build #1230 rbuild01230-real and freenet-ext Build #26 r23771 with Sun 
 Microsystems Inc. JVM version 1.6.0_14 running on i386 Linux 2.6.26-2-686
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:14 | Starting FProxy on 0.0.0.0:
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:14 | INFO: Native CPUID library 
 'freenet/support/CPUInformation/libjcpuid-x86-linux.so' loaded from resource
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:14 | INFO: Optimized native BigInteger 
 library 'net/i2p/util/libjbigi-linux-pentium4.so' loaded from resource
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:15 | Created log files
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:28 | Optimise native queries: true
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:28 | Query activation depth: 1
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:28 | Defragmenting persistent downloads 
 database.
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:29 | [db4o 7.4.63.11890   2009-08-17 
 09:29:29]
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:29 |  './node.db4o.tmp' opened O.K.
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:29 | [db4o 7.4.63.11890   2009-08-17 
 09:29:29]
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:29 |  File not found: './node.db4o' 
 Creating new file
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:29 | [db4o 7.4.63.11890   2009-08-17 
 09:29:29]
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:29 |  './node.db4o' opened O.K.
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:30 | [db4o 7.4.63.11890   2009-08-17 
 09:29:30]
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:30 |  './node.db4o.tmp' close request
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:30 | [db4o 7.4.63.11890   2009-08-17 
 09:29:30]
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:30 |  './node.db4o.tmp' closed
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:30 | [db4o 7.4.63.11890   2009-08-17 
 09:29:30]
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:30 |  './node.db4o' close request
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:30 | [db4o 7.4.63.11890   2009-08-17 
 09:29:30]
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:30 |  './node.db4o' closed
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:30 | WrapperManager Error: Error in 
 WrapperListener.start callback.  java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException: 16
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:30 | WrapperManager Error: 
 java.lang.ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException: 16
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:30 | WrapperManager Error:         at 
 com.db4o.internal.ByteArrayBuffer.readInt(ByteArrayBuffer.java:155)
 INFO   | jvm 1    | 2009/08/17 09:29:30 | WrapperManager Error:         at 

Re: [freenet-support] Freenet Not detecting JVM Properly

2009-08-08 Thread Juiceman
On Sun, Aug 9, 2009 at 12:22 AM, Jeff Isaaccineveggie.li...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hello!

 I recently updated to build 1228 per the recommendation of this thread
 and the automatic process of my node. I also updated my Java to J6R15,
 which according to the Java control panel is the latest version of J6.
 My node, however, insists that I have to have J5R15 or J6R20 (which
 appears to not exist yet), and is warning me about the security flaw
 that I had believed these updates were supposed to protect against. Any
 thoughts? Is it possible the node is misidentifying the requirements?

 Thanks!

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I get the same thing.  Freenet stat page shows Java Version: 1.6.0_15
so the code that is checking versions is not right.  here it is!

+if(is150  subver  10)
+  spuriousOOMs = true;
+
+if(is150  subver  15 || is160  subver  20)
+  xmlRemoteCodeExec = true;

That's backwards.
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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet Not detecting JVM Properly

2009-08-08 Thread Juiceman
On Sun, Aug 9, 2009 at 1:33 AM, Juicemanjuicema...@gmail.com wrote:
 On Sun, Aug 9, 2009 at 12:22 AM, Jeff Isaaccineveggie.li...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hello!

 I recently updated to build 1228 per the recommendation of this thread
 and the automatic process of my node. I also updated my Java to J6R15,
 which according to the Java control panel is the latest version of J6.
 My node, however, insists that I have to have J5R15 or J6R20 (which
 appears to not exist yet), and is warning me about the security flaw
 that I had believed these updates were supposed to protect against. Any
 thoughts? Is it possible the node is misidentifying the requirements?

 Thanks!

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 I get the same thing.  Freenet stat page shows Java Version: 1.6.0_15
 so the code that is checking versions is not right.  here it is!

 +        if(is150  subver  10)
 +          spuriousOOMs = true;
 +
 +        if(is150  subver  15 || is160  subver  20)
 +          xmlRemoteCodeExec = true;

 That's backwards.


I have corrected the code in commit e195ed26 on the staging branch.
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Re: [freenet-support] Part 2: Probably a bug: please report: 1 peers forcibly disconnected due to not acknowledging packets.

2009-08-07 Thread Juiceman
On Thu, Jul 30, 2009 at 8:12 AM, Toni Bergmantoni.berg...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hi, I got this error again, but this time I got more info about it
 Probably a bug: please report: 1 peers forcibly disconnected due to not
 acknowledging packets.
 1 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets even
 after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code. Please report
 it to us at the bug tracker at https://bugs.freenetproject.org/ or to the
 support mailing list supp...@freenetproject.org. Please include this message
 and what version of the node you are running. The affected peers (you may
 not want to include this in your bug report if they are darknet peers) are:
     * 165.154.46.119:34072

 Versio info
     * Freenet 0.7.5 Build #1223 build01223-real
     * Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771

 My machine: modern gaming specs win xp pro, direct connection.

 Here's the extra info, it seems that peer is trying to attack my node and
 probably many others. Switching it's port and trying to connect again. Since
 opennet by default won't allow more than 1 connection per IP, I don't see
 the point.. Maybe it's giving me some false info in order to confuse my
 node. Here's what I found at my CONNECTIVITY - stats page. I removed all but
 the 1 attacking ip address so it's clearer to view.


 Packets for UDP Opennet port 7464 by port - Maybe port forwarded (minimum
 tunnel lifetime 5h31m)
 Address    Sent/received packets    Local/remote    Startup to first send
 Online to first receive
 62.202.36.197:25164     1/ 1     REMOTE     3h12m     3h12m     3h12m @
 2h23m ago
 62.202.36.197:25163     4/ 2     REMOTE     3h12m     3h12m     3h12m @
 2h23m ago
*snip*

That's very interesting!  That IP resolves to China, I believe:

Pinging 197.36.202.62.cust.bluewin.ch [62.202.36.197] with 32 bytes of data:
Request timed out.
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Re: [freenet-support] New model fit-pc2 out

2009-06-23 Thread Juiceman
On Tue, Jun 23, 2009 at 11:42 AM, user1bq...@telia.com wrote:
 On Tuesday 23 June 2009 03:23:42 am user1 wrote:
 On Tuesday 23 June 2009 12:54:02 am Juiceman wrote:
  On Mon, Jun 22, 2009 at 5:05 AM, user1bq...@telia.com wrote:
   I have been testing a fit-pc older model  as a mini freenet server with
   success.
  
   Just quite slow for administration.
  
   I have noticed that a newer model is out (7 w power consumption):
  
   Here are the specifications:
  
   http://fit-pc2.com/wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page
  
   Please note that you plug the harddisk into a miniSD socket, and thus
   it is easy to switch harddisks - any 2.5 sata harddisk will do - one
   for possibly private -or one for non private stuff.
  
   Here is a minitest:
  
   http://www.linux.com/news/hardware/desktops/18899-fit-pc2-ubuntu-deskto
  p- in-a- tiny-box
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  Cool!  What kind of performance do you get out of it?

 I had power failure to day 23 june 2009, and my fit-pc mini freenet server was
 shut down.

 Half an hour later it was up again by itself running without me touching it.

 Here is some statistic from when it again was up running:

 Ubuntu 8.04 - 256 mb ram - Freenet ver. 0.7.5 - store size 20 GB

256 mb ram for the whole system?


 Java ver. 1.6.0_07

 JVM ver. 10.0-b23

 Used Java memory 27.4 MiB

 Allocated Java memory 59.6 MiB

 Max Java memory 254 MiB

With builds of the past month or two, ram usage is way down.  If your
entire system only has 256 mb of ram, you could reduce Freenet's max
ram to a lower number, perhaps 192 or 160.  I don't usually see mine
climb over 128 mb here unless I am doing some heavy usage.


 Running threads 94/500

 Connected 19

 Busy 1

 Input rate 25.5 KiB/s (of 200 KiB/s)

 Output rate 26.8 KiB/s (of 50.0 KiB/s)

 Total input 21.9 MiB (9.25 KiB/s average)

 Total output 32.9 MiB (13.9 KiB/s average)

 Payload output 21.8 MiB (9.23 KiB/sec) (66 %)

 # 1222  build 01222
 # 26r23771

 So for the last some couple of months my mini freenet server has updated
 everything automatic by itself without any interference from me, and kept
 running and running


Excellent news =)
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Re: [freenet-support] New model fit-pc2 out

2009-06-22 Thread Juiceman
On Mon, Jun 22, 2009 at 5:05 AM, user1bq...@telia.com wrote:
 I have been testing a fit-pc older model  as a mini freenet server with
 success.

 Just quite slow for administration.

 I have noticed that a newer model is out (7 w power consumption):

 Here are the specifications:

 http://fit-pc2.com/wiki/index.php?title=Main_Page

 Please note that you plug the harddisk into a miniSD socket, and thus it is
 easy to switch harddisks - any 2.5 sata harddisk will do - one for possibly
 private -or one for non private stuff.

 Here is a minitest:

 http://www.linux.com/news/hardware/desktops/18899-fit-pc2-ubuntu-desktop-in-a-
 tiny-box
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Cool!  What kind of performance do you get out of it?

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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet HTML page loads only partially

2009-06-07 Thread Juiceman
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On Sun, Jun 7, 2009 at 3:55 AM, Prawda2 wrote:
 Hello,

 Too see how (and if) freenet really works I created my first test-page.

 The key is:
 u...@f-wpzfvcasstm-i6hifzfvrevyhsoame3qz03djjewy,vBdtIQ6JYGV-wVMVWqTKwOSlq00J4UmhbUUFFSBDHQQ,AQACAAE/prawda2/1/index2.html

 It went well, but I have 2 problems with it now.

 1) When I enter the key manually the page loads, but before it happens I get
 a warning:
 Unknown and potentially dangerous content type:

 Size: 15.9 KiB
 MIME type:

 It happens even though I set a proper MIME type before publishing the files.


 2) When I launch this key from a bookmark it does not warn, but then only
 part of the page loads. :( The HTML file is just cut.

 The same happens when I use internel key-link from a sub-page, not a
 bookmark:
 u...@f-wpzfvcasstm-i6hifzfvrevyhsoame3qz03djjewy,vBdtIQ6JYGV-wVMVWqTKwOSlq00J4UmhbUUFFSBDHQQ,AQACAAE/prawda2/1/index.html


 Can anyone please help, or at least explain what is happening here?
 Is there anything I could do to fix this?

 Cheers,
 Piotr

It seems to be a bug in the Freenet home page.  Inputing any Freenet
URI results in ?type= being appended after the URI, thus causing the
node to warn.


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Re: [freenet-support] Is it my system, or had builds 1208-1209 have severe performance issues?

2009-06-05 Thread Juiceman
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On Fri, Jun 5, 2009 at 3:55 PM, Matthew Toseland wrote:
 On Monday 04 May 2009 21:21:50 Victor Denisov wrote:
 Hello,

 Since my node autoupdated to 1208, my system's performance degraded so
 much as to render it completely unusable while Freenet is running. I
 can't perform simplest tasks, such as surfing or typing a document, as
 switching between tabs in Opera can take 10+ seconds and delay between
 typing a letter and it showing up in Word can be several seconds as
 well. Anything more stressing (such as running a game or developing an
 application) is simply not possible.

 From what I can see, the reason for this is that Freenet makes hundreds
 of small disk i/o ops per second, basically blocking the OS from
 accessing the hard drive for swapping and such.

 The above is definitely affected by the queue size. First, I tried
 adding ~ 100 random files from Thaw when the node first updated, but
 hadn't had the patience to wait for the request to complete (I think I
 waited at least 20 minutes, perhaps more - with the system being nearly
 paralyzed by the constant HDD thrashing). With just 3 or 4 files being
 put in the queue the system starts to stutter noticeably, provided that
 files start downloading and not hang at 0%. The only time when I can run
 Freenet as a real background app is when I don't have any files in the
 queue and FMS isn't running (which seems more or less pointless to me :-().

 My system is set up as follows:

 AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+
 4 Gb RAM
 2x250 Gb 7200 rpm SATA2 HDD (mirror via mobo's built-in nVidia 570 RAID
 controller)
 Windows XP x64
 Java 1.6.0_07 64-bit
 Of course, all the latest updates/patches/drivers, etc.
 Freenet uses 5 Gb datastore on an unencrypted partition.

 Interesting thing I noticed was that Freenet significantly underutilized
 the memory I provide it with. From 320 Mb heap memory available, I
 hadn't seen it allocate more than ~ 80 Mb.

 Any thoughts on why this could be happening? I hadn't seen anyone
 complain about the performance of 1208/09 yet, so it is probably
 something with my machine :-(, but it beats me what it could be :-(.

 Do you (anyone, everyone, especially on windows with low end hardware) get 
 good performance with queued downloads on 1214 now? Can I close the bug 
 concerning this thread? (#3075)

I don't have low-end hardware, but my Windows node gets excellent
performance now, thank you! =)

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Re: [freenet-support] 1210 performance

2009-05-22 Thread Juiceman
On Fri, May 22, 2009 at 12:20 PM, Matthew Toseland
t...@amphibian.dyndns.org wrote:
 On Friday 22 May 2009 11:38:10 3BUIb3S50i 3BUIb3S50i wrote:
 *With Salt-Hash :*

 My freenet partition and the pages 127.0.0.1:/... take tens of seconds
 or several minutes to display (files, directory, freesites, config,
 statistics...). In addition, my stats:

 CHK Request RTT=1m7s
 SSK Request RTT=12,711s
 CHK Insert RTT=1m39s
 SSK Insert RTT=22,441s

 Successful     35,454s
 Unsuccessful     14,235s
 Average     23,404s

 *With BDB :*

 No problem. My stats :

 CHK Request RTT=9,132s
 SSK Request RTT=11,833s
 CHK Insert RTT=41,958s
 SSK Insert RTT=24,022s

 Successful     11,734s
 Unsuccessful     15,130s
 Average     13,338s

     * Freenet 0.7 Build #1210 build01210
     * Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771
     * Used Java memory: 117 MiB
     * Allocated Java memory: 246 MiB
     * Maximum Java memory: 246 MiB
     * Running threads: 172/500
     * Available CPUs: 2
     * Java Version: 1.6.0_10
     * JVM Vendor: Sun Microsystems Inc.
     * JVM Version: 11.0-b15
     * OS Name: Linux
     * OS Version: 2.6.27-14-generic
     * OS Architecture: amd64

 Is this a swapping problem? How much actual RAM does the machine have? The
 Bloom filter memory requirements on salted-hash may be pushing Freenet into
 swap, that's one plausible explanation.

 Also, is this specifically a 1210 problem? How did it behave with 1209?

 Also, was it rebuilding the bloom filters or resizing the store at the time?


I'm seeing excellent performance here

Node Version Information

* Freenet 0.7 Build #1210 build01210
* Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771

JVM Info

* Used Java memory: 55.8 MiB
* Allocated Java memory: 63.8 MiB
* Maximum Java memory: 508 MiB
* Running threads: 175/500
* Available CPUs: 4
* Java Version: 1.6.0_13
* JVM Vendor: Sun Microsystems Inc.
* JVM Version: 11.3-b02
* OS Name: Windows XP
* OS Version: 5.1
* OS Architecture: x86

Statistics Gathering

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* Download your translations file

Datastore
Store   Cache
Keys281,648 286,941
Capacity286,940 286,941
Data Size   8.59 GiB8.75 GiB
Utilization 98.2%   100.0%
Read-Requests   819,374 805,468
Successful Reads13,906  24,718
Success Rate1.6971% 3.0688%
Writes  5,312   128,792
Access Rate 3.78 /sec   3.72 /sec
Write Rate  0.02 /sec   0.59 /sec
False Pos.  32  17
Avg. Location   0.8579  0.8142
Avg. Success Loc.   0.8575  0.7892
Furthest Success0.4940  0.5000
Avg. Distance   0.1421  0.1858
Distance Stats  100.0%  100.0%
Load limiting

* Global window: 17.572336224116455
* Real global window: 1.0336668367127326
* CHK Request RTT=17.803s delay=1.013s bw=32347B/sec
* SSK Request RTT=16.062s delay=0.914s bw=1120B/sec
* CHK Insert RTT=28.739s delay=1.635s bw=20041B/sec
* SSK Insert RTT=21.675s delay=1.233s bw=830B/sec
* CHK window: freenet.node.throttlewindowmana...@1e6f06c w:
1.2642763090240052, d:0.6896825=6268178/9088498, SSK window:
freenet.node.throttlewindowmana...@b28200 w: 0.9915868376493913,
d:0.6895851=6247891/9060363
* Request window: freenet.node.throttlewindowmana...@1750ae1 w:
1.0205786711048037, d:0.7563649=45068/59585, Insert window:
freenet.node.throttlewindowmana...@11d5b59 w: 5.869120935526169,
d:0.06326531=31/490

Success rates
Group   P(success)  Count
All requests6.086%  1,653,145
CHKs12.691% 756,613
SSKs0.511%  896,532
Local requests  18.503% 74,219
Remote requests 5.502%  1,578,926
Block transfers 96.809% 143,699
Turtled downstream  87.338% 2,693
Transfers timed out 0.483%  2,693
Turtle requests 66.120% 549
Detailed timings (local CHK fetches)
Successful  14.112s
Unsuccessful12.143s
Average 12.154s

Current Activity

* Inserts: 3 total senders, 3 CHK handlers, 0 SSK handlers (0 local)
* Requests: 82 total senders, 40 CHK handlers, 58 SSK handlers (0 local)
* Transferring Requests: sending 4, receiving 12, receiving turtles 0
* ARK Fetch Requests: 2
* FetcherByUSKSize: 0
* BackgroundFetcherByUSKSize: 18
* temporaryBackgroundFetchersLRUSize: 0

Node status overview

* bwlimitDelayTime: 15ms
* nodeAveragePingTime: 332ms
* darknetSizeEstimateSession: 35 nodes
* darknetSizeEstimate24h: 0 nodes
* darknetSizeEstimate48h: 21 nodes
* opennetSizeEstimateSession: 6812 nodes
* opennetSizeEstimate24h: 5178 nodes
* opennetSizeEstimate48h: 6367 nodes
* nodeUptime: 2d12h
* routingMissDistance: 0.0544
* backedOffPercent: 8.9%
* pInstantReject: 0.0%
* unclaimedFIFOSize: 304
* RAMBucketPoolSize: 8.73 MiB / 100 MiB
* uptimeAverage: 100.0%

Peer statistics

* Connected: 17
* Backed off: 1
* Disconnected: 1
* Never connected: 1


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Re: [freenet-support] 1210 performance

2009-05-22 Thread Juiceman
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On Fri, May 22, 2009 at 1:01 PM, 3BUIb3S50i 3BUIb3S50i  wrote:
 I had no problem with version 1209. The machine has 2GB of RAM, it doesn't
 use the swap, and the node wasn't rebuilding or resizing. I tried
 reinstalling the node several times, I have the same problem after a few
 hours. When I restart the node, it is immediately slow. Finally, I tried
 BDB, and the problems have disappeared.

Could you check your plugins and make sure you are not running the
XML_spider?  I had horrible performance on my node until I realized
the spider was writing to a 1+ GB file on the disk the node was
running on.

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Re: [freenet-support] Auto-update key blown according to 1 peer(s)!

2009-05-22 Thread Juiceman
On Fri, May 22, 2009 at 5:25 PM, SmallSister development
smallsis...@xs4all.nl wrote:
 One or more of your peers says that the auto-update key is blown!
 This means that an attacker may know the private key for the
 auto-update system and can therefore cause your node to run code of
 his choice (if you update)! The auto-update system has been disabled.
 It is also possible that your peers are deliberately lying about it.

 Your node has been unable to download the revocation certificate.
 Possible causes include an attack on your node to try to get you to
 update despite the key being blown, or your nodes lying about the key
 being blown. Please contact the developers or other Freenet users to
 sort out this mess.

 Is this serious, someone attempting a sick joke or a developer hitting
 some wrong keys on his keyboard?

 Peter.
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I would assume someone is running a rogue node that they edited the
code to that is exploiting the node2node fast warning system.  It was
only a matter of time before someone tried this.  If you see more than
one or if your node sees it for itself then you might worry.

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[freenet-support] Bug report: 1 peers forcibly disconnected due to not acknowledging packets

2009-05-17 Thread Juiceman
On Fri, May 15, 2009 at 2:38 PM, Matthew Toseland
 wrote:
> On Saturday 02 May 2009 11:09:37 theymos wrote:
>> Freenet asked me to report this bug to you. I'm on Freenet 0.7 Build #1209
> rbuild01209-real, Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771. I just updated to 1209 a few
> hours ago. I updated using update.cmd because the built-in update wasn't
> working.
>>
>> Probably a bug: please report: 1 peers forcibly disconnected due to not
> acknowledging packets.
>> 1 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets even
> after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code. Please report
> it to us at the bug tracker at https://bugs.freenetproject.org/ or to the
> support mailing list support at freenetproject.org. Please include this 
> message
> and what version of the node you are running. The affected peers (you may not
> want to include this in your bug report if they are darknet peers) are:
>>
> I might just have fixed this in git...

Nope, still there.  Running #1210 build01210 (this is after -pre4 I
guess?)  I only get them once a day or so.



Re: [freenet-support] Bug report: 1 peers forcibly disconnected due to not acknowledging packets

2009-05-17 Thread Juiceman
On Fri, May 15, 2009 at 2:38 PM, Matthew Toseland
t...@amphibian.dyndns.org wrote:
 On Saturday 02 May 2009 11:09:37 theymos wrote:
 Freenet asked me to report this bug to you. I'm on Freenet 0.7 Build #1209
 rbuild01209-real, Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771. I just updated to 1209 a few
 hours ago. I updated using update.cmd because the built-in update wasn't
 working.

 Probably a bug: please report: 1 peers forcibly disconnected due to not
 acknowledging packets.
 1 of your peers are having severe problems (not acknowledging packets even
 after 10 minutes). This is probably due to a bug in the code. Please report
 it to us at the bug tracker at https://bugs.freenetproject.org/ or to the
 support mailing list supp...@freenetproject.org. Please include this message
 and what version of the node you are running. The affected peers (you may not
 want to include this in your bug report if they are darknet peers) are:

 I might just have fixed this in git...

Nope, still there.  Running #1210 build01210 (this is after -pre4 I
guess?)  I only get them once a day or so.
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Re: [freenet-support] Is it my system, or had builds 1208-1209 have severe performance issues?

2009-05-17 Thread Juiceman
On Fri, May 15, 2009 at 2:37 PM, Matthew Toseland
t...@amphibian.dyndns.org wrote:
 On Wednesday 13 May 2009 18:29:47 Evan Daniel wrote:
 On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 7:33 AM, Matthew Toseland
 t...@amphibian.dyndns.org wrote:
  On Friday 08 May 2009 17:40:58 Juiceman wrote:
   Weird.  node.db4o was an insane 375 MB.  I deleted it and and added a
   bunch of downloads.  Now it is less than 10 MB.  That definitely
   helped some with the disk thrashing.
  
   I think I found the main problem, and I'm embarrassed to say
   apparantly I had xmlspider plugin running and writing GB+ files to the
   same disk the node resides on.  I turned this off and the disk usage
   became manageable.
  
   I also upgraded my HDD from an older 2 MB cache model to one with 16
   MB and now Freenet is zipping along nicely.
  
   I did see some errors in the log so I am sending it to Toad for
 review.
  
   P.S. I would recommend not installing the xmlspider by default on
  installs.
  
   Victor - might this be your issue as well?
  
   ROFL. So that just leaves victor...
 
  Is it normal that node.db4o never shrinks?  I have completed all the
  downloads I had running and removed them from the page, yet node.db4o
  doesn't get smaller.  I have rebooted the node also.  This IMHO is bad
  because it will eventually kill performance with disk access...
 
  Yes, the only way to ensure it shrinks is to defrag it. This is on the
 todo
  list, but it does not seem urgent to me. Is it really a huge, monstrous,
  evil, all-consuming problem more urgent than the 500 other things we have
 to
  deal with?

 I see two issues.  First, my node.db4o has broken 100MiB.  That's not
 a problem, but eventually it would be.  I can deal with this by
 emptying my download / upload queues, deleting it, and re-adding any
 keys, but that's annoying.  It's not urgent, but an option to defrag
 at startup would be nice if it doesn't take too much of your time.

 Second issue is a minor security thing.  I'm probably less paranoid
 than most Freenet users, but I would like to know that after I
 download a file, the traces left behind by doing so are well defined.
 That would include the file itself and the fact that its blocks are in
 my cache.  I'd rather not also have that info in the node.db4o file
 (is it encrypted?).  Again, not urgent, but worth dealing with
 eventually.  The truly paranoid will have motion detectors that
 unmount their encrypted filesystems and start scrubbing RAM before the
 Bad Guys (TM) can sit down at the keyboard, right?

 Evan Daniel

 On Thursday 14 May 2009 01:54:02 Dennis Nezic wrote:

 Or have the node automatically delete it when the queues are empty?

 Automatically deleting node.db4o when there is nothing queued might work. The
 main problem is that we would then not be able to put things other than
 queued requests into it. Meaning if we want to persist e.g. stats, passive
 requests etc, we will need a separate database.

Is that much work?  Have a filequeue.db4o and a nodeinfo.db4o  Then we
can safely delete the filequeue when there are no pending persistent
requests?

 We don't encrypt node.db4o at present. We should have the option of encrypting
 it for those who don't want to encrypt the whole drive, but then we would
 need a way to ask the user for the password on startup, or put it in some
 easily shreddable file (shredding files doesn't work with modern
 filesystems).

 But for the really paranoid, db4o is a bit of a PITA. There is no way we can
 guarantee that no traces of old requests are present, because db4o doesn't
 have garbage collection. All we can say is we've tested it and debugged the
 leaks found by the tests. But it is certainly possible for bugs introduced
 since then, or not found, to cause leakage of objects.
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[freenet-support] Is it my system, or had builds 1208-1209 have severe performance issues?

2009-05-13 Thread Juiceman
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On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 7:33 AM, Matthew Toseland  wrote:
> On Friday 08 May 2009 17:40:58 Juiceman wrote:
>> >> Weird.  node.db4o was an insane 375 MB.  I deleted it and and added a
>> >> bunch of downloads.  Now it is less than 10 MB.  That definitely
>> >> helped some with the disk thrashing.
>> >>
>> >> I think I found the main problem, and I'm embarrassed to say
>> >> apparantly I had xmlspider plugin running and writing GB+ files to the
>> >> same disk the node resides on.  I turned this off and the disk usage
>> >> became manageable.
>> >>
>> >> I also upgraded my HDD from an older 2 MB cache model to one with 16
>> >> MB and now Freenet is zipping along nicely.
>> >>
>> >> I did see some errors in the log so I am sending it to Toad for review.
>> >>
>> >> P.S. I would recommend not installing the xmlspider by default on
> installs.
>> >>
>> >> Victor - might this be your issue as well?
>> >
>> > ROFL. So that just leaves victor...
>>
>> Is it normal that node.db4o never shrinks?  I have completed all the
>> downloads I had running and removed them from the page, yet node.db4o
>> doesn't get smaller.  I have rebooted the node also.  This IMHO is bad
>> because it will eventually kill performance with disk access...
>
> Yes, the only way to ensure it shrinks is to defrag it. This is on the todo
> list, but it does not seem urgent to me. Is it really a huge, monstrous,
> evil, all-consuming problem more urgent than the 500 other things we have to
> deal with?
>
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Re: [freenet-support] Is it my system, or had builds 1208-1209 have severe performance issues?

2009-05-13 Thread Juiceman
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On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 7:33 AM, Matthew Toseland  wrote:
 On Friday 08 May 2009 17:40:58 Juiceman wrote:
  Weird.  node.db4o was an insane 375 MB.  I deleted it and and added a
  bunch of downloads.  Now it is less than 10 MB.  That definitely
  helped some with the disk thrashing.
 
  I think I found the main problem, and I'm embarrassed to say
  apparantly I had xmlspider plugin running and writing GB+ files to the
  same disk the node resides on.  I turned this off and the disk usage
  became manageable.
 
  I also upgraded my HDD from an older 2 MB cache model to one with 16
  MB and now Freenet is zipping along nicely.
 
  I did see some errors in the log so I am sending it to Toad for review.
 
  P.S. I would recommend not installing the xmlspider by default on
 installs.
 
  Victor - might this be your issue as well?
 
  ROFL. So that just leaves victor...

 Is it normal that node.db4o never shrinks?  I have completed all the
 downloads I had running and removed them from the page, yet node.db4o
 doesn't get smaller.  I have rebooted the node also.  This IMHO is bad
 because it will eventually kill performance with disk access...

 Yes, the only way to ensure it shrinks is to defrag it. This is on the todo
 list, but it does not seem urgent to me. Is it really a huge, monstrous,
 evil, all-consuming problem more urgent than the 500 other things we have to
 deal with?

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[freenet-support] CPU usage Re: Is it my system, or had builds 1208-1209 have severe performance issues?

2009-05-11 Thread Juiceman
On Mon, May 11, 2009 at 4:27 PM, Matthew Toseland
 wrote:
> On Thursday 07 May 2009 01:06:24 Dennis Nezic wrote:
>> On Thu, 7 May 2009 00:23:37 +0100, Matthew Toseland wrote:
>> > On Wednesday 06 May 2009 23:52:22 Juiceman wrote:
>> > >
>> > > On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 12:50 PM, Juiceman ?wrote:
>> > > > On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 11:37 AM, Matthew Toseland
>> > > > ?wrote:
>> > > >> On Wednesday 06 May 2009 14:43:59 Victor Denisov wrote:
>> > > >>> Matthew Toseland wrote:
>> > > >>> > This is the downside of db4o. If it is a widespread problem,
>> > > >>> > we're
>> > gonna
>> > > >> have
>> > > >>> > to revert it. Which means throwing away more than 6 months
>> > > >>> > work
>> > largely
>> > > >>> > funded by Google's $18K.
>> > > >>>
>> > > >>> I think that using a database is a good idea (although I
>> > > >>> personally would've opted for a relational database such as
>> > > >>> Derby). So I'd prefer to try and understand and fix the issue
>> > > >>> rather than hiding from it :-).
>> > > >>>
>> > > >>> > My database queue is usually pretty empty, even with queued
>> > > >>> > downloads,
>> > but
>> > > >> I
>> > > >>> > have 8G and fast mirrored disks...
>> > > >>>
>> > > >>> The problem's that Freenet *doesn't* even use the amount of
>> > > >>> memory I provide it with (I'm yet to see it use more than 120
>> > > >>> megs out of 320 I allow for the heap). I'd be willing to
>> > > >>> dedicate as much memory as required if only it'd help.
>> > > >>>
>> > > >>> My hard drives are nothing special - 250Gb 7200 RPM Seagate
>> > > >>> ones, 16 Mb cache, SATA2, no NCQ - though definitely not the
>> > > >>> slowest out there. I see ~35 Mb/s read speed and ~28 Mb/s write
>> > > >>> speed for medium-sized files and ~5 Mb/s to 8 Mb/s for small
>> > > >>> files in the tests I'd done. I'll probably have to test the
>> > > >>> same from inside Java to make absolutely sure that it's not
>> > > >>> some weird JVM issue on my platform, though.
>> > > >>>
>> > > >>> > 2650 handles is strange, on unix we are generally limited to
>> > > >>> > 1024 and generally we don't exceed that. Both of your
>> > > >>> > problems may be caused by
>> > > >> flaky
>> > > >>> > hardware, but frankly we do need to run on flaky real world
>> > hardware. :|
>> > > >>>
>> > > >>> I don't have Freenet running right now, will check it later.
>> > > >>> But I2P is using 2670 handles right now, and Azureus uses 1450
>> > > >>> - so 2600 for Freenet is definitely nothing out of the ordinary
>> > > >>> on Windows. Oh, and the highest handle user on my machine is
>> > > >>> MySQL, which uses ~69000 handles and works absolutely fine :-).
>> > > >>>
>> > > >>> >> Same here. Enormous disk queues. I've also compared i/o
>> > > >>> >> counts with
>> > i/o
>> > > >>> >> bytes read/written - that's how I know that i/o operations
>> > > >>> >> are small.
>> > In
>> > > >>> >> the statistics screen, I routinely see 100+ outstanding
>> > > >>> >> database
>> > jobs.
>> > > >>> >> It can't be good.
>> > > >>> >
>> > > >>> > This just confirms that disk I/O is the problem ... and
>> > > >>> > almost
>> > certainly
>> > > >>> > caused by db4o as it goes away if nothing is queued.
>> > > >>>
>> > > >>> My thinking exactly. Would providing you with a snapshot of
>> > > >>> CPU/memory performance under YourKit Profiler (I have academic
>> > > >>> licenses for both 7.5 and 8.0, IIRC) or VisualVM (which is now
>> > > >>> a part of the JDK distributive) on my machine help? Any logging
>> > > >>

Re: [freenet-support] CPU usage Re: Is it my system, or had builds 1208-1209 have severe performance issues?

2009-05-11 Thread Juiceman
On Mon, May 11, 2009 at 4:27 PM, Matthew Toseland
t...@amphibian.dyndns.org wrote:
 On Thursday 07 May 2009 01:06:24 Dennis Nezic wrote:
 On Thu, 7 May 2009 00:23:37 +0100, Matthew Toseland wrote:
  On Wednesday 06 May 2009 23:52:22 Juiceman wrote:
  
   On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 12:50 PM, Juiceman  wrote:
On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 11:37 AM, Matthew Toseland
 wrote:
On Wednesday 06 May 2009 14:43:59 Victor Denisov wrote:
Matthew Toseland wrote:
 This is the downside of db4o. If it is a widespread problem,
 we're
  gonna
have
 to revert it. Which means throwing away more than 6 months
 work
  largely
 funded by Google's $18K.
   
I think that using a database is a good idea (although I
personally would've opted for a relational database such as
Derby). So I'd prefer to try and understand and fix the issue
rather than hiding from it :-).
   
 My database queue is usually pretty empty, even with queued
 downloads,
  but
I
 have 8G and fast mirrored disks...
   
The problem's that Freenet *doesn't* even use the amount of
memory I provide it with (I'm yet to see it use more than 120
megs out of 320 I allow for the heap). I'd be willing to
dedicate as much memory as required if only it'd help.
   
My hard drives are nothing special - 250Gb 7200 RPM Seagate
ones, 16 Mb cache, SATA2, no NCQ - though definitely not the
slowest out there. I see ~35 Mb/s read speed and ~28 Mb/s write
speed for medium-sized files and ~5 Mb/s to 8 Mb/s for small
files in the tests I'd done. I'll probably have to test the
same from inside Java to make absolutely sure that it's not
some weird JVM issue on my platform, though.
   
 2650 handles is strange, on unix we are generally limited to
 1024 and generally we don't exceed that. Both of your
 problems may be caused by
flaky
 hardware, but frankly we do need to run on flaky real world
  hardware. :|
   
I don't have Freenet running right now, will check it later.
But I2P is using 2670 handles right now, and Azureus uses 1450
- so 2600 for Freenet is definitely nothing out of the ordinary
on Windows. Oh, and the highest handle user on my machine is
MySQL, which uses ~69000 handles and works absolutely fine :-).
   
 Same here. Enormous disk queues. I've also compared i/o
 counts with
  i/o
 bytes read/written - that's how I know that i/o operations
 are small.
  In
 the statistics screen, I routinely see 100+ outstanding
 database
  jobs.
 It can't be good.

 This just confirms that disk I/O is the problem ... and
 almost
  certainly
 caused by db4o as it goes away if nothing is queued.
   
My thinking exactly. Would providing you with a snapshot of
CPU/memory performance under YourKit Profiler (I have academic
licenses for both 7.5 and 8.0, IIRC) or VisualVM (which is now
a part of the JDK distributive) on my machine help? Any logging
I can turn on to help? BTW, I have logging set to ERROR for
now, as with NORMAL level it logs ~2Mb per minute, adding
noticeably to overall disk contention.
   
Regards,
Victor Denisov.
   
One other thing, for both you and Juiceman:
How's the CPU usage? Given how much RAM you have I would expect
node.db4o
  to
be cached in memory (how big is it?). But doing a read through
the OS to
  the
OS disk cache may cost a lot of CPU (context switch etc) ... Is
there a
  lot
of CPU usage for the freenet process? To the point that it might
be the
  cause
of the poor overall system performance? And how much CPU usage
is system?
   
   
Freenet CPU usage fluctuates between 2 and 27% of a quad core
system. The rest of the machine rarely uses more than 15% unless
I am gaming, then it still only hits 50%.  CPU usage is quite
acceptable for now. I have 3GB of RAM, 512 allocated to Freenet.
  
   Node.db4o was 375 MB.  No uploads, 1 GB of queued downloads.
  
   How often is this file written to?  Anyway to queue writes in a RAM
   buffer and write to disk periodically?
 
  I don't think so, at least not easily i.e. not without a custom
  IoAdapter able to buffer many commits separately. What I don't
  understand is what all these writes are *for*. If it's just
  downloads, most of the time it should just be selecting a
  SplitFileFetcherSubSegment, fetching all the blocks in it (without
  accessing the database), updating them all at once when they've
  failed, and then selecting a new segment - roughly every 2 minutes.
 
  However, I guess if most of the fetches succeed, that produces a lot
  more traffic. We have to write the block to disk when we fetch it,
  look up who owns it (because many fetchers can have a claim on one
  block), probably copy it, tell the SFFS and SFFSS about it, write the
  update to the SFFS, and then when we've got all the blocks for a
  segment do a load

[freenet-support] Is it my system, or had builds 1208-1209 have severe performance issues?

2009-05-08 Thread Juiceman
>> Weird. ?node.db4o was an insane 375 MB. ?I deleted it and and added a
>> bunch of downloads. ?Now it is less than 10 MB. ?That definitely
>> helped some with the disk thrashing.
>>
>> I think I found the main problem, and I'm embarrassed to say
>> apparantly I had xmlspider plugin running and writing GB+ files to the
>> same disk the node resides on. ?I turned this off and the disk usage
>> became manageable.
>>
>> I also upgraded my HDD from an older 2 MB cache model to one with 16
>> MB and now Freenet is zipping along nicely.
>>
>> I did see some errors in the log so I am sending it to Toad for review.
>>
>> P.S. I would recommend not installing the xmlspider by default on installs.
>>
>> Victor - might this be your issue as well?
>
> ROFL. So that just leaves victor...

Is it normal that node.db4o never shrinks?  I have completed all the
downloads I had running and removed them from the page, yet node.db4o
doesn't get smaller.  I have rebooted the node also.  This IMHO is bad
because it will eventually kill performance with disk access...



[freenet-support] Is it my system, or had builds 1208-1209 have severe performance issues?

2009-05-08 Thread Juiceman
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On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 7:12 PM, Matthew Toseland  wrote:
> On Wednesday 06 May 2009 19:18:13 Victor Denisov wrote:
>> > Do you have uploads queued as well as downloads? Generally uploads cost a
> bit
>> > more than downloads do with db4o...
>>
>> No, only downloads. Total queued size varied between 25 Mb and 350 Mb in
>> my tests (but actual total file size was often more than reported by
>> Freenet, as some keys stayed at 0% for the duration of the test).
>>
>> Also, to clarify things, no background applications of notice (such as
>> other P2P apps or distributed computing clients) were running during the
>> test. I regularly run Azureus, eMule and I2P, but they all were stopped
>> for the entire duration Freenet was running, as were MySQL and MS SQL
>> Server instances I work on. I also tried disabling my antivirus/personal
>> firewall (Agnitum Outpost Security Suite), but it didn't result in a
>> noticeable improvement in performance.
>
> Okay. And you have plenty of RAM. How big is the node.db4o file? I'm assuming
> it fits very comfortably in RAM, so what we are talking about here are
> *writes*.
>
> Also, the node behaves like this (constant heavy disk i/o making using the
> system very problematic) for a long time, hours on end? Or just for spurts
> now and then?
>
> Please could you get me some debug information?
>
> Set the log level details to freenet.support.PrioritizedSerialExecutor:MINOR
>
> Let the node run for an hour or so. Send me your statistics page and the
> contents of your last log (maybe narrow it down by grep'ing for
> PrioritizedSerialExecutor, hopefully there shouldn't be any keys or anything
> on the output).

Weird.  node.db4o was an insane 375 MB.  I deleted it and and added a
bunch of downloads.  Now it is less than 10 MB.  That definitely
helped some with the disk thrashing.

I think I found the main problem, and I'm embarrassed to say
apparantly I had xmlspider plugin running and writing GB+ files to the
same disk the node resides on.  I turned this off and the disk usage
became manageable.

I also upgraded my HDD from an older 2 MB cache model to one with 16
MB and now Freenet is zipping along nicely.

I did see some errors in the log so I am sending it to Toad for review.

P.S. I would recommend not installing the xmlspider by default on installs.

Victor - might this be your issue as well?

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Re: [freenet-support] Is it my system, or had builds 1208-1209 have severe performance issues?

2009-05-08 Thread Juiceman
 Weird.  node.db4o was an insane 375 MB.  I deleted it and and added a
 bunch of downloads.  Now it is less than 10 MB.  That definitely
 helped some with the disk thrashing.

 I think I found the main problem, and I'm embarrassed to say
 apparantly I had xmlspider plugin running and writing GB+ files to the
 same disk the node resides on.  I turned this off and the disk usage
 became manageable.

 I also upgraded my HDD from an older 2 MB cache model to one with 16
 MB and now Freenet is zipping along nicely.

 I did see some errors in the log so I am sending it to Toad for review.

 P.S. I would recommend not installing the xmlspider by default on installs.

 Victor - might this be your issue as well?

 ROFL. So that just leaves victor...

Is it normal that node.db4o never shrinks?  I have completed all the
downloads I had running and removed them from the page, yet node.db4o
doesn't get smaller.  I have rebooted the node also.  This IMHO is bad
because it will eventually kill performance with disk access...
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[freenet-support] CPU usage Re: Is it my system, or had builds 1208-1209 have severe performance issues?

2009-05-06 Thread Juiceman
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On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 12:50 PM, Juiceman  wrote:
> On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 11:37 AM, Matthew Toseland
>  wrote:
>> On Wednesday 06 May 2009 14:43:59 Victor Denisov wrote:
>>> Matthew Toseland wrote:
>>> > This is the downside of db4o. If it is a widespread problem, we're gonna
>> have
>>> > to revert it. Which means throwing away more than 6 months work largely
>>> > funded by Google's $18K.
>>>
>>> I think that using a database is a good idea (although I personally
>>> would've opted for a relational database such as Derby). So I'd prefer
>>> to try and understand and fix the issue rather than hiding from it :-).
>>>
>>> > My database queue is usually pretty empty, even with queued downloads, but
>> I
>>> > have 8G and fast mirrored disks...
>>>
>>> The problem's that Freenet *doesn't* even use the amount of memory I
>>> provide it with (I'm yet to see it use more than 120 megs out of 320 I
>>> allow for the heap). I'd be willing to dedicate as much memory as
>>> required if only it'd help.
>>>
>>> My hard drives are nothing special - 250Gb 7200 RPM Seagate ones, 16 Mb
>>> cache, SATA2, no NCQ - though definitely not the slowest out there. I
>>> see ~35 Mb/s read speed and ~28 Mb/s write speed for medium-sized files
>>> and ~5 Mb/s to 8 Mb/s for small files in the tests I'd done. I'll
>>> probably have to test the same from inside Java to make absolutely sure
>>> that it's not some weird JVM issue on my platform, though.
>>>
>>> > 2650 handles is strange, on unix we are generally limited to 1024 and
>>> > generally we don't exceed that. Both of your problems may be caused by
>> flaky
>>> > hardware, but frankly we do need to run on flaky real world hardware. :|
>>>
>>> I don't have Freenet running right now, will check it later. But I2P is
>>> using 2670 handles right now, and Azureus uses 1450 - so 2600 for
>>> Freenet is definitely nothing out of the ordinary on Windows. Oh, and
>>> the highest handle user on my machine is MySQL, which uses ~69000
>>> handles and works absolutely fine :-).
>>>
>>> >> Same here. Enormous disk queues. I've also compared i/o counts with i/o
>>> >> bytes read/written - that's how I know that i/o operations are small. In
>>> >> the statistics screen, I routinely see 100+ outstanding database jobs.
>>> >> It can't be good.
>>> >
>>> > This just confirms that disk I/O is the problem ... and almost certainly
>>> > caused by db4o as it goes away if nothing is queued.
>>>
>>> My thinking exactly. Would providing you with a snapshot of CPU/memory
>>> performance under YourKit Profiler (I have academic licenses for both
>>> 7.5 and 8.0, IIRC) or VisualVM (which is now a part of the JDK
>>> distributive) on my machine help? Any logging I can turn on to help?
>>> BTW, I have logging set to ERROR for now, as with NORMAL level it logs
>>> ~2Mb per minute, adding noticeably to overall disk contention.
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>> Victor Denisov.
>>
>> One other thing, for both you and Juiceman:
>> How's the CPU usage? Given how much RAM you have I would expect node.db4o to
>> be cached in memory (how big is it?). But doing a read through the OS to the
>> OS disk cache may cost a lot of CPU (context switch etc) ... Is there a lot
>> of CPU usage for the freenet process? To the point that it might be the cause
>> of the poor overall system performance? And how much CPU usage is system?
>>
>
> Freenet CPU usage fluctuates between 2 and 27% of a quad core system.
> The rest of the machine rarely uses more than 15% unless I am gaming,
> then it still only hits 50%.  CPU usage is quite acceptable for now.
> I have 3GB of RAM, 512 allocated to Freenet.

Node.db4o was 375 MB.  No uploads, 1 GB of queued downloads.

How often is this file written to?  Anyway to queue writes in a RAM
buffer and write to disk periodically?

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[freenet-support] CPU usage Re: Is it my system, or had builds 1208-1209 have severe performance issues?

2009-05-06 Thread Juiceman
On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 11:37 AM, Matthew Toseland
 wrote:
> On Wednesday 06 May 2009 14:43:59 Victor Denisov wrote:
>> Matthew Toseland wrote:
>> > This is the downside of db4o. If it is a widespread problem, we're gonna
> have
>> > to revert it. Which means throwing away more than 6 months work largely
>> > funded by Google's $18K.
>>
>> I think that using a database is a good idea (although I personally
>> would've opted for a relational database such as Derby). So I'd prefer
>> to try and understand and fix the issue rather than hiding from it :-).
>>
>> > My database queue is usually pretty empty, even with queued downloads, but
> I
>> > have 8G and fast mirrored disks...
>>
>> The problem's that Freenet *doesn't* even use the amount of memory I
>> provide it with (I'm yet to see it use more than 120 megs out of 320 I
>> allow for the heap). I'd be willing to dedicate as much memory as
>> required if only it'd help.
>>
>> My hard drives are nothing special - 250Gb 7200 RPM Seagate ones, 16 Mb
>> cache, SATA2, no NCQ - though definitely not the slowest out there. I
>> see ~35 Mb/s read speed and ~28 Mb/s write speed for medium-sized files
>> and ~5 Mb/s to 8 Mb/s for small files in the tests I'd done. I'll
>> probably have to test the same from inside Java to make absolutely sure
>> that it's not some weird JVM issue on my platform, though.
>>
>> > 2650 handles is strange, on unix we are generally limited to 1024 and
>> > generally we don't exceed that. Both of your problems may be caused by
> flaky
>> > hardware, but frankly we do need to run on flaky real world hardware. :|
>>
>> I don't have Freenet running right now, will check it later. But I2P is
>> using 2670 handles right now, and Azureus uses 1450 - so 2600 for
>> Freenet is definitely nothing out of the ordinary on Windows. Oh, and
>> the highest handle user on my machine is MySQL, which uses ~69000
>> handles and works absolutely fine :-).
>>
>> >> Same here. Enormous disk queues. I've also compared i/o counts with i/o
>> >> bytes read/written - that's how I know that i/o operations are small. In
>> >> the statistics screen, I routinely see 100+ outstanding database jobs.
>> >> It can't be good.
>> >
>> > This just confirms that disk I/O is the problem ... and almost certainly
>> > caused by db4o as it goes away if nothing is queued.
>>
>> My thinking exactly. Would providing you with a snapshot of CPU/memory
>> performance under YourKit Profiler (I have academic licenses for both
>> 7.5 and 8.0, IIRC) or VisualVM (which is now a part of the JDK
>> distributive) on my machine help? Any logging I can turn on to help?
>> BTW, I have logging set to ERROR for now, as with NORMAL level it logs
>> ~2Mb per minute, adding noticeably to overall disk contention.
>>
>> Regards,
>> Victor Denisov.
>
> One other thing, for both you and Juiceman:
> How's the CPU usage? Given how much RAM you have I would expect node.db4o to
> be cached in memory (how big is it?). But doing a read through the OS to the
> OS disk cache may cost a lot of CPU (context switch etc) ... Is there a lot
> of CPU usage for the freenet process? To the point that it might be the cause
> of the poor overall system performance? And how much CPU usage is system?
>

Freenet CPU usage fluctuates between 2 and 27% of a quad core system.
The rest of the machine rarely uses more than 15% unless I am gaming,
then it still only hits 50%.  CPU usage is quite acceptable for now.
I have 3GB of RAM, 512 allocated to Freenet.


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[freenet-support] Please answer a quick survey on Freenet

2009-05-06 Thread Juiceman
On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 8:54 AM, Matthew Toseland
 wrote:
> What OS do you use for Freenet?
WinXP_SP3
> What is your current datastore size set to?
20G
> What is your output bandwidth limit set to?
60KB
> What actual bandwidth usage do you typically get?
42 avg prior to db4o

Additional info:
512MB ram allocated to Freenet
uptime 24x7 prior to db4o

> This will help us to make decisions about new performance features ...
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Re: [freenet-support] Please answer a quick survey on Freenet

2009-05-06 Thread Juiceman
On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 8:54 AM, Matthew Toseland
t...@amphibian.dyndns.org wrote:
 What OS do you use for Freenet?
WinXP_SP3
 What is your current datastore size set to?
20G
 What is your output bandwidth limit set to?
60KB
 What actual bandwidth usage do you typically get?
42 avg prior to db4o

Additional info:
512MB ram allocated to Freenet
uptime 24x7 prior to db4o

 This will help us to make decisions about new performance features ...

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Re: [freenet-support] CPU usage Re: Is it my system, or had builds 1208-1209 have severe performance issues?

2009-05-06 Thread Juiceman
On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 11:37 AM, Matthew Toseland
t...@amphibian.dyndns.org wrote:
 On Wednesday 06 May 2009 14:43:59 Victor Denisov wrote:
 Matthew Toseland wrote:
  This is the downside of db4o. If it is a widespread problem, we're gonna
 have
  to revert it. Which means throwing away more than 6 months work largely
  funded by Google's $18K.

 I think that using a database is a good idea (although I personally
 would've opted for a relational database such as Derby). So I'd prefer
 to try and understand and fix the issue rather than hiding from it :-).

  My database queue is usually pretty empty, even with queued downloads, but
 I
  have 8G and fast mirrored disks...

 The problem's that Freenet *doesn't* even use the amount of memory I
 provide it with (I'm yet to see it use more than 120 megs out of 320 I
 allow for the heap). I'd be willing to dedicate as much memory as
 required if only it'd help.

 My hard drives are nothing special - 250Gb 7200 RPM Seagate ones, 16 Mb
 cache, SATA2, no NCQ - though definitely not the slowest out there. I
 see ~35 Mb/s read speed and ~28 Mb/s write speed for medium-sized files
 and ~5 Mb/s to 8 Mb/s for small files in the tests I'd done. I'll
 probably have to test the same from inside Java to make absolutely sure
 that it's not some weird JVM issue on my platform, though.

  2650 handles is strange, on unix we are generally limited to 1024 and
  generally we don't exceed that. Both of your problems may be caused by
 flaky
  hardware, but frankly we do need to run on flaky real world hardware. :|

 I don't have Freenet running right now, will check it later. But I2P is
 using 2670 handles right now, and Azureus uses 1450 - so 2600 for
 Freenet is definitely nothing out of the ordinary on Windows. Oh, and
 the highest handle user on my machine is MySQL, which uses ~69000
 handles and works absolutely fine :-).

  Same here. Enormous disk queues. I've also compared i/o counts with i/o
  bytes read/written - that's how I know that i/o operations are small. In
  the statistics screen, I routinely see 100+ outstanding database jobs.
  It can't be good.
 
  This just confirms that disk I/O is the problem ... and almost certainly
  caused by db4o as it goes away if nothing is queued.

 My thinking exactly. Would providing you with a snapshot of CPU/memory
 performance under YourKit Profiler (I have academic licenses for both
 7.5 and 8.0, IIRC) or VisualVM (which is now a part of the JDK
 distributive) on my machine help? Any logging I can turn on to help?
 BTW, I have logging set to ERROR for now, as with NORMAL level it logs
 ~2Mb per minute, adding noticeably to overall disk contention.

 Regards,
 Victor Denisov.

 One other thing, for both you and Juiceman:
 How's the CPU usage? Given how much RAM you have I would expect node.db4o to
 be cached in memory (how big is it?). But doing a read through the OS to the
 OS disk cache may cost a lot of CPU (context switch etc) ... Is there a lot
 of CPU usage for the freenet process? To the point that it might be the cause
 of the poor overall system performance? And how much CPU usage is system?


Freenet CPU usage fluctuates between 2 and 27% of a quad core system.
The rest of the machine rarely uses more than 15% unless I am gaming,
then it still only hits 50%.  CPU usage is quite acceptable for now.
I have 3GB of RAM, 512 allocated to Freenet.


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Re: [freenet-support] CPU usage Re: Is it my system, or had builds 1208-1209 have severe performance issues?

2009-05-06 Thread Juiceman
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On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 12:50 PM, Juiceman  wrote:
 On Wed, May 6, 2009 at 11:37 AM, Matthew Toseland
  wrote:
 On Wednesday 06 May 2009 14:43:59 Victor Denisov wrote:
 Matthew Toseland wrote:
  This is the downside of db4o. If it is a widespread problem, we're gonna
 have
  to revert it. Which means throwing away more than 6 months work largely
  funded by Google's $18K.

 I think that using a database is a good idea (although I personally
 would've opted for a relational database such as Derby). So I'd prefer
 to try and understand and fix the issue rather than hiding from it :-).

  My database queue is usually pretty empty, even with queued downloads, but
 I
  have 8G and fast mirrored disks...

 The problem's that Freenet *doesn't* even use the amount of memory I
 provide it with (I'm yet to see it use more than 120 megs out of 320 I
 allow for the heap). I'd be willing to dedicate as much memory as
 required if only it'd help.

 My hard drives are nothing special - 250Gb 7200 RPM Seagate ones, 16 Mb
 cache, SATA2, no NCQ - though definitely not the slowest out there. I
 see ~35 Mb/s read speed and ~28 Mb/s write speed for medium-sized files
 and ~5 Mb/s to 8 Mb/s for small files in the tests I'd done. I'll
 probably have to test the same from inside Java to make absolutely sure
 that it's not some weird JVM issue on my platform, though.

  2650 handles is strange, on unix we are generally limited to 1024 and
  generally we don't exceed that. Both of your problems may be caused by
 flaky
  hardware, but frankly we do need to run on flaky real world hardware. :|

 I don't have Freenet running right now, will check it later. But I2P is
 using 2670 handles right now, and Azureus uses 1450 - so 2600 for
 Freenet is definitely nothing out of the ordinary on Windows. Oh, and
 the highest handle user on my machine is MySQL, which uses ~69000
 handles and works absolutely fine :-).

  Same here. Enormous disk queues. I've also compared i/o counts with i/o
  bytes read/written - that's how I know that i/o operations are small. In
  the statistics screen, I routinely see 100+ outstanding database jobs.
  It can't be good.
 
  This just confirms that disk I/O is the problem ... and almost certainly
  caused by db4o as it goes away if nothing is queued.

 My thinking exactly. Would providing you with a snapshot of CPU/memory
 performance under YourKit Profiler (I have academic licenses for both
 7.5 and 8.0, IIRC) or VisualVM (which is now a part of the JDK
 distributive) on my machine help? Any logging I can turn on to help?
 BTW, I have logging set to ERROR for now, as with NORMAL level it logs
 ~2Mb per minute, adding noticeably to overall disk contention.

 Regards,
 Victor Denisov.

 One other thing, for both you and Juiceman:
 How's the CPU usage? Given how much RAM you have I would expect node.db4o to
 be cached in memory (how big is it?). But doing a read through the OS to the
 OS disk cache may cost a lot of CPU (context switch etc) ... Is there a lot
 of CPU usage for the freenet process? To the point that it might be the cause
 of the poor overall system performance? And how much CPU usage is system?


 Freenet CPU usage fluctuates between 2 and 27% of a quad core system.
 The rest of the machine rarely uses more than 15% unless I am gaming,
 then it still only hits 50%.  CPU usage is quite acceptable for now.
 I have 3GB of RAM, 512 allocated to Freenet.

Node.db4o was 375 MB.  No uploads, 1 GB of queued downloads.

How often is this file written to?  Anyway to queue writes in a RAM
buffer and write to disk periodically?

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Re: [freenet-support] Is it my system, or had builds 1208-1209 have severe performance issues?

2009-05-04 Thread Juiceman
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 Hello,

 Since my node autoupdated to 1208, my system's performance degraded so
 much as to render it completely unusable while Freenet is running. I
 can't perform simplest tasks, such as surfing or typing a document, as
 switching between tabs in Opera can take 10+ seconds and delay between
 typing a letter and it showing up in Word can be several seconds as
 well. Anything more stressing (such as running a game or developing an
 application) is simply not possible.

 - From what I can see, the reason for this is that Freenet makes hundreds
 of small disk i/o ops per second, basically blocking the OS from
 accessing the hard drive for swapping and such.

 The above is definitely affected by the queue size. First, I tried
 adding ~ 100 random files from Thaw when the node first updated, but
 hadn't had the patience to wait for the request to complete (I think I
 waited at least 20 minutes, perhaps more - with the system being nearly
 paralyzed by the constant HDD thrashing). With just 3 or 4 files being
 put in the queue the system starts to stutter noticeably, provided that
 files start downloading and not hang at 0%. The only time when I can run
 Freenet as a real background app is when I don't have any files in the
 queue and FMS isn't running (which seems more or less pointless to me :-().

 My system is set up as follows:

 AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+
 4 Gb RAM
 2x250 Gb 7200 rpm SATA2 HDD (mirror via mobo's built-in nVidia 570 RAID
 controller)
 Windows XP x64
 Java 1.6.0_07 64-bit
 Of course, all the latest updates/patches/drivers, etc.
 Freenet uses 5 Gb datastore on an unencrypted partition.

 Interesting thing I noticed was that Freenet significantly underutilized
 the memory I provide it with. From 320 Mb heap memory available, I
 hadn't seen it allocate more than ~ 80 Mb.

 Any thoughts on why this could be happening? I hadn't seen anyone
 complain about the performance of 1208/09 yet, so it is probably
 something with my machine :-(, but it beats me what it could be :-(.

 Regards,
 Victor Denisov.
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I see it too.  I have my node installed on it's own separate disk yet
it stalls my quad-core system.  It's as if the HDD controller chip is
so swamped with disk ops that the OS and other apps are starved for
resources.  I'm seeing disk queues exceeding 500 vs the 40 my
workgroup server hits.
I also see Freenet using 2650 handles.  That twice the next highest
app which is my antivirus and 10x the average app.  Heck, even the
core Windows processes don't use more than 300-600 usually.

Any recommendations for improving performance?  Is BDB datastore any
better (more stable or less disk IO) than salted-hash?  I could try
going back to that...

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Re: [freenet-support] Solving I queued it 2 weeks ago and it's still at 0% : are really long URIs a problem?

2009-05-02 Thread Juiceman
On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 2:23 PM, Matthew Toseland
t...@amphibian.dyndns.org wrote:
 On Friday 24 April 2009 17:46:09 freenetw...@web.de wrote:
 1) CHK-keys are already long enough

 Long enough to be a PITA if they are longer? Or long enough to be functional?
 I dispute the latter.

 2) why add something that tries to fix something broken (routing?) or
 contradicts the concept (caching of keys around the key location; unused
 content gets dropped)

 Routing is not broken. Data persistence is broken. The feedback I have had is
 that frequently the problem with fetching a file is the top block, which
 currently is not redundant. For example it might take 3 weeks at 0% to find
 the top block and then make relatively rapid progress after that. This is not
 your experience?

 if a) unwanted content is supposed to be dropped from the network to
 make space for fresh stuff and b) the top key is *needed* for *every*
 request of a ((larger) split-) file, how can the top key possibly fall
 off the network?

 If the key is not requested, it could well fall off the network, *even though
 the rest of the file is still retrievable*. Because the rest of the file is
 redundant and the top block is not. We have very large datastores and
 generally very low input/output bandwidth, so I would expect data to persist
 for a long time in the current Freenet. Data that has not been recently
 requested will only be in the stores, and not in the caches. But since
 routing appears to work (and there is every theoretical reason to think it
 does), there is a good chance of finding the data - IF the 3 nodes which
 stored it to their datastores are online when you fetch and there aren't any
 problems contacting them (e.g. on darknet they might have swapped).

 IMHO I think this is making extra effort and adding
 YetJustAnotherKeyType for CreateAWorkaroundForSomethingDifferent for
 something that needs to be addressed elsewhere

 I don't see much evidence there is a fundamental problem with routing in 0.7
 on opennet. Do you have any evidence for this? I would be very interested in
 any evidence that this is a routing rather than a redundancy problem.

 Nodes' graphs usually show a fairly strong request specialisation, the main
 symptom is that 2-3 weeks after inserting data, it is not retrievable, if
 nobody has fetched it. And a lot of the time, that specifically relates to
 the top block. This proposal would solve the problem.

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If we have, say, 3 top CHK's or RHK (Redundant Hash Key is my vote)
and we are able to find one of them, we should be able to recreate and
reinsert the other two, right?
To prevent these reinserts giving away that we retrieved the file, we
just need a queue of keys to be inserted (I assume we have this for
FEC healing?).  Grab a random key from the queue each time we have a
slot to insert.

I would suggest implementing this before going after the shared bloom
filters idea.  From a usability standpoint this would solve some of
the glaring problems like unfetchable pages, pictures and files.

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[freenet-support] Could not start web interface: java.net.BindException: Address already in use

2009-04-19 Thread Juiceman
On Sun, Apr 19, 2009 at 12:21 PM, Florent DANIEL  wrote:
> Florent DANIEL a ?crit :
>> Matthew Toseland a ?crit :
>>
>>> On Saturday 18 April 2009 09:18:39 Florent DANIEL wrote:
>>>
 I've checked my freenet.ini (which hasn't been modified in ages), as a
 safety I've removed 127.0.0.1 from the bind addresses (after seeing a
 message from somebody who had this kind of problem), but it still
 doesn't work. Here's the relevant lines from my configuration :

 node.bindTo=192.168.1.4
 fcp.bindTo=192.168.1.4,0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1
 fproxy.bindTo=192.168.1.4,0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1
 node.opennet.bindTo=192.168.1.4

 Node is running under Linux (Debian). I've checked with a netstat -an,
 nothing is listening on fcp and fproxy ports (9481 and ), nor on
 node.listenPort or node.opennet.listenPort.

 I'm a bit lost, does somebody has suggestions ?

 Regards,

 Florent


>>> Does it work if you shut down and restart manually?
>>>
>>>
>> No, the error is still there after a manual stop and start. After a
>> shutdown a ps doesn't show any leftover process. I've tried to reboot
>> the PC, but it hasn't changed anything.
> After reading again the logs, I was quite puzzled by this part :
>
> INFO ? | jvm 2 ? ?| 2009/04/17 19:32:27 | WrapperManager: Initializing...
> INFO ? | jvm 2 ? ?| 2009/04/17 19:32:27 | WrapperManager: WARNING - The
> Wrapper jar file currently in use is version "3.3.1"
> INFO ? | jvm 2 ? ?| 2009/04/17 19:32:27 | WrapperManager:
> while the version of the Wrapper which launched this JVM is
> INFO ? | jvm 2 ? ?| 2009/04/17 19:32:27 | WrapperManager:
> "3.2.3".
> INFO ? | jvm 2 ? ?| 2009/04/17 19:32:27 | WrapperManager: ? ? ? ? ? The
> Wrapper may appear to work correctly but some features may
> INFO ? | jvm 2 ? ?| 2009/04/17 19:32:27 | WrapperManager: ? ? ? ? ? not
> function correctly. ?This configuration has not been tested
> INFO ? | jvm 2 ? ?| 2009/04/17 19:32:27 | WrapperManager: ? ? ? ? ? and
> is not supported.
>
>
> So I've removed all the wrapper's jar files in bin subdirectory and
> tried to start Freenet : now it comes up online without problem (except
> the warning displayed because it hasn't been started via the wrapper).
>
> Maybe I should update the wrapper files, but I don't see them in this
> archive
> http://downloads.freenetproject.org/alpha/installer/freenet07.tar.gz ?
> Should I run again the installer ? I've already ran the updater, which
> hasn't solved the problem.
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 In the same directory, you should find an archive called
wrapper-linux.zip.  This would be where you would find the wrapper
files Freenet downloads on install.  Unfortunately, this is an old
version also.  :(

You can update your files manually from
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Re: [freenet-support] Could not start web interface: java.net.BindException: Address already in use

2009-04-19 Thread Juiceman
On Sun, Apr 19, 2009 at 12:21 PM, Florent DANIEL fdan...@noos.fr wrote:
 Florent DANIEL a écrit :
 Matthew Toseland a écrit :

 On Saturday 18 April 2009 09:18:39 Florent DANIEL wrote:

 I've checked my freenet.ini (which hasn't been modified in ages), as a
 safety I've removed 127.0.0.1 from the bind addresses (after seeing a
 message from somebody who had this kind of problem), but it still
 doesn't work. Here's the relevant lines from my configuration :

 node.bindTo=192.168.1.4
 fcp.bindTo=192.168.1.4,0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1
 fproxy.bindTo=192.168.1.4,0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1
 node.opennet.bindTo=192.168.1.4

 Node is running under Linux (Debian). I've checked with a netstat -an,
 nothing is listening on fcp and fproxy ports (9481 and ), nor on
 node.listenPort or node.opennet.listenPort.

 I'm a bit lost, does somebody has suggestions ?

 Regards,

 Florent


 Does it work if you shut down and restart manually?


 No, the error is still there after a manual stop and start. After a
 shutdown a ps doesn't show any leftover process. I've tried to reboot
 the PC, but it hasn't changed anything.
 After reading again the logs, I was quite puzzled by this part :

 INFO   | jvm 2    | 2009/04/17 19:32:27 | WrapperManager: Initializing...
 INFO   | jvm 2    | 2009/04/17 19:32:27 | WrapperManager: WARNING - The
 Wrapper jar file currently in use is version 3.3.1
 INFO   | jvm 2    | 2009/04/17 19:32:27 | WrapperManager:
 while the version of the Wrapper which launched this JVM is
 INFO   | jvm 2    | 2009/04/17 19:32:27 | WrapperManager:
 3.2.3.
 INFO   | jvm 2    | 2009/04/17 19:32:27 | WrapperManager:           The
 Wrapper may appear to work correctly but some features may
 INFO   | jvm 2    | 2009/04/17 19:32:27 | WrapperManager:           not
 function correctly.  This configuration has not been tested
 INFO   | jvm 2    | 2009/04/17 19:32:27 | WrapperManager:           and
 is not supported.


 So I've removed all the wrapper's jar files in bin subdirectory and
 tried to start Freenet : now it comes up online without problem (except
 the warning displayed because it hasn't been started via the wrapper).

 Maybe I should update the wrapper files, but I don't see them in this
 archive
 http://downloads.freenetproject.org/alpha/installer/freenet07.tar.gz ?
 Should I run again the installer ? I've already ran the updater, which
 hasn't solved the problem.
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 In the same directory, you should find an archive called
wrapper-linux.zip.  This would be where you would find the wrapper
files Freenet downloads on install.  Unfortunately, this is an old
version also.  :(

You can update your files manually from
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[freenet-support] Freenet funding status

2009-04-01 Thread Juiceman
2009/4/1 Matthew Toseland :
> On Wednesday 01 April 2009 15:54:00 mihail at riseup.net wrote:
>> I went through it on the list and people said back, 'yeah, there are lots
>> of problems running Freenet on Vista but a new Vista friendly version is
>> coming soon'.
>
> Yes, it's a known problem, the easier solution is to use the start.exe and
> stop.exe from the new wininstaller in the old installer, the harder solution
> is to finish (e.g. translate) and deploy the new wininstaller.

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I submitted several patches to make the current update.cmd script take
advantage of the new start.exe and stop.exe (if they existed) while
maintaining backwards compatibility, but that directory is restricted
access and no-one applied the patches.  :(

The last .diff I sent was on January 19th.  I grew annoyed that my
work was seemingly not wanted and I wandered on to other things.

I still had some work to do to finish the Vista node restart handling,
but I always committed working code that would not break installs and
in fact fixed at least one bug in the current script.

Attached is the last .diff I sent if you want to see where I left off...

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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet funding status

2009-04-01 Thread Juiceman
2009/4/1 Matthew Toseland t...@amphibian.dyndns.org:
 On Wednesday 01 April 2009 15:54:00 mih...@riseup.net wrote:
 I went through it on the list and people said back, 'yeah, there are lots
 of problems running Freenet on Vista but a new Vista friendly version is
 coming soon'.

 Yes, it's a known problem, the easier solution is to use the start.exe and
 stop.exe from the new wininstaller in the old installer, the harder solution
 is to finish (e.g. translate) and deploy the new wininstaller.

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I submitted several patches to make the current update.cmd script take
advantage of the new start.exe and stop.exe (if they existed) while
maintaining backwards compatibility, but that directory is restricted
access and no-one applied the patches.  :(

The last .diff I sent was on January 19th.  I grew annoyed that my
work was seemingly not wanted and I wandered on to other things.

I still had some work to do to finish the Vista node restart handling,
but I always committed working code that would not break installs and
in fact fixed at least one bug in the current script.

Attached is the last .diff I sent if you want to see where I left off...

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[freenet-support] Sorry to have to report bad bug in 1180

2008-11-24 Thread Juiceman
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On Mon, Nov 24, 2008 at 7:32 AM, Matthew Toseland  wrote:
> On Monday 24 November 2008 07:26, Juiceman wrote:
>>
>> On Sat, Nov 22, 2008 at 9:54 PM, Juiceman  wrote:
>> > -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-
>> > Hash: SHA1
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> > On Sat, Nov 22, 2008 at 7:08 PM, Dennis Nezic  wrote:
>> >> On Sat, 22 Nov 2008 16:54:58 +0100, guido
>> >> wrote:
>> >>
>> >>> Am Mittwoch, 19. November 2008 05:32:18 schrieb Dennis Nezic:
>> >>> > >> > WARNING - The Wrapper jar file currently in use is version
>> >>> > >> > "3.3.1"
>> >>> > > while the version of the Wrapper which launched this JVM is
>> >>> > > "3.2.3".
>> >>> >
>> >>> > That looks strange.
>> >>>
>> >>> I have got that exact same warning in my logs as well. It has been
>> >>> like this for quite some time.
>> >>
>> >> Well, first of all, all of freenet's dependencies, including this
>> >> wrapper utility, are bundled "conveniently" in freenet-ext.jar. So you
>> >> likely originally launched it with the "older" 3.2.3 wrapper, and later
>> >> one freenet-ext got updated. Restarting the wrapper should get rid of
>> >> this message, though I don't think it's anything serious, since my
>> >> installation is still using 3.2.3.
>> >
>> > Actually the installer installs 3.3.1 iirc, but we don't have a way
>> > currently to update old installs.  I manually did mine.
>>
>> Correction.  I just checked and the installer is loading the old
>> version.  Nextgens should update this as there is a bugfix dealing
>> with wrapper restarts.  Seems like we went thru this a few months
>> ago...  yup: https://bugs.freenetproject.org/view.php?id=2564
>> I wonder if the old versions got put back on the website somehow?
>
> The new version of the wrapper binary is known to fix the problem???

- From my original bug ticket:
"You may remember I changed the Windows update.cmd script to loop
during stop until the service was down because the node would not
quite be stopped even though the wrapper thought it was. This led to
corruption, hence the need for looping.

I see in the changelog for one version older than current:

"Version 3.3.0: Changes and bug fixes:
  Fix a problem on Windows where the Windows Service Manager was
not waiting the full configured time of the wrapper.jvm_exit.timeout
and wrapper.shutdown.timeout properties. This was leading to the net
stop command timing out and the system shutting down without the java
application having fully stopped. Bug #1582568."

This may be the culprit for the occasional datastore corruptions,
auto-update failures and the wrapper sometimes not being able to
successfully restart the node after a crash/oom"

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[freenet-support] Sorry to have to report bad bug in 1180

2008-11-24 Thread Juiceman
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On Sat, Nov 22, 2008 at 9:54 PM, Juiceman  wrote:
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>
>
> On Sat, Nov 22, 2008 at 7:08 PM, Dennis Nezic  wrote:
>> On Sat, 22 Nov 2008 16:54:58 +0100, guido
>> wrote:
>>
>>> Am Mittwoch, 19. November 2008 05:32:18 schrieb Dennis Nezic:
>>> > >> > WARNING - The Wrapper jar file currently in use is version
>>> > >> > "3.3.1"
>>> > > while the version of the Wrapper which launched this JVM is
>>> > > "3.2.3".
>>> >
>>> > That looks strange.
>>>
>>> I have got that exact same warning in my logs as well. It has been
>>> like this for quite some time.
>>
>> Well, first of all, all of freenet's dependencies, including this
>> wrapper utility, are bundled "conveniently" in freenet-ext.jar. So you
>> likely originally launched it with the "older" 3.2.3 wrapper, and later
>> one freenet-ext got updated. Restarting the wrapper should get rid of
>> this message, though I don't think it's anything serious, since my
>> installation is still using 3.2.3.
>
> Actually the installer installs 3.3.1 iirc, but we don't have a way
> currently to update old installs.  I manually did mine.

Correction.  I just checked and the installer is loading the old
version.  Nextgens should update this as there is a bugfix dealing
with wrapper restarts.  Seems like we went thru this a few months
ago...  yup: https://bugs.freenetproject.org/view.php?id=2564
I wonder if the old versions got put back on the website somehow?
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Re: [freenet-support] Sorry to have to report bad bug in 1180

2008-11-24 Thread Juiceman
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On Mon, Nov 24, 2008 at 7:32 AM, Matthew Toseland  wrote:
 On Monday 24 November 2008 07:26, Juiceman wrote:

 On Sat, Nov 22, 2008 at 9:54 PM, Juiceman  wrote:
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  On Sat, Nov 22, 2008 at 7:08 PM, Dennis Nezic  wrote:
  On Sat, 22 Nov 2008 16:54:58 +0100, guido
  wrote:
 
  Am Mittwoch, 19. November 2008 05:32:18 schrieb Dennis Nezic:
 WARNING - The Wrapper jar file currently in use is version
 3.3.1
while the version of the Wrapper which launched this JVM is
3.2.3.
  
   That looks strange.
 
  I have got that exact same warning in my logs as well. It has been
  like this for quite some time.
 
  Well, first of all, all of freenet's dependencies, including this
  wrapper utility, are bundled conveniently in freenet-ext.jar. So you
  likely originally launched it with the older 3.2.3 wrapper, and later
  one freenet-ext got updated. Restarting the wrapper should get rid of
  this message, though I don't think it's anything serious, since my
  installation is still using 3.2.3.
 
  Actually the installer installs 3.3.1 iirc, but we don't have a way
  currently to update old installs.  I manually did mine.

 Correction.  I just checked and the installer is loading the old
 version.  Nextgens should update this as there is a bugfix dealing
 with wrapper restarts.  Seems like we went thru this a few months
 ago...  yup: https://bugs.freenetproject.org/view.php?id=2564
 I wonder if the old versions got put back on the website somehow?

 The new version of the wrapper binary is known to fix the problem???

- From my original bug ticket:
You may remember I changed the Windows update.cmd script to loop
during stop until the service was down because the node would not
quite be stopped even though the wrapper thought it was. This led to
corruption, hence the need for looping.

I see in the changelog for one version older than current:

Version 3.3.0: Changes and bug fixes:
  Fix a problem on Windows where the Windows Service Manager was
not waiting the full configured time of the wrapper.jvm_exit.timeout
and wrapper.shutdown.timeout properties. This was leading to the net
stop command timing out and the system shutting down without the java
application having fully stopped. Bug #1582568.

This may be the culprit for the occasional datastore corruptions,
auto-update failures and the wrapper sometimes not being able to
successfully restart the node after a crash/oom

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[freenet-support] Sorry to have to report bad bug in 1180

2008-11-23 Thread Juiceman
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On Sun, Nov 23, 2008 at 3:38 AM,   wrote:
> How to manually update, could you please describe what to do?
>

Get the latest "community" binaries from
http://wrapper.tanukisoftware.org/doc/english/download.jsp

Shutdown Freenet

open the zip( or tar file) and copy the new files over the current
files in your Freenet\bin and Freenet\lib folders.  The file names
should match.

Restart Freenet, check your wrapper log and the error should be fixed.
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Re: [freenet-support] Sorry to have to report bad bug in 1180

2008-11-23 Thread Juiceman
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On Sun, Nov 23, 2008 at 3:38 AM,   wrote:
 How to manually update, could you please describe what to do?


Get the latest community binaries from
http://wrapper.tanukisoftware.org/doc/english/download.jsp

Shutdown Freenet

open the zip( or tar file) and copy the new files over the current
files in your Freenet\bin and Freenet\lib folders.  The file names
should match.

Restart Freenet, check your wrapper log and the error should be fixed.
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Re: [freenet-support] Sorry to have to report bad bug in 1180

2008-11-23 Thread Juiceman
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 On Sat, Nov 22, 2008 at 7:08 PM, Dennis Nezic  wrote:
 On Sat, 22 Nov 2008 16:54:58 +0100, guido
 wrote:

 Am Mittwoch, 19. November 2008 05:32:18 schrieb Dennis Nezic:
WARNING - The Wrapper jar file currently in use is version
3.3.1
   while the version of the Wrapper which launched this JVM is
   3.2.3.
 
  That looks strange.

 I have got that exact same warning in my logs as well. It has been
 like this for quite some time.

 Well, first of all, all of freenet's dependencies, including this
 wrapper utility, are bundled conveniently in freenet-ext.jar. So you
 likely originally launched it with the older 3.2.3 wrapper, and later
 one freenet-ext got updated. Restarting the wrapper should get rid of
 this message, though I don't think it's anything serious, since my
 installation is still using 3.2.3.

 Actually the installer installs 3.3.1 iirc, but we don't have a way
 currently to update old installs.  I manually did mine.

Correction.  I just checked and the installer is loading the old
version.  Nextgens should update this as there is a bugfix dealing
with wrapper restarts.  Seems like we went thru this a few months
ago...  yup: https://bugs.freenetproject.org/view.php?id=2564
I wonder if the old versions got put back on the website somehow?
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[freenet-support] Sorry to have to report bad bug in 1180

2008-11-22 Thread Juiceman
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On Sat, Nov 22, 2008 at 7:08 PM, Dennis Nezic  wrote:
> On Sat, 22 Nov 2008 16:54:58 +0100, guido
> wrote:
>
>> Am Mittwoch, 19. November 2008 05:32:18 schrieb Dennis Nezic:
>> > >> > WARNING - The Wrapper jar file currently in use is version
>> > >> > "3.3.1"
>> > > while the version of the Wrapper which launched this JVM is
>> > > "3.2.3".
>> >
>> > That looks strange.
>>
>> I have got that exact same warning in my logs as well. It has been
>> like this for quite some time.
>
> Well, first of all, all of freenet's dependencies, including this
> wrapper utility, are bundled "conveniently" in freenet-ext.jar. So you
> likely originally launched it with the "older" 3.2.3 wrapper, and later
> one freenet-ext got updated. Restarting the wrapper should get rid of
> this message, though I don't think it's anything serious, since my
> installation is still using 3.2.3.

Actually the installer installs 3.3.1 iirc, but we don't have a way
currently to update old installs.  I manually did mine.

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Re: [freenet-support] Sorry to have to report bad bug in 1180

2008-11-22 Thread Juiceman
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On Sat, Nov 22, 2008 at 7:08 PM, Dennis Nezic  wrote:
 On Sat, 22 Nov 2008 16:54:58 +0100, guido
 wrote:

 Am Mittwoch, 19. November 2008 05:32:18 schrieb Dennis Nezic:
WARNING - The Wrapper jar file currently in use is version
3.3.1
   while the version of the Wrapper which launched this JVM is
   3.2.3.
 
  That looks strange.

 I have got that exact same warning in my logs as well. It has been
 like this for quite some time.

 Well, first of all, all of freenet's dependencies, including this
 wrapper utility, are bundled conveniently in freenet-ext.jar. So you
 likely originally launched it with the older 3.2.3 wrapper, and later
 one freenet-ext got updated. Restarting the wrapper should get rid of
 this message, though I don't think it's anything serious, since my
 installation is still using 3.2.3.

Actually the installer installs 3.3.1 iirc, but we don't have a way
currently to update old installs.  I manually did mine.

- --
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death, your right to say it. - Voltaire
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[freenet-support] secure noderef exchange

2008-05-27 Thread Juiceman
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On Tue, May 27, 2008 at 4:29 PM,   wrote:
> Just fyi: the firegpg plugin for firefox provides local GPG encryption in 
> gmail.
>

Thanks for the tip.  :)

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Re: [freenet-support] secure noderef exchange

2008-05-27 Thread Juiceman
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On Tue, May 27, 2008 at 4:29 PM,   wrote:
 Just fyi: the firegpg plugin for firefox provides local GPG encryption in 
 gmail.


Thanks for the tip.  :)

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[freenet-support] Freenet 0.7 build 1073

2007-11-18 Thread Juiceman
On Nov 18, 2007 8:41 AM, Mr. Flibble
 wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> Have I missed an announcement of 1073?
> I haven't seen one since 1070, and I've checked my spam filters (which
> mailing list messages sometimes get stuck in).
> Thanks,
>
> MrFlibble
>

1073: bugfix release

You might loose the list of loaded plugins when you will update...
That's a known issue we can't easily fix. Most people want at least
the JSTUN plugin (and maybe the UPnP one) to be loaded to improve
their connectivity.

Bugfixes:
- plugins weren't loadable anymore after a failed attempt
- Unloading a FreenetIPDetector plugin could lead to a NPE
- New nodes were unable to start fproxy up because of a bug

Feature:
- Bind services to both ipv4 and ipv6 by default
- Allow plugins to be reloaded ignoring the cache
- Accept local filenames as plugin URI

L10n:
- update to the french translation (thanks to batosai)
- minor improvments to the english one

Credits:
- Bombe
- nextgens



(Not sure this one was announced)

1072: bugfix release

You might loose the list of loaded plugins when you will update...
That's a known issue we can't easily fix. Most people want at least
the JSTUN plugin (and maybe the UPnP one) to be loaded to improve
their connectivity.

Bugfixes:
   - plugins weren't loadable anymore after a failed attempt
   - Unloading a FreenetIPDetector plugin could lead to a NPE
   - New nodes were unable to start fproxy up because of a bug

Feature:
   - Bind services to both ipv4 and ipv6 by default
   - Allow plugins to be reloaded ignoring the cache
   - Accept local filenames as plugin URI

L10n:
   - update to the french translation (thanks to batosai)
   - minor improvments to the english one

Credits:
   - Bombe
   - nextgens



A new build has been released (1071):

New  features:
   - StartupToadlet
   - Refactoring of the /plugins/ toadlet to improve usability
   - Refactoring of part of the plugins API (work in progress)
   - Start plugins off-thread

Bugfixes:
   - HTMLNode was a bit too strict
   - *loads* of various bugfixes to fproxy
   - Maybe fix completionTime on FCP ClientPuts
   - Handshake once a while even with really old nodes
   - Fix the worrying message displayed about jfk (exponent-unknown)

Updated translations:
   - Norwegian thanks to Martin Nyhus
   - German thanks to Thomas

Credits:
   - Bombe
   - nextgens
   - toad


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[freenet-support] Node Error Message

2007-07-13 Thread Juiceman
On 7/13/07, bbackde at googlemail.com  wrote:
> Ok so I will update manually to 1043. I have one problem with the
> manual update on WinXP: each time the freenet-ext.jar (which I had in
> version 13) is downdated to version 12. After the node startup the
> node complains ("A new stable version of Freenet is available
> It seems that your node isn't running the latest version of the
> software. Your node is currently downloading a new version of Freenet
> (extra jar version -1).Would you like the node to automatically
> restart as soon as it has downloaded the update?") and downloads
> version 13 again.
>
> Why does update.cmd replace my latest freenet-ext.jar with an older
> one each time?

It looks like Nextgens fixed this:
Fix #1527: update.cmd always downloads ext version 12

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[freenet-support] unable to get Freenet going on OS X 10.2.8

2007-06-05 Thread Juiceman
On 6/5/07, Ben Dougall  wrote:
>
> On Wednesday, June 6, 2007, at 12:03  am, Juiceman wrote:
>
> >
> > I'm not sure about this, but from the log it appears to be a problem
> > with SHA-256.
> >
> > Looking at http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/docs/guide/security/  It
> > seems that SHA-256 might not have been added until version 1.4.2
> >
> > You may just need to update your Java.  BTW 1.4.1 has a security issue
> > and minimum 1.4.2 is recommended.
>
>
> Oh. The only info I found on the Java minimum version was
>
> >  Java version 1.4.1 and later will work. However, be aware that there
> > are applet security vulnerabilities in all versions prior to Java 1.5
> > update 4. Generally, we recommend using Java 1.5.
>
> which is here <http://freenetproject.org/download.html> but that was
> under the "Unix, and Linux" heading so probably specifically for those
> OSs.
>
> Right, so it seems to be my version of Java isn't up to it. OK thanks.
> I think Java 1.4.1 is the latest version for OS X 10.2.8 so I suppose
> I'll have to try a later version of OS X to get a later version of
> Java. Pretty sure somewhere said OS X 10.2.8 was OK for Freenet 0.7. Oh
> well.
>
> Thanks.

Well, OS X 10.2.8 itself isn't the problem.  I guess no one was aware
of the Java version limitation.

I'm sorry to hear that.  :(

If you feel adventurous maybe you can download 1.4.2 and copy the
libraries over the 1.4.1 files...  I have know idea what will
happen...



[freenet-support] unable to get Freenet going on OS X 10.2.8

2007-06-05 Thread Juiceman
On 6/5/07, Ben Dougall  wrote:
>
> On Tuesday, June 5, 2007, at 03:51  pm, David Sowder wrote:
>
> > I suspect the current real problem is that the node is not starting.
> > Check for a wrapper.log file in directory where Freenet was installed.
> > That should be able to tell us what went wrong.
> >
> > You can verify that Freenet is not running by two methods:
> >
> > ./run.sh status
> >
> > will tell you and
> >
> > netstat -an |egrep -i "tcp.*"
> >
> > will show one or more lines of output with LISTEN or LISTENING in them.
>
> Yes, thanks very much for that info -- most helpful (that info should
> be put on/linked to from the welcome.html page that gets included in
> the install, and on the install page, as there's a real lack of info as
> to what to do if connecting to http://127.0.0.1:/wizard -- a "what
> to do if you can't connect to that" bit)
>
> 1/tmp>cd /Applications/Freenet/
> 2/Applications/Freenet>./run.sh start
> Starting Freenet 0.7...
> 3/Applications/Freenet>./run.sh status
> Freenet 0.7 is not running.
> 4/Applications/Freenet>netstat -an |egrep -i "tcp.*"
> 5/Applications/Freenet>
>
> and I waited a while between it saying Starting Freenet, and me typing
> in the two tests to see if it's running. So it isn't running.
>
> A section of the wrapper.log file follows below. It looks like the
> section I've included below was repeated pretty much exactly the same
> several times in the wrapper.log file. This was from the start of the
> file.
>
> Is this the problematic bit?: " java.security.NoSuchAlgorithmException:
> SHA-256 MessageDigest not available"
>
> If so does this mean that the implementation or version of Java I'm
> using isn't up to the required level? A newer version would solve this?
> Or might it be possible to add the missing bit ("SHA-256
> MessageDigest") without a whole upgrade?
>
> Thanks.
>
>
> STATUS | wrapper  | 2007/06/04 19:43:04 | --> Wrapper Started as Daemon
> STATUS | wrapper  | 2007/06/04 19:43:04 | Launching a JVM...
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2007/06/04 19:43:06 | Wrapper (Version 3.2.3)
> http://wrapper.tanukisoftware.org
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2007/06/04 19:43:06 |   Copyright 1999-2006 Tanuki
> Software, Inc.  All Rights Reserved.
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2007/06/04 19:43:06 |
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2007/06/04 19:43:07 |   
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2007/06/04 19:43:07 | Created log files
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2007/06/04 19:43:07 | freenet.jar built with
> freenet-ext.jar Build #13 r12938
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2007/06/04 19:43:08 | Detected PowerPC!
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2007/06/04 19:43:08 | INFO: Optimized native
> BigInteger library 'net/i2p/util/libjbigi-osx-ppc.jnilib' loaded from
> resource
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2007/06/04 19:43:09 | Initializing Node using
> Freenet Build #1036 r13439 and freenet-ext Build #13 r12938 with "Apple
> Computer, Inc." JVM version 1.4.1_01-24 running on ppc Mac OS X 10.2.8
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2007/06/04 19:43:11 | FNP port created on
> 0.0.0.0:18227
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2007/06/04 19:43:11 | Testnet mode DISABLED. You
> may have some level of anonymity. :)
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2007/06/04 19:43:11 | Note that this version of
> Freenet is still a very early alpha, and may well have numerous bugs
> and design flaws.
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2007/06/04 19:43:11 | In particular: YOU ARE WIDE
> OPEN TO YOUR IMMEDIATE DARKNET PEERS! They can eavesdrop on your
> requests with relatively little difficulty at present (correlation
> attacks etc).
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2007/06/04 19:43:13 | Check your JVM settings
> especially the JCE!java.security.NoSuchAlgorithmException: SHA-256
> MessageDigest not available
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2007/06/04 19:43:13 |
> java.security.NoSuchAlgorithmException: SHA-256 MessageDigest not
> available
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2007/06/04 19:43:13 |   at
> java.security.Security.getEngineClassName(Security.java:583)
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2007/06/04 19:43:13 |   at
> java.security.Security.getEngineClassName(Security.java:594)
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2007/06/04 19:43:13 |   at
> java.security.Security.getImpl(Security.java:1043)
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2007/06/04 19:43:13 |   at
> java.security.MessageDigest.getInstance(MessageDigest.java:120)
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2007/06/04 19:43:13 |   at
> freenet.crypt.SHA256.getMessageDigest(SHA256.java:368)
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2007/06/04 19:43:13 |   at
> freenet.node.Node.initNodeFileSettings(Node.java:659)
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2007/06/04 19:43:13 |   at
> freenet.node.Node.(Node.java:1010)
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2007/06/04 19:43:13 |   at
> freenet.node.NodeStarter.start(NodeStarter.java:148)
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2007/06/04 19:43:13 |   at
> org.tanukisoftware.wrapper.WrapperManager$12.run(WrapperManager.java:278
> 8)
> STATUS | wrapper  | 2007/06/04 19:43:15 | <-- Wrapper Stopped


I'm not sure about this, but from the log it appears to be a problem
with SHA-256.

Looking at http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/docs/guide/security/  It

Re: [freenet-support] unable to get Freenet going on OS X 10.2.8

2007-06-05 Thread Juiceman
On 6/5/07, Ben Dougall [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 On Wednesday, June 6, 2007, at 12:03  am, Juiceman wrote:

 
  I'm not sure about this, but from the log it appears to be a problem
  with SHA-256.
 
  Looking at http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/docs/guide/security/  It
  seems that SHA-256 might not have been added until version 1.4.2
 
  You may just need to update your Java.  BTW 1.4.1 has a security issue
  and minimum 1.4.2 is recommended.


 Oh. The only info I found on the Java minimum version was

   Java version 1.4.1 and later will work. However, be aware that there
  are applet security vulnerabilities in all versions prior to Java 1.5
  update 4. Generally, we recommend using Java 1.5.

 which is here http://freenetproject.org/download.html but that was
 under the Unix, and Linux heading so probably specifically for those
 OSs.

 Right, so it seems to be my version of Java isn't up to it. OK thanks.
 I think Java 1.4.1 is the latest version for OS X 10.2.8 so I suppose
 I'll have to try a later version of OS X to get a later version of
 Java. Pretty sure somewhere said OS X 10.2.8 was OK for Freenet 0.7. Oh
 well.

 Thanks.

Well, OS X 10.2.8 itself isn't the problem.  I guess no one was aware
of the Java version limitation.

I'm sorry to hear that.  :(

If you feel adventurous maybe you can download 1.4.2 and copy the
libraries over the 1.4.1 files...  I have know idea what will
happen...
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[freenet-support] Auto-updating

2007-05-19 Thread Juiceman
Mine does.  :)

On 5/19/07, Matthew Toseland  wrote:
> Is this fixed now? Does your node update itself satisfactorily?
>
> On Wed, 2006-07-05 at 19:26 -0400, Joel Salomon wrote:
> > My node (build #858 r9464) has been telling me, since early this
> > morning, that it "is currently doing a final check to verify the
> > security of the update."  What can be interfering with the
> > auto-update?  Frost?  Was auto-update broken in #858?
> >
> > --Joel
>
>
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Re: [freenet-support] Auto-updating

2007-05-19 Thread Juiceman
Mine does.  :)

On 5/19/07, Matthew Toseland [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Is this fixed now? Does your node update itself satisfactorily?

 On Wed, 2006-07-05 at 19:26 -0400, Joel Salomon wrote:
  My node (build #858 r9464) has been telling me, since early this
  morning, that it is currently doing a final check to verify the
  security of the update.  What can be interfering with the
  auto-update?  Frost?  Was auto-update broken in #858?
 
  --Joel



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[freenet-support] unrecognized command: Java -XX:MaxDirectMemorySize

2007-04-26 Thread Juiceman
On 4/26/07, urza9814 at gmail.com  wrote:
>
> I'm trying to get Freenet 0.5 working, but I'm encountering the following
> error:
>
> [root at localhost freenet]# sh start-freenet.sh
> Detected freenet-ext.jar
> Detected freenet.jar
> Sun java detected.
> Sun Java 1.4.2 detected.
> Starting Freenet now: Command line: java -Xmx128m
> -XX:MaxDirectMemorySize=128m freenet.node.Main
> Done
> [root at localhost freenet]# Unrecognised command line option:
> -XX:MaxDirectMemorySize=128m
> Usage: java [-options] class [arg1 arg2 ...]
>  (to run a class file)
>or  java [-options] -jar jarfile [arg1 arg2 ...]
>  (to run a standalone jar file)
>
> where options include:
>   -helpprint out this message
>   -version print out version number and copyright information
>   -showversion show version number and copyright and continue
>   -cp -classpath   
>locations where to find application classes
>   -verbose[:class|gc|jni]
>:class print out information about class loading, etc.
>:gc print out results of garbage collection
>:jni print out native method dynamic resolution
>   -D= set a system property
>   -X   show help on non-standard options
>
>
>
>
Quick and dirty fix:  edit start-freenet.sh and remove the
-XX:MaxDirectMemorySize=128m from the command line.

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Re: [freenet-support] unrecognized command: Java -XX:MaxDirectMemorySize

2007-04-26 Thread Juiceman

On 4/26/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


I'm trying to get Freenet 0.5 working, but I'm encountering the following
error:

[EMAIL PROTECTED] freenet]# sh start-freenet.sh
Detected freenet-ext.jar
Detected freenet.jar
Sun java detected.
Sun Java 1.4.2 detected.
Starting Freenet now: Command line: java -Xmx128m
-XX:MaxDirectMemorySize=128m freenet.node.Main
Done
[EMAIL PROTECTED] freenet]# Unrecognised command line option:
-XX:MaxDirectMemorySize=128m
Usage: java [-options] class [arg1 arg2 ...]
 (to run a class file)
   or  java [-options] -jar jarfile [arg1 arg2 ...]
 (to run a standalone jar file)

where options include:
  -helpprint out this message
  -version print out version number and copyright information
  -showversion show version number and copyright and continue
  -cp -classpath   jar/zip files and directories separated by :
   locations where to find application classes
  -verbose[:class|gc|jni]
   :class print out information about class loading, etc.
   :gc print out results of garbage collection
   :jni print out native method dynamic resolution
  -Dname=value set a system property
  -X   show help on non-standard options





Quick and dirty fix:  edit start-freenet.sh and remove the
-XX:MaxDirectMemorySize=128m from the command line.

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[freenet-support] running headless

2007-04-10 Thread Juiceman
I believe you need to add the IP or hostname of the PC you are accessing it
from to the AllowedHosts (or something similar)section of the config.
>From  http://wiki.freenetproject.org/FrequentlyAskedQuestions

"Q: *Can I run Freenet on one computer and access it from another?*
A: Certainly! Probably the easiest way of doing this is by editing the
options that end with "bindTo" and "allowedHosts". Change "bindTo" to the IP
address of the computer that Freenet is running on, as seen by the machine
you wish to access it from. Change "allowedHosts" to the address of the
machine from which you'd like to access Freenet. Changing "
fproxy.allowedHosts" / "fproxy.bindTo" will allow you to access the web
interface, and "fcp.[...]" will let you run FCP applications like Frost on
your other machine. There's also "console" for those who just can't tear
themselves away from text mode."

On 4/9/07, shaun murray  wrote:
>
> hello all.  i have freenet07 running happily on ubuntu6.10server, but it's
> headless;  no X, no monitor.  how can i go about setting it up so that i can
> access the fproxy interface from a separate machine?
>
> thx
> shaun
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[freenet-support] Build 1010 - MANDATORY SECURITY FIX

2007-01-10 Thread Juiceman
On 1/9/07, Ronald Wiplinger  wrote:
> Juiceman wrote:
> > On 1/9/07, Ronald Wiplinger  wrote:
> >
> >> How exactly do I upgrade from:
> >>
> >> Freenet 0.7 Build #1009 r11515M
> >> Freenet-ext Build #9 r11062
> >>
> >> (on Windows XP) ?
> >>
> >>
> >
> > Run update.cmd (found in your Freenet install folder.)
> >
>
> I tried that and get:
>
> - If you see an error message about
> - "The service could not be controlled in its present state."
> - Please ignore, it is a side effect of a work-around
> - to make sure the node is stopped before we copy files.
> - Shutting down Freenet...
> 'stop.cmd' ??
> ???
> ??
>
>  NET HELPMSG 2189?
>
>
>
> what should I try next?

Does it give an error message about "'bin\stop.cmd' is not recognized
as an internal or external command,operable program or batch file."?
If so, copy the following 2 files into the "bin" folder.   stop.cmdstart.cmd


If it is not giving you an error about not finding the stop.cmd and
just seams to be looping, give it a minute and it should sort itself
out.

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[freenet-support] Build 1010 - MANDATORY SECURITY FIX

2007-01-09 Thread Juiceman
On 1/9/07, Ronald Wiplinger  wrote:
>
> How exactly do I upgrade from:
>
> Freenet 0.7 Build #1009 r11515M
> Freenet-ext Build #9 r11062
>
> (on Windows XP) ?
>

Run update.cmd (found in your Freenet install folder.)
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Re: [freenet-support] Build 1010 - MANDATORY SECURITY FIX

2007-01-09 Thread Juiceman
On 1/9/07, Ronald Wiplinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 How exactly do I upgrade from:

 Freenet 0.7 Build #1009 r11515M
 Freenet-ext Build #9 r11062

 (on Windows XP) ?


Run update.cmd (found in your Freenet install folder.)
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Re: [freenet-support] Build 1010 - MANDATORY SECURITY FIX

2007-01-09 Thread Juiceman
On 1/9/07, Ronald Wiplinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Juiceman wrote:
  On 1/9/07, Ronald Wiplinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
  How exactly do I upgrade from:
 
  Freenet 0.7 Build #1009 r11515M
  Freenet-ext Build #9 r11062
 
  (on Windows XP) ?
 
 
 
  Run update.cmd (found in your Freenet install folder.)
 

 I tried that and get:

 - If you see an error message about
 - The service could not be controlled in its present state.
 - Please ignore, it is a side effect of a work-around
 - to make sure the node is stopped before we copy files.
 - Shutting down Freenet...
 'stop.cmd' 不是內部或外部命令、
 可執行的程式或批次檔。
 在目前的狀況下無法控制服務。

 詳細資料,請輸入 NET HELPMSG 2189。



 what should I try next?

Does it give an error message about 'bin\stop.cmd' is not recognized
as an internal or external command,operable program or batch file.?
If so, copy the following 2 files into the bin folder.   stop.cmdstart.cmd


If it is not giving you an error about not finding the stop.cmd and
just seams to be looping, give it a minute and it should sort itself
out.

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[freenet-support] Port restricted cone NAT detected -- 60 times

2007-01-06 Thread Juiceman
On 1/6/07, Joel Salomon  wrote:
> My node has given me 60 copies of the warning:  Port restricted cone
> NAT detected
> Your internet connection appears to be behind a port-restricted NAT
> (router). You will be able to connect to most other users, but not
> those behind symmetric NATs.
>
> Is there a way to clear all warnings at once, and is there a port I
> can set to forward on my router to make this go away?

Yes, forward your node's FNP port on your router.  I think that will
fix the problem.

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Re: [freenet-support] Port restricted cone NAT detected -- 60 times

2007-01-06 Thread Juiceman
On 1/6/07, Joel Salomon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 My node has given me 60 copies of the warning:  Port restricted cone
 NAT detected
 Your internet connection appears to be behind a port-restricted NAT
 (router). You will be able to connect to most other users, but not
 those behind symmetric NATs.

 Is there a way to clear all warnings at once, and is there a port I
 can set to forward on my router to make this go away?

Yes, forward your node's FNP port on your router.  I think that will
fix the problem.

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[freenet-support] Frost and 0.7

2006-12-28 Thread Juiceman
> >
> >Only thing I can suggest is make sure you are using the latest Frost:
> >
>
> I am, as announced on 0.5 by bback:
>
> CHK at 
> uM-aOx2XaX1cGFlH634yNgvV~5MMAwI,Fkadvhpc-wgeQSzdH9-BtQ/frost-23-Dec-2006.zip
> CHK at 
> AsCY7yi6LaXUfVuPqV7eGVD5XIEKAwI,LCBeNVEM929RoZyLvdYyuA/frost-23-Dec-2006-source.zip
>
> (0.5 keys)

Hmmm.  Are there any errors in your Freenet nodes  wrapper.log?

Also make sure your FCP port is enabled.  In the Darknet page at the
bottom (May need to have advanced mode turned on, not sure) you should
see something like:

FCP: 9481/tcp   (for Freenet clients such as Frost and Thaw)
You should make sure this doesn't say disabled


How about in Frosts log?  Anything labeled SEVERE that looks like a
crash or gives any clue?

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[freenet-support] Frost and 0.7

2006-12-28 Thread Juiceman
On 12/28/06, remailer at invalid.com  wrote:
> -BEGIN TYPE III ANONYMOUS MESSAGE-
> Message-type: plaintext
>
> For the last three weeks or so I've not been able to get any incoming 
> messages on Frost at all and freesites are getting slower and slower to load.
>
> I've got 16 refs and most of them work most of the time:
>
> I've re-installed frost clean several times and made sure to have current 
> stable freenet build as well as trying the latest testing builds
>
> Node status overview
>
> * bwlimitDelayTime: 923ms
> * nodeAveragePingTime: 589ms
> * networkSizeEstimateSession: 391 nodes
> * nodeUptime: 1h35m (had to reboot, normally 24/7)
> * routingMissDistance: 0.0441
> * backedOffPercent: 42.8%
> * pInstantReject: 0.7%
>
>
> Current activity
>
> * Inserts: 12
> * Requests: 34
> * Transferring Requests: 5
> * ARK Fetch Requests: 9
> * Total Output: 9.57 MiB (1.70 KiBps)
> * Payload Output: 4.32 MiB (789 Bps) (45%)
> * Total Input: 10.1 MiB (1.80 KiBps)
> * Output Rate: 9.30 KiBps (of 10.0 KiBps)
> * Input Rate: 9.70 KiBps (of 10.0 KiBps)
>
>
> Peer statistics
>
> * Connected: 3
> * Backed off: 5
> * Disconnected: 7
> * Never Connected: 1
>
>
> -END TYPE III ANONYMOUS MESSAGE-

Only thing I can suggest is make sure you are using the latest Frost:

USK at 
oyjm9tEWQ1fYbYDsBfJ017-ip9uTPzPLB52QHMduBIc,HE~wfG205QnSscK-U9FX7hAtGVkJg1~GRjkU1qkceTE,AQABAAE/frost/1/

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Re: [freenet-support] Frost and 0.7

2006-12-28 Thread Juiceman
On 12/28/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 -BEGIN TYPE III ANONYMOUS MESSAGE-
 Message-type: plaintext

 For the last three weeks or so I've not been able to get any incoming 
 messages on Frost at all and freesites are getting slower and slower to load.

 I've got 16 refs and most of them work most of the time:

 I've re-installed frost clean several times and made sure to have current 
 stable freenet build as well as trying the latest testing builds

 Node status overview

 * bwlimitDelayTime: 923ms
 * nodeAveragePingTime: 589ms
 * networkSizeEstimateSession: 391 nodes
 * nodeUptime: 1h35m (had to reboot, normally 24/7)
 * routingMissDistance: 0.0441
 * backedOffPercent: 42.8%
 * pInstantReject: 0.7%


 Current activity

 * Inserts: 12
 * Requests: 34
 * Transferring Requests: 5
 * ARK Fetch Requests: 9
 * Total Output: 9.57 MiB (1.70 KiBps)
 * Payload Output: 4.32 MiB (789 Bps) (45%)
 * Total Input: 10.1 MiB (1.80 KiBps)
 * Output Rate: 9.30 KiBps (of 10.0 KiBps)
 * Input Rate: 9.70 KiBps (of 10.0 KiBps)


 Peer statistics

 * Connected: 3
 * Backed off: 5
 * Disconnected: 7
 * Never Connected: 1


 -END TYPE III ANONYMOUS MESSAGE-

Only thing I can suggest is make sure you are using the latest Frost:

[EMAIL PROTECTED],HE~wfG205QnSscK-U9FX7hAtGVkJg1~GRjkU1qkceTE,AQABAAE/frost/1/

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Re: [freenet-support] Frost and 0.7

2006-12-28 Thread Juiceman
 
 Only thing I can suggest is make sure you are using the latest Frost:
 

 I am, as announced on 0.5 by bback:

 [EMAIL PROTECTED],Fkadvhpc-wgeQSzdH9-BtQ/frost-23-Dec-2006.zip
 [EMAIL PROTECTED],LCBeNVEM929RoZyLvdYyuA/frost-23-Dec-2006-source.zip

 (0.5 keys)

Hmmm.  Are there any errors in your Freenet nodes  wrapper.log?

Also make sure your FCP port is enabled.  In the Darknet page at the
bottom (May need to have advanced mode turned on, not sure) you should
see something like:

FCP: 9481/tcp   (for Freenet clients such as Frost and Thaw)
You should make sure this doesn't say disabled


How about in Frosts log?  Anything labeled SEVERE that looks like a
crash or gives any clue?

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[freenet-support] Node doesn't start anymore... "java.lang.NoSuchFieldError: config"

2006-12-21 Thread Juiceman
On 12/21/06, freenetwork at web.de  wrote:
> ...and once again one of the recent change broke my node... *sigh*
> build 11507
>

You realize you are running "unstable(testing)" builds of alpha
software, right?  If you aren't doing it to test the software, I
suggest you stick to the "stable" releases.  If you are reporting a
bug, could you choose a nicer tone please?

Thanks  :)
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[freenet-support] Cannot start the darknet service

2006-12-12 Thread Juiceman
I have seen similar errors resulting from an incomplete download of
the freenet.jar file.  The jar file should be about 1.5MB in size.  If
not, download again manually from
http://downloads.freenetproject.org/alpha/freenet-r11307-snapshot.jar
and rename it to freenet.jar

Let us know if that helps.

On 12/12/06, Yuning Feng  wrote:
> I have tried both the normal and offline installation.
> When the installation is finished, The Succesful Installation page pops out.
> Then I click the "here" hyperlink, the "Cannot Display the Webpage" is
> shown.
>
> I try to start the service manually by execute "start.cmd".
> After a while, I get an error message which means the following(I am using
> an OS whose language is other than english):
> >
> Freenet 0.7 darknet service cannot start.
> System error occurred 1067
> Process terminated unexpectedly.
> <
>
> Here is part of the wrapper.log. Hope I have got the proper part.
>
> STATUS | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:07:53 | --> Wrapper Started as Service
> STATUS | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:07:53 | Launching a JVM...
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2006/12/12 16:07:53 | java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
> freenet/node/NodeStarter
> INFO   | jvm 1| 2006/12/12 16:07:53 | Exception in thread "main"
> ERROR  | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:07:53 | JVM exited while loading the
> application.
> STATUS | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:07:57 | Reloading Wrapper configuration...
> STATUS | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:07:57 | Launching a JVM...
> INFO   | jvm 2| 2006/12/12 16:07:58 | java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
> freenet/node/NodeStarter
> INFO   | jvm 2| 2006/12/12 16:07:58 | Exception in thread "main"
> ERROR  | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:07:58 | JVM exited while loading the
> application.
> STATUS | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:08:02 | Reloading Wrapper configuration...
> STATUS | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:08:02 | Launching a JVM...
> INFO   | jvm 3| 2006/12/12 16:08:02 | java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
> freenet/node/NodeStarter
> INFO   | jvm 3| 2006/12/12 16:08:02 | Exception in thread "main"
> ERROR  | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:08:02 | JVM exited while loading the
> application.
> STATUS | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:08:06 | Reloading Wrapper configuration...
> STATUS | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:08:06 | Launching a JVM...
> INFO   | jvm 4| 2006/12/12 16:08:06 | java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
> freenet/node/NodeStarter
> INFO   | jvm 4| 2006/12/12 16:08:06 | Exception in thread "main"
> ERROR  | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:08:06 | JVM exited while loading the
> application.
> STATUS | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:08:11 | Reloading Wrapper configuration...
> STATUS | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:08:11 | Launching a JVM...
> INFO   | jvm 5| 2006/12/12 16:08:11 | java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
> freenet/node/NodeStarter
> INFO   | jvm 5| 2006/12/12 16:08:11 | Exception in thread "main"
> ERROR  | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:08:11 | JVM exited while loading the
> application.
> FATAL  | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:08:11 | There were 5 failed launches in a
> row, each lasting less than 300 seconds.  Giving up.
> FATAL  | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:08:11 |   There may be a configuration
> problem: please check the logs.
> STATUS | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:08:11 | <-- Wrapper Stopped
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Re: [freenet-support] Cannot start the darknet service

2006-12-12 Thread Juiceman
I have seen similar errors resulting from an incomplete download of
the freenet.jar file.  The jar file should be about 1.5MB in size.  If
not, download again manually from
http://downloads.freenetproject.org/alpha/freenet-r11307-snapshot.jar
and rename it to freenet.jar

Let us know if that helps.

On 12/12/06, Yuning Feng [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 I have tried both the normal and offline installation.
 When the installation is finished, The Succesful Installation page pops out.
 Then I click the here hyperlink, the Cannot Display the Webpage is
 shown.

 I try to start the service manually by execute start.cmd.
 After a while, I get an error message which means the following(I am using
 an OS whose language is other than english):
 
 Freenet 0.7 darknet service cannot start.
 System error occurred 1067
 Process terminated unexpectedly.
 

 Here is part of the wrapper.log. Hope I have got the proper part.

 STATUS | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:07:53 | -- Wrapper Started as Service
 STATUS | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:07:53 | Launching a JVM...
 INFO   | jvm 1| 2006/12/12 16:07:53 | java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
 freenet/node/NodeStarter
 INFO   | jvm 1| 2006/12/12 16:07:53 | Exception in thread main
 ERROR  | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:07:53 | JVM exited while loading the
 application.
 STATUS | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:07:57 | Reloading Wrapper configuration...
 STATUS | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:07:57 | Launching a JVM...
 INFO   | jvm 2| 2006/12/12 16:07:58 | java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
 freenet/node/NodeStarter
 INFO   | jvm 2| 2006/12/12 16:07:58 | Exception in thread main
 ERROR  | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:07:58 | JVM exited while loading the
 application.
 STATUS | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:08:02 | Reloading Wrapper configuration...
 STATUS | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:08:02 | Launching a JVM...
 INFO   | jvm 3| 2006/12/12 16:08:02 | java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
 freenet/node/NodeStarter
 INFO   | jvm 3| 2006/12/12 16:08:02 | Exception in thread main
 ERROR  | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:08:02 | JVM exited while loading the
 application.
 STATUS | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:08:06 | Reloading Wrapper configuration...
 STATUS | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:08:06 | Launching a JVM...
 INFO   | jvm 4| 2006/12/12 16:08:06 | java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
 freenet/node/NodeStarter
 INFO   | jvm 4| 2006/12/12 16:08:06 | Exception in thread main
 ERROR  | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:08:06 | JVM exited while loading the
 application.
 STATUS | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:08:11 | Reloading Wrapper configuration...
 STATUS | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:08:11 | Launching a JVM...
 INFO   | jvm 5| 2006/12/12 16:08:11 | java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
 freenet/node/NodeStarter
 INFO   | jvm 5| 2006/12/12 16:08:11 | Exception in thread main
 ERROR  | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:08:11 | JVM exited while loading the
 application.
 FATAL  | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:08:11 | There were 5 failed launches in a
 row, each lasting less than 300 seconds.  Giving up.
 FATAL  | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:08:11 |   There may be a configuration
 problem: please check the logs.
 STATUS | wrapper  | 2006/12/12 16:08:11 | -- Wrapper Stopped
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[freenet-support] 0,5 or 0,7 should we move this discussion?

2006-08-27 Thread Juiceman
On 8/27/06, Nicholas Sturm  wrote:
> Even freenet has a habit of talking about places without providing a
> pointer.  Is that a built-in property of most freetnet folks.  I.e., if I
> know what I'm talking about then everyone knows about it?
>

http://emu.freenetproject.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo
(Which I found by following the link at the bottom of every message in
this mailinglist.)

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[freenet-support] 0,5 or 0,7 should we move this discussion?

2006-08-27 Thread Juiceman
On 8/27/06, -  wrote:
>
>
>
>
> Hi,
>
> Great discussion I have a few questions too, but should we move it to another 
> list?
> I feel bad about having started it here,
>
> Van
>

The chat mailinglist would be better.  Thanks :)



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