[freenet-support] Trouble starting Freenet node

2008-12-11 Thread Level 13
> Oh what version was it running? I'm fairly sure this has
> been fixed
> recently.
Yep, it was still Build #1185. Like I (probably) said, it'd been a few
weeks... (there was some  exquisite classical music on 0.5, and my
resources can't run both versions at the same time for too long...).
:) And seems to work fine now.

> If you're sure the port is forwarded then no, it's not a big
> deal. Detecting
> whether a port is forwarded or not is not easy.
OK, I'll leave it then. It's definitely forwarded. Thus I also turned
off the assume-port-is-not-forwarded switch.



[freenet-support] Trouble starting Freenet node

2008-12-11 Thread Level 13
Here's the relevant part of the wrapper.log (at least I think it's the
right part, as it's the one that's different from old entries when the
node was running fine):

INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error: Error
in WrapperListener.start callback.  java.lang.NumberFormatException:
For input string: "4329173579036400079"
INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error:
java.lang.NumberFormatException: For input string:
"4329173579036400079"
INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error: at
java.lang.NumberFormatException.forInputString(Unknown Source)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error: at
java.lang.Integer.parseInt(Unknown Source)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error: at
java.lang.Integer.parseInt(Unknown Source)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error: at
freenet.node.updater.UpdateOverMandatoryManager$13.accept(UpdateOverMandatoryManager.java:1287)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error: at
java.io.File.listFiles(Unknown Source)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error: at
freenet.node.updater.UpdateOverMandatoryManager.removeOldTempFiles(UpdateOverMandatoryManager.java:1269)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error: at
freenet.node.updater.NodeUpdateManager.(NodeUpdateManager.java:157)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error: at
freenet.node.updater.NodeUpdateManager.maybeCreate(NodeUpdateManager.java:263)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error: at
freenet.node.Node.(Node.java:1879)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error: at
freenet.node.NodeStarter.start(NodeStarter.java:152)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error: at
org.tanukisoftware.wrapper.WrapperManager$11.run(WrapperManager.java:2979)


Other than that, running update.cmd updated the node and solved the
startup issues.

There's still that infamous message present: "Probably a bug: please
report: 3 peers forcibly disconnected due to not acknowledging
packets.
3 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:[...]"

But the number of peers shown there is now lower than it was earlier.

Should I be worried about this message:
"Connection problems: Please forward UDP port  (you may have
already done this).
Your node appears to be behind some sort of NAT (see the connectivity
page for details). You should forward UDP (not TCP) port  if
possible to improve connectivity. It is possible you have already done
this; it takes a while for Freenet to detect a port forward. See here
for some more information."
The port in question is portforwarded correctly, though.



[freenet-support] Trouble starting Freenet node

2008-12-11 Thread Level 13
I'm having problems with starting my Freenet 0.7 node. This is the
output of the start-up console window:
###
Starting Freenet
The Freenet 0.7 darknet- service is starting
.
The Freenet 0.7 darknet- service could not be started.

A system error has occurred.

System error 1067 has occurred.

The process terminated unexpectedly.

Press any key to continue . . .
###

As for the Windows Event Log, the following is written there:
Event Type: Error
Event Source:   Service Control Manager
Event Category: None
Event ID:   7034
Date:   2008-12-11
Time:   12:31:16
User:   N/A
Computer:   xxx
Description:
The Freenet 0.7 darknet- service terminated unexpectedly.  It has
done this 4 time(s).

For more information, see Help and Support Center at
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.
###

What could be the problem? I have the latest Java installed.

I admit I hadn't run the 0.7 node for some time, and last time I ran
it, it already reported it was too old. (Which also brings me to my
next question: If the node doesn't have the mandatory latest version
installed, do I have to perform a manual install/upgrade from the
website, or can it still be done from within the (running) node?)



[freenet-support] Trouble starting Freenet node

2008-12-11 Thread Level 13
I'm having problems with starting my Freenet 0.7 node. This is the
output of the start-up console window:
###
Starting Freenet
The Freenet 0.7 darknet- service is starting
.
The Freenet 0.7 darknet- service could not be started.

A system error has occurred.

System error 1067 has occurred.

The process terminated unexpectedly.

Press any key to continue . . .
###

As for the Windows Event Log, the following is written there:
Event Type: Error
Event Source:   Service Control Manager
Event Category: None
Event ID:   7034
Date:   2008-12-11
Time:   12:31:16
User:   N/A
Computer:   xxx
Description:
The Freenet 0.7 darknet- service terminated unexpectedly.  It has
done this 4 time(s).

For more information, see Help and Support Center at
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.
###

What could be the problem? I have the latest Java installed.

I admit I hadn't run the 0.7 node for some time, and last time I ran
it, it already reported it was too old. (Which also brings me to my
next question: If the node doesn't have the mandatory latest version
installed, do I have to perform a manual install/upgrade from the
website, or can it still be done from within the (running) node?)
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Re: [freenet-support] Trouble starting Freenet node

2008-12-11 Thread Level 13
Here's the relevant part of the wrapper.log (at least I think it's the
right part, as it's the one that's different from old entries when the
node was running fine):

INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error: Error
in WrapperListener.start callback.  java.lang.NumberFormatException:
For input string: 4329173579036400079
INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error:
java.lang.NumberFormatException: For input string:
4329173579036400079
INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error: at
java.lang.NumberFormatException.forInputString(Unknown Source)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error: at
java.lang.Integer.parseInt(Unknown Source)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error: at
java.lang.Integer.parseInt(Unknown Source)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error: at
freenet.node.updater.UpdateOverMandatoryManager$13.accept(UpdateOverMandatoryManager.java:1287)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error: at
java.io.File.listFiles(Unknown Source)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error: at
freenet.node.updater.UpdateOverMandatoryManager.removeOldTempFiles(UpdateOverMandatoryManager.java:1269)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error: at
freenet.node.updater.NodeUpdateManager.init(NodeUpdateManager.java:157)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error: at
freenet.node.updater.NodeUpdateManager.maybeCreate(NodeUpdateManager.java:263)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error: at
freenet.node.Node.init(Node.java:1879)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error: at
freenet.node.NodeStarter.start(NodeStarter.java:152)
INFO   | jvm 1| 2008/12/11 12:31:13 | WrapperManager Error: at
org.tanukisoftware.wrapper.WrapperManager$11.run(WrapperManager.java:2979)


Other than that, running update.cmd updated the node and solved the
startup issues.

There's still that infamous message present: Probably a bug: please
report: 3 peers forcibly disconnected due to not acknowledging
packets.
3 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:[...]

But the number of peers shown there is now lower than it was earlier.

Should I be worried about this message:
Connection problems: Please forward UDP port  (you may have
already done this).
Your node appears to be behind some sort of NAT (see the connectivity
page for details). You should forward UDP (not TCP) port  if
possible to improve connectivity. It is possible you have already done
this; it takes a while for Freenet to detect a port forward. See here
for some more information.
The port in question is portforwarded correctly, though.
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Re: [freenet-support] Trouble starting Freenet node

2008-12-11 Thread Level 13
 Oh what version was it running? I'm fairly sure this has
 been fixed
 recently.
Yep, it was still Build #1185. Like I (probably) said, it'd been a few
weeks... (there was some  exquisite classical music on 0.5, and my
resources can't run both versions at the same time for too long...).
:) And seems to work fine now.

 If you're sure the port is forwarded then no, it's not a big
 deal. Detecting
 whether a port is forwarded or not is not easy.
OK, I'll leave it then. It's definitely forwarded. Thus I also turned
off the assume-port-is-not-forwarded switch.
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[freenet-support] Newbie to 0.7

2008-11-29 Thread Level 13
I've installed 0.7 yesterday (finally :) but I'm not getting rid of
0.5 just yet). I like the fact that it's not eating that much of the
computer resources as 0.5 (but then again, I've pretty much kept the
restrictive default settings about the memory and such).

Now, to my questions... After one day, it still says:
UDP Darknet port X Status unknown
UDP Opennet port X Maybe port forwarded
Why is this so? Both ports ARE port-forwarded, whereas the Darknet is
not used yet (since I have "no friends" in a manner of speaking).
However, an occasional packet to one of the ports is filtered every
now and then, on either hardware firewall or the personal/software
firewall (I hear it's because UDP packets tend to have problems with
firewalls - or vice versa...). Other than that, browsing seems to work
fine.

Where is the setting for maximum number of connections the whole thing
is allowed to maintain (which was pretty obvious in 0.5)? Is it the
"Maximum number of Opennet peers", which is 20 at max? If so, how come
only 20 is the upper limit?

About accessing the node from elsewhere in the LAN -- isn't this
configured in the "Hostnames or IP addresses that are allowed to
connect to FProxy"? Because I put an internal IP of another computer
in my LAN there, but I can't access the site from it.

As for these two...
"Directories downloading is allowed to"
"Directories uploading is allowed to"
...if I understand this correctly, putting the string "downloads"
there will use the path defined in "Default download directory"
setting (where e.g. I have "x:\download07" (without the quotes) -- is
this correct)?
What's the deal with "If this is set to "all" any user can download
any file to anywhere on your computer!" -- does it actually mean that
anyone who connects to my node will be able to read just about ANY
file on the system?

Oh, and BTW, I got this status message even after the auto-update to
the latest version:

12 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 at 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:
(12 IPs listed here).



[freenet-support] Newbie to 0.7

2008-11-29 Thread Level 13
I've installed 0.7 yesterday (finally :) but I'm not getting rid of
0.5 just yet). I like the fact that it's not eating that much of the
computer resources as 0.5 (but then again, I've pretty much kept the
restrictive default settings about the memory and such).

Now, to my questions... After one day, it still says:
UDP Darknet port X Status unknown
UDP Opennet port X Maybe port forwarded
Why is this so? Both ports ARE port-forwarded, whereas the Darknet is
not used yet (since I have no friends in a manner of speaking).
However, an occasional packet to one of the ports is filtered every
now and then, on either hardware firewall or the personal/software
firewall (I hear it's because UDP packets tend to have problems with
firewalls - or vice versa...). Other than that, browsing seems to work
fine.

Where is the setting for maximum number of connections the whole thing
is allowed to maintain (which was pretty obvious in 0.5)? Is it the
Maximum number of Opennet peers, which is 20 at max? If so, how come
only 20 is the upper limit?

About accessing the node from elsewhere in the LAN -- isn't this
configured in the Hostnames or IP addresses that are allowed to
connect to FProxy? Because I put an internal IP of another computer
in my LAN there, but I can't access the site from it.

As for these two...
Directories downloading is allowed to
Directories uploading is allowed to
...if I understand this correctly, putting the string downloads
there will use the path defined in Default download directory
setting (where e.g. I have x:\download07 (without the quotes) -- is
this correct)?
What's the deal with If this is set to all any user can download
any file to anywhere on your computer! -- does it actually mean that
anyone who connects to my node will be able to read just about ANY
file on the system?

Oh, and BTW, I got this status message even after the auto-update to
the latest version:

12 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 at [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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:
(12 IPs listed here).
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[freenet-support] Ports to forward, hostname (dyndns)

2008-11-01 Thread Level 13
Is it enough to portforward listen-port and opennet-listen-port on
your NAT router in order for a 0.7 node to work properly (so two ports
here as opposed to one port in 0.5)? How about the dyndns hostname,
where do you have to put it (that is, if this function is still the
same as it was on 0.5, so if you have a dynamic IP you can use a
dyndns hostname)?



[freenet-support] Ports to forward, hostname (dyndns)

2008-11-01 Thread Level 13
Is it enough to portforward listen-port and opennet-listen-port on
your NAT router in order for a 0.7 node to work properly (so two ports
here as opposed to one port in 0.5)? How about the dyndns hostname,
where do you have to put it (that is, if this function is still the
same as it was on 0.5, so if you have a dynamic IP you can use a
dyndns hostname)?
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[freenet-support] Changing ports etc.

2008-09-09 Thread Level 13
Is there a short how-to for Freenet 0.7 installation for those who are
switching from 0.5? Especially I'm looking for info about:
-how to change the default ports (which are already taken by other
services on my server, and are not to be used at all), for local
access as well as the one visible on the outside,
-where to put the hostname.dyndns.xyz info so that you can be reached
if you have a dynamic IP?



[freenet-support] Changing ports etc.

2008-09-08 Thread Level 13
Is there a short how-to for Freenet 0.7 installation for those who are
switching from 0.5? Especially I'm looking for info about:
-how to change the default ports (which are already taken by other
services on my server, and are not to be used at all), for local
access as well as the one visible on the outside,
-where to put the hostname.dyndns.xyz info so that you can be reached
if you have a dynamic IP?
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[freenet-support] Running both versions at the same time?

2008-05-29 Thread Level 13
Would it be possible/feasible to run both 0.5 and 0.7 versions on the
same computer (for a while)? Or could there be some conflicts between
the two (and probably significant strain on system resources)?



[freenet-support] Running both versions at the same time?

2008-05-29 Thread Level 13
Would it be possible/feasible to run both 0.5 and 0.7 versions on the
same computer (for a while)? Or could there be some conflicts between
the two (and probably significant strain on system resources)?
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[freenet-support] A maximum of 40 connections on XP SP3?

2008-05-22 Thread Level 13
My node (version 0.5) is supposed to allow 90 concurrent open
connections. However, in the last week or so I've only seen 40 listed
connections in the Open Connections segment of node's control panel,
e.g.

Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit)   40 (0/40/90)

The only thing that was changed in the last two weeks was an install
of Service Pack 3. Could this have affected the node in any way
regarding the number of connections? I did, however, re-apply the
"max. half open connection" patch after installing SP3.



[freenet-support] A maximum of 40 connections on XP SP3?

2008-05-22 Thread Level 13
My node (version 0.5) is supposed to allow 90 concurrent open
connections. However, in the last week or so I've only seen 40 listed
connections in the Open Connections segment of node's control panel,
e.g.

Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit)   40 (0/40/90)

The only thing that was changed in the last two weeks was an install
of Service Pack 3. Could this have affected the node in any way
regarding the number of connections? I did, however, re-apply the
max. half open connection patch after installing SP3.
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[freenet-support] CPU at 100 %, frequent restarts needed

2008-05-03 Thread Level 13
Forgive my ignorance, but where do I change the allotted memory for
Freenet? Couldn't find it under Configure in the menu, and neither in
freenet.ini.


> > As for the memory - I haven't changed any settings about memory. The
> > "Memory Allocation" (in Environment section of web interface) says:
> >
> > Maximum memory the JVM will allocate130.112 KiB
> > Memory currently allocated by the JVM   130.112 KiB
> > Memory in use   122.215.232 Bytes
> > Estimated memory used by logger None
> > Unused allocated memory 11.017.328 Bytes
> > 
> > The computer has 1 GB of RAM. Should I increase the amount of memory
> > to Freenet node?
>
> Yes, try 192 or 256. Let me know whether it helps.
> >
> > As a side note, Load sometimes gets to values larger than 100 %, but
> > that's usually not a precursor to 100 % CPU, though.
>
> Load includes disk I/O too.



[freenet-support] CPU at 100 %, frequent restarts needed

2008-04-28 Thread Level 13
> You tell me. We wouldn't do it deliberately!

I know, I was merely joking. :)


> What is the node doing at the time? Do you have any queued
> requests and/or
> inserts? Have you tried giving the node more memory? How much is it using
> now?
>
> If it IS a memory problem then it's worrying, vinyl1 also said
> 1143 seemed to
> be using more memory... but I don't understand what could have
> caused that.

I don't remember if the node was doing anything special at such times.
I haven't had much time lately to use it, currently there are 4 files
in Fuqid's download queue, so that was about it.
As for the memory - I haven't changed any settings about memory. The
"Memory Allocation" (in Environment section of web interface) says:

Maximum memory the JVM will allocate130.112 KiB
Memory currently allocated by the JVM   130.112 KiB
Memory in use   122.215.232 Bytes
Estimated memory used by logger None
Unused allocated memory 11.017.328 Bytes

The computer has 1 GB of RAM. Should I increase the amount of memory
to Freenet node?

As a side note, Load sometimes gets to values larger than 100 %, but
that's usually not a precursor to 100 % CPU, though.



Re: [freenet-support] CPU at 100 %, frequent restarts needed

2008-04-28 Thread Level 13
 You tell me. We wouldn't do it deliberately!

I know, I was merely joking. :)


 What is the node doing at the time? Do you have any queued
 requests and/or
 inserts? Have you tried giving the node more memory? How much is it using
 now?

 If it IS a memory problem then it's worrying, vinyl1 also said
 1143 seemed to
 be using more memory... but I don't understand what could have
 caused that.

I don't remember if the node was doing anything special at such times.
I haven't had much time lately to use it, currently there are 4 files
in Fuqid's download queue, so that was about it.
As for the memory - I haven't changed any settings about memory. The
Memory Allocation (in Environment section of web interface) says:

Maximum memory the JVM will allocate130.112 KiB
Memory currently allocated by the JVM   130.112 KiB
Memory in use   122.215.232 Bytes
Estimated memory used by logger None
Unused allocated memory 11.017.328 Bytes

The computer has 1 GB of RAM. Should I increase the amount of memory
to Freenet node?

As a side note, Load sometimes gets to values larger than 100 %, but
that's usually not a precursor to 100 % CPU, though.
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[freenet-support] CPU at 100 %, frequent restarts needed

2008-04-25 Thread Level 13
Some time ago, I had to restart my node once every two weeks or so,
because its CPU consumption would grow over time -- and after reaching
90 % or more rendering the computer useless.
However, lately these things occur very often. The node starts
consuming more and more CPU resources, pushing it to 100 % all
together, and this happens at least once every 1-2 days. What's the
deal here? Is it due to the latest Java version, or are there other
causes?
An evil plot to get rid of us who still use version 0.5? :)



[freenet-support] My node won't start anymore after the computer crashed

2007-11-22 Thread Level 13
Well, I've deleted my Freenet store completely. Didn't help.
Tried to run UpdateSnapshot.exe. It downloaded something and maybe
updated it (no errors). Didn't help.
Downloaded freenet-webinstall.exe, tried to run it (for a reinstall, I
suppose), but I only received: "I could not find a compatible Java
Runtime Environment installed on this machine. Either download and run
'freenet-java-webinstall.exe' instead, or download a compatible Java
Runtime Environment separately and then rerun this installer. Click OK
to EXIT this installation."
Which is weird because I've had the latest JRE installed (version 1.6
update 3)...
I ran NodeConfig.exe and rechecked all the settings and saved them.
Nothing. My nodes still remains at the animated icon and won't start.
I'm out of ideas. Anyone? Or does this mean version 0.5 is blocked for good??



[freenet-support] Why does it take longer to start

2007-11-03 Thread Level 13
A while ago I increased the resources for my freenet node (from 40 to
90 connections, and datastore from 1 GB to 5 GB). It used to take a
few seconds to start my node, now it's like 1-2 minutes before it's up
(that is, until the animated tray icon becomes blue after you start
the node). Why is that so? Larger datastore?
Also, what does "Load" of 100 % or over 100 % mean? I've noticed it
happens from time to time.
I'm on 0.5, build 5107.



[freenet-support] Why does it take longer to start

2007-11-03 Thread Level 13
A while ago I increased the resources for my freenet node (from 40 to
90 connections, and datastore from 1 GB to 5 GB). It used to take a
few seconds to start my node, now it's like 1-2 minutes before it's up
(that is, until the animated tray icon becomes blue after you start
the node). Why is that so? Larger datastore?
Also, what does Load of 100 % or over 100 % mean? I've noticed it
happens from time to time.
I'm on 0.5, build 5107.
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[freenet-support] Load over 100 percent?

2007-06-01 Thread Level 13
Today I've noticed that on my node's status page it says:

Build 5107 ... Load: ... 137%

It never went over 100 % before, so what does it mean? I did keep
Frost running overnight...



[freenet-support] Load over 100 percent?

2007-06-01 Thread Level 13
Today I've noticed that on my node's status page it says:

Build 5107 ... Load: ... 137%

It never went over 100 % before, so what does it mean? I did keep
Frost running overnight...
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[freenet-support] How to make use of Java 1.5.0 instead of 1.4.2

2007-01-20 Thread Level 13
Never mind - I completely overlooked the fact that there's another
.ini file (FLaunch.ini) where you can change this. :)
All fine now.



[freenet-support] How to make use of Java 1.5.0 instead of 1.4.2

2007-01-19 Thread Level 13
I've recently updated from JRE1.4.2 to JRE1.5.0. However, if I check
the Environment section of Freenet web interface, the line "JVM
Version" still claims my node is using 1.4.2_10-b03.

How come it didn't acquire 1.5.0 - did I miss to change something?



[freenet-support] Which is the latest 0.5 version; Which Java VM

2007-01-04 Thread Level 13
About JVM update - I saw that there are some security issues with my
current version, so I thought it might be wise to update.

> Yes, 5107 was the final release in the .5 version of Freenet.
> I don't see any reason to update the Java release if your .5 server is
> working OK.  A later release should be backward-compatible, but might cause
> trouble.



Re: [freenet-support] Which is the latest 0.5 version; Which Java VM

2007-01-04 Thread Level 13
About JVM update - I saw that there are some security issues with my
current version, so I thought it might be wise to update.

 Yes, 5107 was the final release in the .5 version of Freenet.
 I don't see any reason to update the Java release if your .5 server is
 working OK.  A later release should be backward-compatible, but might cause
 trouble.
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[freenet-support] Which is the latest 0.5 version; Which Java VM

2007-01-03 Thread Level 13
How can I tell if I have the latest version of 0.5 branch installed?
The information I get in the web interface is as follows:

Node Version0.5
Protocol VersionSTABLE-1.51
Build Number5107
CVS Revision1.90.2.50.2.134


How about the version of JVM? I'm currently using 1.4.2_10-b03 and I
know it's far from being the latest. Should I update it? If so, will
my 0.5 still work on an updated environment?

However, I'm a little confused as per which thing to download at
http://java.sun.com/
I haven't been around there for a while and there's been some
redecorating going on. ;)
Or do I just download the "Java Runtime Environment Version 5.0 Update 10" from
http://java.com/en/download/index.jsp
?



[freenet-support] Which is the latest 0.5 version; Which Java VM

2007-01-03 Thread Level 13
How can I tell if I have the latest version of 0.5 branch installed?
The information I get in the web interface is as follows:

Node Version0.5
Protocol VersionSTABLE-1.51
Build Number5107
CVS Revision1.90.2.50.2.134


How about the version of JVM? I'm currently using 1.4.2_10-b03 and I
know it's far from being the latest. Should I update it? If so, will
my 0.5 still work on an updated environment?

However, I'm a little confused as per which thing to download at
http://java.sun.com/
I haven't been around there for a while and there's been some
redecorating going on. ;)
Or do I just download the Java Runtime Environment Version 5.0 Update 10 from
http://java.com/en/download/index.jsp
?
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[freenet-support] Freenet (0.5, Build 5106) has trouble with time transitions

2006-10-29 Thread Level 13
It happened before, and it happened again tonight. I got woken up by
alarms indicating 100 % CPU usage, and found out it was being caused
by Freenet, so I restarted it.
Obviously it has problems when summer/winter time transitions occur.
It's only twice a year, but thought I should mention it.



[freenet-support] Freenet (0.5, Build 5106) has trouble with time transitions

2006-10-29 Thread Level 13

It happened before, and it happened again tonight. I got woken up by
alarms indicating 100 % CPU usage, and found out it was being caused
by Freenet, so I restarted it.
Obviously it has problems when summer/winter time transitions occur.
It's only twice a year, but thought I should mention it.
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[freenet-support] From 0.5 to 0.7

2006-07-29 Thread Level 13
What's the best plan for upgrading from 0.5 to 0.7?
Is it still so that in order to use 0.7 you have to know a node that's
already in the network? If so, can I simply pick any node from "open
connections" on my node's control panel?

Is the content under 0.7 the same or completely different?



[freenet-support] From 0.5 to 0.7

2006-07-28 Thread Level 13

What's the best plan for upgrading from 0.5 to 0.7?
Is it still so that in order to use 0.7 you have to know a node that's
already in the network? If so, can I simply pick any node from open
connections on my node's control panel?

Is the content under 0.7 the same or completely different?
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[freenet-support] Switching it off for a while

2006-07-27 Thread Level 13
That's not very encouraging. Perhaps there should be some flag
available to let other nodes know that one of them is just
"temporarily unavailable". Or maybe an option for a "3rd party" server
where the traffic requests would be rerouted - and the "temporarily
unavailable" answer given out (the "3rd party" router probably being
another (web?) server to which the DynDNS would point for a while).

BTW, what do you guys mean by "people drop nodes" and "people can
see"? I thought the _system_ was automatically selecting the nodes? Or
are you referring to 0.7 only?



Re: [freenet-support] Switching it off for a while

2006-07-27 Thread Level 13

That's not very encouraging. Perhaps there should be some flag
available to let other nodes know that one of them is just
temporarily unavailable. Or maybe an option for a 3rd party server
where the traffic requests would be rerouted - and the temporarily
unavailable answer given out (the 3rd party router probably being
another (web?) server to which the DynDNS would point for a while).

BTW, what do you guys mean by people drop nodes and people can
see? I thought the _system_ was automatically selecting the nodes? Or
are you referring to 0.7 only?
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[freenet-support] Switching it off for a while

2006-07-26 Thread Level 13
I was wondering, what are the possible consequences if one switches
their Freenet node off for a while (say when going on vacation etc.)?
I mean, is there a minimum limit as to when a node is considered
"dead"? So if it comes back online in e.g. 1 month, will it be a whole
new "discovery" for it, or will it continue operating from where it
was before?



[freenet-support] Switching it off for a while

2006-07-26 Thread Level 13

I was wondering, what are the possible consequences if one switches
their Freenet node off for a while (say when going on vacation etc.)?
I mean, is there a minimum limit as to when a node is considered
dead? So if it comes back online in e.g. 1 month, will it be a whole
new discovery for it, or will it continue operating from where it
was before?
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[freenet-support] 923 current connections

2006-06-05 Thread Level 13
Upon issuing netstat -s on my server this morning I found out there
were 923 current connections established. After shutting down Fuqid
(1.5) and Freenet (build 5106), the number dropped to 47.
How could have this happened? The maximum connection limit on my
Freenet node is 40, while Fuqid has 30 maximum download threads.



[freenet-support] 923 current connections

2006-06-05 Thread Level 13

Upon issuing netstat -s on my server this morning I found out there
were 923 current connections established. After shutting down Fuqid
(1.5) and Freenet (build 5106), the number dropped to 47.
How could have this happened? The maximum connection limit on my
Freenet node is 40, while Fuqid has 30 maximum download threads.
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[freenet-support] Firewall settings, log output

2006-05-20 Thread Level 13
> > One more question... Is it feasible to expect Freenet logs to be more
> > "humanly readable"? Currently my setting is "logLevel=Normal". The log
> > seems pretty "raw", though.
>
> For example? Logs at normal should be quite sparse...

For example, Apache's logs, as well as mail servers', ftp servers'
etc. are pretty much "human readable" at first glance.

However, the Freenet logs I see are quite dense, e.g.:

EstimateList=freenet.node.rt.ForgettingEstimateList: length=77, at=0,
noConnCount=0, backedOffCount=23 23 times
May 19, 2006 11:56:36 AM (freenet.node.QueueManager, Network reading
thread, ERROR): Consecutive same winner:
freenet.node.QueueManager$NodeElement at ccff6b: timeToSendWindow=0,
ph=freenet.PeerHandler at 103fb85 (DSA(be87 a7cd de62 e94a 540b  7766
af6e 4bbc 0974 3e57),tcp/82.46.27.42:31562, sessions=1,
presentations=3, ID=DSA(be87 a7cd de62 e94a 540b  7766 af6e 4bbc 0974
3e57), version=Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.51,5106): outbound attempts=0:0/0 on
freenet.node.QueueManager$QueueElement at 8b7c44: id=acaca359c0720e83,
expiresAt=1148032633105 (36437 ms),
request=freenet.message.DataRequest at a34aea DataRequest @null @
acaca359c0720e83,
callback=freenet.node.states.request.SendFinished at 
94f131@acaca359c0720e83,true@
-1:1148032573105:false:null:freenet.message.DataRequest at a34aea
DataRequest @null @ acaca359c0720e83, sendTimeout=17720,
routes=freenet.node.rt.NGRouting at 66dbc0
(f15883c3a4d1fd058004501bd332d74d54a9e0fa120302,request),
EstimateList=freenet.node.rt.ForgettingEstimateList: length=77, at=0,
noConnCount=0, backedOffCount=24 24 times

but that's just one "line" of it...


By the way, I wanted to update my node to 5107 today, but without
success. At first I tried the "update snapshot", but the download
speed quickly went to 0.2 kB/s and then it stopped (I remember it's
the same problem as last year). Then I downloaded both
http://downloads.freenetproject.org/freenet-java-webinstall.exe and
http://downloads.freenetproject.org/freenet-webinstall.exe
to try one or another, but none of them was able to download certain
files (e.g. nodeconfig.exe, freenet-ext.jar...). My Freenet
web-interface shows I still have Build 5106.



RE: [freenet-support] Firewall settings, log output

2006-05-20 Thread Level 13

 One more question... Is it feasible to expect Freenet logs to be more
 humanly readable? Currently my setting is logLevel=Normal. The log
 seems pretty raw, though.

For example? Logs at normal should be quite sparse...


For example, Apache's logs, as well as mail servers', ftp servers'
etc. are pretty much human readable at first glance.

However, the Freenet logs I see are quite dense, e.g.:

EstimateList=freenet.node.rt.ForgettingEstimateList: length=77, at=0,
noConnCount=0, backedOffCount=23 23 times
May 19, 2006 11:56:36 AM (freenet.node.QueueManager, Network reading
thread, ERROR): Consecutive same winner:
[EMAIL PROTECTED]: timeToSendWindow=0,
[EMAIL PROTECTED] (DSA(be87 a7cd de62 e94a 540b  7766
af6e 4bbc 0974 3e57),tcp/82.46.27.42:31562, sessions=1,
presentations=3, ID=DSA(be87 a7cd de62 e94a 540b  7766 af6e 4bbc 0974
3e57), version=Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.51,5106): outbound attempts=0:0/0 on
[EMAIL PROTECTED]: id=acaca359c0720e83,
expiresAt=1148032633105 (36437 ms),
[EMAIL PROTECTED] DataRequest @null @
acaca359c0720e83,
[EMAIL PROTECTED]@acaca359c0720e83,true@
-1:1148032573105:false:null:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
DataRequest @null @ acaca359c0720e83, sendTimeout=17720,
[EMAIL PROTECTED]
(f15883c3a4d1fd058004501bd332d74d54a9e0fa120302,request),
EstimateList=freenet.node.rt.ForgettingEstimateList: length=77, at=0,
noConnCount=0, backedOffCount=24 24 times

but that's just one line of it...


By the way, I wanted to update my node to 5107 today, but without
success. At first I tried the update snapshot, but the download
speed quickly went to 0.2 kB/s and then it stopped (I remember it's
the same problem as last year). Then I downloaded both
http://downloads.freenetproject.org/freenet-java-webinstall.exe and
http://downloads.freenetproject.org/freenet-webinstall.exe
to try one or another, but none of them was able to download certain
files (e.g. nodeconfig.exe, freenet-ext.jar...). My Freenet
web-interface shows I still have Build 5106.
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[freenet-support] Firewall settings, log output

2006-05-05 Thread Level 13
In this section of FAQ
http://freenet.sourceforge.net/index.php?page=faq#firewall
it says that in freenet.ini you are supposed to change entries at
"node.ipAddressOverride" and "node.listenPort". However, I don't have
these entries in configuration file; I only have "ipAddress=..."
(where I used to have my IP, but now I have my DynDNS address) and
"listenPort=..." (with the port that was added after installing
Freenet; this port is also port-forwarded in my router/firewall).
Why the discrepancy -- is the FAQ for 0.7 already, or maybe for Linux version?

One more question... Is it feasible to expect Freenet logs to be more
"humanly readable"? Currently my setting is "logLevel=Normal". The log
seems pretty "raw", though.



[freenet-support] Firewall settings, log output

2006-05-05 Thread Level 13

In this section of FAQ
http://freenet.sourceforge.net/index.php?page=faq#firewall
it says that in freenet.ini you are supposed to change entries at
node.ipAddressOverride and node.listenPort. However, I don't have
these entries in configuration file; I only have ipAddress=...
(where I used to have my IP, but now I have my DynDNS address) and
listenPort=... (with the port that was added after installing
Freenet; this port is also port-forwarded in my router/firewall).
Why the discrepancy -- is the FAQ for 0.7 already, or maybe for Linux version?

One more question... Is it feasible to expect Freenet logs to be more
humanly readable? Currently my setting is logLevel=Normal. The log
seems pretty raw, though.
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[freenet-support] Re: What to do after switching ISP

2006-04-23 Thread Level 13
> > Freenet. So all I would have to do was put this DynDNS address in
> > "ipAddres=" instead of putting my external IP there?
>
> Yes.

Done. BTW, I still have access to my old line until the end of the
month. Is there anything I can do overthere to somehow "transfer" the
already known connections to the new one?

Out of plain curiosity - how do eMule and Torrent handle switching IPs
compared to Freenet (that is, I don't remember having to use a dyndns
address anywhere else)? Every time a new beginning of credentials?

> > Yes, I'm behind a NAT router/firewall...
> Ideally you should forward the UDP port.

I already did this on day 1. I don't think it would have worked without it.



RE: [freenet-support] Re: What to do after switching ISP

2006-04-23 Thread Level 13
  Freenet. So all I would have to do was put this DynDNS address in
  ipAddres= instead of putting my external IP there?

 Yes.

Done. BTW, I still have access to my old line until the end of the
month. Is there anything I can do overthere to somehow transfer the
already known connections to the new one?

Out of plain curiosity - how do eMule and Torrent handle switching IPs
compared to Freenet (that is, I don't remember having to use a dyndns
address anywhere else)? Every time a new beginning of credentials?

  Yes, I'm behind a NAT router/firewall...
 Ideally you should forward the UDP port.

I already did this on day 1. I don't think it would have worked without it.
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[freenet-support] Re: What to do after switching ISP

2006-04-21 Thread Level 13
Well, I've had my DynDNS address before... but didn't use it with
Freenet. So all I would have to do was put this DynDNS address in
"ipAddres=" instead of putting my external IP there?

If so - if I do this now, will the whole node have to start from scratch again?

Yes, I'm behind a NAT router/firewall...



[freenet-support] Re: What to do after switching ISP

2006-04-21 Thread Level 13
Well, I've had my DynDNS address before... but didn't use it with
Freenet. So all I would have to do was put this DynDNS address in
ipAddres= instead of putting my external IP there?

If so - if I do this now, will the whole node have to start from scratch again?

Yes, I'm behind a NAT router/firewall...
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[freenet-support] What to do after switching ISP

2006-04-14 Thread Level 13
I just switched my ISP, hence I have a new IP now. Is there any way to
speed up the process of my node getting to know the others? That is,
it seems like the freenet considers my node a new one (since it's on a
new IP), and I'd like to inherit the credentials I had before (for
the lack of a better expression). Any way to do this?
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[freenet-support] Re: Overloaded or Node Down

2005-11-24 Thread Level 13
> Sure, but I strongly recommend you not uninstall ZoneAlarm on a windows
> box. Unless you just install linux instead. :)

No, I am definitely going to leave ZoneAlarm where it is. I guess I'll just
have to restart it every now and then.

Another question about memory allocation. Node information says:

Maximum memory the JVM will allocate130,112 KiB
Memory currently allocated by the JVM   130,112 KiB


But task manager says that javaw.exe has ca. 160 000 K allocated (it has
grown in the last two days to this size). Which part seems to be ignoring
what here?

My JVM version is 1.4.2_10-b03.





Re: [freenet-support] Re: Overloaded or Node Down

2005-11-24 Thread Level 13
 Sure, but I strongly recommend you not uninstall ZoneAlarm on a windows
 box. Unless you just install linux instead. :)

No, I am definitely going to leave ZoneAlarm where it is. I guess I'll just
have to restart it every now and then.

Another question about memory allocation. Node information says:

Maximum memory the JVM will allocate130,112 KiB
Memory currently allocated by the JVM   130,112 KiB


But task manager says that javaw.exe has ca. 160 000 K allocated (it has
grown in the last two days to this size). Which part seems to be ignoring
what here?

My JVM version is 1.4.2_10-b03.


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[freenet-support] Overloaded or Node Down

2005-11-21 Thread Level 13
Every now and then I notice that FUQID displays the message Overloaded Or
Node Down (in place where it's usually written ACTIVE). If I deactivate
it, restart Freenet node, and activate Fuqid again, it works again.

Also, issuing netstat -s before and after the restart: before there were
like 240 connections open, and after the restart there were only 100.

What causes this, is there any way to avoid it? I think my node lost at
least 7-8 hours of efficient time today due to this.

Freenet is build 5106, Fuqid is 1.5.

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[freenet-support] Re: Overloaded or Node Down

2005-11-21 Thread Level 13
 Normally it happens when you are using too many threads. Try to use little
less.

I don't think I'm using too many threads. As for Freenet, I've limited the
connections to 40:

Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit)   37 (11/26/40)
Transfers active (Transmitting/Receiving)   39 (22/17)
Data waiting to be transferred  42 KiB
Total amount of data transferred270 MiB


As for Fuqid, I've mostly left the default settings, 10 threads entered in
the corresponding window.

Unless it's fighting with eMule, but I don't think so since they're all
using different ports and eMule works fine.

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[freenet-support] Re: Overloaded or Node Down

2005-11-21 Thread Level 13
Then I guess it was either eMule's fault or Zone Alarm's.

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[freenet-support] Which java VM, how to make it secure...

2005-10-11 Thread Level 13
I've recently upgraded to the latest version of Freenet (5105). The
Java VM I'm using is 1.4.2_07-b05. Should there be any improvement if
I upgraded it to a newer version?

Furthermore... If I want to be more restrictive about allowing
java*.exe to access the internet, do I just copy java.exe and
javaw.exe to another location (perhaps Freenet folder), adjust the
corresponding lines in FLaunch.ini to point to the new location:
JavaExec=C:\Program Files\Java\j2re1.4.2_07\bin\java.exe
Javaw=C:\Program Files\Java\j2re1.4.2_07\bin\javaw.exe

...and only allow the java*.exe in the new location to access the
internet (instead of allowing it for the default C:\Program
Files...java)?



[freenet-support] Which java VM, how to make it secure...

2005-10-11 Thread Level 13
I've recently upgraded to the latest version of Freenet (5105). The
Java VM I'm using is 1.4.2_07-b05. Should there be any improvement if
I upgraded it to a newer version?

Furthermore... If I want to be more restrictive about allowing
java*.exe to access the internet, do I just copy java.exe and
javaw.exe to another location (perhaps Freenet folder), adjust the
corresponding lines in FLaunch.ini to point to the new location:
JavaExec=C:\Program Files\Java\j2re1.4.2_07\bin\java.exe
Javaw=C:\Program Files\Java\j2re1.4.2_07\bin\javaw.exe

...and only allow the java*.exe in the new location to access the
internet (instead of allowing it for the default C:\Program
Files...java)?
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[freenet-support] Re: Zone Alarm's vsmon.exe eating RAM

2005-10-10 Thread Level 13
I'm using the last version of 5.5 series (freeware version). I'm
somehow reluctant about installing 6 since I've heard so much bad
things about this version.



[freenet-support] Zone Alarm's vsmon.exe eating RAM

2005-10-10 Thread Level 13
I've noticed that ever since I started running my Freenet node, the
Zone Alarm's vsmon.exe process is literally eating memory. It goes up
to 700 MB. Whenever the system decides to allocate more memory to
vsmon.exe, the whole system is stuck until the process is finished (I
suppose re-writing the swap file).
Is there any way around this (apart from not using either Zone Alarm
or Freenet anymore ;) )?



[freenet-support] Zone Alarm's vsmon.exe eating RAM

2005-10-10 Thread Level 13
I've noticed that ever since I started running my Freenet node, the
Zone Alarm's vsmon.exe process is literally eating memory. It goes up
to 700 MB. Whenever the system decides to allocate more memory to
vsmon.exe, the whole system is stuck until the process is finished (I
suppose re-writing the swap file).
Is there any way around this (apart from not using either Zone Alarm
or Freenet anymore ;) )?
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[freenet-support] Re: Zone Alarm's vsmon.exe eating RAM

2005-10-10 Thread Level 13
I'm using the last version of 5.5 series (freeware version). I'm
somehow reluctant about installing 6 since I've heard so much bad
things about this version.
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[freenet-support] Upgrading freenet on Windows 2000

2005-10-09 Thread Level 13
On the website, it says,

After installing Freenet, Windows users can upgrade to the latest
daily Freenet "snapshot" release by clicking on "Update Snapshot" in
the Freenet section of their Start menu.

However, if I choose "Update Snapshot" on my server, I will get the
following dialog box just prior to the installation process (that is,
after clicking 'accept' and so on...):

Freenet Webinstall Setup

Error opening file for writing:
"C:\Program Files\Freenet\freenet-webinstall.exe"
Hit abort to abort installation,
retry to retry writing the file, or
ignore to skip this file



I get the same error with Freenet node either running or shut down.
It's my first upgrade, I have 5102 at the moment.



[freenet-support] Upgrading freenet on Windows 2000

2005-10-09 Thread Level 13
On the website, it says,

After installing Freenet, Windows users can upgrade to the latest
daily Freenet snapshot release by clicking on Update Snapshot in
the Freenet section of their Start menu.

However, if I choose Update Snapshot on my server, I will get the
following dialog box just prior to the installation process (that is,
after clicking 'accept' and so on...):

Freenet Webinstall Setup

Error opening file for writing:
C:\Program Files\Freenet\freenet-webinstall.exe
Hit abort to abort installation,
retry to retry writing the file, or
ignore to skip this file



I get the same error with Freenet node either running or shut down.
It's my first upgrade, I have 5102 at the moment.
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[freenet-support] The new version and UDP

2005-09-18 Thread Level 13
I know it probably sounds silly, but for some time I've been using a
router that doesn't support UDP port forwarding, and I probably won't
change it any time soon... I see the 0.7 is switching from TCP to UDP.
What happens to those unlucky users who can't use UDP? Should we just
stop using Freenet until we get a better router / portforwarding
support?



[freenet-support] The new version and UDP

2005-09-18 Thread Level 13
I know it probably sounds silly, but for some time I've been using a
router that doesn't support UDP port forwarding, and I probably won't
change it any time soon... I see the 0.7 is switching from TCP to UDP.
What happens to those unlucky users who can't use UDP? Should we just
stop using Freenet until we get a better router / portforwarding
support?
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[freenet-support] Re: Virtual Memory Minimum Too Low

2005-03-11 Thread Level 13
Well, the machine is running:
-Freenet
-TorrentStorm
-eMule
-Kiwi SyslogD
-Filezilla FTP server
-VNC server
-and a few other user applications (command prompt, Firefox, Zone Alarm etc.)
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[freenet-support] Virtual Memory Minimum Too Low

2005-03-10 Thread Level 13
I started my freenet node again yesterday, and today I got the pop-up
message (also in event log):

***
Event Type: Information
Event Source:   Application Popup
Event Category: None
Event ID:   26
Date:   2005-03-10
Time:   09:28:15
Description:
Application popup: Windows - Virtual Memory Minimum Too Low : Your
system is low on virtual memory. Windows is increasing the size of
your virtual memory paging file.  During this process, memory requests
for some applications may be denied. For more information, see Help.
***

I have 512 MB in the machine, and the swap file settings are set to
default, dynamic 768-1536 MB. How can I avoid this, would adding extra
RAM improve the situation (I'm guessing not, since Windows will only
make larger swap then)?
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RE: [freenet-support] Shut down until I clear some things up

2005-03-09 Thread Level 13
Thanks for all the info, I suppose the maximum number of connections
should do the trick. I'll try the settings you recommend, and let you
know.
As per Freenet messing with P2P apps -- is there any way that it might
somehow want to use ports such as 4662, 6881, etc., in a few days,
thus preventing i.e. eMule using port 4662?
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[freenet-support] How to access freesites within LAN

2005-03-09 Thread Level 13
Let's say there are two computers in the local area network:
Computer_A and Computer_B. Computer_B is a freenet node. What
precisely do I have to change if I want to access freesites on
Computer_A as well? Is it only adding A's IP/hostname to config file:

fcpHosts=127.0.0.1,localhost,Computer_A

or something else? I tried the above example, but it only resulted in
slow loading of freenet's web interface on Computer_B (which I
couldn't really explain).
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RE: [freenet-support] How to access freesites within LAN

2005-03-09 Thread Level 13
Thanks! Works great now. :)
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[freenet-support] Shut down until I clear some things up

2005-03-08 Thread Level 13
I shut down my freenet node today after a little less than a week of
its running. The main reasons are low speed and resource hog-geness.
I read the other day that after at least two days, the speed of
freenet gets to normal. However, after almost one week the speed was
still pretty low on my end (on a 2M/512k broadband connection), with
quite a few DNF and such, which rendered the whole thing virtually
non-useful. I did not change any of the default settings, though.
Also, it seems like the freenet was messing my emule  torrent
connections which started behaving strangely (low ids on emule out of
the blue, plus extremely low DL's on both emule and torrent). But the
listening port of my freenet node was nowhere near the emule's and
torrent's ports.
As for the resource hog part, I guess I have to get some extra RAM (I
have 512 MB now), java isn't really my big friend when it comes to
this. ;)

I could use some advice on how to remedy the situation with slowness
and peaceful co-existence with p2p applications as mentioned before.

Just one last thing... the anonymity part isn't really working here. I
mean, one can still see the IP's and possibly resolved node names in
the connection list (or, if/when they're blocked, in firewall's log).
So if someone declares freenet illegal, the IP's are still there to
see...
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