[freenet-support] Question

2016-12-20 Thread Kevin S.
Hello,

Im interested in using Freenet, but I have 2 questions.

"Users contribute to the network by giving bandwidth and a portion of their
hard drive (called the "data store") for storing files. Files are
automatically kept or deleted depending on how popular they are"

Can you elaborate on this? Does that mean someone can store whatever they
want on my HDD? How do I know its not something illegal?

Also, when using freenet, how do I know others cant see my real IP? Can you
describe?

Thank you
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[freenet-support] annoying problem

2010-03-27 Thread Peter S
I have a weird and really annoying problem that goes as follows:
I had .7 installed when the folder got deleted by accident. I then installed
a new as darknet-- and all worked just fine, though two freenet
entries now existed in the service listing (WinXP)
Then a week or two ago it suddenly wouldn't connect.
I then properly un-installed and went for a new install but then it wouldn't
play along, saying freenet is already installed.
The faulty listing got removed with sc delete, yet the installer still
complains.
to continue, you must first uinstall your current version using the
previously created uninstaller .. well, that doesn't exist anymore ~ folder
deleted. Nothing Freenet exists anymore, so what the funk is it complaining
about?
How on earth am I to get Freenet back up and running?
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[freenet-support] quick question

2008-06-08 Thread Peter S
Sure did. Works as I reckoned, but it then also means that the 'safe peers'
part of it is slightly impaired, as you HAVE to do node-ref exchanges to the
'inside', with people you've probably only talked briefly with, to get the
full Freenet working. And I guess the 'auto-update' feature only works
through there.

2008/6/8 freenetwork at web.de :

> If these ten nodes are only interconnected with themselves they -of
> course- have no access to the larger network and therefore form a small
> private, albeit darknet, network.
> If one of the nodes is connected to the "global" darknet, then the ten
> nodes have access to the global darknet but routing might be impaired as
> the other nine nodes will not connect to the darknet.
>
> Opennet is a completely different story as nodes are seeded by seednodes
> (therefore private networks are possible if the nodes don't access the
> seednodes, but by default opennet nodes ask seednodes).
> Also opennet nodes do swap informations about their peers, so nodes
> without knowledge of other nodes might come across new noderefs and
> connect to previously unknown nodes to enhance connectivity.
>
> Hope this helped
>
>
> Peter S wrote:
> > Just a simple question; 10 peers, none using opennet, and all
> > interconnected with each node having the other 9 in their trusted
> > peers list .. will they be able to access the 'actual freenet', or is
> > this just a small private and closed circle, with only the content
> > they publish inside that circle available?
> > If 10 peers in a closed loop as described /can/ access the freenet, I
> > just don't understand HOW that's possible without talking to other
> > nodes in an opennet fashion and somewhat compromising the closed loop.
> > 
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[freenet-support] quick question

2008-06-08 Thread Peter S
Just a simple question; 10 peers, none using opennet, and all interconnected
with each node having the other 9 in their trusted peers list .. will they
be able to access the 'actual freenet', or is this just a small private and
closed circle, with only the content they publish inside that circle
available?
If 10 peers in a closed loop as described *can* access the freenet, I just
don't understand HOW that's possible without talking to other nodes in an
opennet fashion and somewhat compromising the closed loop.
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[freenet-support] quick question

2008-06-08 Thread Peter S
Just a simple question; 10 peers, none using opennet, and all interconnected
with each node having the other 9 in their trusted peers list .. will they
be able to access the 'actual freenet', or is this just a small private and
closed circle, with only the content they publish inside that circle
available?
If 10 peers in a closed loop as described *can* access the freenet, I just
don't understand HOW that's possible without talking to other nodes in an
opennet fashion and somewhat compromising the closed loop.
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Re: [freenet-support] quick question

2008-06-08 Thread Peter S
Sure did. Works as I reckoned, but it then also means that the 'safe peers'
part of it is slightly impaired, as you HAVE to do node-ref exchanges to the
'inside', with people you've probably only talked briefly with, to get the
full Freenet working. And I guess the 'auto-update' feature only works
through there.

2008/6/8 [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED]:

 If these ten nodes are only interconnected with themselves they -of
 course- have no access to the larger network and therefore form a small
 private, albeit darknet, network.
 If one of the nodes is connected to the global darknet, then the ten
 nodes have access to the global darknet but routing might be impaired as
 the other nine nodes will not connect to the darknet.

 Opennet is a completely different story as nodes are seeded by seednodes
 (therefore private networks are possible if the nodes don't access the
 seednodes, but by default opennet nodes ask seednodes).
 Also opennet nodes do swap informations about their peers, so nodes
 without knowledge of other nodes might come across new noderefs and
 connect to previously unknown nodes to enhance connectivity.

 Hope this helped


 Peter S wrote:
  Just a simple question; 10 peers, none using opennet, and all
  interconnected with each node having the other 9 in their trusted
  peers list .. will they be able to access the 'actual freenet', or is
  this just a small private and closed circle, with only the content
  they publish inside that circle available?
  If 10 peers in a closed loop as described /can/ access the freenet, I
  just don't understand HOW that's possible without talking to other
  nodes in an opennet fashion and somewhat compromising the closed loop.
  
 
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[freenet-support] secure noderef exchange

2008-05-25 Thread Peter S
There's a couple of guides around on how to exchange noderef's securely, but
IMHO they all seem a bit circumstantial (or involve a third-part to hand you
digital ID's) .. so I was thinking; A and B are friends from the east- and
west-end of the country, so physical exchange via. USB stick or the likes is
not an option.
What they then do is start up their node in open mode, create a freemail, IM
each other thier freemail adresses .. "friendA at twofriends"(.freemail is
obvious and so left out of thier IM to disguise what it actually is) or A
gives B, and B can then reply to A's mail and thereby exchange their node
ref's through freemail.
Is this a feasible method, and equally secure as the more circumstantial
methods of exchanging ref's?
At one point I was left with the impression, that you can only freemail
someone with whom you have made a ref-exchange ... but this can't be he
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[freenet-support] secure noderef exchange

2008-05-25 Thread Peter S
There's a couple of guides around on how to exchange noderef's securely, but
IMHO they all seem a bit circumstantial (or involve a third-part to hand you
digital ID's) .. so I was thinking; A and B are friends from the east- and
west-end of the country, so physical exchange via. USB stick or the likes is
not an option.
What they then do is start up their node in open mode, create a freemail, IM
each other thier freemail adresses .. [EMAIL PROTECTED](.freemail is
obvious and so left out of thier IM to disguise what it actually is) or A
gives B, and B can then reply to A's mail and thereby exchange their node
ref's through freemail.
Is this a feasible method, and equally secure as the more circumstantial
methods of exchanging ref's?
At one point I was left with the impression, that you can only freemail
someone with whom you have made a ref-exchange ... but this can't be he
case!?
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[freenet-support] Disk Thrashing issues

2005-09-27 Thread S
On Mon, 26 Sep 2005 17:22:16 + (UTC)
Squished Squirrel  wrote:

> I've decided to dedicate an old PC as a freenet node, and I'd like to get it 
> optimized the best I can, given its resources.
> 
> It is a Celeron 400 with 640MB RAM running XP. The problem I see is a lot of 
> disk access. About every second, the drive thrashes. I've read the posts on 
> upping the VM to 192..256..512 or so using -Xmx or by changing the JavaMem 
> line 
> in flaunch.ini, and it doesn't really make any difference. 

I would venture to say that increasing VM is more likely to increase
disk access, not decrease it. -Xmx does seem to be what you want,
though; it will set a ceiling on the amount of RAM that Java will
allocate.

Try disabling Virtual Memory in Windows altogether, and see if that
helps any with the disk thrashing. You should be able to run Windows
plus Freenet reasonably well in 640 megs, especially if you kill off any
tray utilities and unnecessary services. Check the task manager to see
how much RAM Windows wants for itself, then use -Xmx (or FLaunch.ini) to
give Java most of whatever's left.

s



Re: [freenet-support] Disk Thrashing issues

2005-09-27 Thread S
On Mon, 26 Sep 2005 17:22:16 + (UTC)
Squished Squirrel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I've decided to dedicate an old PC as a freenet node, and I'd like to get it 
 optimized the best I can, given its resources.
 
 It is a Celeron 400 with 640MB RAM running XP. The problem I see is a lot of 
 disk access. About every second, the drive thrashes. I've read the posts on 
 upping the VM to 192..256..512 or so using -Xmx or by changing the JavaMem 
 line 
 in flaunch.ini, and it doesn't really make any difference. 

I would venture to say that increasing VM is more likely to increase
disk access, not decrease it. -Xmx does seem to be what you want,
though; it will set a ceiling on the amount of RAM that Java will
allocate.

Try disabling Virtual Memory in Windows altogether, and see if that
helps any with the disk thrashing. You should be able to run Windows
plus Freenet reasonably well in 640 megs, especially if you kill off any
tray utilities and unnecessary services. Check the task manager to see
how much RAM Windows wants for itself, then use -Xmx (or FLaunch.ini) to
give Java most of whatever's left.

s
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[freenet-support] Segfaults in freenet.node.ds.FSDataStoreElement$KeyInputStreamImpl.close()

2005-08-28 Thread S
Over the past day or so, I've been getting a lot of crashes that I
haven't seen before. They all have one error in common:

# An unexpected error has been detected by HotSpot Virtual Machine:
#
#  SIGSEGV (0xb) at pc=0x2a45607a, pid=43265, tid=3076
#
# Java VM: Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (1.4.2_09-b05 mixed mode)
# Problematic frame:
# j  freenet.node.ds.FSDataStoreElement$KeyInputStreamImpl.close()V+14

It's always freenet.node.ds.FSDataStoreElement$KeyInputStreamImpl.close() that 
triggers the
segfault. As I said, I've not seen these crashes before today, and all
of a sudden they're killing my node left and right. It strikes me as odd
that I've been running a node for nearly two years without encountering
this error, and over the course of a day it's taken my node out again
and again and again.

What is this error telling me? Should I delete my datastore and start fresh?
Is this a disk I/O error?

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Re: [freenet-support] Requests are extremely slow to get any response. What gives?

2005-06-14 Thread S
On Mon, 13 Jun 2005 21:54:44 +
Baldur Gislason [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Why does it take forever for freenet to answer HTTP requests? Once it answers 
 them the throughput is nothing
 to complain about, just eventually when it answers them. What can cause this?
 I'm running on FreeBSD 4.10 with Sun Java 1.4.2

I'm also running FreeBSD 4.10 with j2re1.4.2_05 under Linux
compatibility. I run into a similar bottleneck from time to time. One
thing that might help you is to tweak your browser settings such that
your browser will fetch more items from fproxy (and other hosts) at once.
This helps sometimes but not always.

If you use Firefox, go to about:config and paste this into the filter:

network.http.max

Several settings will show up for this filter. The defaults are fairly
low. If you have a broadband connection, I would suggest these settings:

network.http.max-connections : 50
network.http.max-connections-per-server : 25
network.http.max-persistent-connections-per-server : 10

If you use IE, there is a similar tweak, but it involves the registry
and I don't remember the values. As you're writing with mutt, I imagine
it's not worth the effort to go looking .. :)

Even with my Firefox tuned to the above settings, I still run into
situations where fproxy simply stops responding, even if there are only
1 or 2 active requests, well under the browser limit. I imagine that
fproxy is allocated a small number of threads out of the maximum
available, but I'm not positive.

I hope the browser settings help you,

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Re: [freenet-support] tcp only?

2005-04-15 Thread S
On Fri, 15 Apr 2005 14:07:35 -0700
Maps Baps [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 L.S.,
 
 Is it sufficient to allow incoming tcp on the port mentioned in the
 config file for a node to become fully operational?

This should be sufficient, unless you're using NAT or you're behind a
hardware router that doesn't automatically forward traffic. In these
cases you'd need to set up the appropriate port forwarding rules.

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Re: [freenet-support] Either the lists are really dead today or...

2005-01-14 Thread S
On Fri, 14 Jan 2005 00:05:52 -0600
Conrad J. Sabatier [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Is anyone else having problems with the lists?

Here is what showed up on my end for devel only, local January 13th:

mysql SELECT senders.sender, subjects.subject FROM messages INNER JOIN senders 
ON messages.sender = senders.id INNER JOIN subjects ON messages.subject = 
subjects.id WHERE (date = 1105596000 AND date = 1105682399);
+--+--+
| sender   | subject
  |
+--+--+
| Constantine Dokolas cdokolas:sunsoftgr.com | Re: [freenet-dev] Re:
Freenet 0.7|
| Toad toad:amphibian.dyndns.org | Re: [freenet-dev] Re:
Freenet 0.7|
| Toad toad:amphibian.dyndns.org | Re: [freenet-dev] Re:
Freenet 0.7|
| Robert roberts83:gmail.com | [freenet-dev] bug
report |
| \Conrad J. Sabatier\ conrads:cox.net | [freenet-dev] CVS privs?
|
| conrads:cox.net (Conrad J. Sabatier) | [freenet-dev] Re:
ANNOUNCE: DFI (Dolphin\'s Freenet Index) is|
| \Conrad J. Sabatier\ conrads:cox.net | [freenet-dev] Another
performance-enahancing command line option |
| \Conrad J. Sabatier\ conrads:cox.net | Re: [freenet-dev]
Another performance-enahancing command line|
+--+--+
8 rows in set (0.09 sec)

There were some posts from tech and support also. I don't put those into
a database, though, and I really don't feel like grokking date headers
to see which ones truly showed up during the 24 hours that I call
yesterday.. :)

FWIW, up until the discussion about 0.7, the lists haven't been nearly
as active over the past few months as they were when you left. Welcome
back, by the way!

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Re: [freenet-support] Is it always this slow?

2004-12-04 Thread S
Can't we all just get along?

Newsbyte maintains the freenethelp.org site, right? Isn't that enough of
a contribution to render his opinions (however blunt they may be)
welcome? For that matter, shouldn't opinions be welcome regardless of
contribution?

These questions are not directed at anyone in particular, but skimming
the influx of responses to this thread, I'm seeing things like I've
never seen you contribute anything etc. being hurled back and forth. The
messages I've seen on this list over the past couple of days make me
wonder if I'm subscribed to highschool-L.

Give it a fucking rest, already, and let's get back to making Freenet
better.

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Re: [freenet-support] and another thing

2004-11-26 Thread S
On Thu, 25 Nov 2004 22:57:09 +
Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 So he should link to the project page, first and foremost. That's called
 doing your research. 

FYI, a Google search for Freenet returns freenet.sourceforge.net as the
3rd result. freenetproject.org is somewhere on the 8th page of results (assuming
the default 10 results per page).

Not saying that a Google search is journalistic due diligence, but for a
hell of a lot of people, it's how they find stuff.

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Re: [freenet-support] Open Gateway Problem

2004-11-22 Thread S
On Mon, 22 Nov 2004 00:46:50 -0700
Keith Russell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Also, www.freenethelp.org didn't work for me. Does anyone know if 
 the site is out of service, or just temporarily down?

It's most likely temporary. It just took me a couple of tries to get
through to it, via web or traceroute, but it did come up. The person who
maintains that site is an active participant on these lists.

 Anyway, I just discovered Freenet and downloaded and installed 
 the client. When I right click on the icon is the tray and choose 
 Open Gateway, my browser opens but I get a Connection refused 
 error.
 
 Can anyone give me any ideas on what to look for in resolving 
 this problem?

Your best bet is probably the freenet.log file generated in the
directory where you installed Freenet. Most of the entries won't make a
lot of sense to a new user, and if your log is over a couple of megs, I
wuold suggest shutting down Freenet, deleting freenet.log, then starting
up Freenet again. If it continues to hang up, send the last few entries
out of the log to this list.

Another possibility, is there an application on the local machine which
uses port ? That's the port that Freenet's web interface uses by
default, so if you have something else (such as a web proxy) running
locally on that port, it would cause some problems.

And finally what version of Java are you using? Some JREs run Freenet
perfectly while others seem to have problems.

All in all, don't be discouraged that it isn't working yet! It can take
some tweaks to get Freenet running properly.

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Re: [freenet-support] FreeBSD machine as a Freenet node?

2004-09-18 Thread S
On Tue, 14 Sep 2004 10:31:32 -0600
Yanyan Wang [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I have a FreeBSD machine. Can I run a Freenet node on it? I had ever tried
 before, but it always failed because of some java class errors.
 
 I haven't work with Freenet for some time. I don't know if Freenet has been
 improved now so that it could run on FreeBSD machine correctly now? Thanks!

Yes, it's indeed possible and Freenet runs quite well for me with
FreeBSD 4.9. The easiest way to get Freenet running on FreeBSD is to
enable Linux emulation and use the Linux binary Java distribution. You
can do this even if you have a native FreeBSD-compiled Java installed.

To enable Linux emulation, add this line to /etc/rc.conf :

linux_enable=YES

Download Java this way:

fetch http://java.sun.com/webapps/download/AutoDL?BundleId=9718;
mv AutoDL\?BundleId\=9718 j2re1.4.2_05.bin
chmod 755 j2re1.4.2_05.bin
./j2re1.4.2_05.bin

The installer will do its thing, creating a j2re1.4.2_05 directory
wherever it was executed. Move this directory around if you want to, I
put mine at /usr/local/java/j2re1.4.2_05.

If you have a native Java and do not want to overwrite any existing
symlinks, open start-freenet.sh and replace all of the java calls so
that they reflect the path where you installed the Linux Java, e.g. 
/usr/local/java/j2re1.4.2_05/bin/java.

If you did not already have Java installed, you can symlink the Java
binary from wherever you installed it into /usr/bin, /usr/sbin, or
somewhere else that's in your $PATH. Plus, now you have Java... :)

Good luck

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Re: [freenet-support] (no subject)

2004-08-14 Thread S
On Sat, 14 Aug 2004 04:06:39 -0700 (PDT)
David Levy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

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Re: [freenet-support] Freenet on FreeBSD

2004-08-13 Thread S
On Wed, 11 Aug 2004 15:48:37 -0400
Paul [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

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

Fuck that noise. If you can support Linux binary compatibility (try
linux_enable=YES in /etc/rc.conf), you can use the Linux binary
version of Java instead of jumping through hoops to compile a native
recent version on FreeBSD.

# fetch http://java.sun.com/webapps/download/AutoDL?BundleId=9719;
# mv AutoDL\?BundleId\=9719 j2re1.4.2_05
# chmod 755 j2re1.4.2_05
# ./j2re1.4.2_05

[press Enter a lot, then agree to the license]

Finally, edit your start-freenet.sh to point to the copy of Java that
you installed.

This is how I run Freenet under FreeBSD ... with the Linux distribution.
It's a shame that Dolphin is no longer participating here, he was a
FreeBSD user who had managed to compile his own local native copy of
Java. I could never get it to work, so I went with emulating the Linux
version.

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

2004-08-10 Thread S
On Tue, 10 Aug 2004 10:31:01 +0300
Markus [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Ouch, typo in Fuqids configuration (wrong port). Now it doesn't say that
 node is overloaded or down, but I still can't get it to download anything
 through stunnel, logs say Fatal error in download thread: EFCPError: recv
 failed: 10054.

10054 is the Winsock error code for Connection Reset, which is likely
indicative of a bad setup on the remote side. As Mika mentioned, first
ensure that the remote node is allowing your IP address to connect to
whichever service you're looking for - mainport or FCP. (For FUQID, it's
FCP, and note that you lose anonymity making FCP requests to a node you
aren't operating locally.) These are set via freenet.conf options on the
server running the node.

If everything checks out, FUQID isn't properly connecting to the remote
node. My guess would be either that stunnel is not properly setup, or
your remote node is so overloaded that it cannot accept your connection.
First off, make sure that your FUQID is set up to use the remote node's
IP address, or your local SSH tunnel to that remote IP. FUQID defaults
to localhost on the default FCP port (8481).

I am familiar with stunnel, I use it to initiate secured IRC sessions, but
I haven't used it in conjunction with Freenet. What is the stunnel
command you're using on each end? Feel free to XX.XX.XX.XX out IP
addresses. Maybe I or someone else familiar with stunnel can help.

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Re: [freenet-support] FYI: Build 5087 Error message

2004-07-29 Thread S A
This *-ext worked, library was found.

5088 is more stable than 5087, but the I/F is still timing out and the CPU still 
pegged.

But certainly an improvement in routing response... :)


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Please try the new freenet-ext.jar. I have arranged to link
libgcc_s.so.1 statically in libjcpuid. At least I think I have...

On Tue, Jul 27, 2004 at 06:25:23PM -0700, S A wrote:
 Linux, 2.4.18 kernel, i686
 
 Process is niced, CPU bound using 100%. Web interface slooow to non-functional.
 
 --
 
 tail freenetERROR: The resource freenet/support/CPUInfo
 mation/libjcpuid-x86-linux.so was not a valid library for this platform
 java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: /tmp/jcpuid15030lib.tmp: libgcc_s.so.1: cannot
 pen shared object file: No such file or directory
 at java.lang.ClassLoader$NativeLibrary.load(Native Method)
 at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadLibrary0(ClassLoader.java:1560)
 at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadLibrary(ClassLoader.java:1456)
 at java.lang.Runtime.load0(Runtime.java:737)
 at java.lang.System.load(System.java:811)
 at freenet.support.CPUInformation.CPUID.loadFromResource(CPUID.java:460
 
 at freenet.support.CPUInformation.CPUID.loadNative(CPUID.java:392)
 at freenet.support.CPUInformation.CPUID.clinit(CPUID.java:32)
 at net.i2p.util.NativeBigInteger.resolveCPUType(NativeBigInteger.java:1
 2)
 at net.i2p.util.NativeBigInteger.clinit(NativeBigInteger.java:113)
 at freenet.crypt.Util.clinit(Util.java:89)
 at freenet.crypt.Yarrow.accumulator_init(Yarrow.java:268)
 
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[freenet-support] FYI: Build 5087 Error message

2004-07-28 Thread S A
Linux, 2.4.18 kernel, i686

Process is niced, CPU bound using 100%. Web interface slooow to non-functional.

--

tail freenetERROR: The resource freenet/support/CPUInfo
mation/libjcpuid-x86-linux.so was not a valid library for this platform
java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: /tmp/jcpuid15030lib.tmp: libgcc_s.so.1: cannot
pen shared object file: No such file or directory
at java.lang.ClassLoader$NativeLibrary.load(Native Method)
at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadLibrary0(ClassLoader.java:1560)
at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadLibrary(ClassLoader.java:1456)
at java.lang.Runtime.load0(Runtime.java:737)
at java.lang.System.load(System.java:811)
at freenet.support.CPUInformation.CPUID.loadFromResource(CPUID.java:460

at freenet.support.CPUInformation.CPUID.loadNative(CPUID.java:392)
at freenet.support.CPUInformation.CPUID.clinit(CPUID.java:32)
at net.i2p.util.NativeBigInteger.resolveCPUType(NativeBigInteger.java:1
2)
at net.i2p.util.NativeBigInteger.clinit(NativeBigInteger.java:113)
at freenet.crypt.Util.clinit(Util.java:89)
at freenet.crypt.Yarrow.accumulator_init(Yarrow.java:268)

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Re: [freenet-support] In need of opinions and ideas

2004-07-21 Thread S
On Thu, 22 Jul 2004 02:06:51 +0200
Zenon Panoussis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I would really appreciate your thoughts on these issues, especially
 pointers to aspects I've missed.

I don't really agree with the idea that such a pr0xy would bring
exposure or users to Freenet. Joe Surfer, upon finding your gatewayed
content in Google, is going to click through, access the content, and
move on, not realizing that he's ventured beyond the confines of the
normal web. Useful to Joe Surfer, not to Freenet. Or worse, he clicks
through and gets some confusing message about Route Not Found that
makes absolutely no sense to him. No help to Freenet or to Joe Surfer.

Network resources are another issue. If suddenly there are thousands of
web users trying to reach Freenet content through a gateway, that's
thousands more requests flooding into the network, thousands of
leeching users, who aren't giving any resources back to Freenet. This
symptom would likely be limited to some extent by your node's own
ability to handle requests. A caching pr0xy would resolve the potential
for network burden, but then you've got to deal with expiring cached DBR
sites, the legal issues of caching the plaintext content, ...

People have run public nodes before, but Google never indexed them
beyond the main Web Interface page, so their audience consisted of
people who a) were already Freenet users and b) knew exactly what to
search for in Google to find a public node. They also don't have a
tendency to be very reliable. Bringing Freenet to the entire web would,
I imagine, have its own unique set of issues.

Don't let me sway you one way or another on the idea, it sounds like an
interesting project and would certainly be a challenge. If you get it up
and running, it would be neat to see the pr0xy's stats, e.g. which
countries are sending traffic, which Freesites are viewed most often,
etc.

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Re: [freenet-support] How to give out node reference?

2004-07-11 Thread S
On Sun, 11 Jul 2004 15:35:16 +0100
Weiliang Zhang [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I want to run a few nodes on my local machine and let them communication 
 within the circle. The problem is how do I generated seednodes.ref files 
 for these nodes?

You can get a list of all nodes in your routing table with at least one
successful connection, at:

http://127.0.0.1:/servlet/nodestatus/noderefs.txt?minCP=0.0minConnections=1

The output of this page can be saved as seednodes.ref to seed your other
nodes.

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[freenet-support] Heartbeat Message

2004-07-10 Thread S
This is a test to see whether or not the mailing lists are working
properly.
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Re: [freenet-support] local host

2004-06-23 Thread S
On Wed, 23 Jun 2004 08:11:08 -0500
Robert Greenage [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Mozilla, Firefox, Netscape and  Internet Explorer. I also tried Windows
 Media Player as an experiment and it happened with that program also. I
 never allow MP  to connect to the internet...I only use it when I am not
 online. I use Zone alarm as a software firewall and I allow it to show
 blocked sites every so often as a  check to see what is trying to access
 my pc. This time I kept getting the destination ip 127.0.0.1: port  
 application: firefox.exe for example.

I'm thinking of two scenarios here,

a) port  is always 53... Somehow your network settings are
configured to try localhost as the primary nameserver, triggering the
ZoneAlarm alerts and failing the connection since no nameserver is
running. Annoying but harmless, all you'd need to do is fix the DNS
setting in network properties.

b) port  is something else... There are several malware programs
which essentially hijack the Windows TCP stack in order to send all your
requests through an advertising server. AdAware or Spybot SD would find
any programs that might be trying to do something sneaky in this manner.

Are you able to actually use any of your internet applications, or do
they fail to connect at all after the ZoneAlarm warning?

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Re: [freenet-support] mac help

2004-04-27 Thread S
On Tue, 27 Apr 2004 11:05:40 -0700
Keith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Can I run Freenet on Mac OSX?
 If so, how do I go about doing it?
 Thanks.

Yes. These instructions assume that you already have a JRE. I don't
recall ever manually downloading one, so I guess Sun's 1.4.1_01-24 must
have come with Panther.

First, you'll need to obtain the latest build of whichever branch
(stable or unstable) you prefer. The latest build distributions will
always be located at:

http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/freenet-MMDD.tgz
http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/freenet-unstable-MMDD.tgz

For example:

http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/freenet-20040428.tgz
http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/freenet-unstable-20040428.tgz

Download whichever you prefer, then `gunzip` and `tar xfv` the file. If
you download using Safari, it will automatically decompress with Stuffit
Expander.

Open a terminal session and cd to the Freenet directory, e.g. `cd
~/Desktop/freenet` and run `./start-freenet.sh`. Reply to the
configuration options and a fairly default freenet.conf file will be
generated. The script then starts Freenet itself. 

If you need to set some configuration options that the preconfig script
doesn't ask for, you'll want to run `./stop-freenet.sh` now to stop the
node, then modify freenet.conf. TAKE GREAT CARE in what editor you use
to edit freenet.conf! I don't know whether it's a line break problem
with the autogenerated config file, or a problem with OS X's copies of
vi and pico (I suspect the former :) but anytime I edit freenet.conf
from the command line, it gets mangled. Use Apple's TextPad application
to edit the file.

When you are finished editing the config file, run `./start-freenet.sh`
again.

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Re: [freenet-support] mac help

2004-04-27 Thread S
On Wed, 28 Apr 2004 00:07:31 -0500
S [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Use Apple's TextPad application

Sorry, that should be TextEdit. Probably obvious, but I didn't want to
cause a wild goose chase for a program that doesn't exist.

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Re: [freenet-support] update seeds

2004-04-16 Thread S
On Fri, 16 Apr 2004 05:05:24 -0500
Robert Greenage [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I have lost my shortcut to udate my reseed node references. Can someone direct me?

Stable: http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/seednodes.ref

Unstable: http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/unstable.ref (rename to
seednodes.ref)

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Re: [freenet-support] snapshot

2004-04-12 Thread S
On Mon, 12 Apr 2004 11:40:05 +
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I am currently using a transient node. whenever I try to update my 
 snapshot I get an error message stating unable to write to file. also

You need to stop your node before running the update script. If you've
already done this, it's probably a permissions issue. See which user
owns the jar files in your Freenet directory, and run the update script
as that user.

 how do I  contact somebody who uploaded a file im trying to download?

Unfortunately that isn't so easy. If you got the download key from a
freesite, check back at that freesite and see if the author put any
contact info there. If you got the key from Frost, post a reply to the
board where you found the key. Otherwise you're probably out of luck;
not being able to tell who inserted a file (unless they want you to know) is
a feature of Freenet.

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Re: [freenet-support] encrypted files

2004-04-12 Thread S
On Mon, 12 Apr 2004 11:07:57 +
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I just downloaded using fuquid 1.2 and I am unable to open
 it using divix or any of my other applications. any suggestions?

FUQID will decrypt the file once it finishes downloading, so encryption
should not be the problem. If you're running Windows, try gspot to
determine what codecs are required for the file you downloaded:

http://www.headbands.com/gspot/

Alternately the file may simply be corrupt. If FUQID said something
about a bad checksum when it verified the file, this is likely the case.
I've had success re-downloading a file that was corrupted on the first
try, if you give this a shot, make sure to tick the Delete key from
local store before downloading option in FUQID's settings.

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Re: [freenet-support] long running node

2004-04-03 Thread S
On Fri, 2 Apr 2004 17:33:41 -0800
Steven [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 contrary to everything in freenet's documentation, I have better luck 
 retrieving with a freshly started/reseeded node than one that has been 
 running for a while. [...]  
 
 Has anyone else had a similar experience?

Not after reseeding, but on the stable network, definitely after
restarting. A download that's been stuck for hours in FUQID will often
complete within a few minutes just after restarting the node. My guess
is that this is related to the failure table, and that restarting the
node clears the FT and lets the requests pass, where they subsequently
succeed.

Back when I was doing a DBR freesite, I'd restart the node before trying
to insert, it wouldn't complete otherwise. There does seem to be
something about a restart, after allowing some time to get a good number
of connections, that's better than a tired node.

On unstable, it doesn't seem to make a difference lately whether the
node has been up for 18 hours or whether it was just started, everything
is very smooth. 

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Re: [freenet-support] network usage on start

2004-03-27 Thread S
On Sat, 27 Mar 2004 14:13:09 -0500
Nick Tarleton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I know. Perhaps I should clarify: it begins to download as soon as I run 
 start-freenet.sh, and keeps going for a while, even before I access 
 fproxy/run any clients. This is something of a problem, as I use dial-up. 
 I've heard of prefetching the start-page links; if this is it, can it be 
 turned off? I see no related option in freenet.conf.

When you start Freenet, it immediately tries to connect to as many nodes
as possible, from the pool of nodes that it knows about. If what you're
seeing is a bandwidth spike that goes away after a couple of minutes,
it's probably connections being opened. I imagine that handshaking with
50+ nodes could use up all of your bandwidth for awhile.

It could certainly be something else, though. Check out the Environment
page from the web interface, go to Pooled Thread Consumers and you can
see what the threads are doing. (Caveat: by loading the main web
interface page, you're initiating requests for the activelink images of
the index pages. To avoid this, bookmark the Environment page and go
straight there as soon as the node starts.)

With the default settings, Freenet will pretty much saturate a dialup
link when you're actively using it, and it will eat bandwidth even when
you aren't using it. If you haven't done so already, you might want to
tweak the input and output bytes values in the config file.

Another suggestion is to make sure that the line

transient=true

is present in the config file, with no % in front of it. Transient nodes
do not have any requests routed to them, which cuts down on bandwidth
usage. As I understand it, there is an anonymity tradeoff here if
someone is monitoring your requests and knows that your node is
transient (your node isn't routing other peoples' requests, so all
requests leaving your node are your own).

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Re: [freenet-support] seednodes.ref abnormally large?

2004-03-21 Thread S
1MB doesn't sound unusual. 905 distinct nodes in 1MB's worth of space
does sound unusual. What's the date on your seednodes.ref? Maybe it's
using the classic routing scheme, with no estimators. Maybe you're
counting the entries incorrectly?

I just checked the 1.9MB seednodes.ref in snapshots,

$ lynx --dump http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/seednodes.ref | grep physical.tcp 
| wc -l
130

And my local node references file (2MB),

$ lynx --dump http://stable.frnt.net/noderefs.txt | grep physical.tcp | wc -l
129

So ~2 megs, ~130 nodes, not necessarily distinct. That seems about
average as of late. 905 refs in 1MB does sound weird. 

Unless you're having connection problems, I'd ignore it. If you are
having connection problems, shut down your node, delete the lsnodes_a,
lsnodes_b, ngrt_global_a, ngrt_global_b, rtnodes_a, rtnodes_b, rtprops_a,
and rtprops_b files from your Freenet directory, download the latest
seednodes.ref from http://freenetproject.org/snapshots, and restart your
node.

-s

On Sun, 21 Mar 2004 09:52:27 +
Michal Charemza [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Hi,
 
 My seednodes.ref is nearly 1mb in size, with (I worked out) 905 entries 
 in it. I've downloaded a couple from freenet, and they're both a lot 
 smaller, with about 50 entries. The one from Reskill has 49 entries. Is 
 the size of my seednodes.ref normal? I'm using build 5076.
 
 Thanks,
 
 Michal.
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Re: [freenet-support] doctype and other html tags through fproxy

2004-03-16 Thread S
On Tue, 16 Mar 2004 19:40:17 -0500
Paul Derbyshire [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 So freesites can't have images? Or can, if the image URLs point back 
 to fproxy rather than a regular web server?

Right. The best way to place an image on a freesite is:

IMG SRC=/[EMAIL PROTECTED]

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Re: Windows maintainer needed was Re: [freenet-support] ditto on what bsaid!

2004-03-13 Thread S
On Sat, 13 Mar 2004 17:08:24 +
Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 So what can we do about this? We can certainly detect config files that
 have been generated by old versions of the config tool, as it labels
 them...

While ideas are being tossed around for the Windows installer and/or
configurator, which if either of them generates the default.ini and
freenet.ini files that appear during installation? In Notepad, they look
like this:

http://kgb.thekremlin.net/freenet-ini.png

Deleting the unsightly (no offense) block of comments at the top is
normally the first thing I do after installing a fresh Freenet. That
includes the automatically generated .. at .. label.

For what it's worth, I have not noticed any problems with the Windows
configurator hardcoding or uncommenting any variables.

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[freenet-support] freenethelp.org domain

2004-02-18 Thread S
Hi all,

Last July I registered the domain freenethelp.org with the intent of
creating a web-based support site for Freenet. My goal was to provide
tutorials for installing Freenet on various platforms, to answer FAQs,
etc. as well as offer a message board. 

The idea was that finding help about Freenet _on_ Freenet is slow and
cumbersome for a newbie, and documentation about Freenet on the official
site is rather sparse. I decided that a normal non-anonymous web
resource might be able to give new users a head start.

Alas, more than six months later, I have yet to find the time to pursue
this in any meaningful way. I am willing to donate the domain to the
Freenet Project, or to anyone who has the time and resources to fulfill
the goals I had when I registered the domain. 

Anyone who is serious about creating a help site for Freenet, please
contact me on or off list ([EMAIL PROTECTED]). I will give the domain to
The Freenet Project, no questions asked, if Ian or Toad would like to
have it. Otherwise, anyone who's interested is eligible.

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Re: [freenet-support] Stable build 5069

2004-02-14 Thread S
FYI the seednodes.ref in snapshots is not viable for 5069. I tried
reseeding during the upgrade, but it looks like the file only contains
one complete node reference, and it was skipped as bad by 5069.

-s

On Sun, 15 Feb 2004 01:08:54 +
Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Freenet stable build 5069 is now available. The snapshots will have been
 updated sometime in the next few minutes; if you don't get 5069, try
 again in an hour's time. If it's still 5068, complain to
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]  You can get it via the update.sh script on
 Linux, BSD, or OS/X, or use the freenet-webinstall.exe utility to update 
 on Windows, or get the jar from 
 http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/freenet-latest.jar . All stable
 branch users should upgrade.
 
 A large number of bugfixes, some of them major, and a number of larger
 changes, are present in this build. Details:
 * Fixed a major bug in stats that was causing us to dramatically 
   underestimate our used bandwidth resulting in effectively no controls on
   the number of trailers transferring, resulting in too many requests
   accepted, too many parallel transfers, and most of them running really
   slowly and eventually failing.
 * Fixed another major bug that resulted in one request for a reasonably
   available file causing a large number of transfers; certain send
   failure modes were not being handled properly, with the result that we
   continued to receive the file (thus allowing it to propagate through
   the network), but forgetting about it so that when it does complete,
   it does not get committed, and moving on to request the file from
   another node, so we end up transferring many copies, most of which end
   up in the temp dir and never leave it; this bug wasted a lot of
   bandwidth and also disk space.
 * Implemented new rate limiting algorithm. Joint effort by me and ian.
   Should be much better behaved than the old one, involves less
   alchemy. Each node we are connected to is sent a different minimum
   request interval, depending on how many requests it makes, but all
   have a reasonably fair quota, which will increase quickly if needed.
   This data is included on the Open Connections page at max detail.
 * Lots of improvements and bugfixes to the rate limiting system: all FNP
   messages now carry the request interval, and we can read it from
   IdentifyPacketMessage's (although we don't write it yet). The code to
   detect nodes violating the minimum request intervals has been
   significantly improved, and we now have a message so that nodes can
   tell other nodes that they have violated their quota, with some
   debugging info. However this is not necessarily all wrapped up yet.
   When it is, we will implement some enforcement mechanisms such as
   banning nodes which persistently violate the request intervals.
 * Many minor optimizations and fixes.
 * Opera (the browser) users who have read and acted on the warning, i.e.
   configured opera to respect MIME types, can now set
   mainport.params.servlet.1.params.dontWarnOperaUsers=true to get rid of
   the warning page.
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Re: [freenet-support] Stable build 5065

2004-01-28 Thread S
On Tue, 27 Jan 2004 21:02:21 +
Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 The main change here is to reduce the maximum HTL to 10.

Is this enforced by fred, or just the new default? 

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Re: [freenet-support] Way to much RAM! Build 5064

2004-01-28 Thread S
On Wed, 28 Jan 2004 13:33:42 +0100
Maximilian Mehnert [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Freenet is one of the most beautiful ideas I ever hit on.
 But it should be possible to run it on a small pentium machine with no
 more than 100MB of RAM.

I agree 100%. I have a machine dedicated to Freenet. It doesn't do
anything else, period. It's a P3 600mhz with 192 megs of RAM. Both
stable and unstable will max out its CPU most of the time. I suspect
that the core issue is RAM, but I don't know for sure.

I've repeatedly seen old machines like my P3-600 disregarded as
irrelevant, and not worth optimizing for, in terms of the Freenet
network. I hesitate to call this particular box old. I have an IBM
Aptiva, with a whopping Pentium 75, 40 megs of RAM, running FreeBSD,
acting as the gatekeeper for my LAN. It pushes a few gigs worth of data
each day, ipfw filtering included, with a load of 0.01 most of the time,
and doesn't complain! Now that's what I call old, but the damn thing
keeps on rolling.

Yet I continue to devote the P3 to doing nothing but running a Freenet
node, and I will keep doing so for the forseeable future. To me, it's
worth it. There have been some significant improvements over the past
few months, and I don't doubt that the improvements will continue. You
didn't elaborate about how long you'd been away from Freenet, but within
the past 6 months, there have been ups and downs. Recently there have
been several ups, especially multiplexing.

Having 400MB of RAM used by the node's java processes seems out of whack.
In fact that sounds insane. Which threadFactory is your configuration
file set to use? If you set it to use the YThreadFactory, do things
improve?

If you can, please keep running your node!

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Re: [freenet-support] Latest build: 5070 ??

2004-01-22 Thread S
On Sun, 18 Jan 2004 22:08:30 -0500
Paul Derbyshire [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 On 18 Jan 2004 at 5:24, S wrote:
 
  Anyone can change the latest build number by editing Version.java and
  compiling the source on their machine. If you were so inclined, you
  could change your latest build number to  and confuse a whole lot
  of people. Apparently someone has compiled their own copy of Freenet and
  changed their version number to 5070.
 
 Perhaps nodes shouldn't be generating that message based on the 
 reported version numbers of other nodes, 

While this is likely very low on the priority list, it should be sufficient
to implement an I know of a newer build message, and wait
until multiple nodes have told us that they know of multiple instances
of the same newer build. Instead of taking one node's word for it, we'd
wait for corroboration (I know there is no trust, I'm not looking to
bring that up again).

e.g. I connect to Nodes A, B, C, D, ... N, with build 5063.

Node A says I have 5 nodes in my RT labelled as build 5064.

Node B says I have 11 nodes in my RT labelled as build 5064, and 1 node
labelled as build .

Node C says I have 6 nodes in my RT labelled as build 5064.

Node D says nothing because it knows of no nodes running any build
greater than mine, 5063.

Node N says I have 1 node in my RT labelled as build 5064, and 1 node
labelled as build .

At some point, after hearing that X % of the nodes I'm connected to each
have at least Y nodes with build 5064 in their RT, my node decides OK,
5064 probably exists, I'll list it as a newer build on the web
interface. The advertisement of build  is ignored because Y for
 never exceeded 1, X for  is too low, or both.

This scenario prohibits a lone node from fooling everyone else's node
into thinking a newer build has been released. With 5 as an acceptable
value for Y, someone would need to run their bogus-version-number build
on at least 5 different nodes, which is a lot of work just to pull a
prank. I suspect that most of the weird build numbers we've seen are
from people experimenting, not from people trying to undermine the
Latest Build feature.

The downside to using this method is that it would introduce a delay in
the announcement of newer builds to users who only find out about newer
builds through their node's web interface.

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Re: [freenet-support] Re: Freenet haiku errmm

2004-01-21 Thread S
On Tue, 20 Jan 2004 21:58:08 -0600
Conrad J. Sabatier [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 On Tue, Jan 20, 2004 at 11:33:58PM +, Toad wrote:
  What happens when you try to insert? The usual very very very long
  verification times?
 
 Just thought I'd chime in on this subject.  Most recently, I'm finding 
 inserts are working much better. 

Are you using FIW, and if so, have you noticed any improvements since
0.08 came out? 

I have a DBR site which I quit bothering to attempt insertions for late
last year. I picked back up recently, and then found FIW 0.08 on Monday,
but I see no difference. Half an hour or more to successfully insert a
5KB index.html plus the slot (the rest get skipped since they're
unchanged) with HTL 15...

Even at that, the insert doesn't actually complete, I get a status of
Done for inserting the slot and then I quit FIW without waiting for it
to verify the insertion. If I leave it running, it'll sit there forever
on Getting with tons of RouteNFs, though the site is accessible
through my fproxy.

Can't tell whether it's a problem with FIW or with the network, but I
used to be able to insert the whole site in under 5 minutes (thinking
back to September or October). Now it takes half an hour just to insert
the index.html and the slot. Granted I haven't been trying very often,
but it seems like insertion is a real problem lately.

I also have noticed that the number of keys in my datastore isn't
increasing very much anymore. I've been hovering between 39900 and 40100
keys for several days now (when the node dies or I restart, I typically
lose some key count due to whatever was stored in the temporary files).
I last nuked the datastore on November 26, so I've accumulated ~40K keys
in less than two months, bringing my store to about 60% full. Then all
of a sudden the datastore hasn't grown by 200 persistent keys in several
days. 

Seems to me either nobody's inserting anything, or nobody's requesting
anything new, or maybe everyone's inserting and requesting as usual but
the data isn't getting propagated. One thing of interest is that in
Frost, on Monday I got a whole bunch of troll messages (Oprah Winfrey
everywhere) but I haven't seen much since. It's as if nothing's getting
through, or perhaps nobody's posting anything, or perhaps people are
posting but nobody's able to see it, which takes me back to I don't
know what the problem is :)

BTW this experience is all on stable, I know you're inserting from
unstable so I'll have to give it a shot there and see how things turn
out. What HTL are you using to insert?

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Re: [freenet-support] where is the routing table in 5063?

2004-01-21 Thread S
I think he means the big barcode visual of the keyspace. It must be
incompatible with NGR, because it disappeared from stable once before,
back when NGR was first tested.

-s

On Wed, 21 Jan 2004 20:41:51 +
Toad [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 You mean from the web interface?
 http://127.0.0.1:/servlet/nodestatus/nodestatus.html - as it always
 has been.
 
 On Wed, Jan 21, 2004 at 06:13:26PM +0100, Max Moritz Sievers wrote:
  where is the routing table in 5063?
  
  with regards,
  Max Moritz Sievers
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[freenet-support] Number of stable nodes

2004-01-18 Thread S
Has anyone been able to connect to significantly more than 350 distinct
nodes on Stable?

Ever since muxing and its reduced connection overhead made it into
Stable, I've noticed a pattern with my node's connections. It'll peak
somewhere in the range of 350 distinct nodes connected, even though
there are plenty of connection slots open. Here's my current status,

Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit) 417 (379/38/512)
Number of distinct nodes connected 333

I still have almost 100 open connection slots, but they're sitting
around unused. Prior to muxing, all 512 connection slots would fill up
pretty quickly and stay that way, so it's not that the node can't handle
512 connections. With recent builds I'll hit 300 distinct nodes, usually
around 400 connections, within an hour or so of starting the node; then
it stops growing. The current uptime is 6 hours.

At first I thought that maybe it's because my node stays close to 100%
load due to output bandwidth limiting, so maybe I'm rejecting any
attempted new connections. That theory doesn't seem to hold water,
though; I reach and remain at almost 100% load within a couple minutes of
starting up the node. If load was the issue, I'd never make it as far as
350 nodes connected, it would logically be far fewer, and random instead
of the pattern I've been seeing.

Am I correct in guessing that if there were more Stable nodes, or at
least more Stable nodes compatible with the current protocol revision,
I'd be connected to them? Or is there a limiting factor built into fred?
I appreciate that it's not really possible to determine the true number
of nodes, but from my node's perspective, it doesn't seem like there are
more than ~350 at any point in time.

Thanks for any insight!

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Re: [freenet-support] Latest build: 5070 ??

2004-01-18 Thread S
On Sun, 18 Jan 2004 11:59:31 +
Lefebvre Hervé [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Since yesterday, Fred indicates :
 
 Build: 5061 (Latest: 5070)
 
 If I run the update.sh and restart the node, I'm still in 5061 but it doesn't 
 indicates anymore latest : 5070.
 
 After some hours of uptime, it indicates again :
 Build: 5061 (Latest: 5070)
 
 What is the clue ?

Salut,

Anyone can change the latest build number by editing Version.java and
compiling the source on their machine. If you were so inclined, you
could change your latest build number to  and confuse a whole lot
of people. Apparently someone has compiled their own copy of Freenet and
changed their version number to 5070.

Ignore 5070. The latest Stable build is 5061, and all official releases
are announced on this list. If you don't see an announcement here, any
higher version numbers are either CVS experimental builds, or someone
playing tricks.

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Re: [freenet-support] New node not working...500 server error from 127.0.0.1:8888.

2004-01-15 Thread S
On Thu, 15 Jan 2004 06:02:22 -0500
Paul Derbyshire [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 at 127.0.0.1: in ie 6.x. I know my ISP (cable) has some sort of 
 wonky caching of web pages, as evidenced by intermittent random 500-
 series errors I never got on dial-up and the odd out-of-date page 
 coming up but not when I hit refresh. But their webcache shouldn't 
 affect loopback, should it?

Here's a quick way to test. Fire up a command prompt, and then type:

telnet 127.0.0.1 

Hit Enter. When the connection opens, type:

HEAD / HTTP/1.0

Then hit Enter twice. The response should look something like this:

HTTP/1.1 302 Moved Temporarily
Date: Thu, 15 Jan 2004 05:43:59 GMT
Pragma: no-cache
Location: /servlet/nodeinfo/
Expires: Mon, 26 Jul 1997 05:00:00 GMT
Cache-Control: post-check=0, pre-check=0
Connection: close
Content-length: 191
Content-type: text/html;charset=ISO-8859-1
Server: Fred 0.5 (build 5060) HTTP Servlets

The line you're interested in is Server: Fred 0.5 ... . If anything
other than Fred is reported as the server, then either some other
application on your PC is using port  or your browser is forwarding
every request to a proxy.

 It reveals an IP address of 24.192.41.163

This does appear to be your IP address. It shows in the mail headers,
and port  is open.

 We have received a request from 66.185.84.80 for subscription...

Probably transparent proxying. Yuck. Still shouldn't affect localhost,
though. Have you checked your browser configuration to see if
66.185.84.80 has been explicitly defined as a proxy? If so, assuming IE,
is Bypass proxy for local addresses checked?

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[freenet-support] Request for including your software in our database

2004-01-15 Thread Dr G P S Raghava
Dear Sir/Madam

We are maintaining a database of free softwares for general purpose
(www.imtech.res.in) which are available free of cost for general user
and academic community. The aim of this project is to help the scientific
community in distributing these software. We are a academic institute
are not charging any money from users who wish to download these
software from our site. we have found your software to be useful for
general Information Technology professionals, general computer users
and others also. We wish to include your software in our next database release.
We already have a copy of software from web. In case , you do not agree please
initimate us, for removal of your software from our database. presently your
 software will be available from our site i.e. Freenet4.0 (software name)
at www.imtech.res.in/fsgp/. whenever you are not interested
to distribute these software from our site , please write to us . We will
remove your software from our database. Initially we plan to provide a link
to the original software but later we have realized that a number of
software are not available from net or their original site is not accessible
or some sites may close frequently. As well as some users do not have 
internet connections particularly in developing countries , 
so off-line distribution will help them. Thus, we thought we
should keep one copy at our site and also provide a link to 
original site for downloading these software. We encourage users
to download software from their original site rather than from
our site (We clearly mention on home page of the database).
This way user will get latest version. We also mention clearly
that user should read terms and conditions and copy right statement
laid for users.

Regards

Dr. G.P.S Raghava , Scientist  Co-ordinator 
Bioinformatics Center
Institute of Microbial Technology, Sector 39 A 
Chandigarh-160036 , INDIA
Phone : +91-0172-2690557
Fax : +91-0172-2690585 or 2690632 
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Re: [freenet-support] 5058: Crack open some bubbly!

2004-01-14 Thread S
On Wed, 14 Jan 2004 11:24:17 +
Kevin Steen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 After months of struggling, complaints, frayed tempers and dead-ends, I
 think the current Freenet release is a major step forward. 

I concur. As far as I'm concerned 5058 is, without a doubt, the best
stable build in months and one of the best builds I've ever seen.

With an uptime of 7 hours:

a) my routingTime is only 62ms.

b) I have ~50MB of allocated memory unused, so the machine isn't paging. 

c) CPU is down from constant 100% to averaging about 50% (lots of peaks and valleys in 
the Task Manager).

d) there are only ~2MB of data queued to send.

e) so far I haven't seen any more than 200 or so pooled threads running.

f) load is hovering at 100% due to outbound bandwidth limit.

g) I have 332 distinct nodes connected - holy shit!

On my node, all of this was _totally_ unheard of as recently as 5052. 

RAM and paging in particular had been serious issues for me, as the
machine I dedicate to Freenet only has 192MB physical RAM. routingTime
would typically stay above 5 seconds, permanently. There would be tens
of megs worth of data queued. There were frequently 1,000+ threads going
(up until Edward mentioned tfAbsoluteMaxThreads). Load was usually 100%
due to either routingTime or messageSendTimeRequest, and my outbound
bandwidth was sorely underused.

5088 is superb. Whether it scales well or not, I agree that this is a
huge step in the right direction. For once, my node is limited by
bandwidth - as it should be - and not by CPU, threads, or RAM. For once,
my lousy P3 600 actually seems like an active, healthy participant in
the network.

Congratulations all around :)

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Re: [freenet-support] simple question

2004-01-14 Thread S
On Wed, 14 Jan 2004 07:45:37 -0500
Matt Weaver [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I cannot reach www.freenetproject.org to download all the new goodness that I have 
 read about on the various mailing lists... Is the site down for some reason, or 
 should I look harder on my end? I am having no other connectivity issues with my old 
 freenet node, or any other internet related traffic... I have also tried to connect 
 to the site from 3 distinct places, all on 3 totally different ISPs, and types of 
 connectivity.
 
 -Matt

I can get there from here (RoadRunner), algx, sprintlink, alter.net, and
samspade.org which looks to be Verio. Can you post a traceroute? It
should die at 66.35.210.202 and no sooner.

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Re: [freenet-support] Re: simple question

2004-01-14 Thread S
On Wed, 14 Jan 2004 08:39:14 -0500
news.gmane.org [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Hrm, well, I can't even seem to resolve the name, now that I have tried to
 do a trace to it... It also seems that one of the other ISPs that I tried
 that didn't work is now working again, to that site... Time to go have a
 whack at my DNS admin upstairs =)

Hope you get the problem resolved quickly (lame pun slightly intended).
If on the off chance geneva.edu is intentionally blocking access to
freenetproject.org or mucking with the DNS, it would be interesting to
know.

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Re: [freenet-support] Update re: DFI

2003-12-14 Thread S
On Sun, 14 Dec 2003 11:34:25 -0600
Conrad J. Sabatier [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I'm still in the process of refining the spider and its results.  One thing
 I've done recently, which I'm not sure is a good idea or not, is to ignore
 CHK keys.  It's just my feeling that a real freesite should use an SSK.  
 Similarly, KSKs are passed right over as well.
 
 If anyone knows why this may be a bad idea, please let me know.

Due to the difficulty inserting freesites with e.g. FIW, is it possible
that some people are inserting large portions of their freesite via
FUQID and using FIW only to insert the index? If so, that may be a
reason to keep spidering CHKs at least for now.

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Re: [freenet-support] Sometimes can't get to my own node's data

2003-12-11 Thread S
On Thu, 11 Dec 2003 20:49:11 -0800
Art Charbonneau [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I'm running 5050 on ADSL, 2.4 GHz, with Outgoing set to 30,7200 
 B/s, CPU set to normal priority, and store set to 1 gig.
 
 Sometimes Freenet starts up quite normally (for this period in time)
 and I can get to a few freesites (mainly using bookmarks, in Netscape
 7.1), but then I'll go back to the Web Interface to look at info and
 stats, and I can't get to my own node (like right now).
 
 If I try 'Node Status Interface', or 'Recent logs', or 'Failure Table',
 etc, (even the 'README file'), all I get is 'Waiting for...'. How can
 it be that I cannot get to my own node??

Your node is probably hitting periods of severe overload. Mine used to
constantly stay at 100% load and die with Out of Memory errors after a
few hours. I changed the threadFactory from Q to Y in freenet.ini and
that helped immensely. Even when it's at 100%, I can still pull up the
web interface. Give it a shot and see if it helps you out.

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Re: [freenet-support] how many existing ways to announce a new Freesite?

2003-12-09 Thread S
On Wed, 10 Dec 2003 10:28:58 +0800
Stupid C [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 I'm not understand how do these Index Pages work? How does an index page 
 notice a new Freesite's URI automatically?

Usually when it's linked to from another Freesite somewhere, or when the
author announces it to the public. There is also at least one spider
available which, given a Freesite URI, will recurse through all links it
finds, thus spreading the content around and discovering newly linked
sites. It's in the spider board in Frost.

 besides index pages, is there anyway to announce a new Freesite, so that 
 that Freesite is searchable using keywords, or categories?

Frost has a freesite-announce board, and of the index maintainers
accept email and IIP chat (e.g. see the main page of YoYo). If you
aren't familiar with Frost, see http://jtcfrost.sourceforge.net/. This
doesn't help with the keyword search issue, but it can get your Freesite
noticed.

 i'm currently initializing a project on a new Freenet Publication Tool... 
 and hope to find a better solutions to announce a new freesite.

Looking forward to seeing what you come up with!

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Re: [freenet-support] development

2003-11-29 Thread S
On Sat, 29 Nov 2003 21:19:25 -0600
Robert Greenage [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 where can i locate the development site?

http://freenetproject.org/index.php?page=indexmode=developer

And the list is at:

http://mail.freenetproject.org/mailman/listinfo/devl/

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[freenet-support] Connections transferring Connections open

2003-11-29 Thread S
Running 5046. First time I've seen this:

Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit)  512 (292/220/512) 
Connections transferring (Transmitting/Receiving)  580 (316/264) 

Is a connection counted twice here if it's both transmitting and
receiving?

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[freenet-support] Errors and stange cache behavior...

2003-11-14 Thread James S. White
I'm not sure what the error reporting procedure is, but...

Waited more than 200ms to dequeue, 17 in queue, 2077 millis since enqueued last item, 
58031 maximum waits so far - could indicate serious JVM bug. Please report to [EMAIL 
PROTECTED] along with JVM and OS/kernel.

JVM: Sun j2re1.4.2_01
 Kernel: Linux version 2.6.0-test8
Freenet: Unstable build 6335

I'm on a T1 with an 75GB store running at 98%-100% capacity
If there is more informatio I can provide, Let me know what and how.
If this error is normal, I'd like to know that too.

Also I've notice some freenet pages are not retrieveable after I have
alresdy loaded them. My store is only at 4% capacity, should freenet
be forgetting the pages it has loaded when the cache is not even close
to full?

Keep in mind I'm not a expert on how the freenet store is used, so I
apologize in advance if any of my questions are 'stupid'.

TIA.

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Re: [freenet-support] Errors and stange cache behavior...

2003-11-14 Thread James S. White
 Sadly it is. We don't know why. But maybe something to do with
 threading.

Ok, good to know.

 If the cache is less than 90% full, it should not forget stuff. However,
 were these requests for freesites? Were they around 0:00 GMT? A lot of
 freesites are 'date based redirect', which means they get forgotten at
 midnight - a new edition must be published each day.

Now that I think about it, they could be. Thanks for the sanity check.

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[freenet-support] High load, Japanese website

2003-11-12 Thread S
Hi All,

Longtime listener, first-time caller :)

I have two questions, both of which seem to tie in to other issues which
have been expressed on the Support list before. I hope my queries are
not interpreted as repetitious; I wouldn't be asking them if I'd seen
accurate answers.

Question 1: 

When I point my Macintosh (using Safari) at freenetproject.org, I am
redirected to http://de-co.info/freenet/ which is the Japanese Freenet
page. My Windows and FreeBSD machines, at the same IP address, wind up
at the normal English Freenet page. I have seen this issue raised before
on this list with no resolution. I see no reason that Mac users should
be getting forwarded to the Japanese page.

My suspicion is that freenetproject.org is redirecting based upon the
User-Agent HTTP header. FYI, the affected User-Agent string is:
Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/85.7 (KHTML,
like Gecko) Safari/85.5 I suspect there is something within that
User-Agent that triggers the Hey, this must be a Japanese user
redirect.  It needs to be fixed ASAP.

Question 2:

My node's load has recently been skyrocketing. It seems to be stuck at
100% load constantly, with a huge send queue. There have been a couple
of threads on the list regarding this phenomenon.  Here's what I'm
seeing, using build 5032 on Win2k:

Node Version 0.5 
Protocol Version 1.47 
Build Number 5032 
CVS Revision 1.90.2.50.2.58 
Uptime 2 hours 18 minutes 
Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit)  384 (166/218/512) 
Connections transferring (Transmitting/Receiving)  330 (287/43) 
Data waiting to be transfered  138 MiB 
Total amount of data transferred  194 MiB 

In this example, I have done precisely zero with Freenet, aside from
start it up and let it run. After 2 hours uptime I've transferred nearly
200MB and have almost that much data queued to send. My store is 10GB,
which I trim manually, it's now at 61% used with 13695 keys. It has hit
98+% repeatedly, at which point I manually delete older files (the
procedure being stop Freenet, delete the oldest files in the store,
restart Freenet).

The reason I do manual trimming of my store is that I've noticed the
larger the store, the more frequently/the faster my node gets
overwhelmed. Is it just me?

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[freenet-support] freenet is now working for me!!

2001-05-31 Thread Gordon Pvt Christopher S

well i deleted freenet and java completely off my system , and reinstalled
it and put it all in c:\ diretory and now working fine with no probs and i'm
also behing gov proxy and firewall!!!

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[freenet-support] installing

2001-05-22 Thread Gordon Pvt Christopher S


hello i'm on a PII winnt win95 and i have installed the java thing and when
i install freenet it goes fine but when i run it it goes to the sys tray as
supossed to but it flashes a rabbit with a red line striked through it and
when u put the mouse over it ,it says freenet is haveing problems can anyone
help me

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