Re: [freenet-support] RNFs

2004-06-25 Thread freenetproject
Thanks, that worked.  Would you happen to know the min/max for the 
entries that have a numeric value?

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Will someone please post the new .conf file with min/max and defaults?
Apparently the .conf file is not updated when the version is updated.
Toad wrote:

No, it's 200. It used to be 512.
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Back up you old configuration file, (optionally, but recommended also
delete the original) and use java -jar freenet.jar --config to
regenerate it. It'll generate a new config file with all the defaults
(be sure to chose the the same listenPort and datastore size as before).
(If you have customer settings in you old freenet.conf file that aren't
the default, you'll need to re-add them)
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Re: [freenet-support] RNFs

2004-06-25 Thread Kevin Steen
All the config options and their code-specified default values can be
found on the web interface: 
  http://127.0.0.1:/servlet/nodeinfo/documentation/cli

If you don't use the Windows graphical configuration tool, I'd suggest
deleting all the default entries in the config file and using a file
with only the required lines in it ([Freenet node], ipAddress,
listenPort, outputBandwidthLimit, storeSize). This makes it easier to
review your config changes whenever you upgrade freenet.

-Kevin

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 Thanks, that worked.  Would you happen to know the min/max for the 
 entries that have a numeric value?
 
 
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 Will someone please post the new .conf file with min/max and defaults?
 Apparently the .conf file is not updated when the version is updated.
 
 Toad wrote:
 
 
 No, it's 200. It used to be 512.
 
 
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  delete the original) and use java -jar freenet.jar --config to
  regenerate it. It'll generate a new config file with all the defaults
  (be sure to chose the the same listenPort and datastore size as before).
  
  (If you have customer settings in you old freenet.conf file that aren't
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Re: [freenet-support] RNFs

2004-06-25 Thread freenetproject
That was helpful - thanks.
Sorry to belabor the issue, but I still wonder if 100 is a reasonable 
number of connections, why would the default be 200?  Shouldn't the 
default be 100?

Kevin Steen wrote:
All the config options and their code-specified default values can be
found on the web interface: 
  http://127.0.0.1:/servlet/nodeinfo/documentation/cli

If you don't use the Windows graphical configuration tool, I'd suggest
deleting all the default entries in the config file and using a file
with only the required lines in it ([Freenet node], ipAddress,
listenPort, outputBandwidthLimit, storeSize). This makes it easier to
review your config changes whenever you upgrade freenet.
-Kevin
On Fri, 2004-06-25 at 15:17, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Thanks, that worked.  Would you happen to know the min/max for the 
entries that have a numeric value?

Salah Coronya wrote:
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Will someone please post the new .conf file with min/max and defaults?
Apparently the .conf file is not updated when the version is updated.
Toad wrote:

No, it's 200. It used to be 512.
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Back up you old configuration file, (optionally, but recommended also
delete the original) and use java -jar freenet.jar --config to
regenerate it. It'll generate a new config file with all the defaults
(be sure to chose the the same listenPort and datastore size as before).
(If you have customer settings in you old freenet.conf file that aren't
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Re: [freenet-support] RNFs

2004-06-25 Thread Toad
On Fri, Jun 25, 2004 at 09:52:33AM -0700, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 That was helpful - thanks.
 
 Sorry to belabor the issue, but I still wonder if 100 is a reasonable 
 number of connections, why would the default be 200?  Shouldn't the 
 default be 100?

It's unclear ATM. We need a reasonable number because we want a bunch of
nodes specialized near our spec, a bunch of nodes around the keyspace,
and a bunch of less good or testing or newbie nodes. Also, if we set the
limit to 100, then from experience the actual number of connections
would be rather less - say 60 or 70. But the main influence ATM is the
fact that if a node has much less than the average, it will be
disadvantaged in load balancing... we need to do something about it but
I don't really know what yet.. maybe some form of queueing will help,
but it's not obvious how.
 
 
 Kevin Steen wrote:
 All the config options and their code-specified default values can be
 found on the web interface: 
   http://127.0.0.1:/servlet/nodeinfo/documentation/cli
 
 If you don't use the Windows graphical configuration tool, I'd suggest
 deleting all the default entries in the config file and using a file
 with only the required lines in it ([Freenet node], ipAddress,
 listenPort, outputBandwidthLimit, storeSize). This makes it easier to
 review your config changes whenever you upgrade freenet.
 
 -Kevin
 
 On Fri, 2004-06-25 at 15:17, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
 Thanks, that worked.  Would you happen to know the min/max for the 
 entries that have a numeric value?
 
 
 Salah Coronya wrote:
 
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 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
 
 Will someone please post the new .conf file with min/max and defaults?
 Apparently the .conf file is not updated when the version is updated.
 
 Toad wrote:
 
 
 
 No, it's 200. It used to be 512.
 
 
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 Back up you old configuration file, (optionally, but recommended also
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 regenerate it. It'll generate a new config file with all the defaults
 (be sure to chose the the same listenPort and datastore size as before).
 
 (If you have customer settings in you old freenet.conf file that aren't
 the default, you'll need to re-add them)
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[freenet-support] RNFs

2004-06-24 Thread Jano
Latest stable, windows 2000, java 1.4.2:
After a restart and seeing that I have these peers:
Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit)   13 (12/1/200)   
Transfers active (Transmitting/Receiving)   1 (0/1) 
Data waiting to be transferred  None
Total amount of data transferred245 KiB
Most of them have idletime  0, if that means something.
I attempt to download FIND and I get:
Error: Route Not Found
Attempts were made to contact 0 nodes.
0 were totally unreachable.
0 restarted.
0 cleanly rejected.
This happens *very* often... is it normal? any more data that could be 
useful?

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Re: [freenet-support] RNFs

2004-06-24 Thread Toad
On Thu, Jun 24, 2004 at 10:31:41AM +0200, Jano wrote:
 Latest stable, windows 2000, java 1.4.2:
 
 After a restart and seeing that I have these peers:
 
 Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit) 13 (12/1/200)   

OUCH! Have you reseeded recently? In any case if you leave it running
for a day or so it should accumulate more... a reasonable number is 100+
connections...

 Transfers active (Transmitting/Receiving) 1 (0/1) 
 Data waiting to be transferredNone
 Total amount of data transferred  245 KiB
 
 Most of them have idletime  0, if that means something.
 
 I attempt to download FIND and I get:
 
 Error: Route Not Found
 
 Attempts were made to contact 0 nodes.
 0 were totally unreachable.
 0 restarted.
 0 cleanly rejected.

Not surprising with only 13 connections open...
 
 This happens *very* often... is it normal? any more data that could be 
 useful?

Yeah, there is one thing:
http://127.0.0.1:/servlet/nodestatus/nodestatus.html

Show me the top 10 lines or so.
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Re: [freenet-support] RNFs

2004-06-24 Thread freenetproject
Will someone please post the new .conf file with min/max and defaults? 
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Toad wrote:
No, it's 200. It used to be 512.
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Re: [freenet-support] RNFs

2004-06-24 Thread Salah Coronya
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delete the original) and use java -jar freenet.jar --config to
regenerate it. It'll generate a new config file with all the defaults
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(If you have customer settings in you old freenet.conf file that aren't
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