[freenet-support] Re: Freenet daemon dies

2006-01-22 Thread Bob
Harrison Smith writes: > > Harrison Smith ...> writes: > > > No luck. I fiddled with the -Xmx option; I even downgraded to jre 1.4.2 > > blackdown - but it still randomly crashes without explanation. I didn't any > > hs_err_pid_ files, either. If you want to see any of my logs, just tell

[freenet-support] Re: Freenet daemon dies

2006-01-20 Thread Harrison Smith
Harrison Smith writes: > No luck. I fiddled with the -Xmx option; I even downgraded to jre 1.4.2 > blackdown - but it still randomly crashes without explanation. I didn't any > hs_err_pid_ files, either. If you want to see any of my logs, just tell me > where they are, and I'll share them.

[freenet-support] Re: Freenet daemon dies

2006-01-19 Thread Harrison Smith
Bob writes: > Presumably Java is crashing for some reason, you probably have a load of > hs_err_pid_ files in the freenet directory containing random stack > dumps. > What does `java -version` say? You should use Sun (preferably) or > Blackdown at least v1.4.2 (later versions are generally

[freenet-support] Re: Freenet daemon dies

2006-01-19 Thread Harrison Smith
Harrison Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: No luck. I fiddled with the -Xmx option; I even downgraded to jre 1.4.2 blackdown - but it still randomly crashes without explanation. I didn't any hs_err_pid_ files, either. If you want to see any of my logs, just tell me where they are, and I'll

[freenet-support] Re: Freenet daemon dies

2006-01-18 Thread Harrison Smith
Bob [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Presumably Java is crashing for some reason, you probably have a load of hs_err_pid_ files in the freenet directory containing random stack dumps. What does `java -version` say? You should use Sun (preferably) or Blackdown at least v1.4.2 (later versions are

[freenet-support] Re: Freenet daemon dies

2006-01-15 Thread Bob
> > I'm pretty stumped on this one. I installed java and freenet on my debian > machine, and when I `sh start-freenet.sh', everything works fine for a > while, but if I leave the server alone, I come back and freenet is just > not running. Neither syslog nor freenet.log indicate anything, and I

[freenet-support] Re: Freenet daemon dies

2006-01-15 Thread Bob
I'm pretty stumped on this one. I installed java and freenet on my debian machine, and when I `sh start-freenet.sh', everything works fine for a while, but if I leave the server alone, I come back and freenet is just not running. Neither syslog nor freenet.log indicate anything, and I don't