On Fri, Jan 30, 2004 at 09:28:27PM +1300, Phillip Hutchings wrote: > > On 29/01/2004, at 10:13 PM, Maximilian Mehnert wrote: > > >Am Mi, den 28.01.2004 schrieb Maximilian Mehnert um 15:28: > >>>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? > > > >Sorry. Being online for about 12 hours freenet again succeeded in > >overloading an "acceptable" machine (1.5GHz, 512MB Ram), leaving it > >doing nothing but swapping RAM. > > > >I think it's time to take a break. Perhaps I'll check back in a year > >;-) > > > >I'm still of the opinion that freenet will only spread if people are > >able to run it on a small router or in background with no noticeable > >impact on performance. > > I agree here. My router is a 1.53Ghz Athlon (XP1800+) with 512MB of > RAM. The CPU isn't taxed, but the memory is. Also, bandwidth is used > quite readily. I have a quota, and it'd be nice to be able to give > Freenet a maximum monthly allocation, and have it shut down after > that's passed the limit.
Have you tried averageOutputBandwidthLimit etc? > I have no problem donating 2-3GB/month of > traffic, but it takes 4-5 if I don't watch it, that's with a limit of > 2kb/sec both ways. :< > > It would be nice if anyone with a spare P266 box could fire up freenet > and just let it sit there. Absolutely. > > >If I had a second life I would help redoing the whole thing in ocaml or > >something like that. But I have the miserable feeling that studying > >medicine will keep me busy for the next years. :-( Ok, no more flame > >wars ;-) > > If I knew the protocol, and knew enough about networking, I'd do a > Cocoa client. I have no problems with continually changing the > protocol, I'd just have to participate on the developer mailing list. > Unfortunately there's no easy place to start from. I guess that's what > you get with pre-release software. > > Another good idea would be a 'freenet browser', something like Gecko or > WebKit (for OS X) embedded in to a freenet thing, with privacy options > auto set. Yikes. Please, keep the client separate. It can talk to the node via FCP. A freenet specific browser might be nice though. > > -- > Phillip Hutchings > [EMAIL PROTECTED] > http://www.sitharus.com/ -- Matthew J Toseland - [EMAIL PROTECTED] Freenet Project Official Codemonkey - http://freenetproject.org/ ICTHUS - Nothing is impossible. Our Boss says so.
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