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vinyl1 wrote:
> Toad <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>  replied:
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>>For me it seems as Fred is too fail-fast. It may try for a few more
>>seconds or minutes instead of returning the RNF nearly immediately
>>(and very often). Putting that retry to the user's side (being it the
>>browser or a FCP app) is no good idea IMHO.
>
>
> "Maybe so. But maybe the problem is more fundamental.
>
>
> I suspect this is the case.  The RNF is coming back much too quickly
for the network to have been searched to the limit, unless everyone
running FN has miraculously converted to a T3.
>
> As an experiment, I cut and pasted some not-found keys into FUQID.
Its log file says that it is trying 25 HTL, 30 HTL, and 35 HTL, and not
finding anything, but it seems to be working much too quickly.
>
> I'm a Win2K transient node on dialup.
>
> -vinyl1
>

The HTL in Freenet is currently capped at 10, so if you inserts anything
higher, it'll automatically be cut down to 10. The failure table on your
node will then see this request failed at HTL=10 and so will immediately
return a DNF.
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