I think that it is a very bad Idea to publish a new official build, when in one day or two you will go to weekend, especially if it is a stable build! When there is a serious bug, it will take much longer to solve the problem. And the network can rather go broken, like -- I think -- it happens now! The longer my node runs, the more RNFs I get. Im using the 8086 build.
Connections open (Inbound/Outbound/Limit) 54 (13/41/150) before update(8085/8086) I usually had a value about 140
http://localhost:8888/servlet/nodestatus/version_data.txt # Histogram of node versions in fred's Routing table # 25.07.2004 19:18:20 # nodes: 291 Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.50,5084 135 Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.50,5085 82 Fred,0.5,STABLE-1.50,5086 74
When you think that you are ready to publish a new build, it is Thursday, Friday or Saturday and you know that you want to have some free days, without development/support, maybe it will by better to wait until it is Monday to publish the new stable build?!
Regards Rudi -- Rudolf Krist Mail: rudi.krist -at+ web.de PGP Key Id: 0x5C1708B8
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