On Sun, Aug 08, 2004 at 07:12:58AM -0700, Darrin Wait wrote: > I have starting having the same problem. I am running > Win 2k, 256 meg memory, and dial up connection. I > thought maybe it was just the dial-up and connecting > every now and then. > > Any one else seen this?? > > Lots of seednodes means lots of people which is great, > but maybe there needs to be a max limit to the size of > the seednodes and try to make a way to only give out > the best seednodes.
Then we would have the traditional problem, which hasn't really gone away, of "oh sh*t i'm in the seednodes!!!!". > > > ====================================================================== > ====================================================================== > > I've got this with the udating freenet lateley! > > When i upgrade freenet using the upgrade script, it > produces a > 24Mb seednodes.ref file, witch i suspect is causing my > node of running > out of memory! > > I'm running Debian Woody Stable! > > Here is what happens! > > heine <at> debian:~/freenet$ ./update.sh > cp: cannot stat `seednodes.ref': No such file or > directory > --02:55:49-- > http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/freenet-latest.jar > => `freenet-latest.jar' > Resolving freenetproject.org... done. > Connecting to freenetproject.org[184.108.40.206]:80... > connected. > HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK > Length: 2,438,430 [application/x-java-archive] > > 100%[===================================>] 2,438,430 > 52.98K/s ETA > 00:00 > > 02:56:34 (52.98 KB/s) - `freenet-latest.jar' saved > [2438430/2438430] > > --02:56:34-- > http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/seednodes.ref.bz2 > => `new-seednodes.ref.bz2' > Resolving freenetproject.org... done. > Connecting to freenetproject.org[220.127.116.11]:80... > connected. > HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK > Length: 932,445 [text/plain] > > 100%[===================================>] 932,445 > 52.54K/s ETA > 00:00 > > 02:56:52 (52.54 KB/s) - `new-seednodes.ref.bz2' saved > [932445/932445] > > --02:56:57-- > http://freenetproject.org/snapshots/freenet-ext.jar > => `freenet-ext.jar' > Resolving freenetproject.org... done. > Connecting to freenetproject.org[18.104.22.168]:80... > connected. > HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK > Length: 1,637,068 [application/x-java-archive] > Server file no newer than local file `freenet-ext.jar' > -- not retrieving. > > heine <at> debian:~/freenet$ du -h seednodes.ref > 24M seednodes.ref > > Freenet fails to start with an out of memory error > message. How do you invoke Freenet? Via start-freenet.sh ? What -Xmx does it use? > > If i then copy my seednodes.ref.old to seednodes.ref > it starts perfectley! > > What's wrong here? and what will happen if i use the > old seednodes? > I'm currentley useing that. I'm trying to running a > permant node, > therefore i want to be online. > > Sincerley > Heine Laursen -- Matthew J Toseland - [EMAIL PROTECTED] Freenet Project Official Codemonkey - http://freenetproject.org/ ICTHUS - Nothing is impossible. Our Boss says so.
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