In recent weeks a number of established seednodes have gone offline and/or changed IP without their owners sending me the new noderef. We are now down to 11 seednodes, but more importantly, bootstrapping is becoming a problem, with automated tests sometimes failing to get 10 nodes in 10 minutes, and often taking a long time. Twice in recent days I have tried to run sdiz's long-term tests, and both times it has failed to bootstrap on the fetch phase. Also bootstrapping is sometimes - apparently at random - very slow, e.g. staying at 2 peers for some time.
An important part of the solution is more seednodes. If you have at least 256kbps upstream bandwidth (more is better), a stable 24x7 node, a static IP address or domain name, and have successfully forwarded your opennet port, please consider helping us out: - Go to config settings, go to advanced mode, opennet, enable "be a seednode". - Email me your opennet noderef. You can get it from: http://127.0.0.1:8888/strangers/myref.fref It is also possible that this isn't the cause of the problem, maybe it is caused by the 1231 changes ... any thoughts?
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