On Saturday 22 August 2009 07:05:11 Toni Bergman wrote:
>    - Freenet 0.7.5 Build #1232 build01232
>    - Freenet-ext Build #26 r23771
> So far I've understood the backoff percentages in advanced connection
> details but no longer.
> The attached picture shows what I'm saying.
> What ticks me off the most is being connected for over 90 minutes to peers
> that are 99,9 % of the time backed off. This defeats the purpose of having
> 32 peers with output of 90 kB/s.
> The bug I'm reporting is something I didn't see before.
> Note the values backed off wait time remaining and time total. Time total is
> now smaller than the time remaining.
> Seems to be happening with several peers.
> Hows about giving the peers a loser rating and connect the losers together.
> Sure they won't be able to download anything but they won't be slowing me
> down either, which is the most important thing, since I'm the most important
> person in the world.
% Time Routable is the proportion of time when it is NOT backed off. That node 
looks reasonable.

Freenet will however drop peers that are less effective than its other peers: 
when we have the opportunity to add a new node, we drop the least recently 
successful peer (subject to various limits).

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