----- Original Message ----- 
From: <john...@kiwyepfki1gwkbfu44x5zhnbhcrbfgdowx8lom22bq4>
Newsgroups: freenet
Sent: Tuesday, February 09, 2010 5:12 PM
Subject: Re: [freenet-support] Freenet reconnection issues

> john...@kiwyepfki1gwkbfu44x5zhnbhcrbfgdowx8lom22bq4 wrote :
>> joh...@6kzjmqcftzffej0wthb29r63t5jkjg2xy5hzsvitg1a wrote :
>>> Matthew Toseland <t...@amphibian.dyndns.org>
>>> There was a bug "freenet does not reconnect properly": When a Freenet node 
>>> hibernated or its IP address changes, it would take *ages* to reconnect, 
>>> would not start announcing straight away or it would take hours to get 
back up
>>> to a reasonable number of connections. I think that 1241-pre1 may have 
>>> this, so if you have this bug, please test 1241-pre1. Thanks.
>>> You can get this by means of update.sh testing (linux/mac) or update.cmd 
>>> (windows). You might need to update the scripts manually from
>>> https://checksums.freenetproject.org/update.sh (or update.cmd) if they 
>>> been used for some time and give an error message.
>>> Alternatively, use the jar I posted to freenet (this should replace your
>>> freenet.jar):
>>> 7EjDMWToabe2tbaZU-i6pAuFyY8ESkwGFfuaI,AAIC--8/freenet-cvs-snapshot.jar
>> Ah, that's why 1240 gave me 20 peers (of 40) in roughly 1 hour after cold 
restart. I had had my node fully integrated in about 20 minutes before new 
version came up and was very upset. Average input speed was also 25% less than 
configuration limit even after all peers had been connected (something I don't 
think I had seen before).
>> Now I'm on 1241-pre2, have restarted two times and have had 20 peers in 
20-25 minutes, 30 peers in an hour. A bit better, but speed still tends to 
jump higher than limit and then fall much lower than limit for a long time so 
resulting average speed is currently 50% of a node's limit even with FMS and 
Frost updating messages.
>> I don't know if it does matter:
>> Preemptive Rejection Reasons
>> 9481 Input bandwidth liability
>> Local Preemptive Rejection Reasons
>> 3719 Input bandwidth liability
> No luck. Average input speed is still 25% less than limit, 37/40 peers all 
the time, six-digit number next to "Input bandwidth liability".
> When I turn off the limit Freenet speed can be very high (when downloading 
freesite, for example) and average speed is higher than my desired limit, so 
it is not network problem.

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