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RE: [GNUnet-developers] gnunet download problem

From: eric haumant
Subject: RE: [GNUnet-developers] gnunet download problem
Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2003 11:53:47 +0100


I don't think the problem comes from the routing part because it happened to
me while gnunet-download was checking that the block was already downloaded.
It happened to me more and more frequently while the download goes to the

I can see that gnunet-download stops when the memory use fails to just 350kb
and some times the local gnunetd fails with it and I have to restart gnunetd
and gnunet-download.
When gnunet-download checks the block's presence, I have some breakpoint's
error, is it normal ?

> One thing certain is that atleast with the current implementation,
> it will never be blazing fast, even if it worked correctly. A thing
> worth mentioning anyway is that if you limit your upstream, that
> will affect the download speed as well, as the node will drop
> excess outgoing packets, even those containing your queries.

I've mesured a download speed of 4kb/s on average which is low enought for
people with only 56k modem.


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