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Re: [GNUnet-developers] gnunetd refused to index file

From: Christian Grothoff
Subject: Re: [GNUnet-developers] gnunetd refused to index file
Date: Mon, 26 Apr 2004 19:35:54 -0500
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On Monday 26 April 2004 11:51, Christian Schulte wrote:
>   Today while indexing new files i got this from gnunet-insert:
> Apr 27 01:22:06 WARNING: gnunetd refused to index file (no space left?)
>   And this from gnunetd
> Apr 27 01:22:06 WARNING: rejecting content-unindex request, INDEX-DIRECTORY
> option not set!
> Is he now indexing, undindexing or having some other problem?

The CVS version has a new option "INDEX-DIRECTORY" which is missing in your 
configuration file.

> After all the indexing process goes on and seems to succeed.
> Now i think i have a inconsistency problem. When trying to download it i
> get this from gnunetd.
> Apr 27 01:49:00 WARNING: getIndexedFileName called with index out of bounds
> (32767) Apr 27 01:49:00 FAILURE: Database inconsistent! (index points to
> invalid offset (32767)
> I will run gnunet-check and see if that helps.

Well, that's probably not going to help, the new behavior has caused some 
problems with gnunet-check (Mantis #697).  I'm not sure which exact set of 
bugs you got from CVS, but there were a couple in that area this week.  
Anyway, except for gnunet-check things should work again now.


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