[PROXYPER] need help

John Poznicek johnpoz at enteract.com
Wed Jan 6 19:01:49 EST 1999


not anymore its not - the 300 proxies send blocks slower than the clients!!
One block at a time, they pull blocks like the wind!  Usally more than you
ask for, ie asked for 1000, I have 5600 at the moment!

John Poznicek
Team #2349

> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-proxyper at lists.distributed.net
> [mailto:owner-proxyper at lists.distributed.net]On Behalf Of Phillip
> Chambers
> Sent: Wednesday, January 06, 1999 6:39 AM
> To: proxyper at lists.distributed.net
> Subject: Re: [PROXYPER] need help
>
>
> A client can connect to a proxy on the machine, that's how I flush all my
> blocks because it's so much quicker....
>
> Phil, UK
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: WINKELMANS Gunther <Gunther.WINKELMANS at is.belgacom.be>
> To: proxyper at lists.distributed.net <proxyper at lists.distributed.net>
> Date: 06 January 1999 10:40
> Subject: re: [PROXYPER] need help
>
>
> >Hello Artur,
> >
> >
> >- pprc5in.rc5 remains unchanged because not only your outgoing connection
> >is not working, but also your incoming (which sounds logic to me):
> >01/06/99 08:30:17,rc564 r=0/1000, d=64/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> >The value "r=0/1000" in the line above means that you have no blocks in
> >your inbuffer.
> >I don't know why your connection doesn't work.
> >
> >- "succesfully put back 8 unsent blocks" is exactly what the
> proxy does: it
> >sends 8 blocks (count the number of times the message "Queueing
> block ..."
> >appears). The blocks are removed from the buffout, but if there is no
> >confirmation receipt from the keyserver within x seconds, your
> proxy places
> >the unsent blocks back to the buffout.
> >
> >- A client cannot connect to a proxy running on the same machine: that
> >comes from my personal experience. Get to client to connect to whatever
> >your proxy connects.
> >
> >
> >Best Regards,
> >Gunther
> >-------------
> >Original Text
> >From: Artur Lutze <alutze at waw.pdi.net>, on 06/01/99 10:09:
> >To: SMTP at MASTER.PER@BELGACOM[<proxyper at lists.distributed.net>]
> >
> >Hi
> >
> >I'm using Windows NT and yesterday downloaded proxyper, it is
> working but I
> >have several
> >questions:
> >
> >1. I put in ini these lines:
> >minkeysready=100
> >maxkeysready=1000
> >maxkeysdone=1
> >
> >but size of pprc5in.rc5 is always 56 bytes, Why ?
> >
> >2. Clients are sending blocks to proxy. There are 64 lines in
> >highlandr1999.log and size
> >of pprc5out.rc5 is 11064 bytes, but proxy can't send blocks to keyserver.
> >What is wrong ?
> >
> >01/06/99 08:30:15,Creating outgoing server connection.
> >01/06/99 08:30:16,Server 134.93.246.93 changed from state 0 to 1
> >01/06/99 08:30:17,Server 134.93.246.93 changed from state 1 to 8
> >01/06/99 08:30:17,rc564 r=0/1000, d=64/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> >01/06/99 08:30:17,desII r=0/10000, d=0/100, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Establishing handshake.
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Got handshake acknowledment.
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing block 658851b5:b0000000, iter 1
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing block 6521f8ec:e0000000, iter 1
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing block 65c3562e:b0000000, iter 1
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing block 6552fd97:70000000, iter 1
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing block 657d40b9:60000000, iter 1
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing block 6566ee46:d0000000, iter 1
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing block 651bd380:40000000, iter 1
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing block 6516c5ac:40000000, iter 1
> >01/06/99 08:30:18,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:30:19,Server 134.93.246.93 is no longer connected (reading).
> >01/06/99 08:30:19,server: Closing server connection.
> >01/06/99 08:30:19,server: Successfully put back 8 unsent blocks.
> >                          ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
> >                          what this means and why "8" ?
> >
> >01/06/99 08:30:42,Accepted connection from address 192.0.0.123
> >01/06/99 08:30:42,192.0.0.123: Client requesting communication
> >01/06/99 08:30:42,Client 192.0.0.123 is no longer connected (reading).
> >01/06/99 08:30:42,192.0.0.123: Closing client connection.
> >
> >or like this:
> >
> >01/06/99 08:50:35,Creating outgoing server connection.
> >01/06/99 08:50:36,Server 195.10.151.15 changed from state 0 to 1
> >01/06/99 08:50:58,rc564 r=0/1000, d=64/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> >01/06/99 08:50:58,desII r=0/10000, d=0/100, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> >01/06/99 08:51:29,rc564 r=0/1000, d=64/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> >01/06/99 08:51:29,desII r=0/10000, d=0/100, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> >01/06/99 08:51:36,Maximum server count of 1 already reached.
> >01/06/99 08:52:00,rc564 r=0/1000, d=64/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> >01/06/99 08:52:00,desII r=0/10000, d=0/100, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> >01/06/99 08:52:31,rc564 r=0/1000, d=64/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> >01/06/99 08:52:31,desII r=0/10000, d=0/100, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> >01/06/99 08:52:36,server: Closing server connection.
> >01/06/99 08:52:37,Creating outgoing server connection.
> >01/06/99 08:52:38,Server 134.93.246.93 changed from state 0 to 1
> >01/06/99 08:52:39,Server 134.93.246.93 changed from state 1 to 8
> >01/06/99 08:52:40,server: Establishing handshake.
> >01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Got handshake acknowledment.
> >01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing block 658851b5:b0000000, iter 1
> >01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing block 6521f8ec:e0000000, iter 1
> >01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing block 65c3562e:b0000000, iter 1
> >01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing block 6552fd97:70000000, iter 1
> >01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing block 657d40b9:60000000, iter 1
> >01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing block 6566ee46:d0000000, iter 1
> >01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing block 651bd380:40000000, iter 1
> >01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing block 6516c5ac:40000000, iter 1
> >01/06/99 08:52:41,server: Queueing request, iter 64.
> >01/06/99 08:52:42,Server 134.93.246.93 is no longer connected (reading).
> >01/06/99 08:52:42,server: Closing server connection.
> >01/06/99 08:52:42,server: Successfully put back 8 unsent blocks.
> >01/06/99 08:53:02,rc564 r=0/1000, d=64/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> >01/06/99 08:53:02,desII r=0/10000, d=0/100, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> >01/06/99 08:53:33,rc564 r=0/1000, d=64/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> >01/06/99 08:53:33,desII r=0/10000, d=0/100, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> >01/06/99 08:53:38,Creating outgoing server connection.
> >01/06/99 08:53:39,Server 195.10.151.15 changed from state 0 to 1
> >01/06/99 08:54:04,rc564 r=0/1000, d=64/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> >01/06/99 08:54:04,desII r=0/10000, d=0/100, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> >01/06/99 08:54:35,rc564 r=0/1000, d=64/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> >01/06/99 08:54:35,desII r=0/10000, d=0/100, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> >01/06/99 08:54:39,Maximum server count of 1 already reached.
> >01/06/99 08:55:06,rc564 r=0/1000, d=64/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> >01/06/99 08:55:06,desII r=0/10000, d=0/100, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> >01/06/99 08:55:37,rc564 r=0/1000, d=64/1, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> >01/06/99 08:55:37,desII r=0/10000, d=0/100, 0.0 Mkeys/sec
> >01/06/99 08:55:39,server: Closing server connection.
> >
> >etc.
> >
> >3. There is "Network::Error Read failed 6/0" in client who is
> working with
> >proxy on the
> >same machine. In the same time in proxy log these lines appear:
> >
> >01/06/99 08:29:05,Accepted connection from address 192.0.0.123
> >01/06/99 08:29:05,192.0.0.123: Contest desII didn't handle a packet!
> >01/06/99 08:29:05,192.0.0.123: Closing client connection.
> >
> >Below is my rc5desg.ini:
> >
> >[parameters]
> >id=alutze at waw.pdi.net
> >threshold=1000:1000
> >threshold2=1:1
> >count=0
> >hours=0.000000
> >timeslice=65536
> >niceness=0
> >logname=D:\Distributed.Net\logowanie
> >firemode=4
> >cputype=-1
> >messagelen=0
> >smtpsrvr=your.smtp.server
> >smtpport=25
> >smtpfrom=RC5notify
> >smtpdest=you at your.site
> >numcpu=-1
> >checkpointfile=none
> >checkpointfile2=none
> >randomprefix=101
> >preferredcontest=1
> >preferredblocksize=30
> >contestdone=0
> >contestdone2=0
> >lurk=0
> >lurkonly=1
> >runoffline=0
> >nofallback=0
> >keyproxy=192.0.0.123
> >keyport=2064
> >httpproxy=192.0.0.123
> >httpport=2064
> >httpid=
> >
> >[guiwin32]
> >runhidden=0
> >playsound=0
> >customsound=
> >
> >
> >
> >Please help, Artur
> >
> >
> >
> >Here is my proxyper.ini:
> >
> >[KeyServer]
> >ipaddress=euro.v27.distributed.net
> >port=2064
> >connectperiod=60
> >connectivity=lurkonly
> >;bindip=                        ; IP to talk out to keymaster from
> >;uuehttpmode=0; 0=normal,1=uue,2=http,3=http+uue,4=socks4,5=socks5
> >;httpproxy=wwwproxy.corporation.com
> >;httpport=8080
> >;httpid=
> >
> >[ports]
> >;listenaddress=                 ; IP to accept clients on
> >port=2064
> >;port2=23                       ; must be root for ports < 1000
> >;port3=80
> >testport=3064
> >timeout=30
> >
> >[console]
> >detached=0
> >logfileconsole=proxyRC5log
> >logfileconsolerotation=daily
> >consoleverbosity=255
> >
> >[rc564]
> >logfilekeyblock=highlandr
> >logfilekeyblockrotation=yearly
> >minkeysready=100
> >maxkeysready=1000
> >maxkeysdone=1
> >contestclosed=-1971239405
> >
> >[desII]
> >allowdes=1
> >logfilekeyblock=highlandd
> >logfilekeyblockrotation=daily
> >minkeysready=100
> >maxkeysready=10000
> >maxkeysdone=100
> >contestclosed=761383475
> >
> >[misc]
> >proxymessage="ok"
> >pidfile=rc5desproxy.pid
> >logfilecompressor=logcompressor.sh
> >showcumulativestats=1
> >
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