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Old January 9th, 2007
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Default Way too many open files :-/

Hello,

When running phex-3.0.99 (self-compiled with LAN-Patch) I very soon get reports about too many open files.

lsof says:
Quote:
java 11111 ce 920r REG 3,1 4334200 6085723 /home/ce/mp3/(everytime the same mp3).mp3
I see this line up to thousand times, till it hits Linux default file Limit of 1024.

I see the open-files go up as soon as somebody downloads a file (the phex suffering the problem is uploading), a simple mp3-file uploaded by phex leaves about 50-100 file descriptors open (even if the download has been finished) - so after about 10mp3's phex runs out of file descriptors. Setting "File.OpenFilesLimit" to 500 also does not help. I have to admit that I only saw this error on Linux machines till now - so maybe theres a bug in the jdk. (Error happend on 1.5.0_10 & 1.6.0 final)
Any ideas what could be wrong, and can I help somehow to detect the problem?

Thank you for all your patience, lg Clemens

Quote:
[ce@localhost lib]$ java -jar phex.jar
java.io.FileNotFoundException: /home/ce/.phex/phex.error.log (Too many open files)
at java.io.FileOutputStream.openAppend(Native Method)
at java.io.FileOutputStream.<init>(FileOutputStream.j ava:177)
at java.io.FileOutputStream.<init>(FileOutputStream.j ava:102)
at java.io.FileWriter.<init>(FileWriter.java:61)
at phex.utils.PhexLogger.writeLogMessage(PhexLogger.j ava:364)
at phex.utils.PhexLogger.error(PhexLogger.java:237)
at phex.utils.NLogger.error(NLogger.java:347)
at phex.share.SharedFilesService$SaveSharedFilesJob.r un(SharedFilesService.java:883)
java.io.FileNotFoundException: /home/ce/.phex/phex.error.log (Too many open files)
at java.io.FileOutputStream.openAppend(Native Method)
at java.io.FileOutputStream.<init>(FileOutputStream.j ava:177)
at java.io.FileOutputStream.<init>(FileOutputStream.j ava:102)
at java.io.FileWriter.<init>(FileWriter.java:61)
at phex.utils.PhexLogger.writeLogMessage(PhexLogger.j ava:364)
at phex.utils.PhexLogger.error(PhexLogger.java:237)
at phex.utils.NLogger.error(NLogger.java:331)
at phex.thex.ThexCalculationWorker.run(ThexCalculatio nWorker.java:49)
at phex.common.RunnerQueueWorker$QueueWorker.run(Runn erQueueWorker.java:117)
at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:619)
java.io.FileNotFoundException: /home/ce/.phex/phex.error.log (Too many open files)
at java.io.FileOutputStream.openAppend(Native Method)
at java.io.FileOutputStream.<init>(FileOutputStream.j ava:177)
at java.io.FileOutputStream.<init>(FileOutputStream.j ava:102)
at java.io.FileWriter.<init>(FileWriter.java:61)
at phex.utils.PhexLogger.writeLogMessage(PhexLogger.j ava:364)
at phex.utils.PhexLogger.error(PhexLogger.java:237)
at phex.utils.NLogger.error(NLogger.java:331)
at phex.thex.ThexCalculationWorker.run(ThexCalculatio nWorker.java:49)
at phex.common.RunnerQueueWorker$QueueWorker.run(Runn erQueueWorker.java:117)
at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:619)
java.io.FileNotFoundException: /home/ce/.phex/phex.error.log (Too many open files)
at java.io.FileOutputStream.openAppend(Native Method)
at java.io.FileOutputStream.<init>(FileOutputStream.j ava:177)
at java.io.FileOutputStream.<init>(FileOutputStream.j ava:102)
at java.io.FileWriter.<init>(FileWriter.java:61)
at phex.utils.PhexLogger.writeLogMessage(PhexLogger.j ava:364)
at phex.utils.PhexLogger.error(PhexLogger.java:237)
at phex.utils.NLogger.error(NLogger.java:331)
at phex.thex.ThexCalculationWorker.run(ThexCalculatio nWorker.java:49)
at phex.common.RunnerQueueWorker$QueueWorker.run(Runn erQueueWorker.java:117)
at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:619)

Last edited by Linuxhippy; January 9th, 2007 at 02:54 PM.
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Old January 10th, 2007
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I attempted to fix this. Only one file is affected. I only did a quick test, so I'm not sure if this works 100% or introduces other problems.

The changes are in:
https://phex.svn.sourceforge.net/svn...hex/phex/trunk
or at:
http://phex.svn.sourceforge.net/view...1=3682&r2=3683

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Old January 10th, 2007
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Default Log Files...

I attached the output of Phex in Debug-Mode, maybe this helps. Its a bzip2'ed txt file, I just appended .txt to be able to upload it.
Attached Files
File Type: txt debugscript.bz2.txt (94.9 KB, 296 views)
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Old January 10th, 2007
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Hi again,

Thanks a lot for your efforts! The "too many open file" Problem has now gone away :-)

However now I see another problem. When downloading some files in the lan the downloading client shows "Waiting" and the Candidate state says "Http Error". However about 50% of all downloads complete successful.

The uploading phex-client throws the following exceptions (LogLevel=INFO):
Quote:
070110 15:52:15,0019(99) Warn/phex.upload.UploadEngine:: java.net.SocketException: Connection reset - Exception: java.net.SocketException: Connection reset
at java.net.SocketOutputStream.socketWrite(SocketOutp utStream.java:96)
at java.net.SocketOutputStream.write(SocketOutputStre am.java:136)
at phex.utils.BandwidthOutputStream.write(BandwidthOu tputStream.java:71)
at phex.utils.GnutellaOutputStream.write(GnutellaOutp utStream.java:74)
at phex.utils.GnutellaOutputStream.write(GnutellaOutp utStream.java:63)
at phex.net.connection.Connection.write(Connection.ja va:137)
at phex.upload.UploadEngine.sendHTTPResponse(UploadEn gine.java:816)
at phex.upload.UploadEngine.evaluateHTTPRequest(Uploa dEngine.java:699)
at phex.upload.UploadEngine.startUpload(UploadEngine. java:167)
at phex.upload.UploadManager.handleUploadRequest(Uplo adManager.java:130)
at phex.connection.IncomingConnectionDispatcher.run(I ncomingConnectionDispatcher.java:115)
at phex.common.ThreadPool$Worker.run(ThreadPool.java: 280)

070110 15:52:16,0982(99) Warn/phex.upload.UploadEngine:: java.net.SocketException: Connection reset - Exception: java.net.SocketException: Connection reset
at java.net.SocketOutputStream.socketWrite(SocketOutp utStream.java:96)
at java.net.SocketOutputStream.write(SocketOutputStre am.java:136)
at phex.utils.BandwidthOutputStream.write(BandwidthOu tputStream.java:71)
at phex.utils.GnutellaOutputStream.write(GnutellaOutp utStream.java:74)
at phex.utils.GnutellaOutputStream.write(GnutellaOutp utStream.java:63)
at phex.net.connection.Connection.write(Connection.ja va:137)
at phex.upload.UploadEngine.sendHTTPResponse(UploadEn gine.java:816)
at phex.upload.UploadEngine.evaluateHTTPRequest(Uploa dEngine.java:699)
at phex.upload.UploadEngine.startUpload(UploadEngine. java:167)
at phex.upload.UploadManager.handleUploadRequest(Uplo adManager.java:130)
at phex.connection.IncomingConnectionDispatcher.run(I ncomingConnectionDispatcher.java:115)
at phex.common.ThreadPool$Worker.run(ThreadPool.java: 280)

070110 15:52:18,0204(99) Warn/phex.upload.UploadEngine:: java.net.SocketException: Connection reset - Exception: java.net.SocketException: Connection reset
at java.net.SocketOutputStream.socketWrite(SocketOutp utStream.java:96)
at java.net.SocketOutputStream.write(SocketOutputStre am.java:136)
at phex.utils.BandwidthOutputStream.write(BandwidthOu tputStream.java:71)
at phex.utils.GnutellaOutputStream.write(GnutellaOutp utStream.java:74)
at phex.utils.GnutellaOutputStream.write(GnutellaOutp utStream.java:63)
at phex.net.connection.Connection.write(Connection.ja va:137)
at phex.upload.UploadEngine.sendHTTPResponse(UploadEn gine.java:816)
at phex.upload.UploadEngine.evaluateHTTPRequest(Uploa dEngine.java:699)
at phex.upload.UploadEngine.startUpload(UploadEngine. java:167)
at phex.upload.UploadManager.handleUploadRequest(Uplo adManager.java:130)
at phex.connection.IncomingConnectionDispatcher.run(I ncomingConnectionDispatcher.java:115)
at phex.common.ThreadPool$Worker.run(ThreadPool.java: 280)

070110 15:52:19,0079(99) Info/IncomingMessages.Dropped:: Dropping message: Dropping already seen ping from: Host[192.168.48.175:5555,Phex 3.0.0.99,State=CONNECTED]
070110 15:52:19,0079(99) Info/IncomingMessages.Dropped:: Dropping message: Dropping already seen ping from: Host[192.168.48.175:5555,Phex 3.0.0.99,State=CONNECTED]
070110 15:52:19,0130(99) Info/IncomingMessages.Dropped:: Dropping message: Dropping already seen ping from: Host[192.168.48.177:5555,Phex 3.0.0.99,State=CONNECTED]
070110 15:52:24,0080(99) Info/IncomingMessages.Dropped:: Dropping message: Dropping already seen ping from: Host[192.168.48.175:5555,Phex 3.0.0.99,State=CONNECTED]
070110 15:52:24,0081(99) Info/IncomingMessages.Dropped:: Dropping message: Dropping already seen ping from: Host[192.168.48.175:5555,Phex 3.0.0.99,State=CONNECTED]
070110 15:52:24,0135(99) Info/IncomingMessages.Dropped:: Dropping message: Dropping already seen ping from: Host[192.168.48.177:5555,Phex 3.0.0.99,State=CONNECTED]
070110 15:52:25,0962(99) Warn/phex.upload.UploadEngine:: java.net.SocketException: Connection reset - Exception: java.net.SocketException: Connection reset
at java.net.SocketOutputStream.socketWrite(SocketOutp utStream.java:96)
at java.net.SocketOutputStream.write(SocketOutputStre am.java:136)
at phex.utils.BandwidthOutputStream.write(BandwidthOu tputStream.java:71)
at phex.utils.GnutellaOutputStream.write(GnutellaOutp utStream.java:74)
at phex.utils.GnutellaOutputStream.write(GnutellaOutp utStream.java:63)
at phex.net.connection.Connection.write(Connection.ja va:137)
at phex.upload.UploadEngine.sendHTTPResponse(UploadEn gine.java:816)
at phex.upload.UploadEngine.evaluateHTTPRequest(Uploa dEngine.java:699)
at phex.upload.UploadEngine.startUpload(UploadEngine. java:167)
at phex.upload.UploadManager.handleUploadRequest(Uplo adManager.java:130)
at phex.connection.IncomingConnectionDispatcher.run(I ncomingConnectionDispatcher.java:115)
at phex.common.ThreadPool$Worker.run(ThreadPool.java: 280)

070110 15:52:26,0145(99) Warn/phex.upload.UploadEngine:: java.net.SocketException: Connection reset - Exception: java.net.SocketException: Connection reset
at java.net.SocketOutputStream.socketWrite(SocketOutp utStream.java:96)
at java.net.SocketOutputStream.write(SocketOutputStre am.java:136)
at phex.utils.BandwidthOutputStream.write(BandwidthOu tputStream.java:71)
at phex.utils.GnutellaOutputStream.write(GnutellaOutp utStream.java:74)
at phex.utils.GnutellaOutputStream.write(GnutellaOutp utStream.java:63)
at phex.net.connection.Connection.write(Connection.ja va:137)
at phex.upload.UploadEngine.sendHTTPResponse(UploadEn gine.java:816)
at phex.upload.UploadEngine.evaluateHTTPRequest(Uploa dEngine.java:699)
at phex.upload.UploadEngine.startUpload(UploadEngine. java:167)
at phex.upload.UploadManager.handleUploadRequest(Uplo adManager.java:130)
at phex.connection.IncomingConnectionDispatcher.run(I ncomingConnectionDispatcher.java:115)
at phex.common.ThreadPool$Worker.run(ThreadPool.java: 280)

070110 15:52:29,0081(99) Info/IncomingMessages.Dropped:: Dropping message: Dropping already seen ping from: Host[192.168.48.175:5555,Phex 3.0.0.99,State=CONNECTED]
070110 15:52:29,0082(99) Info/IncomingMessages.Dropped:: Dropping message: Dropping already seen ping from: Host[192.168.48.175:5555,Phex 3.0.0.99,State=CONNECTED]
070110 15:52:29,0140(99) Info/IncomingMessages.Dropped:: Dropping message: Dropping already seen ping from: Host[192.168.48.177:5555,Phex 3.0.0.99,State=CONNECTED]
070110 15:52:34,0083(99) Info/IncomingMessages.Dropped:: Dropping message: Dropping already seen ping from: Host[192.168.48.175:5555,Phex 3.0.0.99,State=CONNECTED]
070110 15:52:34,0083(99) Info/IncomingMessages.Dropped:: Dropping message: Dropping already seen ping from: Host[192.168.48.175:5555,Phex 3.0.0.99,State=CONNECTED]
070110 15:52:34,0145(99) Info/IncomingMessages.Dropped:: Dropping message: Dropping already seen ping from: Host[192.168.48.177:5555,Phex 3.0.0.99,State=CONNECTED]
070110 15:52:39,0084(99) Info/IncomingMessages.Dropped:: Dropping message: Dropping already seen ping from: Host[192.168.48.175:5555,Phex 3.0.0.99,State=CONNECTED]
070110 15:52:39,0084(99) Info/IncomingMessages.Dropped:: Dropping message: Dropping already seen ping from: Host[192.168.48.175:5555,Phex 3.0.0.99,State=CONNECTED]
070110 15:52:39,0150(99) Info/IncomingMessages.Dropped:: Dropping message: Dropping already seen ping from: Host[192.168.48.177:5555,Phex 3.0.0.99,State=CONNECTED]
070110 15:52:44,0085(99) Info/IncomingMessages.Dropped:: Dropping message: Dropping already seen ping from: Host[192.168.48.175:5555,Phex 3.0.0.99,State=CONNECTED]
070110 15:52:44,0086(99) Info/IncomingMessages.Dropped:: Dropping message: Dropping already seen ping from: Host[192.168.48.175:5555,Phex 3.0.0.99,State=CONNECTED]
070110 15:52:44,0155(99) Info/IncomingMessages.Dropped:: Dropping message: Dropping already seen ping from: Host[192.168.48.177:5555,Phex 3.0.0.99,State=CONNECTED]
070110 15:52:49,0086(99) Info/IncomingMessages.Dropped:: Dropping message: Dropping already seen ping from: Host[192.168.48.175:5555,Phex 3.0.0.99,State=CONNECTED]
070110 15:52:49,0087(99) Info/IncomingMessages.Dropped:: Dropping message: Dropping already seen ping from: Host[192.168.48.175:5555,Phex 3.0.0.99,State=CONNECTED]
070110 15:52:49,0160(99) Info/IncomingMessages.Dropped:: Dropping message: Dropping already seen ping from: Host[192.168.48.177:5555,Phex 3.0.0.99,State=CONNECTED]
Any ideas what could be wrong now?

Thank you many many times, Clemens
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Old January 10th, 2007
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Difficult to say... it seems to be the download side which decides to closes the connection...

BTW: Using Log4J makes logging output much easier to configure, here is a little doc
http://www.phex.org/wiki/index.php/Logging_API

This is an example log4j.properties:

Code:
log4j.rootLogger=DEBUG, Console, StandardFile, ErrorFile
log4j.logger.IncomingMessages=WARN
log4j.logger.IncomingMessages.Dropped=WARN
log4j.logger.OUTGOING_MESSAGES=WARN
log4j.logger.LOCALIZATION=WARN
log4j.logger.BANDWIDTH=WARN
log4j.logger.UDP_OUTGOING_MESSAGES=INFO
log4j.logger.UDP_INCOMING_MESSAGES=DEBUG

log4j.logger.phex.common.file=WARN
log4j.logger.phex.common.file.ManagedFileInputStream=WARN
log4j.additivity.phex.common.file.ManagedFileInputStream=false
log4j.logger.phex.common.file.ManagedFileOutputStream=WARN
log4j.additivity.phex.common.file.ManagedFileOutputStream=false

log4j.logger.org.apache.commons.httpclient=WARN, StandardFile, ErrorFile
log4j.logger.httpclient.wire=WARN, StandardFile, ErrorFile

#### Console Appender ####
log4j.appender.Console=org.apache.log4j.ConsoleAppender
log4j.appender.Console.layout=org.apache.log4j.PatternLayout
log4j.appender.Console.layout.ConversionPattern=%d{yyMMdd HH:mm:ss,SSS} %-5p/%c [%t]:: %m%n

#### Standard File Appender ####
log4j.appender.StandardFile=org.apache.log4j.RollingFileAppender
log4j.appender.StandardFile.File=phex.l4j.log
log4j.appender.StandardFile.MaxFileSize=1024KB
log4j.appender.StandardFile.MaxBackupIndex=5
log4j.appender.StandardFile.layout=org.apache.log4j.PatternLayout
log4j.appender.StandardFile.layout.ConversionPattern=%d{yyMMdd HH:mm:ss,SSS}(%r) %-5p/%c [%t]:: %m%n

#### Error File Appender ####
log4j.appender.ErrorFile=org.apache.log4j.RollingFileAppender
log4j.appender.ErrorFile.File=phex.error.l4j.log
log4j.appender.ErrorFile.MaxFileSize=512KB
log4j.appender.ErrorFile.MaxBackupIndex=1
log4j.appender.ErrorFile.Threshold=ERROR
log4j.appender.ErrorFile.layout=org.apache.log4j.PatternLayout
log4j.appender.ErrorFile.layout.ConversionPattern=%d{yyMMdd HH:mm:ss,SSS}(%r) %-5p/%c [%t]:: %m%n
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To help debug this better try to add the following line to your phexCorePrefs.properties:

Download.CandidateLogBufferSize = 1000000
Upload.UploadStateLogBufferSize = 1000000

This gives 1MB of memory data for storing candidate and upload log. You will see a Log Button on the candidate and upload toolbar. Pressing it shows the log of the candidate/upload.
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Thanks for the logging tips.

You're right, it seems the client receives garbage and then resets the connection:

Quote:
070110 16:39:45,0346(99) Debug/phex.common.file.ManagedFile:: Closing file.
070110 16:39:45,0346(99) Debug/phex.common.file.ManagedFile::
Releasing phex.common.file.ManagedFile@bbaa16,...wnload.xml.bak,access:READ_WRITE_ACCESS
070110 16:39:45,0347(99) Debug/Download.Manager:: Finished saving
download list...
070110 16:39:45,0315(99) Debug/UDP_OUTGOING_MESSAGES:: 1
070110 16:39:45,0339(99) Debug/BANDWIDTH:: [DownloadThrottle 100363]
!Mark bytes used 355 - remaining: 70669.
070110 16:39:45,0337(99) Debug/BANDWIDTH::
[DownloadFile-phex.download.swarming.SWDownloadFile@17aa55b fe087b]
!Mark bytes used 225 - remaining: 2147433106.
070110 16:39:45,0315(99) Debug/UDP_OUTGOING_MESSAGES:: guid :
D16920B0-03B3-6F32-FF0D-CA7242438500 successfully added to routing
table for udp ping :
Ping[ HEX=[C3835343504101] ]
070110 16:39:45,0310(99) Warn/Download.Worker::
phex.http.HTTPMessageException: HTTP response status code has invalid
lenth: E{3X?"?d
fSH+hH,*`Bm?]%l𕷎y2*c?zv4g m?)
Line: 5U8 KL|oˎC׹Ҧ'"`SOi"Ugj9
qkEs|2)n+?pZ-'f LG(r)[3;vg}}W*O"E[\IdeȜK궿Z
1*ƒ>X84H'*'柰U9Sh7)gMKr'XS (QJUPXrI)(r)YĻQ.=bb
E{3X?"?d fSH+hH,*`Bm?]%l𕷎y2*c?zv4g
m?) - Exception: phex.http.HTTPMessageException: HTTP response status
code has invalid lenth: E{3X?"?d
fSH+hH,*`Bm?]%l𕷎y2*c?zv4g m?)
Line: 5U8 KL|oˎC׹Ҧ'"`SOi"Ugj9
qkEs|2)n+?pZ-'f LG(r)[3;vg}}W*O"E[\IdeȜK궿Z
1*ƒ>X84H'*'柰U9Sh7)gMKr'XS (QJUPXrI)(r)YĻQ.=bb
E{3X?"?d fSH+hH,*`Bm?]%l𕷎y2*c?zv4g
m?)
at phex.http.HTTPProcessor.parseHTTPResponse(HTTPProc essor.java:209)
at phex.download.DownloadEngine.exchangeHTTPHandshake (DownloadEngine.java:160)
at phex.download.swarming.SWDownloadWorker.exchangeHT TPHandshake(SWDownloadWorker.java:512)
at phex.download.swarming.SWDownloadWorker.startDownl oad(SWDownloadWorker.java:689)
at phex.download.swarming.SWDownloadWorker.handleDown load(SWDownloadWorker.java:259)
at phex.download.swarming.SWDownloadWorker.run(SWDown loadWorker.java:149)
at phex.common.ThreadPool$Worker.run(ThreadPool.java: 280)

or later:
Quote:
070110 16:39:49,0022(99) Debug/BANDWIDTH:: [DownloadThrottle 100363]
!Mark bytes used 2048 - remaining: 64958.
070110 16:39:49,0023(99) Debug/BANDWIDTH:: [PhexThrottle 179935d]
!Mark bytes used 2048 - remaining: 1863170.
070110 16:39:49,0024(99) Debug/Download.Worker:: Download worker has
been instructed to stop downloading:
[SWDownloadWorker@bc22eb:running:true,tempWorker:fa lse,enginehex.download.DownloadEngine@657c7b]
070110 16:39:49,0024(99) Debug/Download.Engine:: Closing pipe and
socket and telling segment we've stopped.
070110 16:39:49,0024(99) Debug/Network:: Disconnecting socket
phex.net.repres.def.DefaultSocketFacade@497536
070110 16:39:49,0024(99) Warn/Download.Worker::
phex.http.HTTPMessageException: HTTP response has no version:
qH{?~wPSs5L5gfU ǧM>i<lY%'s¤
D@Ķ"?%4
$?%ClG8%*$c2`JL?.qaC& ( r)us's'ͳoN|?;_oq 9Ql@ĹAX@
? , - Exception: phex.http.HTTPMessageException: HTTP response has
no version: qH{?~wPSs5L5gfU
ǧM>i<lY%'s¤ D@Ķ"?%4
$?%ClG8%*$c2`JL?.qaC& ( r)us's'ͳoN|?;_oq 9Ql@ĹAX@
? ,
at phex.http.HTTPProcessor.parseHTTPResponse(HTTPProc essor.java:201)
at phex.download.DownloadEngine.exchangeHTTPHandshake (DownloadEngine.java:160)
at phex.download.swarming.SWDownloadWorker.exchangeHT TPHandshake(SWDownloadWorker.java:512)
at phex.download.swarming.SWDownloadWorker.startDownl oad(SWDownloadWorker.java:689)
at phex.download.swarming.SWDownloadWorker.handleDown load(SWDownloadWorker.java:259)
at phex.download.swarming.SWDownloadWorker.run(SWDown loadWorker.java:149)
at phex.common.ThreadPool$Worker.run(ThreadPool.java: 280)
lg Clemens
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Seems to be the remaining of the buffer. I missed to limit it.
The fix attempt is in UploadEngine.java again.
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Thanks for the fix.

I now have another problem:

1.) First everything works as it should, but after a few files have been downloaded speed goes to ~10.0kb/s, strange is that in the "Upload"-Tag only 16kb entries are shown.
I attached a screenshot to illustrate that behaviour.
The slow downloading starts to happen as soon as the 16k uploads begin. I also saw 20kB, 40Kb and 60Kb uploads, but all in this category as soon as the slowdown occurs.

2.) Only a few files come to "Completed!" status, others stuck at "Downloading 100%" with all bytes downloaded. This has been so since the biginning, does not bother me if files are really completly downloaded.

The most strange thing is that from machine A-> machine B this never happens, all downloads complete and are always fast. So this happens just from B->A, no firewall.

lg Clemens

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Its seems out of what ever reason the download connection between the two is interrupted and the download restarts. Since the segment size is 16K this happens every 16K. Raising the default segment size and target time might help.

You don't need small segments on LAN anyway. Download speed should be so high that you can easily use values above 1MB, and since you most likely only have one source segmentation, which enables swarming, is not necessary anyway.

The other question is why Phex looses connection, or thinks at some point that it cant use persistent keep-alive connections.
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