Emule V0.50A Stullemule V7.0 It's been a while but here we go again!
Posted 13 May 2012 - 09:58 PM
Here is another problem.
Is there any reason that Stullemule suddenly becomes unresponsive after certain number of files are calculated when trying to IACH so many files like 10 thousands?
I have tried my share files of 9,000 to be IACHed, but every 500 or so (not sure, maybe around 300-700) files are IACHed and then eMule got stalled. The hard disk on which the files are located has no problem, completely readable and writable.
Verbose log just says "2012/05/14 6:52:31: Successfully saved eMuleAC Hashset, 755 Hashs + 1 Masterhash written" or so. There is no warning/error message on this.
The already IACHed files are remembered when restarting eMule again. There is no need to re-IACH the previously IACHed files.
But upload/download actions quite suffer from this problem.
Is there a reason for this or fix on this?
Posted 14 May 2012 - 04:21 AM
No, there will not be a new version of my mods. No, I do not want your PM. No, I am certain, use the board and quit sending PMs. No, I am not kidding, there will not be a new version of my mods just because of YOU asking for it!
Posted 14 May 2012 - 11:47 PM
hashing so many files at once can be problematic.
As a workaround, you can add files to shared folder by groups of 200-300, then reload shared files and wait the hashing to complete. Then add again. Might it help.
Or, try Xtreme (or mods based on it) and turn on "Enable AICHHashset buffer" option. This should help.
And just an advice - hash all files first, and then connect to network.
Posted 15 July 2012 - 10:51 PM
Is there any anti-leeching system that analyzes STATISTIC SESSION (ratio up / down) of another user in order to punish if he is leeching?
Why punish another client based upon session statistics ONLY?
If a client has uploaded 200GB to you, but in current session he's only downloading, then you will punish him?
According to official credit system, we judge a client by his statistics all along.