[OpenDHT-Users] servers.txt empty
sean.c.rhea at gmail.com
Mon Dec 1 20:23:17 UTC 2008
OpenDHT is now, and will always be (at least from time to time), "on the blink".
It's up to the degree that it's up because it mostly works without me
messing with it. When it stops doing so, I have to go fix it, and
that takes time. It was a Ph.D. project, and I have another job now.
If you want something rock solid, you'll probably have to pay money
for it. Sadly, such is life. If you can pay for it, S3 is pretty
rad, and it's an ideological descendant of all the DHT research. If
you can't pay for it, you'll have to wait for me to get around to
figuring out what's wrong and fixing it.
P.S. I'd love for there to be a way to have users help keep it
running, but that would probably involve something along the lines of
a Byzantine-fault-tolerant DHT, which to my knowledge no one has ever
On Sun, Nov 30, 2008 at 9:44 AM, DrBob <drbob at lunamutt.com> wrote:
> Hi Sean,
> OpenDHT seems to be on the blink recently. Any news?
> Can we (the opendht-users) help at all to keep it running?
> Sean Rhea wrote:
>> It lists 32 for me right now.
>> The number is falling though. Some of the nodes are suffering out of
>> memory errors, and I'm not sure why yet. Work is busy this week, too.
>> On Mon, Nov 17, 2008 at 2:48 PM, Gabriel Maganis <gymaganis at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hello Sean,
>>> http://www.opendht.org/servers.txt is not listing any nodes.
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