Something is really not right with azureus 2.5 / diablo-jdk 1.5
kostikbel at gmail.com
Thu Nov 30 13:25:47 PST 2006
On Thu, Nov 30, 2006 at 01:07:47PM -0800, Tim Clewlow wrote:
> > > FYI - I discovered the internet connection was constantly at 100% u/l due
> > to a
> > > number of people on the LAN doing p2p, so I shaped the external link to
> > only
> > > allow 80% of the real uplink capacity (which creates a 20% buffer to
> > attempt to
> > > mininize collisions on the uplink) and azureus suddenly came back to life.
> > Note
> > > that azureus on the windows box was happy before I shaped the link, but the
> > BSD
> > > version was not. This makes me think the BSD version of azureus gets into
> > > trouble when outgoing packets get lost due to packet collision.
> > >
> > > Tim.
> > Does this thing use nio ?
> It uses the following ports from "java" to build - I dont know if nio is in
> these versions or not:
> -0003 jakarta-commons-cli-1.0,1 /java/jakarta-commons-cli
> -0004 junit-3.8.2 /java/junit
> -0007 diablo-jdk-1.5.0.07.01_1 /java/diablo-jdk15
> -0010 jakarta-commons-lang-2.1 /java/jakarta-commons-lang
> -0037 javavmwrapper-2.3 /java/javavmwrapper
> It also uses the following ports from "net" to build:
> -0006 seda-3.0 /net/seda
> -0034 linc-1.0.3_6 /net/linc
> -0058 samba-libsmbclient-3.0.23c /net/samba-libsmbclient
> -0059 avahi+libdns-0.6.14_3 /net/avahi
Nio is a feature supplied by jdk itself. There is a bug in freebsd port
of jdk in the nio support, see PR java/105482. What you described
could be caused by this bug.
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