On 1 Dec 2006, bpringle@... wrote:
> I have tried to re-starting gtkg. It ran for 2hours in one
> instance. Each time it re-runs, I am udp firewalled (frobicated or
> whatever). I can run guppy on limewire ultras and get udp GUIDs.
> I could change my port, but I would then be "obsolete" to all of the
> other nodes that have cached my info.
> Is anyone else experiencing this?
Regressing to revision 12529 solves the problem. I have these
* 12529 src/lib/vmm.c
* 12529 src/lib/hashtable.c
* 12529 src/lib/halloc.c
* 12529 src/lib/halloc.h
* 12529 src/lib/Jmakefile
* 12529 src/lib/Makefile.SH
* 12529 src/lib
* 12529 src/core/sockets.c
* 12529 src/core/tx_link.c
* 12529 src/core/pmsg.c
* 12529 src/core/pmsg.h
* 12529 src/core/uhc.c
* 12529 src/core/settings.c
* 12529 src/core/bh_upload.c
* 12529 src/core/nodes.c
* 12529 src/main.c
* 12529 src/common.h
The only change I see that I think is possible is in nodes.c...
* Because the pseudo UDP nodes reference the UDP sockets,
* we have to disable these first.
if (udp_node && udp_node->socket)
if (udp6_node && udp6_node->socket)
I commented out the last two lines and everything seems to be ok. I
have no idea what the problem is. This was the only udp change that
seemed like it might have this effect.