From: Java Dev <javadev@we...> - 2008-08-27 10:21:38
Thanks for this great project!
I'm trying to connect several PC with open-chord, all running this software. Each PC creates only one peer.
I tried the scenario of the manual "Connecting to and using a remote network", what didn't work at this case.
The first PC PC1 creates a new Chord ring, all others (PC2, PC3, ..) are going to join this ring, each with one peer.
A socket on port 4242 is open on PC2. PC2 connects with joinN -port 8080 -bootstrap IP-OF-PEER1:4242 successfully.
But no nodes were exchanged and peer1 on PC1 is not visible with SHOW on PC2. The same with entries. How do I get them synchronized?
Thanks & regards
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From: Sven Kaffille <sven.kaffille@gm...> - 2008-08-27 16:41:12
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Hello nameless user ;-)
> But no nodes were exchanged and peer1 on PC1 is not visible with SHOW on PC2.
The command show does only list local peers (i.e. peers using the
oclocal protocol in the current VM)!
> The same with entries. How do I get them synchronized?
In order to see the entries of the peer (connected to the remote
network) running in the VM with the console you have to use entriesN.
If you want to see the references (predecessor, finger table,
successors) of the local peer you can list them with refsN.
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