bandwidth

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 6 06:25 [raw]

bitmessage's management of data bandwidth is atrocious it exchanges with all connected nodes constantly and non stop stream of data to fill up whatever max bandwidth is chosen - if I set max bandwidth to 2048, bitmessage would transfer 100 gigabytes + per day. this is crazy and needs to be fixed.

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 6 06:52 [raw]

Just fuck off, and stop using Bitmessage, you whining bastard! Just delete your Bitmessage software.

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 6 07:06 [raw]

Jesus loves you.

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 6 07:14 [raw]

"Return good for evil ..."

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 6 07:14 [raw]

It appears you already deleted your brain cells. Bitmessage consumes too much bandwidth even for a flood protocol. The software will consume max bandwidth at full throttle non-stop. Something is happening under the hood that should not be happening.

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 6 07:15 [raw]

You forgot "black" before "bastard" this time. You're losing your edge.

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 6 07:47 [raw]

Supporting. I'm using 0.6.3.2-529559d, 72/36 kB/s Down/Up limits, 8/10 outgoing/incoming connections, and the software consumed 364/760 (Up/Down) Mb in just 4 hours.

BM-2cX2BhUsnuUpVaKFKKbEdokgGUhi4dpVFf
Jul 6 09:44 [raw]

Maybe we could offload the download of messages by using bittorrent. I mean, the contents of messages.dat is not sensitive, so theoretically everyone could download the exact same messages.dat once per day and only use their bandwidth for uploading.

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 6 09:52 [raw]

Bug report?

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 6 10:07 [raw]

Are you joking? messages.dat contains all your unencrypted messages.

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 6 22:09 [raw]

You go ahead and upload your messages.dat and we'll see if it's sensitive or not.

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 7 12:08 [raw]

The sync after handshake is inefficient and I did some research on how it can be optimised. The rest are probably just bugs. Peter Surda Bitmessage core developer

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 8 04:47 [raw]

If there's none yet, I will post one. At its current state, bandwidth usage of PyBitmessage is just unrealistic. /Suraquis

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 8 04:56 [raw]

+1

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 8 09:33 [raw]

Nice troll

BM-2cVZCT3YT9c64vsS7RsndzXMPNu82ve2td
Jul 8 12:06 [raw]

> Are you joking? messages.dat contains all your > unencrypted messages. You could operate two separate instances of BM, one as external gateway for picking up and relaying trafick, and another for writing messages. The first instance of running locally would that on which you write your private stuff, and the messages.dat would obviously have to be kept confidential, but the gateway instance would only relay messages externally, and that messages.dat would not contain any private unencrypted messages. Am I correct in assuming that the external gateway instance of BM could share its messages.dat without any compromise to privacy?

[chan] bitmessage
Jul 8 12:47 [raw]

Added my stats to existing issue, https://github.com/Bitmessage/PyBitmessage/issues/986 to prevent creating another one. /Suraquis

BM-NBrTHjVafMjPVeMoFQBiz8giDhxDZUuQ
Jul 9 05:41 [raw]

Try the getdata-fixes branch of the dogs-breakfast fork and see if it alleviates your bandwidth concerns: https://github.com/dogs-breakfast/PyBitmessage/tree/getdata-fixes

[chan] bitmessage
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/Suraquis Jul 15 06:17 11
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peter_surda_privkeys Jul 13 21:30 1
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test Jul 13 10:32 10
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bandwidth Jul 9 05:41 18
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Re: Re: Hello From ZeroNet Bitmessage plugin Jul 8 15:54 1
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Zero-Day Attack Prompts Emergency Patch for Bitmessage Client Jul 8 07:12 2
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1000% bandwidth increase Jul 2 07:29 23
Help Improving Algorithm Jul 2 02:34 9
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PyBitmessage Security Scan on Branch v0.6 Jul 1 12:12 12
Public randomness Jul 1 11:42 5
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DARKNET DIRECTORY ASSISTANCE Jul 1 07:11 2
throttle Jul 1 06:20 5
<<Extended>> decoding error Jul 1 02:03 1
Use Cases, Case Requirements Jun 30 22:29 1
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kivy Jun 30 20:44 9
(no subject) Jun 30 12:40 561
{0} Jun 30 12:12 36
22 Jun 30 11:09 3
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Error Message Jun 29 22:01 1
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IPFS Jun 29 19:36 5
potential bitmessage feature Jun 29 15:50 5
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knownnodes Jun 29 14:29 4
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malicious node Jun 29 11:36 6
Re: malicious node Jun 29 11:33 1
New Inventory and Bandwidth Regulation Scheme Jun 29 10:42 1
GitHub Jun 29 09:24 1
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Shills Jun 29 07:19 2
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TIMESERVICE Jun 27 21:00 3
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Unhandled exception Jun 26 05:11 1
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gonk Jun 25 04:37 1
onionscan update Jun 24 20:06 4
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Testing the DML concept Jun 23 19:03 1
Air Gapped Bitmessage? Jun 23 18:59 7
Why did all my messages vanish? Jun 23 02:57 8
Feature request Jun 23 01:58 2
Reminder Jun 23 01:25 2
Integration with GPG (GnuPG) Jun 22 19:51 3
A question Jun 22 03:39 11
D2A41B229F7BCE6F9B429D3E33A47598 Jun 21 23:39 1
asyncronous data Jun 21 19:37 7
Patch 2 Jun 20 23:05 3
Patch Jun 20 07:36 2
Feature request: delete all messages from user Jun 19 05:52 3
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Feature request: delete all messages from user Jun 18 23:40 1
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