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  • mbanditt
    ... Thanks for the info. I now have installed amuled on my OpenDebianSlug. In general, it works fine. However, its resource requirements are quite a lot for
    Message 1 of 17 , Oct 3, 2005
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      --- In nslu2-linux@yahoogroups.com, "ramiro_barreiro69"
      <ramiro_barreiro69@y...> wrote:
      >
      > This is what top says:
      >
      > Mem: 29668K used, 1012K free, 0K shrd, 220K buff, 13772K cached Load
      > average: 1.29, 1.72, 1.91
      > (State: S=sleeping R=running, W=waiting)
      >
      > PID USER STATUS RSS PPID %CPU %MEM COMMAND
      > 1050 amule S < 9768 1 30.8 31.8 amuled
      > 4072 root R 860 3805 1.3 2.8 top
      > 3804 root S 900 920 0.3 2.9 dropbear
      > 964 root SW 0 1 0.3 0.0 nfsd
      > 130 root SW 0 1 0.1 0.0 usb-storage
      > 1054 amule S 9768 1051 0.0 31.8 amuled
      > 1051 amule S 9768 1050 0.0 31.8 amuled
      > 1055 amule S 2028 1053 0.0 6.6 amuleweb
      > 1056 amule S 2028 1055 0.0 6.6 amuleweb
      > 1053 amule S 2028 1050 0.0 6.6 amuleweb
      > 3805 root S 800 3804 0.0 2.6 sh
      > 988 root S 356 1 0.0 1.1 nmbd
      > 303 root S 256 1 0.0 0.8 klogd
      > 973 root S 256 1 0.0 0.8 mountd
      > 301 root S 220 1 0.0 0.7 syslogd
      > 1 root S 60 0 0.0 0.1 init
      > 920 root S 52 1 0.0 0.1 dropbear
      > 810 daemon S 52 1 0.0 0.1 portmap
      > 984 root S 20 1 0.0 0.0 smbd
      >
      > Sometimes amuled reaches 75% CPU. It is necessary to do 'renice -20
      > PID' for amuled not to lock.

      Thanks for the info. I now have installed amuled on my OpenDebianSlug.
      In general, it works fine. However, its resource requirements are
      quite a lot for the small slug.

      Top reports the following on my turboslug:

      top - 11:04:52 up 6 days, 18:36, 4 users, load average: 2.18, 2.22,
      2.33
      Tasks: 52 total, 2 running, 50 sleeping, 0 stopped, 0 zombie
      Cpu(s): 4.2% us, 20.6% sy, 74.8% ni, 0.0% id, 0.0% wa, 0.0% hi,
      0.3% si
      Mem: 30680k total, 29560k used, 1120k free, 276k
      buffers
      Swap: 192772k total, 57456k used, 135316k free, 4280k
      cached

      PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ SWAP
      COMMAND
      1421 michael 38 19 68344 18m 2712 R 80.2 61.1 239:44.28 48m
      amuled
      1422 michael 34 19 68344 18m 2712 S 0.0 61.1 0:00.41 48m
      amuled
      1425 michael 34 19 68344 18m 2712 S 0.0 61.1 0:17.61 48m
      amuled
      541 michael 15 0 3552 720 232 S 0.6 2.3 10:04.71 2832
      screen
      754 michael 16 0 3356 624 456 S 14.6 2.0 295:28.64 2732
      nload
      ...

      CPU usage varies from 40% to 80%, and idle time from 40 to 0%. With
      about 70MB of RAM needed, it is quite heavy on the small slug. For
      sure, a fattening of the slug would be very useful, as frequently the
      cpu time is used up to 40% for waits.

      I don't use amuleweb as it needs another 17MB.

      Using nice I gave amuled a very low priority in order not to stall the
      whole system (what it still sometimes does as virtual memory swaps
      take over too much time).

      I am still not sure, whether this is really usable on the slug or if
      it's just fully overloaded. But at least it's working.

      Cheers,

      Michael
    • ramiro_barreiro69
      ... It IS perfectly usable. Now I start amuled without amuleweb, and then do a renice -20 on the first amuled instance (lowest PID). It works perfectly well,
      Message 2 of 17 , Oct 3, 2005
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        > I am still not sure, whether this is really usable on the slug or if
        > it's just fully overloaded. But at least it's working.

        It IS perfectly usable. Now I start amuled without amuleweb, and then
        do a renice -20 on the first amuled instance (lowest PID). It works
        perfectly well, although requires a lot of CPU when a big file is
        completing. See this:

        aMulecmd$ stats
        > Connected to DonkeyServer No1 [62.241.53.2:4242] with HighID
        > Download: 21 KB/sec
        > Upload: 16 KB/sec
        > Clients in queue: 1118
        > Total sources: 653

        aMulecmd$ statistics
        > Statistics
        > Uptime: 15:48 hours
        > Transfer
        > Session UL:DL Ratio (Total): 1 : 1.14
        > Uploads
        > Uploaded Data (Session (Total)): 868.23 MB (9.01 GB)
        > Total Overhead (Packets): 8.94 MB (156K)
        > File Request Overhead (Packets): 4.85 MB (88K)
        > Source Exchange Overhead (Packets): 463 KB (637)
        > Server Overhead (Packets): 74 KB (7K)
        > Active Uploads: 9
        > Waiting Uploads: 1110
        > Total successful upload sessions: 265
        > Total failed upload sessions: 20
        > Average upload time: 28:35 mins
        ...

        > Cheers,
        >
        > Michael

        Cheers,
        Ramiro
      • Robert Demski
        Is any posibility to cross-compile aMule in OE environment? I tried but I had problems with compiling wxbase in native OE too:( Will be nice installing from
        Message 3 of 17 , Dec 21, 2005
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          Is any posibility to cross-compile aMule in OE environment?
          I tried but I had problems with compiling wxbase in native OE too:(
          Will be nice installing from *.ipk

          ramiro_barreiro69 wrote:

          > Hi.
          >
          > I've created a wiki page with a little howto for building amuled.
          > The URL is http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/Main/HowToRunAmuleDaemon
          >
          > Cheers
          >
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        • teosog
          I also got problems compiling wxBase in openSlug. And also with GD. It would be great to have wxBase and GD ipk. Are there any concrete versions of wxbase and
          Message 4 of 17 , Dec 31, 2005
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            I also got problems compiling wxBase in openSlug. And also with GD.
            It would be great to have wxBase and GD ipk.
            Are there any concrete versions of wxbase and gd that work for openslug?
            thank you
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            > Is any posibility to cross-compile aMule in OE environment?
            > I tried but I had problems with compiling wxbase in native OE too:(
            > Will be nice installing from *.ipk
            >
            > ramiro_barreiro69 wrote:
            >
            > > Hi.
            > >
            > > I've created a wiki page with a little howto for building amuled.
            > > The URL is http://www.nslu2-linux.org/wiki/Main/HowToRunAmuleDaemon
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            > > Cheers
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