[tahoe-dev] Error TTesting the Public Grid

Frederik Braun Frederik.Braun+tahoe at ruhr-uni-bochum.de
Wed Oct 10 07:47:36 UTC 2012


Yes :)
The public grid is in an unstable state. You should not expect that
files will survive there. The directory (denoted by the URI:DIR2:blabla
string in your URL) you are trying to access is not available on the
grid. That means, that the servers which hosted it went down or lost the
file. You might be able to create an empty directory and use this for
testing though, just see the main page at <http://127.0.0.1:3456/>, this
will also show you how successful your attempts to connect to the grid
were; i.e. did you reach the introducer (the entity that's supposed to
introduce all involved computers with another) and how many storage
nodes your could actually reach.




On 10/10/2012 09:06 AM, Powell Tallen wrote:
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> Dear All,
> I just created my client and I am trying to test my installation using the public Grid (pubgrid) and I got this from the browser:
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> Tahoe-LAFS Directory SI=lzeqv
> Return to Welcome pageRefreshMore info on this directoryRead-Only Version
> Error reading directory:
> UnrecoverableFileError: the directory (or mutable file) could not be retrieved, because there were insufficient good shares. This might indicate that no servers were connected, insufficient servers were connected, the URI was corrupt, or that shares have been lost due to server departure, hard drive failure, or disk corruption. You should perform a filecheck on this object to learn more.
> No upload forms: directory is unreadable
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> The URL on my browser is http://127.0.0.1:3456/uri/URI:DIR2:ctmtx2awdo4xt77x5xxaz6nyxm:n5t546ddvd6xlv4v6se6sjympbdbvo7orwizuzl42urm73sxazqa/
> I am using the introducer.furl and stats_gatherer.furl given in the documentation.
> 
> Please any idea why I am having this?
> Powell
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