Changes between Version 68 and Version 69 of faq


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Oct 19, 2010 11:19:05 AM (9 years ago)
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    119119 * __My active peers / known peers / participating tunnels / connections / bandwidth vary dramatically over time! Is anything wrong? __
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     121        * Normal behavior. The number of known peers will often show high variations in number. This is perfectly normal in situations where you may go offline due to outage, the nature of your connection etc. When Peers are no longer visible, they're expired. And the longer you stay online, the more peers you're likely to know. It's a social thing, I2P!
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    121123 * __My router is using too much CPU?!?__
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    123         * What are you running there cowboy? For optimal I2P performance, a Pentium 3 class or above processor is recommended, with at least 256M onboar ram. The faster your declared speed, the more likely you'll be selected to route tunnels for others, so on a fast connection we recommend a P4 class processor or above, ideally multiicore with at least 512MB system ram. If you're running I2P on legacy hardware, running the operating system headless without a display (headless) on a Linux/Unix based operating system sees best performance results.
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     125        * What are you running there cowboy? For optimal I2P performance, a Pentium 3 class or above processor is recommended, with at least 256M onboard ram. The faster your declared speed, the more likely you'll be selected to route tunnels for others, so on a fast connection we recommend a P4 class processor or above, ideally multi-core with at least 512MB system ram. It is possible to run I2P on slower kit, some users have reported success on Pentium 1 class hardware with 128MB ram.
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    125127 * __My router has very few active peers, is this OK?__
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