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installing eggdrop - problem with disk quota

Postby ninjin » Sat Sep 10, 2005 2:27 pm

i think this screenshot explains it enough:
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i thought that compiling and installing own eggdrop (not the system one) is allowed, so why this ? i don't have any other files on my shell (got it registered yesterday) so what's with the limit?
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Postby ninjin » Sat Sep 10, 2005 3:01 pm

ah... i searched a bit and found this so i will try to remove some modules or i'll copy the system one :)

so it is okay now, i removed few modules and no problem now ;)

sorry for dumb topic :)
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Postby DenisF » Sat Sep 10, 2005 3:01 pm

default compile of eggdrop takes approx. 28 megs total. your shell is limited to 20 megs.

try compiling without the modules that you won't use [make iconfig]
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Postby zoli » Sat Sep 10, 2005 7:41 pm

hopefully, from November disk quota can be raised to at least 40M on every system.

This is not a promise, just a wish so far.
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Postby ninjin » Fri Sep 23, 2005 10:26 pm

hmm now iam having problem,that eggdrop keeps closing connection after some time of uptime usually about 2 days), so i have to start it manually? i went through the config file again but i didnt find anything set up badly..

Somebody knows why it keeps quitting by itself? :(
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Postby Matej » Fri Sep 23, 2005 10:41 pm

What does the eggdrop log say?
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Postby ninjin » Fri Sep 23, 2005 10:49 pm

Matej wrote:What does the eggdrop log say?
strange,but nothing special...
[17:55] @#symbianforum (+pstn) : [m/10 o/5 h/0 v/0 n/5 b/29 e/0 I/0]
[17:55] @#mrkvobot (+pstnl 8) : [m/5 o/5 h/0 v/0 n/0 b/0 e/0 I/0]
***here i came back home and noticed that its not running,so i had to start it again through ssh..
[21:06] sandos joined #symbianforum.
[21:06] sandos joined #mrkvobot.

(part from /logs/eggdrop.log)
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Postby Matej » Sat Sep 24, 2005 12:19 am

Are you using debian? Sadly I don't have a shell account there. (*hint* Zoli - the username is matej if you'll find some time.)

You could try someting like:
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grep eggdrop /var/log/messages* &

or
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grep ninjin /var/log/messages* &

or take a look at the files with a text editor.
But I don't think that you'll have read permision for those files. :(
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Postby ninjin » Sat Sep 24, 2005 10:27 am

yes, iam using debian...
hmm permission denied :P

so what to do? :(
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Postby zoli » Sat Sep 24, 2005 8:19 pm

hi,

There is a process quota on every system, that limits memory and CPU usage.
Your process simply ran out of cpu quota.
Use crontab to restart the process when it is needed.

This measure is neede in order to keep the system alive.
Sometimes eggdrop (and other user) processes get crazy and eat up all available cpu resources. These processes are easily killed by the system (limited by cpu quota) and you may restart your application with a cron process few minutes later.

BTW matej, your debian account is fixed.
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Postby Matej » Sun Sep 25, 2005 1:09 am

Thanks Zoli.
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Postby ninjin » Sun Sep 25, 2005 12:26 pm

ah.. thanks for explanation.. well i thought it might be caused by stats generator script so i took it out half a day before so i will see if it will be ok..
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Postby ninjin » Sun Sep 25, 2005 8:57 pm

hmm nope, it closed the connection again.. so there is nothing i can do with it? :(
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Postby zoli » Sun Sep 25, 2005 10:04 pm

hi,

maybe I was not clear enough... on every polarhome host every process that runs for longer period of time will be killed by the system itself (soon or later - depending of cpu usage). You can not change this behaviour.

What you can do, is to detect when connection is closed and restart your appliaction.
You can use crontab for this purpose.

Another problem could be that the remote host disconnects - but this problem is out of our scope.
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Postby Matej » Mon Sep 26, 2005 12:56 am

Simply use eggdrops botchk script and crontab to automaticaly restart your bot if it goes down.

You can find instructions on egghelp.org - http://www.egghelp.org/setup.htm .
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Postby ninjin » Tue Sep 27, 2005 12:18 pm

Matej wrote:Simply use eggdrops botchk script and crontab to automaticaly restart your bot if it goes down.

You can find instructions on egghelp.org - http://www.egghelp.org/setup.htm .
zoli: ah now i fully understand, thanks :)
Matej: ok, i didn't know about auto-restart of eggdrop, thx, i will take look at the help :)
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Postby ninjin » Fri Dec 30, 2005 6:23 pm

zoli wrote:hopefully, from November disk quota can be raised to at least 40M on every system.

This is not a promise, just a wish so far.
so.. :P will there be some slight raisng of user quotas? i'd like to recompile the egg so i can connect it to botnet,which is already running on another shell..
or is safe,to use the "public" eggdrop? what modules it has installed?
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Postby zoli » Wed Jan 04, 2006 3:29 pm

hi,

I hope that quotas will be raised when I get some time to work with this (and there are some other tasks that need to be completed along).

Otherwise, It is safe to use public eggdrop. It has all default modules installed.
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Postby ninjin » Wed Jan 04, 2006 9:54 pm

zoli wrote:hi,

I hope that quotas will be raised when I get some time to work with this (and there are some other tasks that need to be completed along).

Otherwise, It is safe to use public eggdrop. It has all default modules installed.
oh,good good,so it's possible to add it to botnet,hooray :) k i will use it along with egg in my account as well,until i will be able to recompile it with modules needed :)
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Postby ninjin » Wed Jan 11, 2006 10:47 pm

hey hey hey,it's all good,the preinstalled egg is working,in botnet as well,but got one problem,the bot keeps closing connection (the process got killed perhaps).. i read the faq,but i dont understand,how to configure the botchk for this preinstalled eggdrop,can somebody give me step-by-step guide,how to? sorry,iam noob in this :/
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