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21 August 2011

Gnunet: usage

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Gnunet's comands

Codice:
$ apropos gnunet
gnunet-arm (1)       - control GNUnet services
gnunet-directory (1) - display directories
gnunet-download (1)  - a command line interface for downloading files from GNUnet
gnunet-gtk (1)       - a gtk interface for accessing GNUnet
gnunet-monkey (1)    - automatically debugging for services
gnunet-nat-server (1) - help GNUnet setup test network setup with NAT
gnunet-peerinfo (1)  - Display information about other peers.
gnunet-pseudonym (1) - create, delete or list pseudonyms
gnunet-publish (1)   - a command line interface for publishing new content into GNUnet
gnunet-search (1)    - a command line interface to search for content on GNUnet
gnunet-setup (1)     - a gtk interface to configure GNUnet
gnunet-statistics (1) - Display statistics about your GNUnet system
gnunet-transport (1) - a tool to test a GNUnet transport service
gnunet-unindex (1)   - a command line interface for deleting indexed files from GNUnet

premendo il tasto(autocompletion) Tab-Tab
$ gnunet-
gnunet-arm                             gnunet-service-core
gnunet-core-list-connections           gnunet-service-datastore
gnunet-daemon-hostlist                 gnunet-service-dht
gnunet-daemon-topology                 gnunet-service-dv
gnunet-dht-get                         gnunet-service-fs
gnunet-dht-get-peer                    gnunet-service-nse
gnunet-dht-put                         gnunet-service-peerinfo
gnunet-directory                       gnunet-service-resolver
gnunet-download                        gnunet-service-statistics
gnunet-gtk                             gnunet-service-template
gnunet-helper-nat-client               gnunet-service-transport
gnunet-helper-nat-server               gnunet-setup
gnunet-nat-server                      gnunet-statistics
gnunet-peerinfo                        gnunet-template
gnunet-pseudonym                       gnunet-transport
gnunet-publish                         gnunet-transport-certificate-creation
gnunet-resolver                        gnunet-transport-list-connections
gnunet-search                          gnunet-unindex
gnunet-service-arm                     


Search & Download attraverso cli


dopo aver fatto eseguire il server gnunet(gnunet-arm -s)

search content in gnunet's net
Codice:
harrykar@harrysas:~$ gnunet-search -t6 GPL
#0:
gnunet-download -o "gpl-3.0.txt" gnunet://fs/chk/PC0M19QMQC0BPSHR6BGA228PP6INER1D610MGEMOMEM87222FN8HVUO7PQGO0O9HD2GVLHF2N5IDHEQUNK6LKE428FPO96SKQEA486O.PG7K85JGQ6N599MD5HEP3CHEVFPKQD9JB6NPSLVA3T1SKDS66CFI499VS6MGQ88B0QUAVT1282TCRD4GGFVUKDLGI8F0SPIANA3J2LG.35147


ove(La ricerca porta a risultati unici):
0.  gnunet-search: il cmd
1.  GPL: è il termine di ricerca
2. PC0M19QMQC0BPSHR6BGA228PP6INER1D610MGEMOMEM87222FN8HVUO7...: key-hash
3.  PG7K85JGQ6N599MD5HEP3CHEVFPKQD9JB6NPSLVA3T1SKDS66CFI499VS6...: query-hash
4.  Opzionalmente ci sarebbe la descrizione, il mimetype ed altri metadati(qui mancano)
5.  35147: dimensione contenuto (in bytes)
6.  gnunet-download -o "gpl-3.0.txt" gnunet://fs/chk/PC0M19Q.... :   Per scaricarlo non bisogna tener memoria del cmd e delle hash vengono suggerite dall' output di gnunet-search. Basta fare un copy-past
7.  NB: Se diamo il cmd senza -tn (ove n=6 --nel esempio su-- sono i secondi di ricerca dopo di chè ritorna il prompt) dobbiamo dare Ctrl-C per avere il prompt indietro

The keywords are case-sensitive.  gnunet-search can be used both for a search
       in the global namespace as well as for searching a private subspace.



query-hash, key-hash: content(plaintext)-->Key-hash(key for decrypting the file)-->Content Encryption-->hash of Encrypted content=query-hash(used to request-search the content)



download the file
Codice:
harrykar@harrysas:~$ gnunet-download -o "gpl-3.0.txt" gnunet://fs/chk/PC0M19QMQC0BPSHR6BGA228PP6INER1D610MGEMOMEM87222FN8UO7PQGO0O9HD2GVLHF2N5IDHEQUNK6LKE428FPO96SKQEA486O.PG7K85JGQ6N599MD5HEP3CHEVFPKQD9JB6NPSLVA3T1SKDS66CFI499VS6MGQ88B0QUAVT1282TCRD4GGFVUKDLGI8F0SPIANA3J2LG.35147
Downloading `gpl-3.0.txt' done (1072 KiB/s).

ove:
0.  gnunet-download: cmd
1.  -o: opzione(sta per output file) che specifica il percorso del file da salvare(qui nella /home)
2.  "gpl-3.0.txt" : è il filename consigliato(da salvare nella propria /home dato che diamo il cmd mentre siamo in /home e non specifichiamo un path)



Search & Download con gnunet-gtk (Gui)


dopo aver fatto eseguire il server gnunet(gnunet-arm -s)

gnunet-gtk Search
1. File sharing > search [o Ctrl-S]:  ottengo la dialog window in Screenshot-1.png.
2. Compilo il campo di ricerca con la keyword di ricerca(attenzione è case-sensitive): GPL nel nostro caso  per trovare il file test GPL e ottengo Screenshot-2.png.
3. clik sul file trovato nella sez a sx in Screenshot-2.png e ottengo i metadati del file nella sez. a dx --gnunet-gtk-0_9pre03.png--


gnunet-gtk Download 
1. Clik dx sul file nella sez sx in gnunet-gtk-0_9pre03.png > Copy URI
2. Ctrl-D o File sharing > Download file e paste l' Uri in Screenshot-Download from URI.png e
3. clik su Execute. Scegliere un posto ove immagazzinare il file tipo una dir ~/Gnunet e il nome tipo gpl3_prova
4.  Download del file. Nella sez sx in gnunet-gtk-0_9pre03.png il colore della selezione del file diventa verde e spariscono i metadati dalla sez dx


Publish content


Ossia mettere a disposizione(in share) del contenuto(files, directories --cartelle--). Dato che bittorent è parecchio conosciuto faccio dei paralleli per capire meglio somiglianze differenze.

A differenza di bittorent

In order to share files with other GNUnet users, the files  must  first be  made  available to GNUnet.  GNUnet does not automatically share all files from a certain directory.  In fact, even  files  that  are  downloaded are not automatically shared.

Il concetto del pseudonimo o namespace--Protezione per lo spam

gnunet-pseudonym  is  a tool for managing pseudonyms and namespaces. A pseudonym is the persona that controls a namespace.   As  such,  it  is identical  to  a public-private RSA key pair. A namespace is a collection of files that have been signed by the  corresponding private  RSA key. A  namespace  is  typically associated with a nickname and other metadata.

Namespaces are an important tool for providing assurances about content integrity  and authenticity in GNUnet.  Since all of the content in the namespace must have been provided by the same entity, users can form an opinion about that entity and learn to search (or avoid) certain namespaces.

gnunet-pseudonym can be used to list all of the  pseudonyms  that  were created  locally, to create new pseudonyms, to delete existing pseudonyms (the namespace will continue to exist, but it will  be  impossible to  add  additional data to it) and to list all of the namespaces (with their meta-data) known to the local user.  By default, gnunet-pseudonym lists all pseudonyms that were discovered so far.

Creating  a  new pseudonym requires using the -C option together with a nickname that is to be used  for  the  namespace.   Nicknames  must  be unique  for  each  user, global uniqueness is desireable but not necessary.  If two namespaces in GNUnet use the  same nickname  all  GNUnet tools  will  display  the nickname together with a number which ensures that the name becomes locally unique to  avoid  ambiguity.   Additional options can be passed together with the -C option to provide additional meta-data that describes the namespace.   Possible  meta-data  includes the  'realname' of the person controlling the namespace, a description,the mime-type for content in the namespace (useful if the namespace is dedicated to some  specific type of content) and contact information. One important piece of meta-data that can be specified is  the  identifier  of  a  document root, that is the name of a file in the namespace that is a portal to the rest of the content.  This is  useful  to  help users  find  this root in the absence of conventions.  Note that all of this meta-data is optional and should never be trusted blindly.

As mentioned before, by  default,  gnunet-pseudonym simply lists the meta-data available for other namespaces.  Namespaces can be discovered whenever the  peer  obtains  the  namespace advertisement. Namespace advertisements  can  be found using ordinary keyword-based searches (by default gnunet-pseudonym publishes the  namespace  advertisement  under the keyword 'namespace', but the -k option can be used to specify other keywords) and under the 'empty' identifier of the respective  namespace (using a namespace-search if the namespace ID is already known).

Since keywords can be spammed (any user can add any content  under  any keyword),  GNUnet supports namespaces.  A namespace is a subset of the search space into which only the holder of a certain pseudonym  can  add content.   Any  GNUnet  user  can create any number of pseudonyms using gnunet-pseudonym. Pseudonyms are stored in the user's GNUnet directory. While  pseudonyms  are locally identified with an arbitrary string that the user selects when the pseudonym is created, the namespace is  globally  known  only  under  the  hash of the public key of the pseudonym.Since only the owner of the pseudonym can add content to the namespace, it  is impossible for other users to pollute the namespace. gnunet-publish automatically publish the top-directory (or the only file if only one file is specified) into the namespace if a pseudonym is specified.

It  is  possible to update content in GNUnet if that content was placed and obtained from a particular namespace.  Updates  are  only  possible for  content  in namespaces since this is the only way to assure that a malicious party can not supply counterfeited  updates.   Note that  an update  with  GNUnet  does not make the old content unavailable, GNUnet merely allows the publisher to point users to more recent versions. You can  use  the  -N option to specify the future identifier of an update. When using this option, a GNUnet client that finds  the  current  (-t) identifier  will automatically begin a search for the update (-N) identifier.  If you later publish an update under the (-N) identifier, both results will be given to the user.



Per favorire la privacy
1. Come per i bittorent privati(non pubblici come quelli che si trovano in siti di indexing tipo Pirate Bay) qui una volta pubblicato il contenuto la controparte per trovarlo deve sapere(gli dobbiamo dare) la keyword(il corrispondente dare mano mano il file .torrent --privato appunto--) per usare gnunet-search se no non può trovarlo e scaricarlo. Altrimenti dovrebbe tirare a indovinare compito alquanto difficile

2. A differenza di bittorent una volta fatto stop al demone il file non è più disponibile. In bitttorent come si sa una volta fatto un seed  completo dalla sorgente essa potrebbe smettere a fare seed perchè ormai il file è nello swarm



cli

In primis creiamo un pseudonimo che identificherà univocamente tutto ciò che pubblichiamo

Codice:
$ gnunet-pseudonym -C harrykar

faccio una verifica per vedre se davvero si è creato il local namespace(-o sta per --only-local)

Codice:
$ gnunet-pseudonym -o
harrykar (35P51F70DED1M47BAHAN0ETJ77TSM6HEIC7QIRI2UVHFRCQN7KEQTOVUROKTJ0OO83G22RE7G6B5T33J366EEVLETSJVA9VGN2E75C8)

Mentre per ricerca e download si trova qualcosa in Google (dalle release precedenti) per il share di files per la release 0.9 il cmd è stato cambiato da gnunet-insert a gnunet-publish quindi diamo un' occhiata al suo man.

Per testarlo ho fatto il publish di 2 file che si possono anche scaricare quando ho il server gnunet on

Codice:
$ gnunet-publish -m "title:Explanation of a remote buffer overflow vulnerability" -m "mimetype:application/x-pdf" -m "author name:Denis Maggiorotto" -k vuln remote_BOF_explanation.pdf
Publishing `remote_BOF_explanation.pdf' done.
URI is `gnunet://fs/chk/E5P5JN0RLU3480EPSNEABGV069F8V08N1LRNE8KNMNB45K6VKFQ7DSIBP41360PL4SPTI6HGIDN6CLFO9F413O2D1B23U0A8GP1F8MO.ADO4MVCO84JDLF29PRTT4SIJP6SU5EUPLSKEDN48FOCREELCHUIPLN7F8PV03TU1BBS1V546B5ITP8EFHI9D6DGD7AK1QRSB1R2FE90.203354'.


$ gnunet-publish -k hacking -k exploit -m "title:Hacking The Art of Exploitation 2nd Feb.2008.chm"  -m "author name:Jon Erickson" -m "mimetype:application/x-chm"  Hacking_The_Art_of_Exploitation_2nd_Feb.2008.chm
Publishing `Hacking_The_Art_of_Exploitation_2nd_Feb.2008.chm' done.
URI is `gnunet://fs/chk/G2MPAJBK7SGLP161I54H8EFAL5J8LOONJOPJDCDJSALE7F3KAG8RL67QRQORTB9IU82KVC4MNVV8NVCR5PPMR8M83N6CPEJNJV6N2C8.1K2M2JB1RC00NLUO6BUOV9E8IO1TC60QJFRU93QE2OAEUC56J7PCFVUL5760E0M9SN3UHMIDG0S5V3GALTB4C5EJ1C72QBNPQ2NC3B0.4900023'.

-m: metadati (guarda man) o dare:
Codice:
$ extract -Lreserved
mimetype
embedded filename
comment
title
book title
book edition
book chapter
journal name
journal volume
journal number
page count
page range
author name
author email
author institution
publisher
publisher's address
publishing institution
publication series
publication type
publication year
publication month
publication day
publication date
bibtex eprint
bibtex entry type
language
creation time
URL
URI
international standard recording code
MD4
MD5
SHA-0
SHA-1
RipeMD160
GPS latitude ref
GPS latitude
GPS longitude ref
GPS longitude
city
sublocation
country
country code
unknown
description
copyright
rights
keywords
abstract
summary
subject
creator
format
format version
created by software
unknown date
creation date
modification date
last printed
last saved by
total editing time
editing cycles
modified by software
revision history
embedded file size
file type
creator
package name
package version
section
upload priority
dependencies
conflicting packages
replaced packages
provides
recommendations
suggestions
maintainer
installed size
source
is essential
target architecture
pre-dependency
license
distribution
build host
vendor
target operating system
software version
target platform
resource type
library search path
library dependency
camera make
camera model
exposure
aperture
exposure bias
flash
flash bias
focal length
focal length 35mm
iso speed
exposure mode
metering mode
macro mode
image quality
white balance
orientation
magnification
image dimensions
produced by software
thumbnail
image resolution
source
character set
line count
paragraph count
word count
character count
page orientation
paper size
template
company
manager
revision number
duration
album
artist
genre
track number
disk number
performer
contact
song version
picture
cover picture
contributor picture
event picture
logo
broadcast television system
source device
disclaimer
warning
page order
writer
product version
contributor
movie director
network
show
chapter name
song count
starting song
play counter
conductor
interpretation
composer
beats per minute
encoded by
original title
original artist
original writer
original release year
original performer
lyrics
popularity
licensee
musician credit list
mood
subtitle
display type
full data
rating
organization
ripper
producer
group
original filename
last 


Per trovare i metadati(per esempio per trovare le keywords da usare in gnunet-search) che libexractor estrae(indipendentemente dalle keywords che noi diamo col parametro -k) dal file(senza pubblicarlo --quindi come se avessimo dato l' opzione -s--) usiamo il parametro -e

Codice:
$ gnunet-publish -e -k hacking -k exploit -m "title:Hacking The Art of Exploitation 2nd Feb.2008.chm"  -m "author name:Jon Erickson" -m "mimetype:application/x-chm"  Hacking_The_Art_of_Exploitation_2nd_Feb.2008.chmMeta data for file `Hacking_The_Art_of_Exploitation_2nd_Feb.2008.chm' (4785 KiB)
	title - Hacking The Art of Exploitation 2nd Feb.2008.chm
	publication date - Fri Aug 12 12:06:35 2011
	mimetype - application/x-chm
	author name - Jon Erickson
Keywords for file `Hacking_The_Art_of_Exploitation_2nd_Feb.2008.chm' (4785 KiB)
	hacking
	exploit
	Hacking The Art of Exploitation 2nd Feb.2008.chm
	application/x-chm
	Jon Erickson

$ gnunet-search "Jon Erickson"
#0:
gnunet-download -o "Hacking_The_Art_of_Exploitation_2nd_Feb.2008.chm" gnunet://fs/chk/G2MPAJBK7SGLP161I54H8EFAL5J8LOONJOPJDCDJSALE7F3KAG8RL67QRQORTB9IU82KVC4MNVV8NVCR5PPMR8M83N6CPEJNJV6N2C8.1K2M2JB1RC00NLUO6BUOV9E8IO1TC60QJFRU93QE2OAEUC56J7PCFVUL5760E0M9SN3UHMIDG0S5V3GALTB4C5EJ1C72QBNPQ2NC3B0.4900023


$ gnunet-publish -e -m "title:Explanation of a remote buffer overflow vulnerability" -m "mimetype:application/x-pdf" -m "author name:Denis Maggiorotto" -k vuln /home/harrykar/Activities/sec/sec_books/infosec/remote_BOF_explanation.pdf
Meta data for file `remote_BOF_explanation.pdf' (198 KiB)
	resource type - MPEG-1 Layer III audio, 224 kbps (CBR), 44100 Hz, dual channel, copyright, copy
	title - Microsoft Word - Buffer overflow vulnerability, the basics.doc
	title - Explanation of a remote buffer overflow vulnerability
	created by software - PScript5.dll Version 5.2.2
	publication date - Thu Sep  1 10:18:01 2011
	produced by software - GPL Ghostscript 8.15
	mimetype - application/x-pdf
	author name - Denis Maggiorotto
	mimetype - application/pdf
	creation date - 20070522135025
	modification date - 20070522135025
	mimetype - audio/mpeg
	format - PDF 1.4
	format version - MPEG-1
	author name - denis
	duration - 0m07
	page count - 11
Keywords for file `remote_BOF_explanation.pdf' (198 KiB)
	vuln
	MPEG-1 Layer III audio, 224 kbps (CBR), 44100 Hz, dual channel, copyright, copy
	Microsoft Word - Buffer overflow vulnerability, the basics.doc
	Explanation of a remote buffer overflow vulnerability
	PScript5.dll Version 5.2.2
	GPL Ghostscript 8.15
	application/x-pdf
	Denis Maggiorotto
	application/pdf
	20070522135025

$ gnunet-search vuln
#0:
gnunet-download -o "remote_BOF_explanation.pdf" gnunet://fs/chk/E5P5JN0RLU3480EPSNEABGV069F8V08N1LRNE8KNMNB45K6VKFQ7DSIBP41360PL4SPTI6HGIDN6CLFO9F413O2D1B23U0A8GP1F8MO.ADO4MVCO84JDLF29PRTT4SIJP6SU5EUPLSKEDN48FOCREELCHUIPLN7F8PV03TU1BBS1V546B5ITP8EFHI9D6DGD7AK1QRSB1R2FE90.203354

$ gnunet-search 20070522135025
#0:
gnunet-download -o "remote_BOF_explanation.pdf" gnunet://fs/chk/E5P5JN0RLU3480EPSNEABGV069F8V08N1LRNE8KNMNB45K6VKFQ7DSIBP41360PL4SPTI6HGIDN6CLFO9F413O2D1B23U0A8GP1F8MO.ADO4MVCO84JDLF29PRTT4SIJP6SU5EUPLSKEDN48FOCREELCHUIPLN7F8PV03TU1BBS1V546B5ITP8EFHI9D6DGD7AK1QRSB1R2FE90.203354

$ gnunet-search application/pdf
#0:
gnunet-download -o "Gray Hat Hacking Second Edition.pdf" gnunet://fs/chk/FOD1NDAC56PI4J0SF638BM85P07BN2DD9IPDAT8S2Q96M6V816CEUASM99UAUKBHSS71K5VR5VCJD1E3NH316A5QEOM82TKA49JLTK8.5E3PAB8USRH7C8B4I065M44MQ63SDJALSF6G5267KS1N6SIHC41V2MPKAOLR35UVLRES2E0EPVAMN6TUENO57KVBRDMQC5OIV7O4200.13163167

#1:
gnunet-download -o "remote_BOF_explanation.pdf" gnunet://fs/chk/E5P5JN0RLU3480EPSNEABGV069F8V08N1LRNE8KNMNB45K6VKFQ7DSIBP41360PL4SPTI6HGIDN6CLFO9F413O2D1B23U0A8GP1F8MO.ADO4MVCO84JDLF29PRTT4SIJP6SU5EUPLSKEDN48FOCREELCHUIPLN7F8PV03TU1BBS1V546B5ITP8EFHI9D6DGD7AK1QRSB1R2FE90.203354

#2:
gnunet-download -o "You And Your Research.pdf" gnunet://fs/chk/BKO1NJO06EPR7L5LA0KHOR4U8UTVC5ACRABR08H1FTE1PS9D57I6CUQR7DFTO3KF9JGKB8M7APO5M7M7U7U10A8INV5A67EB0O72SU8.VTM4RGSO7EL6502DQ4HHD7PKHTJMOREM1GOP5KGVP07DQI2B899JMH3SE910LRUAJMP4CSHC6CAABI0C2R9M07END989MM3H1DO5MB0.96313


$ gnunet-search application/x-pdf
#0:
gnunet-download -o "remote_BOF_explanation.pdf" gnunet://fs/chk/E5P5JN0RLU3480EPSNEABGV069F8V08N1LRNE8KNMNB45K6VKFQ7DSIBP41360PL4SPTI6HGIDN6CLFO9F413O2D1B23U0A8GP1F8MO.ADO4MVCO84JDLF29PRTT4SIJP6SU5EUPLSKEDN48FOCREELCHUIPLN7F8PV03TU1BBS1V546B5ITP8EFHI9D6DGD7AK1QRSB1R2FE90.203354

$ gnunet-search "GPL Ghostscript 8.15"
#0:
gnunet-download -o "remote_BOF_explanation.pdf" gnunet://fs/chk/E5P5JN0RLU3480EPSNEABGV069F8V08N1LRNE8KNMNB45K6VKFQ7DSIBP41360PL4SPTI6HGIDN6CLFO9F413O2D1B23U0A8GP1F8MO.ADO4MVCO84JDLF29PRTT4SIJP6SU5EUPLSKEDN48FOCREELCHUIPLN7F8PV03TU1BBS1V546B5ITP8EFHI9D6DGD7AK1QRSB1R2FE90.203354

-k: impostazione keywords per la ricerca del file nella rete gnunet

Per più informazioni:
Codice:
$ man gnunet-publish



Gui

1. In primis creiamo un pseudonimo che identificherà tutto cio che pubblichiamo
Ctrl-N o File sharing > Create pseudonym: nel mio caso harrykar(guarda shot  Screenshot-Publish content on GNUnet.png )

2. Poi Ctrl-A o File sharing > Publish : possiamo pubblicare un file o una dir di files:Nella dialog window di scelta file una volta scelto il file/dir click su ok in basso a dx

3. sulla window "publish content on gnunet" scegliamo il file e ckick su edit.Adesso possiamo associare al file dei metadati e delle keywords. Una volta che abbiamo finito click su ok in basso a dx(guarda shot Screenshot-Screenshot.png.png)
Riguardo la sezione Options in basso a dx(che in primis si potrebbero lasciare i valori di default):

Priority, Expiration Year:   that priority is just for the local datastore, it means nothing until your datastore is full and it has to find something to erase. Same with the expiration, when inserting something new with priority P and the datastore is full, it will first erase anything that's expired, then it will start erasing things of priority < P, if that fails (everything in the datastore is current and more important) then the insert fails.

Notice:That priority has nothing to do with priority defined as the amount of trust that the sender node S is willing to risk for his request in the "Excess-based economic model for resource allocation in P2P networks" paper

Anonymity
in theory: anonymity controls the ratio between your own traffic and the traffic you route
In other words, it's how much cover traffic you'll wait for until sending a response to a request for this file. That is, if you want to send 100 bytes with anonymity 5, you have to wait until you have 400 bytes of other people's traffic to route - then you will be able to send your 100 bytes along with it

in practice: anonymity == 0 means that non-anonymous routing is used. anonymity != 0 means that anonymous routing is used.(that is the state of gnunet implementation)

Index file
Localmente(al peer) le informazioni circa il contenuto e metadati vengono immagazzinate in un DBase (mysql, sqLite3, postgres). Anzichè il contenuto(file/dir) vero e proprio è più efficiente immagazzinare un puntatore al acontenuto. Per default Index file è spuntato



4. click su execute e il file viene pubblicato



gnunet-unindex
(sostituisce gnunet-delete nelle rel. precedenti)

Dopo aver pubblicato un file(Attenzione non funziona per le directory. Se abbiamo pubblicato una directory dobbiamo fare unindex ogni singolo file ivi contenuto) se dopo vogliamo "toglierlo dalla circolazione" e se il file è stato indicizzato(anzichè propriamente immagazinato) nel DB gnunet-unindex è il commando che interessa dare.

By default, GNUnet indexes a file instead of copying it. This is much more efficient, but requries the file to stay unaltered at the location where it was when it was indexed. If you intend to move, delete or alter a file, consider using the option -n which will force GNUnet to make a copy of the file in the database. Since it is much less efficient, this is strongly discouraged for large files. When GNUnet indexes a file (default), GNUnet does not create an additional encrypted copy of the file but just computes a summary (or index) of the file. That summary is approximately two percent of the size of the original file and is stored in GNUnet's database.

Whenever a request for a part of an indexed file reaches GNUnet, this part is encrypted on-demand and send out. There is no need for an additional encrypted copy of the file to stay anywhere on the drive. This is very different from other systems, such as Freenet where each file that is put online must be in Freenet's database in encrypted format, doubling the space requirements if the user wants to preseve a directly accessible copy in plaintext.

Thus indexing should be used for all files where the user will keep using this file (at the location given to gnunet-publish) and does not want to retrieve it back from GNUnet each time.
The option -n may be used if the user fears that the file might be found on his drive (assuming the computer comes under the control of an adversary). When used with the -n flag, the user has a much better chance of denying knowledge of the existence of the file, even if it is still (encrypted) on the drive and the adversary is able to crack the encryption (e.g. by guessing the keyword).


Per un file di 4MB
Codice:
$ gnunet-unindex -V /home/harrykar/Desktop/TriblerDownloads/OReilly.XMPP.The.Definitive.Guide.May.2009.eBook-BBL/Oreilly.XMPP.The.Definitive.Guide.May.2009.pdfUnindexing at 0/3629067 (eternity remaining)
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Per un file di qualche KB
Codice:
$ gnunet-unindex -V /home/harrykar/Desktop/TriblerDownloads/OReilly.XMPP.The.Definitive.Guide.May.2009.eBook-BBL/bbl.nfo
Unindexing at 0/3312 (eternity remaining)
Unindexing at 3312/3312 (0 ms remaining)
Unindexing done.

Se anzichè un file tentiamo di fare unindex una directory otteniamo il seguente errore
Codice:
$ gnunet-unindex -V /home/harrykar/Desktop/TriblerDownloads/OReilly.XMPP.The.Definitive.Guide.May.2009.eBook-BBL/
Aug 14 01:59:43-730280 gnunet-unindex-21465 WARNING `read' failed on file `/home/harrykar/Desktop/TriblerDownloads/OReilly.XMPP.The.Definitive.Guide.May.2009.eBook-BBL/' at crypto_hash.c:151 with error: Is a directory
Error unindexing: Failed to compute hash of file..



Peerinfo, stats

gnunet-peerinfo

In gnunet i peer li vediamo come appaiono sotto(ossia attraverso i peer IDs IP:port):

@LRN from #gnunet
Anyway, the point of GNUnet is NOT to hide your IP-address from everyone, but to make an adversary unable to determine whether a piece of data originated from your node or from somewhere else.THAT is what anonymity is about(and there's also deniability)

Codice:
$ gnunet-peerinfo
Peer `0V2HS7NRPDDCSHSFFMAHKL76RRR35NLJAG59BGHKI2E7TAK1FKLL5LCR3NIT8P88A4K2S0UIP9NU64TKPF1A3SROD1KRF7B956JH4P8'

Peer `94CH5M5L43QCBDJBPVUA3SJT4L92P8IS3JQ0J3V0EE6QSG9P7OM03KGJD58LNB1HNNEE7Q830GQJSPM7LBKR1CP4KSMMPQ80M8GSPTG'

Peer `CNUIGJUAPM42D778AJA673NCIK78LEEN9HMINI0AKUG7EEG8UV978H2K5MS0IOTCGHQHC5LNVDBD4SQ4RE6HBEUCOKM6B8JO06CP9IG'

Peer `CR4TG54SSF018DU09264S2THPA8O4MHINOP8KU9SDPLR9PMIS72F6JK12HQP26672V9VJJETICUR21HIGS1GFGM40UM3TCJB4BRJ6P0'

Peer `FV4J8NSD0QTR8PSH2FL7591U1QMHJN8870CJNN062HHKT517C6D7OPBQ53AJ5ACV0TIE09DTCM2PN4992JAS56FA1U5KV5Q5CB4Q5DO'

Peer `0KH7D98FRR1V8TI7B5UKV56T8P38UVKS9SN0QG6UN6MELFSQ9VCBQEOVC6DC35GRKE2IG2U0AFL38VBU7NVD3AEE6UDSI29BM39480G'

Peer `ATF475IOUC8E9A6208VK1RP2STLI3J1E7NP1CKAL5O4L3KP65RM20SKTHEBHFI0TMOETLKQQN3K5PGBLKA1O6USS6CEOED75BOEFJ0G'

Peer `DUDAPQ9TQDQ6C9HK3CTDLABVF5C12U4A6DU9M1N9P4K5PF3C7CVCK19V027V55S213DVHF81RKOCS91A6VOTPIPOP56TQ3S5RO750MG'

Peer `Q8B1PLOEQ6FE467PCRKFAE4GHR8KBLRGODUJ04RNUM3VKA4CJJM67799SORKABTRKFAO54NRRI728ATM4AEE186LV6M99AM3HIESCUG'

Peer `VOJ1DAUQIGQ1L1LPOVGEQLETULIJVRBTRSFIGVS6QNOQS6JMOKE06U316TSRFGJB5QSBRJ13KTBC9TBSLF7EJ721DNIMGT7J4SD5RK8'

Peer `2CPQ7QLAEO2QAO302ELPTDEQ92IUTI0BILPD4KLASJVAINLOPHUSGVQNS6NN92RET174NDR9E7IE2G23MUK9HN25CK3VH3B4OG3PGIO'

Peer `FSRR3QP2T1MKPKSKGGHVT4NTJ573R4UDALLUV4KKN0R85RABEA5AVV69IPJK4UG7TMFGKSV0G3H7DOTTQ4TMNCP7AD3CMNAU09EOQ0O'

Peer `JJ3RANVOAFAC3IGCT7RBP1CGUP7LU1N13QFDCLTLQ2KL3S02GCI8L3PD62ODDH4RL8S4BRBJF61MATH2MI881PPN2PPN8TU6LLQN3TG'

Peer `OTLSHT0TJD9IIS4CC8I06J227EPUCLQ1M53VVGOT5FINVDIQFGSIM7ODTP5L5FBE3SIHHDHEJH7ELRH3A4RMCLPN802D6BDMTM08GN8'

Peer `QQDTQONRP2FFKRT1E0C2G900GUI4C4H2T7ABA6ADBQV5UMN2LN8JT3MDK21CF0F15AGU57DNCAEJS6GN2H5MHQ520N7PB7A0MI2OBU8'

Peer `T3NRLSQ7DKJFFA43TFQNSEPIDVD63SHTMRALU28DMF0076GG64HBUAKPKPJQIS521AT23U5TTK08B5PNA2G79QGLD32K19FKOPGNO1O'

Peer `VVVVFH67SOQ3SA5QAV4G6D575FLSK8BGTMI46CRRNISCR7U80HK4KQ104P8BPGCK1K0C6S2FS8FTD7PF8LKRPI0BF4STS59FAHJ5PT0'

Peer `6EIB04HE2M9HODUJJ1P12BF2VB9576RTT222DIV76E02G202KD00M5NB40VS4AVM8AIK09R7TTMFGP23BJ55RAP93803G8H97NBT34G'
	ricepl-5.cs.rice.edu:2086

Peer `81E75MK7KLVIIHIRR15FQP36FAK0JIP1A4TUMK4QI5F1AFIODBNQ4JE3S140SC5BDDU8PVQFVKOT8UKPBAIT0UB2HB14OCL5GFR5TGO'
	planetlab1.cs.purdue.edu:2086

Peer `SE9GRGGTD3MGHO0OGK09BPNOICHN03FR8MC7LHPPJEHULOMG3SOJ5IPBAIIRJAV1P6989GUHCHCM7PSJAPT0Q0AVCQT2CTD0GV850LG'
	planet1.cc.gt.atl.ga.us:2086

Peer `AE46QIBQC7K5M1MC8DU0UE23O1R2B6FHDUPFACN622G5PA970HR2D2R2LG7FEBND04BQQI0J8974RHACVPVAVV1HON3RTKCTKG1IIH8'
	pl1.eecs.utk.edu:2086

Peer `RL7P1AO4M4LOI3JPVER5FJKG6A847K3O86NS4Q07J1721371FO7RB6IFVMNI1NKLFTRCM7O5AGJPQ3UDD8MST8QQHLNOC4GUL6731O0'
	gnunet.informatik.tu-muenchen.de:2086

Peer `BP61JTKRVRED0B96VJ8OTB0TR7SVISLMULSIPMN5AOR7FDK0PARU111JGLACHCT5LDI0DAIC6MHIN1MQ4AJGD9GAILEKO18DVIOB0QG'
	pl2.eecs.utk.edu:2086

Peer `OJ5JQSF4766VJNRS4GCBIGAHH1K56K5QO588RFU8H23H8HD0BQNU7382KUBNL49ILIARMBAVUGC36P7I1CBG3BFS1603UM1S2TUDUJG'
	planetlab2.netlab.uky.edu:2086

Peer `JIK4SOVL741CPKFSGNM4KI3CNKU84KH3FV1C6MGBN8DKI5L2IS15H7K29P1AVMMVSKO3PR015BNUHRL04C6J4IP19UOU7CM7G2FRH78'
	planetlab3.wail.wisc.edu:2086

Peer `L3NTT8TJ7ATVFS89CTVACNJB2JBH59JAU2CE6EA5105SGOSRU3452PU3B8VSF6HCKU3ASUTRDH69GMEJLJT82ENGJ9L6LKA6P2L568O'
	planetlab1.cs.stevens-tech.edu:2086

Peer `AT9K1TKMJGHQR7DMN3M6Q1DUI4ESBE97EDBIEG7Q9NG0DMAU4QHIBF8KGBKL9SS5M2D3C32T7SN7ADJ11U88QKRMDTC5ONOMGOI6GS8'
	node32.seg3.ucf.edu:2086

Peer `H9HDECRF0Q7Q9L2BGBPLGPBDIB891RI73K8MUB9ODPP22AO9L2QA1Q530662VG4C09D1Q0U0M509VVMKJVOQMRFRKTMDDQL3N4I28N0'
	planetlab2.informatik.uni-wuerzburg.de:2086

Peer `VGG5TV3MGRNIOACG2J264N8GVVR6V0H6ONPTO5FF9RDRPCC1IPID7K9EKHD4BDL46BMDQ7U41KJP5F2ITBFJPMM4FHCHTB1O861J158'
	ricepl-2.cs.rice.edu:2086

Peer `V1C16ENDGPV4H8DOLM5158BP8PGU8JBA40MKOHOT978C1N7I8KAAAUA43HAEJ1BCON6NJ1SHU0K4QQIV8061KD1EE3673S3GQA81D6G'
	localhost:2086
	harrysxx:2086
	localhost.localdomain:2086



$ gnunet-peerinfo -n
Peer `0V2HS7NRPDDCSHSFFMAHKL76RRR35NLJAG59BGHKI2E7TAK1FKLL5LCR3NIT8P88A4K2S0UIP9NU64TKPF1A3SROD1KRF7B956JH4P8'

Peer `94CH5M5L43QCBDJBPVUA3SJT4L92P8IS3JQ0J3V0EE6QSG9P7OM03KGJD58LNB1HNNEE7Q830GQJSPM7LBKR1CP4KSMMPQ80M8GSPTG'

Peer `CNUIGJUAPM42D778AJA673NCIK78LEEN9HMINI0AKUG7EEG8UV978H2K5MS0IOTCGHQHC5LNVDBD4SQ4RE6HBEUCOKM6B8JO06CP9IG'

Peer `CR4TG54SSF018DU09264S2THPA8O4MHINOP8KU9SDPLR9PMIS72F6JK12HQP26672V9VJJETICUR21HIGS1GFGM40UM3TCJB4BRJ6P0'

Peer `FV4J8NSD0QTR8PSH2FL7591U1QMHJN8870CJNN062HHKT517C6D7OPBQ53AJ5ACV0TIE09DTCM2PN4992JAS56FA1U5KV5Q5CB4Q5DO'

Peer `0KH7D98FRR1V8TI7B5UKV56T8P38UVKS9SN0QG6UN6MELFSQ9VCBQEOVC6DC35GRKE2IG2U0AFL38VBU7NVD3AEE6UDSI29BM39480G'

Peer `ATF475IOUC8E9A6208VK1RP2STLI3J1E7NP1CKAL5O4L3KP65RM20SKTHEBHFI0TMOETLKQQN3K5PGBLKA1O6USS6CEOED75BOEFJ0G'

Peer `DUDAPQ9TQDQ6C9HK3CTDLABVF5C12U4A6DU9M1N9P4K5PF3C7CVCK19V027V55S213DVHF81RKOCS91A6VOTPIPOP56TQ3S5RO750MG'

Peer `Q8B1PLOEQ6FE467PCRKFAE4GHR8KBLRGODUJ04RNUM3VKA4CJJM67799SORKABTRKFAO54NRRI728ATM4AEE186LV6M99AM3HIESCUG'

Peer `VOJ1DAUQIGQ1L1LPOVGEQLETULIJVRBTRSFIGVS6QNOQS6JMOKE06U316TSRFGJB5QSBRJ13KTBC9TBSLF7EJ721DNIMGT7J4SD5RK8'

Peer `2CPQ7QLAEO2QAO302ELPTDEQ92IUTI0BILPD4KLASJVAINLOPHUSGVQNS6NN92RET174NDR9E7IE2G23MUK9HN25CK3VH3B4OG3PGIO'

Peer `FSRR3QP2T1MKPKSKGGHVT4NTJ573R4UDALLUV4KKN0R85RABEA5AVV69IPJK4UG7TMFGKSV0G3H7DOTTQ4TMNCP7AD3CMNAU09EOQ0O'

Peer `JJ3RANVOAFAC3IGCT7RBP1CGUP7LU1N13QFDCLTLQ2KL3S02GCI8L3PD62ODDH4RL8S4BRBJF61MATH2MI881PPN2PPN8TU6LLQN3TG'

Peer `OTLSHT0TJD9IIS4CC8I06J227EPUCLQ1M53VVGOT5FINVDIQFGSIM7ODTP5L5FBE3SIHHDHEJH7ELRH3A4RMCLPN802D6BDMTM08GN8'

Peer `QQDTQONRP2FFKRT1E0C2G900GUI4C4H2T7ABA6ADBQV5UMN2LN8JT3MDK21CF0F15AGU57DNCAEJS6GN2H5MHQ520N7PB7A0MI2OBU8'

Peer `T3NRLSQ7DKJFFA43TFQNSEPIDVD63SHTMRALU28DMF0076GG64HBUAKPKPJQIS521AT23U5TTK08B5PNA2G79QGLD32K19FKOPGNO1O'

Peer `VVVVFH67SOQ3SA5QAV4G6D575FLSK8BGTMI46CRRNISCR7U80HK4KQ104P8BPGCK1K0C6S2FS8FTD7PF8LKRPI0BF4STS59FAHJ5PT0'

Peer `6EIB04HE2M9HODUJJ1P12BF2VB9576RTT222DIV76E02G202KD00M5NB40VS4AVM8AIK09R7TTMFGP23BJ55RAP93803G8H97NBT34G'
	128.42.142.45:2086

Peer `81E75MK7KLVIIHIRR15FQP36FAK0JIP1A4TUMK4QI5F1AFIODBNQ4JE3S140SC5BDDU8PVQFVKOT8UKPBAIT0UB2HB14OCL5GFR5TGO'
	128.10.19.52:2086

Peer `AE46QIBQC7K5M1MC8DU0UE23O1R2B6FHDUPFACN622G5PA970HR2D2R2LG7FEBND04BQQI0J8974RHACVPVAVV1HON3RTKCTKG1IIH8'
	160.36.57.172:2086

Peer `BP61JTKRVRED0B96VJ8OTB0TR7SVISLMULSIPMN5AOR7FDK0PARU111JGLACHCT5LDI0DAIC6MHIN1MQ4AJGD9GAILEKO18DVIOB0QG'
	160.36.57.173:2086

Peer `JIK4SOVL741CPKFSGNM4KI3CNKU84KH3FV1C6MGBN8DKI5L2IS15H7K29P1AVMMVSKO3PR015BNUHRL04C6J4IP19UOU7CM7G2FRH78'
	198.133.224.147:2086

Peer `SE9GRGGTD3MGHO0OGK09BPNOICHN03FR8MC7LHPPJEHULOMG3SOJ5IPBAIIRJAV1P6989GUHCHCM7PSJAPT0Q0AVCQT2CTD0GV850LG'
	143.215.131.206:2086

Peer `RL7P1AO4M4LOI3JPVER5FJKG6A847K3O86NS4Q07J1721371FO7RB6IFVMNI1NKLFTRCM7O5AGJPQ3UDD8MST8QQHLNOC4GUL6731O0'
	131.159.74.67:2086

Peer `OJ5JQSF4766VJNRS4GCBIGAHH1K56K5QO588RFU8H23H8HD0BQNU7382KUBNL49ILIARMBAVUGC36P7I1CBG3BFS1603UM1S2TUDUJG'
	128.163.142.21:2086

Peer `L3NTT8TJ7ATVFS89CTVACNJB2JBH59JAU2CE6EA5105SGOSRU3452PU3B8VSF6HCKU3ASUTRDH69GMEJLJT82ENGJ9L6LKA6P2L568O'
	155.246.12.163:2086

Peer `AT9K1TKMJGHQR7DMN3M6Q1DUI4ESBE97EDBIEG7Q9NG0DMAU4QHIBF8KGBKL9SS5M2D3C32T7SN7ADJ11U88QKRMDTC5ONOMGOI6GS8'
	132.170.3.32:2086

Peer `H9HDECRF0Q7Q9L2BGBPLGPBDIB891RI73K8MUB9ODPP22AO9L2QA1Q530662VG4C09D1Q0U0M509VVMKJVOQMRFRKTMDDQL3N4I28N0'
	132.187.230.2:2086

Peer `VGG5TV3MGRNIOACG2J264N8GVVR6V0H6ONPTO5FF9RDRPCC1IPID7K9EKHD4BDL46BMDQ7U41KJP5F2ITBFJPMM4FHCHTB1O861J158'
	128.42.142.42:2086

Peer `V1C16ENDGPV4H8DOLM5158BP8PGU8JBA40MKOHOT978C1N7I8KAAAUA43HAEJ1BCON6NJ1SHU0K4QQIV8061KD1EE3673S3GQA81D6G'
	::1:2086
	127.0.0.1:2086
	192.168.x.x:2086



$ gnunet-peerinfo -q
6EIB04HE2M9HODUJJ1P12BF2VB9576RTT222DIV76E02G202KD00M5NB40VS4AVM8AIK09R7TTMFGP23BJ55RAP93803G8H97NBT34G
81E75MK7KLVIIHIRR15FQP36FAK0JIP1A4TUMK4QI5F1AFIODBNQ4JE3S140SC5BDDU8PVQFVKOT8UKPBAIT0UB2HB14OCL5GFR5TGO
AE46QIBQC7K5M1MC8DU0UE23O1R2B6FHDUPFACN622G5PA970HR2D2R2LG7FEBND04BQQI0J8974RHACVPVAVV1HON3RTKCTKG1IIH8
BP61JTKRVRED0B96VJ8OTB0TR7SVISLMULSIPMN5AOR7FDK0PARU111JGLACHCT5LDI0DAIC6MHIN1MQ4AJGD9GAILEKO18DVIOB0QG
JIK4SOVL741CPKFSGNM4KI3CNKU84KH3FV1C6MGBN8DKI5L2IS15H7K29P1AVMMVSKO3PR015BNUHRL04C6J4IP19UOU7CM7G2FRH78
V1C16ENDGPV4H8DOLM5158BP8PGU8JBA40MKOHOT978C1N7I8KAAAUA43HAEJ1BCON6NJ1SHU0K4QQIV8061KD1EE3673S3GQA81D6G
VGG5TV3MGRNIOACG2J264N8GVVR6V0H6ONPTO5FF9RDRPCC1IPID7K9EKHD4BDL46BMDQ7U41KJP5F2ITBFJPMM4FHCHTB1O861J158
0V2HS7NRPDDCSHSFFMAHKL76RRR35NLJAG59BGHKI2E7TAK1FKLL5LCR3NIT8P88A4K2S0UIP9NU64TKPF1A3SROD1KRF7B956JH4P8
94CH5M5L43QCBDJBPVUA3SJT4L92P8IS3JQ0J3V0EE6QSG9P7OM03KGJD58LNB1HNNEE7Q830GQJSPM7LBKR1CP4KSMMPQ80M8GSPTG
CNUIGJUAPM42D778AJA673NCIK78LEEN9HMINI0AKUG7EEG8UV978H2K5MS0IOTCGHQHC5LNVDBD4SQ4RE6HBEUCOKM6B8JO06CP9IG
CR4TG54SSF018DU09264S2THPA8O4MHINOP8KU9SDPLR9PMIS72F6JK12HQP26672V9VJJETICUR21HIGS1GFGM40UM3TCJB4BRJ6P0
FV4J8NSD0QTR8PSH2FL7591U1QMHJN8870CJNN062HHKT517C6D7OPBQ53AJ5ACV0TIE09DTCM2PN4992JAS56FA1U5KV5Q5CB4Q5DO
0KH7D98FRR1V8TI7B5UKV56T8P38UVKS9SN0QG6UN6MELFSQ9VCBQEOVC6DC35GRKE2IG2U0AFL38VBU7NVD3AEE6UDSI29BM39480G
ATF475IOUC8E9A6208VK1RP2STLI3J1E7NP1CKAL5O4L3KP65RM20SKTHEBHFI0TMOETLKQQN3K5PGBLKA1O6USS6CEOED75BOEFJ0G
DUDAPQ9TQDQ6C9HK3CTDLABVF5C12U4A6DU9M1N9P4K5PF3C7CVCK19V027V55S213DVHF81RKOCS91A6VOTPIPOP56TQ3S5RO750MG
H9HDECRF0Q7Q9L2BGBPLGPBDIB891RI73K8MUB9ODPP22AO9L2QA1Q530662VG4C09D1Q0U0M509VVMKJVOQMRFRKTMDDQL3N4I28N0
Q8B1PLOEQ6FE467PCRKFAE4GHR8KBLRGODUJ04RNUM3VKA4CJJM67799SORKABTRKFAO54NRRI728ATM4AEE186LV6M99AM3HIESCUG
VOJ1DAUQIGQ1L1LPOVGEQLETULIJVRBTRSFIGVS6QNOQS6JMOKE06U316TSRFGJB5QSBRJ13KTBC9TBSLF7EJ721DNIMGT7J4SD5RK8
2CPQ7QLAEO2QAO302ELPTDEQ92IUTI0BILPD4KLASJVAINLOPHUSGVQNS6NN92RET174NDR9E7IE2G23MUK9HN25CK3VH3B4OG3PGIO
AT9K1TKMJGHQR7DMN3M6Q1DUI4ESBE97EDBIEG7Q9NG0DMAU4QHIBF8KGBKL9SS5M2D3C32T7SN7ADJ11U88QKRMDTC5ONOMGOI6GS8
FSRR3QP2T1MKPKSKGGHVT4NTJ573R4UDALLUV4KKN0R85RABEA5AVV69IPJK4UG7TMFGKSV0G3H7DOTTQ4TMNCP7AD3CMNAU09EOQ0O
JJ3RANVOAFAC3IGCT7RBP1CGUP7LU1N13QFDCLTLQ2KL3S02GCI8L3PD62ODDH4RL8S4BRBJF61MATH2MI881PPN2PPN8TU6LLQN3TG
L3NTT8TJ7ATVFS89CTVACNJB2JBH59JAU2CE6EA5105SGOSRU3452PU3B8VSF6HCKU3ASUTRDH69GMEJLJT82ENGJ9L6LKA6P2L568O
OJ5JQSF4766VJNRS4GCBIGAHH1K56K5QO588RFU8H23H8HD0BQNU7382KUBNL49ILIARMBAVUGC36P7I1CBG3BFS1603UM1S2TUDUJG
OTLSHT0TJD9IIS4CC8I06J227EPUCLQ1M53VVGOT5FINVDIQFGSIM7ODTP5L5FBE3SIHHDHEJH7ELRH3A4RMCLPN802D6BDMTM08GN8
QQDTQONRP2FFKRT1E0C2G900GUI4C4H2T7ABA6ADBQV5UMN2LN8JT3MDK21CF0F15AGU57DNCAEJS6GN2H5MHQ520N7PB7A0MI2OBU8
RL7P1AO4M4LOI3JPVER5FJKG6A847K3O86NS4Q07J1721371FO7RB6IFVMNI1NKLFTRCM7O5AGJPQ3UDD8MST8QQHLNOC4GUL6731O0
SE9GRGGTD3MGHO0OGK09BPNOICHN03FR8MC7LHPPJEHULOMG3SOJ5IPBAIIRJAV1P6989GUHCHCM7PSJAPT0Q0AVCQT2CTD0GV850LG
T3NRLSQ7DKJFFA43TFQNSEPIDVD63SHTMRALU28DMF0076GG64HBUAKPKPJQIS521AT23U5TTK08B5PNA2G79QGLD32K19FKOPGNO1O
VVVVFH67SOQ3SA5QAV4G6D575FLSK8BGTMI46CRRNISCR7U80HK4KQ104P8BPGCK1K0C6S2FS8FTD7PF8LKRPI0BF4STS59FAHJ5PT0



$ gnunet-peerinfo -s
I am peer `V1C16ENDGPV4H8DOLM5158BP8PGU8JBA40MKOHOT978C1N7I8KAAAUA43HAEJ1BCON6NJ1SHU0K4QQIV8061KD1EE3673S3GQA81D6G'.


with "-qs", this is the exact line that other peers would have to put in to their friends file in order to consider this peer one of their friends in F2F mode
Codice:
$ gnunet-peerinfo -sq
V1C16ENDGPV4H8DOLM5158BP8PGU8JBA40MKOHOT978C1N7I8KAAAUA43HAEJ1BCON6NJ1SHU0K4QQIV8061KD1EE3673S3GQA81D6G



From:    Christian Grothoff
Subject:    Re: [Help-gnunet] HowTo for gnunet-stats?

At this point(Sun, 30 Nov 2003 14:57:12 -0500), most gnunet-stats numbers
are interesting for developers that look at a particular aspect of the system
only.  While end-users may find it useful for poking around, gnunet-stats is not
really targeted towards them.




statistiche
ex gnunet-stats


Codice:
$ gnunet-statistics
 core         # peer status changes                             :            12451
 core         # PONG messages decrypted                         :             2997
 core         # bytes decrypted                                 :           812924
 core         # PONG messages received                          :             2997
 transport    # payload received from other peers               :           992164
 transport    # bytes received from other peers                 :          1830020
 transport    # bytes received via TCP                          :          1830020
 transport    # bytes transmitted via TCP                       :          1314854
 transport    # bytes successfully transmitted by plugins       :           685748
 transport    # bytes currently in TCP buffers                  :                0
 transport    # bytes TCP was asked to transmit                 :          1317980
 transport    # bytes pending with plugins                      :                0
 transport    # transport selected peer address freely          :             6378
 transport    # bytes in message queue for other peers          :                0
 transport    # payload received for other peers                :           985252
 core         # encrypted bytes given to transport              :           495092
 core         # PONG messages created                           :             3106
 core         # bytes encrypted                                 :           434476
 core         # PING messages decrypted                         :             3106
 core         # PING messages received                          :             3106
 transport    # PONGs unicast via reliable transport            :             1755
 transport    # PING messages received                          :             1755
 transport    # peer addresses considered valid                 :             1872
 transport    # address validation successes                    :             1872
 transport    # PONG messages received                          :             1872
 transport    # PING messages sent for re-validation            :             1860
 transport    # PING without HELLO messages sent                :             1860
 transport    # duplicate HELLO (peer known)                    :              157
 transport    # outstanding peerinfo iterate requests           :                0
 transport    # peer addresses not validated (loopback)         :              124
 transport    # peer addresses scheduled for validation         :              253
 transport    # HELLO validations (update case)                 :              157
 transport    # valid peer addresses returned by PEERINFO       :              121
 transport    # peerinfo process hello iterate requests         :              157
 transport    # HELLOs received for validation                  :              168
 transport    # HELLO messages received from other peers        :              120
 core         # messages not delivered to any client            :             2847
 core         # bytes of messages of type 322 received          :            18348
 core         # bytes of payload decrypted                      :           359084
 transport    # address validation timeouts                     :                9
 transport    # bytes with transmission failure by plugins      :             3942
 transport    # bytes discarded by TCP (failed to connect)      :             3942
 transport    # PING messages sent for initial validation       :               21
 transport    # peer addresses not validated (plugin not available):              108
 transport    # transmitted my HELLO to other peers             :               84
 transport    # refreshed my HELLO                              :                8
 transport    # disconnects due to timeout                      :              119
 transport    # active neighbours                               :               12
 transport    # bytes discarded due to disconnect               :            40936
 transport    # REQUEST CONNECT messages received               :              148
 transport    # message delivery deferred (no address)          :              155
 transport    # transport failed to selected peer address       :              155
 transport    # transmission attempts failed (no address)       :              155
 transport    # HELLO's sent to new neighbors                   :              131
 transport    # peerinfo new neighbor iterate requests          :              131
 core         # connection requests received                    :              148
 topology     # connect requests issued to core                 :              148
 core         # bytes of messages of type 137 received          :           334208
 transport    # no existing neighbour record (validating HELLO) :               12
 transport    # HELLOs received from clients                    :               48
 core         # bytes of messages of type 16 received           :             6528
 topology     # HELLO messages received                         :               24
 core         # transmissions delayed due to corking            :               24
 topology     # HELLO messages gossipped                        :               24
!hostlist     # milliseconds between hostlist downloads         :         28800000
 transport    # SET QUOTA messages received                     :               23
 core         # established sessions                            :               12
 core         # Session keys confirmed via PONG                 :               12
 topology     # peers connected                                 :               12
 hostlist     # active connections                              :               12
 core         # SET_KEY messages decrypted                      :               16
 core         # session keys received                           :               16
 core         # SET_KEY and PING messages created               :               19
 core         # SET_KEY messages deferred (need public key)     :                0
 core         # peers connected (transport)                     :               12
 core         # neighbour entries allocated                     :               12
 transport    # peers connected                                 :               12
 transport    # connected addresses                             :               12
 transport    # TCP WELCOME messages received                   :               12
 hostlist     # valid HELLOs downloaded from hostlist servers   :               24
 hostlist     # bytes downloaded from hostlist servers          :             7824
 hostlist     # hostlist downloads initiated                    :                2
 transport    # TCP sessions active                             :               12
 peerinfo     # peers known                                     :               30
 core         # discarded lower priority CORE_SEND requests     :                0
 core         # discarded CORE_SEND requests                    :                0
!datastore    # bytes used in file-sharing datastore            :          3407757
!datastore    # bytes stored      


# peers known 30, # peers connected 12# active neighbours 12

# peers connected (transport) 12 : è il num dei peer direttamete connessi con noi (1 hop)


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