Opened 12 years ago

Closed 12 years ago

Last modified 8 weeks ago

#2207 closed bug (WorksForMe)

Issue with Geo Location

Reported by: lcf Owned by:
Priority: critical Milestone: Future
Component: Unknown Version: 1.3.5
Keywords: Cc:


I've scanned my HD and there's no problem.

lc@Lion:~$ Error Traversing Database for ipnum = 3575885792 - Perhaps database is corrupt? Error Traversing Database for ipnum = 1499612320 - Perhaps database is corrupt?

Can Deluge has similar problem to the problem specified in the URL below?

Search for "Traversing" in the following file:

Change History (4)

comment:1 Changed 12 years ago by Cas

Instead of opening a new ticket you should have simply reopened your previous one.

This is not a Deluge issue but something in geoip-database so what version of geoip-database are you using?

comment:2 Changed 12 years ago by lcf

Sorry Cas, I couldn't find the previous ticket.

Here's the information about geoip-database installed in my Ubuntu.

Package: geoip-database
Priority: standard
Section: net
Installed-Size: 6881
Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers <>
Original-Maintainer: Patrick Matthäi <>
Architecture: all
Version: 20111220-1
Recommends: libgeoip1
Breaks: libgeoip1 (<< 1.4.5.dfsg)
Filename: pool/main/g/geoip-database/geoip-database_20111220-1_all.deb
Size: 3459648
MD5sum: 2eca47bcb2d3db393fbbc345b44e3e64
SHA1: 1d1d07d661277e1ee0a973a19dcc31f09a92da97
SHA256: 0fbd71fbc29543632f9e760b7421e7ea6aa7713f8c750a3476ff78953b7112d8
Description-en: IP lookup command line tools that use the GeoIP library (country database)
 GeoIP is a C library that enables the user to find the country that any
 IP address or hostname originates from. It uses a file based database.
 This database simply contains IP blocks as keys, and countries as values and
 it should be more complete and accurate than using reverse DNS lookups.
 This package contains the free GeoLiteCountry database.
Description-md5: 3bfa5b4c9f973261799fb4d9355f3b6c
Origin: Ubuntu
Supported: 5y
Task: standard, kubuntu-active, mythbuntu-frontend, mythbuntu-frontend, mythbuntu-desktop, mythbuntu-backend-slave, mythbuntu-backend-slave, mythbuntu-backend-master, mythbuntu-backend-master

comment:3 Changed 12 years ago by lcf

  • Resolution set to worksforme
  • Status changed from new to closed

I have replace the geoip-database package with geoip-database-contrib and the problem seems to be resolved.

Package: geoip-database-contrib Priority: optional Section: multiverse/net Installed-Size: 62 Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers <> Original-Maintainer: Ludovico Cavedon <> Architecture: all Version: 1.5 Replaces: geoip-database Provides: geoip-database Depends: wget, ucf (>= 0.28), debconf (>= 0.5) | debconf-2.0 Suggests: cron Conflicts: geoip-database Filename: pool/multiverse/g/geoip-database-contrib/geoip-database-contrib_1.5_all.deb Size: 9730 MD5sum: 424c410b31c13ea9f93d85c06ce00202 SHA1: 0147cc2458a4ef209f179fd47e0b0d5fe767f798 SHA256: aae1f215948e91c9fd38851a4fe086d953a86e7f3493d291e9eb4bef2e14cb4b Description-en: GeoLite? binary database (downloader)

GeoIP is a C library that enables the user to find the country that any IP address or hostname originates from. It uses a file-based database. . This package contains a script that downloads the latest version of the binary flavor of the four MaxMind? GeoLite? databases (Country, IPv6 Country, City, and ASN). . These databases simply contain IP blocks as keys, and countries/cities/ASNs as values, which should be more complete and accurate than using reverse DNS lookups. . The MaxMind? database itself is made available under a BSD-like license. However, it is distributed directly in binary format and the source code for generating it is not provided.

Homepage: Description-md5: f76ffcd9fc290ee0035cdb21ec3a2287 Bugs: Origin: Ubuntu

comment:4 Changed 8 weeks ago by Ortabowie

I'm sorry to hear that you're experiencing issues with geolocation. Geolocation can sometimes be inaccurate or inconsistent due to various poppy playtime chapter 3 factors, including the limitations of IP address-based geolocation techniques.

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