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The initial popularity of the network was spurred on by Napster's threatened legal demise in early 2001.
This growing surge in popularity revealed the limits of the initial protocol's scalability.
In early 2001, variations on the protocol (first implemented in proprietary and closed source clients) allowed an improvement in scalability.
Instead of treating every user as client and server, some users were now treated as ultrapeers, routing search requests and responses for users connected to them. In late 2001, the Gnutella client Lime Wire Basic became a free and open source.
was developed by Justin Frankel and Tom Pepper of Nullsoft in early 2000, soon after the company's acquisition by AOL.On October 26, 2010, the popular Gnutella client Lime Wire was ordered shut down by Judge Kimba Wood of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York when she signed a Consent Decree to which recording industry plaintiffs and Lime Wire had agreed.in the size of the network, because, while negotiating the injunction, Lime Wire staff had inserted remote-disabling code into the software.The name is a portmanteau of GNU and Nutella, the brand name of an Italian hazelnut flavored spread: supposedly, Frankel and Pepper ate a lot of Nutella working on the original project, and intended to license their finished program under the GNU General Public License.Gnutella is not associated with the GNU project or GNU's own peer-to-peer network, GNUnet.