Tor 0.0.9pre5 is out
themel at iwoars.net
Wed Nov 10 12:41:05 UTC 2004
Roger Dingledine (arma at mit.edu) wrote on 2004-11-10:
> o Major Features:
> - Hibernation: New config option "AccountingMaxKB" lets you
> set how many KBytes per month you want to allow your server to
> consume. Rather than spreading those bytes out evenly over the
> month, we instead hibernate for some of the month and pop up
> at a deterministic time, work until the bytes are consumed, then
> hibernate again. Config option "MonthlyAccountingStart" lets you
> specify which day of the month your billing cycle starts on.
This is a great idea, thanks.
I managed to break the implementation by stopping a freshly-started tor
before it logged any bandwidth usage. I got a bw_accounting file that
contained all zero values, and it led to a SIGFPE when trying to start
tor. There should probably be a sanity check of the expected_bw value
after reading it from the file and/or before the division in
[*Thomas Themel*] "There are only two industries who use the term 'users,'
[extended contact] computers and drugs. Not sure if there's a connection
[info provided in] there."
[*message header*] - SCO CEO Darl McBride interviewed by crn.com
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