: Export END_CIRC_REASON_* to controler
yousifnet at gmail.com
Tue Oct 17 08:20:46 UTC 2006
> Any thoughts on
> http://fscked.org/proj/minihax/SnakesOnATor/fail_rates ?
> Useful, not useful, anything additional that might help? Maybe node
> version info?
> Maybe not useful by itself, but might give you guys an idea if a node
> needs some special attention/probing/stress testing, or do you already
> do this w/ your own dev servers?
The idea behind SOAT is an excellent one. We are reporting things that
would not show up in Tor's logs. The results are rather useful if say
someone wants to maintain a high quality of service and ban certain
nodes based on the fail rate @ say 4/5 or higher. Also can be used as an
indication to node operators of the quality of their nodes. Perhaps you
could periodically test nodes and post results with a link at
http://wiki.noreply.org/noreply/TheOnionRouter. Though that might
discourage bad-node operators. Which is better; a bad node or no node at
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