[tor-dev] onionoo resource requirements
karsten at torproject.org
Sat Apr 25 19:37:36 UTC 2015
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On 21/04/15 23:01, Tim Semeijn wrote:
> Improved documentation and process of setting up Onionoo would be
> welcomed by more people, including myself. Busy setting up Compass
> and with Atlas and Globe mirrors active the cherry on the pie would
> be an own Onionoo instance (if needed also as backup for
> At the moment having onionoo running at thecthulhu.com is a nice
> backup, I do not know if any more of such mirrors are acceptable
> or preferable.
Having another mirror or two sure would not hurt. I know that iwakeh
was trying to set up a mirror, but I'm not sure whether they
succeeded. I have also been thinking about adding a feature to
Onionoo where we configure a list of fallback mirrors that are
returned in case of a server problem. This would become more relevant
if we actually had such fallback mirrors in place.
So, yes, if you'd like to set up another Onionoo mirror, that would be
I wrote down some instructions based on Onionoo's INSTALL file but in
more detail. It's supposed to become the new INSTALL file. Would you
want to refine these instructions (or add more questions) while trying
to get an Onionoo mirror running?
(If other people on this list would want to help make these
instructions better, please feel free.)
Let me know if you're running into any problems.
All the best,
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