[tor-dev] onionoo resource requirements

Tim Semeijn noc at babylon.network
Mon Apr 27 21:04:47 UTC 2015

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Hey Karsten,

Good to hear more onionoo mirrors are welcome. The instructions are
nicely detailed so I will be able to try set up onionoo most likely
next weekend. I will provide you with feedback on the instructions.

A feature with a list of fallback mirrors available for the main
onionoo instance sounds like something awesome but of course multiple
mirrors have to be available.

Best regards,

On 25-4-2015 21:37, Karsten Loesing wrote:
> Hello Tim,
> 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 onionoo.torproject.org).
>> 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 really cool!
> 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?
> https://pad.riseup.net/p/YG9eWPopYDJM
> (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, Karsten 
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