[tor-dev] onionoo: bug in family set detection?

teor teor2345 at gmail.com
Tue Jun 2 21:11:48 UTC 2015

Date: Tue, 02 Jun 2015 16:52:00 +0000
From: nusenu <nusenu at openmailbox.org>
> teor:
> > MyFamily requires bidirectional declarations to be effective.
> I'm aware of that fact ;)
> > In this case: OnionOO appears to correctly implement the
> > bidirectional MyFamily logic
> Apparently it doesn't.
> Since onionoo says there is a bidirectional "connection" (family) between
> 5510FC1736B16D46D3F2DDA5011995C478D42594 =>
> 0C77421C890D16B6D201283A2244F43DF5BC89DD
> but there is none.. (as explained in my last email)
> Compass does *not* say that there is a bidirectional connection
> between those relays..  onionoo says there is one even though I can't
> see it, do you see it?

I'm sorry, I must have got the onionoo and Compass results mixed up somehow.

In Compass, I see that:
5510FC1736B16D46D3F2DDA5011995C478D42594 has no family.

In Globe/Atlas (based on onionoo), I see that:
5510FC1736B16D46D3F2DDA5011995C478D42594 has a very large family.

So my criticism of Compass actually applies to onionoo.


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