[tor-dev] Docker images for help people to run Tor

teor teor at riseup.net
Sat Mar 30 03:08:53 UTC 2019


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> On 30 Mar 2019, at 11:51, Alessandro Fiori <alefiori3 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Because the images are built separately, and Containers doesn't have persistent data by default, i'm testing the launch of a "relay swarm", which isn't the "Docker Swarm".
> The concept of a "Relay swarm" is to have multiple running relay containers on the same user machine, without any conflict.
> The idea (i will testing it very soon) is possible, by pulling an image and running it multiple times, creating intermetiate containers.
> A function like the "relay swarm" can be very useful, i don't know if this approach can be risky, so i'm preparing a script for launching only one type of relay swarm (middle or exit relays).
> If there is no security concerns, this function will be a very key function for grow up the Network, because a user can run multiple relays at a time.

Tor only allows 2 relays per IPv4 address.

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