[tor-project] April and May 2019 report and June 2019 plans for the metrics team
karsten at torproject.org
Fri Jun 14 07:37:14 UTC 2019
Hello Tor, hello world!
Below you'll find the highlights of Tor metrics team work done in April
and May 2019 as well as a few expected highlights for the current month,
On behalf of the Tor metrics team,
April and May 2019:
Blogged about Collecting, Aggregating, and Presenting Data from The Tor
Network  which concludes sponsored work  to document our pipeline
and identify areas that could benefit from modernization.
Update OnionPerf circuit round-trip latencies graph  to contain
lowest and highest values that are not considered outliers, similar to
the whiskers in a box plot.
Added a new graph on OnionPerf throughput  including lowest and
highest values that are not considered outliers.
Discussed including more detailed error codes  in OnionPerf's .tpf
file output to better distinguish reasons behind failures and timeouts.
Started archiving bandwidth files [6, 7] from bandwidth authorities.
Started improving operational monitoring of Tor Metrics services .
Put out new releases : metrics-lib 2.6.0/2.6.1/2.6.2, CollecTor
1.9.0/1.9.1, ExoneraTor 4.1.0.
Attend Mozilla All Hands to further discuss Tor performance and scaling
topics and the role of the metrics team in future measurements and
Import Tom's existing archive of bandwidth files .
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