[tor-relays] "who has used my bridge" in vidalia bridge bundle?
eliaz at tormail.org
Tue Apr 24 04:58:51 UTC 2012
I take back my statement that "BridgeRecordUsageByCountry is not enabled
in the relay bundle by default." Karsten is correct. I was confusing the
TBB & relay pkg data directories and also geoip & geoip-cache when
switching from the one package to the other. Live & learn. - eliaz
On 4/23/2012 12:38 PM, eliaz wrote:
> On 4/23/2012 9:27 AM, Karsten Loesing wrote:
>> On 4/23/12 12:07 AM, eliaz wrote:
>>> On 4/21/2012 1:08 PM, eliaz wrote:
>>>> After running bridge relays in the TBB for a long time I now get "who
>>>> has used my bridge" results quite quickly after restarts. But in the
>>>> stable bridge bundle, this function seems not to work - I've had the
>>>> bundle running for well over a day and am still getting the msg "no
>>>> clients have used your relay recently," while the Bandwidth Usage is
>>>> sailing away to beat the band. Is there a way to fix this? - eli
>>> The answer occurred to me - BridgeRecordUsageByCountry is not enabled in
>>> the relay bundle by default.
>> Are you sure? I'd be surprised if anything changed that config value
>> which is 1 by default. Which bundle is this? Can you paste the link
>> from where you downloaded the package?
> I downloaded from https://www.torproject.org/download/download.html.en
> This was reached not from the Tor Browser, but my clear TBird. I haven't
> able to verify the sig, was going to ask about this after I'd
> investigated that further.
> This morning I restarted vidalia-bridge-bundle-0.2.2.35-0.2.17 after
> explicitly writing BridgeRecordUsageByCountry and other options into the
> torrc. Everything now seems to be working fine.
> Not to complicate the issue, after I had the problem with the bridge
> package, I restarted TBB and had a good deal of new problems, as
> described in tor-talk: "No Browser, ContactInfo rewrites?" I don't know
> if those problems are related to what you're asking about. I'll be
> checking out some malware that my virus scanner picked up, but I don't
> think it's related to the Tor problems.- elias
> gpg: 0xE498E90D
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