[tor-relays] Init.d script for two simultaneous Tor instances
jvictors at jessevictors.com
Fri Apr 18 18:00:41 UTC 2014
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Yes, it's better to have faster relays. However, if you are setting up a
relay or exit on a gigabit connection it may take some time before you
see significant utilization of the pipe. By running two Tor instances at
once you can increase the contribution of the Tor network without
sacrificing the speed of either relay. Monitoring and good judgment is
key here, I wouldn't run multiple relays on a slow computer or one with
a slow Internet connection. Watch the logs and just make sure everything
is running well, as always.
On 04/17/2014 11:43 PM, tor-relays-request at lists.torproject.org wrote:
> Thank you for that.
> I think I can implement it now but I couldn't have set-up second Tor
instances without help.
> The question to my mind is at what point is it better to use a fast
connection for two Tor instances?
> Isn't it always better to have faster relays rather than more relays?
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