[tor-relays] new VPS bridge bandwidth under-reported

Josef 'veloc1ty' Stautner hello at veloc1ty.de
Mon Jan 5 11:05:45 UTC 2015

I don't have that much knowledge on bridges, but I think it's the same
as with relays: The speed increases after some time.

I'm running 29E3D95332812F81F67FF31B3B1B842683D1C309 and as you can see
from the graphs the speed increased slowly after the start. On saturday
I increased the advertised bandwidth from 100 MBit/s to 200 MBit/s and
reloaded tor. That's the only short drop I can see.


Am 05.01.2015 um 11:57 schrieb starlight.2015q1 at binnacle.cx:
> Whoa wow. . .
> It just popped to 700KB, presumably because
> I used it for to browse and then download
> the TBB bundle as a test.
> So I guess that means the bandwidth measurement
> for a bridge is strictly passive?  Presumably
> that also means that it is not used as
> a criteria for dissemination?
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