[tor-relays] new VPS bridge bandwidth under-reported
michiel at bruijn.nu
Mon Jan 5 12:28:01 UTC 2015
I'm new to this but got my node up and running on a MK802 arm device.
However, tor-arm keep complaining about missing history.
The exact message is:
"Read the last day of bandwidth history from the state file (9 minutes is
Does anyone know why this is but more important, how to solve?
2015-01-05 11:49 GMT+01:00 Josef 'veloc1ty' Stautner <hello at veloc1ty.de>:
> What's the fingerprint of your bridge or what's the uptime?
> When I setup my relay the shown bandwidth was first low and increased
> since then to full declared speed.
> Am 05.01.2015 um 11:39 schrieb starlight.2015q1 at binnacle.cx:
> > Oops. The "rate limit" I quoted
> > is actually the limit on the DOCSIS
> > modem here, not on the VPS. Probably
> > not 'iptables' traffic shaping
> > after all.
> > Using 'speedtest_cli.py' the max rate
> > has been showing 100 Mbits/sec, but
> > I discount that because the speedtest
> > node appears to reside in the same
> > data center as the VPS and is probably
> > on the same LAN.
> > Nonetheless, the Tor bridge is showing
> > a ridiculous low bandwidth value and
> > it seems reasonable to figure out
> > why.
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