[tor-relays] Consensus weight dropped
Network Operations Center
noc at schokomil.ch
Mon Jan 19 19:36:52 UTC 2015
I concur. Maybe it's worth to also post to the bugtracker?
On 19.01.2015 08:14 PM, Bram de Boer wrote:
> Sebastian wrote:
>> One theory might be that the addition of a new bwauth has shifted
>> which vote gets picked for the consensus. It's conceivable that
>> bwauths rate relays which are placed topologically close higher
>> than others.
> Thank you for your suggestion. I hope that is not the case and the drop
> consensus weight is just a temporary glitch. I will post to the
> development mailing list to see if the techies can comment on this.
> Paying hundreds of dollars of my hard earned money for a relay that is
> being used by the network is not something I will keep doing for long.
> support the goals and ideology of Tor, but the project will lose me as
> volunteer if consensus weight does not restore soon.
>> Hey there,
>> On 19 Jan 2015, at 10:03, eric gisse <jowr.pi at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> This is roughly consistent with what I've been seeing on my own node.
>>> On Mon, Jan 19, 2015 at 1:31 AM, Bram de Boer
>>> <list-tor-relays at nosur.com> wrote:
>>>> Update: generation of the http://nosur.com/consensus.txt list has
>>>> completed now, and contains 3683 relays that exist half a year or
>>>> Again the relays at the top of the list show the sharp drop in
>>>> weight end of december and a short spike around January 6th.
>> figuring out what happened will likely involve looking at the
>> authority votes to see if anything specific happened. One theory might
>> be that the addition of a new bwauth has shifted which vote gets
>> for the consensus. It's conceivable that bwauths rate relays which are
>> placed topologically close higher than others. I'm looking forward to
>> any analysis someone might do on this.
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