[tor-relays] Average packaged cell fullness - decreasing recently

Kees Goossens kees at itisgoodtobetheking.com
Thu Jan 22 20:27:41 UTC 2015

And a similar graph of freshcloud, where the decrease started mid September.

> On 22 Jan 2015, at 21:21, Kees Goossens <kees at itisgoodtobetheking.com> wrote:
> Dear all,
> According to the log file of freshhumbug, the average packaged cell fullness always decreases after restarting my relay.
> This seems to have initiated mid/late October 2014,:-before then the packaged cell fullness was more or less constant.
> Whatever the measure exactly means, this doesn’t seem right.
> Hibernation has no impact, i.e. the fullness decreases from before to after hibernation.
> Could anyone comment on whether this is true but not to worry, or true and to worry, or not true (and not worry)?
> Graph enclosed (start=23 July 2014, end=today, running more or less all the time, apart from a little hibernation), showing the Nth ‘Averaged packaged cell fullness’ message in the logfile on the X axis and its value on the Y axis.  (i.e. X axis does not exactly represent 6 hour intervals due to occasional hibernation.)
> The steep increases coincide with restarting the relay.
> Thanks.
> Kees
> <Screen Shot 2015-01-22 at 21.09.50.png>

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