[tor-relays] Consensus weight dropped

Josef 'veloc1ty' Stautner hello at veloc1ty.de
Sat Jan 31 21:48:50 UTC 2015

Hello List,

at this point I want to thank Bram de Boer for spending an unmetered
server. Dediacted servers with unmetered network is not cheap and should
be treated differently as a virtual server at OVH.
I can totally agree why he is disappointed about that.

Just deleting the identity is not a solution for me. The identity of a
server is also a certificate of the spend effort. If something like that
would happen to my relays I would be out of here. Especially I'm not
using Tor at all but want to help people who can not access the web like
I can do.

I recently tried to check why the consensus dropped by reviewing the
votes data and digged into the source but my knowledge about that is far
below the average. So I hope someone with more knowledge is reviewing
this case and post a solution or declare it as a general probleme and
write a bug report.


Am 31.01.2015 um 22:35 schrieb Network Operations Center:
> 2)
> This link has been posted:
> http://freehaven.net/~arma/moria1-v3-status-votes
> which is a collection of all 9 BWauth nodes. Currently there is
> nothing a node operator can do bar deleting his keys. Atleast no other
> solution has been posted in this thread.
> On 31.01.2015 10:23 PM, starlight.2015q1 at binnacle.cx wrote:
>> At 21:51 1/31/2015 +0100, you wrote:
>>> This has already been done.
>> Implicit in my post is that
>> 1) about 10 days have passed, so recent
>> data is more relevant than the earlier
>> work, especially an one BWauth operator
>> stated his node should be doing better;
>> and
>> 2) no precise mention of how to obtain
>> the data was posted earlier and doing
>> so might enable Bram de Boer to examine
>> and track the situation directly.
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