[tor-relays] A bridge too far

ncl at cock.li ncl at cock.li
Mon Jun 22 01:04:44 UTC 2015

> Hello,
> Can anybody help me figure out why my bridge has stopped showing the
> flags fast, running and stable? Especially stable, I would love to get
> that flag back. I run two bridges, on two different Rasp Pi's, the one
> with a globe fingerprint of B08284109C72C81ACF5866A17A4CC64CE3E16499 .
> The other with a globe fingerprint of
> 1BCD3EBEFE17EEB86EEDE21D5E2DB8468E2864CF . The first bridge runs with
> obfs 3 & 4 on a Pi 2. It seems I lost the stable flag around the time I
> got obfs 4 up and running. The second bridge runs only with obfs 3 on an
> older Pi.
> I've read that the stable flag is quite handy. Any ideas about how I can
> get it back?
> Greetings,
> J Chase

1BCD3EBEFE17EEB86EEDE21D5E2DB8468E2864CF looks fine,
B08284109C72C81ACF5866A17A4CC64CE3E16499 however doesn't even have the
running flag, which seems odd. Just a guess: Has your bridge entered
hibernation mode? Can you check its logs for anything suspicious?

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