[tor-relays] Determining geographical locations for a new exit relay would help most

Ethan Rose ethan at ethanrose.co.nz
Sun May 3 19:12:34 UTC 2015

OVH is pretty good value,

CAD$2.99/mo for 1GB RAM and unlimited transfer at 100Mbps (it’s speed limited after 10,000GB) and both IPv4/6.

However there are 424 OVH relays across 12 countries might not fit with your goal to add more diversity https://compass.torproject.org/#?exit_filter=all_relays&links&sort=cw&sort_reverse&country=&ases=AS16276&by_country&top=-1&by_as=false <https://compass.torproject.org/#?exit_filter=all_relays&links&sort=cw&sort_reverse&country=&ases=AS16276&by_country&top=-1&by_as=false>

> On May 3, 2015, at 2:50 PM, nusenu <nusenu at openmailbox.org> wrote:
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> > * Price (hardware bang for the buck. SSD, 1000GB bw/mo in most
> > locations. Starter pkg is $5/mo)
> I'd say 7$ for 2TB/mo on 1GB RAM is expensive if you compare it with
> 100mbps unmetered and lets say you are able to saturate ~50% =
> ~30TB/mo (~50 mpbs* in one direction) for ~15$/mo with 1GB RAM (in HU,
> 0.6% CW).
> https://lists.torproject.org/pipermail/tor-relays/2013-January/001835.html
> 2TB/mo is not a lot of traffic, it translates to less than 4mpbs in
> one direction.
> ..but anyway thanks for adding more OpenBSD relays.
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