[tor-relays] Guard flag?
petrus at miosweb.mooo.com
Fri Apr 8 07:47:10 UTC 2016
Using vnstat on the linux box to show bandwidth used,
For example, for 1 day, it shows :
rx tx total avg. rate
56.64 GiB 57.79 GiB 114.44 GiB 1.36MiB/s
So, to understand easily by a fun and cool example... It's possible to
win the famous Tor TShirt
if your relay has a bandwidth average >=500KBytes/s during 2 months.
So with those 1.36MiB/s running for 2 months, will it be ok to claim the
I'm right, it can be confusing,
mo, Mo, MiO, Mio
Le 08/04/2016 09:06, Markus Koch a écrit :
> Its in bytes because it is a file. You do have a 100/1000 mBIT
> ethernetcard and a 7/16 mBIT adsl/cable/whatever internet connection
> while surfing over your 52 mBIT wlan router.
> 2016-04-08 8:27 GMT+02:00 Pierre L. <petrus at miosweb.mooo.com>:
>> Why not, but people using their computer usually see bytes and octets...
>> When they are downloading a file, the speed is Mo/Ko, so...
>> Yes it can be confusing !
>> Le 08/04/2016 01:43, Markus Koch a écrit :
>>> As a CCNP R&S and Security: STOP using bytes in networking. Networking
>>> is measured in bits for fluffys sake.
>>> 2016-04-07 20:32 GMT+02:00 SuperSluether <supersluether at gmail.com>:
>>>> My mistake, 2Mbits does mean 250 KBytes. I get confused when converting
>>>> bits/bytes. Sorry for that confusion.
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