[tor-relays] First (positive) experiences with a Tor Relay on Raspberry Pi3

Pierre L. petrus at miosweb.mooo.com
Mon Apr 11 19:32:45 UTC 2016

To see current temperature of my RPi v1 + v2, I'm using "phpsysinfo"
You need a webserver + php, it's php scripts that can give you
informations on a webpage about temp, quotas, hdd...
It's not monitoring 24/24, only when you refresh/surf the webpage.
To see the RPi temp with this tool, in phpsysinfo.ini :
(and enable javascript in your browser to see "/index.php?disp=dynamic"

Munin was too heavy on the RPi v1... not tested on the v2...And I don't
remember if it was able to catch and draw temperature...

I've read on some websites RPi v3 can be really hot when it's working... :(

And thx for your positive message, it's always nice to read this !

Le 11/04/2016 16:00, Odd Sec a écrit :
> I have also had heat issues with raspb. Solution in my setup was a
> small dollar store fan for air movement. My plan today is to put up
> another relay on another pi.
> ps. I must say that the tor community is one of the most helpful and
> supportive groups ive come across. Not because of our core purpose. It
> is because we already are in a position to help the world and we top
> that with a email list that is always full of people willing to help
> their fellow man/woman help the world more efficiently. These selfless
> acts do not go unnoticed. Id sit in a relay center helping you all
> back 9-5 if time allowed
> Together we are awesome. Thats my speech for the year.
> Thank you all!
> On Apr 10, 2016 6:30 PM, "Yawning Angel" <yawning at schwanenlied.me
> <mailto:yawning at schwanenlied.me>> wrote:
>     On Sun, 10 Apr 2016 21:48:06 +0000
>     fr33d0m4all <fr33d0m4all at riseup.net
>     <mailto:fr33d0m4all at riseup.net>> wrote:
>     [snip]
>     > Thank you very much Yawning for the news, I didn't know about that!
>     > I'm running stable from the Jessie repo, I hope the new
>     > ARMv8-AES-enabled version will be out "soon" in the repo (but I
>     don't
>     > think it will happen soon, at least for the stable branch, right?)
>     0.2.8.x will be in a stable repo shortly.  However as far as I
>     know, we
>     do not separately build OpenSSL packages (and the 1.1.0 series is
>     still
>     in pre-release state), so you will either need to be patient, or wait
>     the 15 years it takes for Debian to update anything[0].
>     > BTW, I can't offer more than 14 Mbps, which are about 75% of my
>     upload
>     > BW, so I can live for a while without AES acceleration :)
>     Well, crypto being more efficient would reduce load on the box and
>     lessen the likelyhood of it catching fire. :P
>     Realistically I'd wait till there at least is a formal OpenSSL 1.1.0
>     release before using it for more than testing.  But I figured it would
>     be good to note that the RasPi3 will benefit.
>     Regards,
>     --
>     Yawning Angel
>     [0]: Obvious hyperbole is obvious.
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