[tor-relays] tor cpu / MBit/s benchmarks
teor2345 at gmail.com
Sat Feb 3 22:34:54 UTC 2018
> On 4 Feb 2018, at 07:55, George <george at queair.net> wrote:
>> I'd like to collect some samples for how many MBit/s on a single tor daemon
>> are possible on given CPU model before it is limited by the CPU.
>> If your single tor daemon routes more than 350 MBit/s in each direction
>> and you are running on bare metal it would be awesome if you could share your
>> - CPU model (ideally a link to ark.intel.com if it is an intel cpu)
>> - avg. daily CPU usage (ie. from munin graphs)
>> - actual traffic (MBit/s)
>> - optional: relay fingerprint
> +OS would be wonderful.
You can test how much Tor traffic your machine can handle with chutney:
git clone https://git.torproject.org/chutney.git
# Pass 100 MB of random data through a 3-hop tor path on your local machine
chutney/tools/test-network.sh --data-bytes 104857600
Chutney runs a Tor client, 3 relays, and a python script, so your results will
be slightly lower than the maximum. But they are much more reproducible,
because they don't depend on your network connection.
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