[tor-relays] Nyx reported speed
John D. McDonnell
mcdonnjd at pcam.org
Mon Jan 8 20:27:05 UTC 2018
Sorry for top posting, but I don't have my mail client configured for a more proper inline or bottom posting. (I did that when I first got here but was forced to change it to appease my boss.)
The average metric you are referring to is the one that is updated with the bar graph correct? That one does show more promising numbers, but still generally still tends to fall far short of my 500KB/s allocation. (Seems to usually be from 70B/s to 250KB/s with bursts higher.) But if this is the actual rates I'm getting, then I am going to have to assume I've either got something configured wrong or my routers aren't allowing my servers to get up to full speed. (Both are probably equally likely. lol)
Thank you for clearing that up though, I've been quite perplexed by it reporting only B/s instead of KB/s for the average.
From: tor-relays [mailto:tor-relays-bounces at lists.torproject.org] On Behalf Of Damian Johnson
Sent: Monday, January 8, 2018 3:10 PM
To: tor-relays at lists.torproject.org
Subject: Re: [tor-relays] Nyx reported speed
Sorry about the confusion! Nyx should be showing an average metric as well which is based on the samplings it sees. *That* should be more helpful.
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