[tor-relays] what is the Nyx "measured" bandwidth?
atagar at torproject.org
Wed Jul 4 22:00:18 UTC 2018
Hi Ron, are you sure you're using Nyx rather than the old arm
codebase? I could be mistaken but my recollection (and quick read of
the code) I think the graph title bar should only have 'limit',
'burst', and 'observed'. Iirc the 'measured' was removed.
On Wed, Jul 4, 2018 at 1:05 PM, <ronqtorrelays at risley.net> wrote:
> I've been running a couple of relays for 3-4 years now. They are on lightly-loaded 100MB/s fiber links. They have seven flags, lots of uptime, etc. They advertise 20Mb/s, but Nyx reports:
> "measured: 22.1 Kb/s" for D76E1FDC7A3D899282BB882F74111B36A6D14B64
> "measured: 28.6 Kb/s" for 56DCA89A6B41ADA30E891EF65FDCC071DC05079B
> The graphs Nyx displays usually show around 10Mbps (but are quite variable).
> The graphs on metrics.torproject.org show the bandwidth hovering around 800 K bytes/second.
> So why is the "measured" bandwidth from Nyx so low?
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