[tor-relays] Tor Relay Bandwidth Question

Jonathan Marquardt mail at parckwart.de
Mon May 14 19:36:40 UTC 2018

On Mon, May 14, 2018 at 12:26:42PM -0700, Keifer Bly wrote:
> So I have been away from the computer where my relay is running off of for a 
> few days. I have been wanting to check how much data my relay has been 
> receiving during this time. I check it at 
> http://torstatus.blutmagie.de/router_detail.php?FP=db1af6477bb276b6ea5e72132684096eee779d30, 
> but that only shows how many “bytes” have been sent. I am wondering, is 
> there a way to show this in megabytes / gigabytes?

Well, if dividing is too much work for you, have a look at your relay's logs. 
You should see something like this every now and then:

May 14 19:31:50 vmd20267 Tor[486]: Heartbeat: Tor's uptime is 5 days 11:59 hours, with 9841 circuits open. I've sent 2466.00 GB and received 2441.27 GB.

This is an example from one of my relays.

If you want to get more in depth with monitoring your relays, check out Nyx:
OpenPGP Key: 47BC7DE83D462E8BED18AA861224DBD299A4F5F3
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