[tor-relays] Consensus Weight low when compared to Advertised Bandwidth

Matt Westfall mwestfall at ecansol.com
Mon Dec 16 18:46:25 UTC 2019

Also you didn't migrate your fingerprint. So it's a new server and will take weeks if not months for the consensus weight to creep up.

Matt Westfall
President & CIO 
ECAN Solutions, Inc. 

On December 16, 2019 1:30:48 PM EST, Neel Chauhan <neel at neelc.org> wrote:
>After having my Primcast.com dedicated server suspended, I signed up
>a dedicated server from Psychz Networks in their Dallas location to run
>a FreeBSD-powered Tor exit relay.
>While Psychz is a bit more expensive than Primcast/ServerRoom (and that
>is with an special offer), I get a slightly faster server and far
>customer support.
>One problem is that the consensus weight value is rather low in 
>proportion to the advertised bandwidth value, when they should be 
>approximately similar.
>In fact, my server's CPU usage never goes beyond 1%.
>Is this normal now that sbws is being deployed? Or is it bad peering on
>my relay?
>tor-relays mailing list
>tor-relays at lists.torproject.org
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