[tor-relays] Tor relay problem
findmei at protonmail.com
Fri May 17 23:16:23 UTC 2019
Thank you for replying to my mail.
Damn it. My isp is blocking me. Is it possible to run this node in some way?
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On May 17, 2019, 01:24, Roger Dingledine wrote:
> On Thu, May 16, 2019 at 06:56:10PM +0000, findmei wrote:
>> May 15 14:42:13.000 [warn] Unable to stat resolver configuration in '/etc/resolv.conf': Permission denied
> This one is weird and unexpected. Your relay can't do any dns resolves
> of its own if it can't read that file. For a non-exit relay (which you
> appear to be), that's not so bad.
> As for why that might happen, my first thought is some sort of apparmor
> permissions that intercept the file access attempt and block it.
>> May 15 14:49:13.000 [warn] HTTP status 307 ("Temporary Redirect") was unexpected while uploading descriptor to server '184.108.40.206:80'. Possibly the server is misconfigured?
> This one is most likely something on your network trying to attack or
> censor or intercept your outgoing traffic. Maybe there is something
> that calls itself antivirus, or firewall, or web cleaner, or something
> like that? Or maybe your ISP or your country does something like that
> 'for' you automatically?
>> I try to chmod 777 /etc/resolv.conf for this warning " /etc/resolv.conf': Permission denied".But it didnt work it.And then i searched it on google for "HTTP status 307 ("Temporary Redirect")" .But i didn't find solution.Any suggestions?
>> /var/log/tor/notices.log => https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/JsPGdgFJyT/
> A possible reason why the relay wasn't listed as Running was that there
> were three different relays running at that IP address in the past day,
> and Tor tries to limit to at most two relays per IP address.
> Anyway, it looks like it is now listed.
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