[tor-relays] "large number of connections to other relays" - What should I do?
ECAN - Matt Westfall
mwestfall at ecansol.com
Fri Nov 8 15:51:13 UTC 2019
I noticed this yesterday when setting up a new node.
It's because Tor establishes a bunch of internal circuits for testing
and stability when you first start it up so it can measure it and such.
Mine went away after about 24 hours.
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Subject: [tor-relays] "large number of connections to other relays" -
What should I do?
>I'm running a new non-exit relay on my server which has a shared
>address, and I often see the following message in my log file:
>Your relay has a very large number of connections to other relays. Is
>your outbound address the same as your relay address?
>Do I have to worry about that? If the answer is yes, what should I do?
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