[tor-talk] 'How to report bad relays' (blog entry)
BM-2D8wMEVgGVY76je1WXNPfo8SrpZt5yGHES at bitmessage.ch
Thu Jul 31 19:19:22 UTC 2014
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> I believe that the mere fact that a relay was blocked (via BadExit
> or reject) can be published.
Will dir auth ops make the list of rejected relays including its
reason for removal available to the public for transparency?
>> where can we find a list of all relays that have been removed
>> from the consensus in the past so far? I tried to find 'rejected'
>> flagged relays on the following page but wasn't successful.
> Rejected relays are not part of the consensus
If I understand option AuthDirReject correctlty, a dir auth. is not
voting for such a relay with the 'rejected' flag*, it is simply not
putting that relay in its vote at all.
So there is currently no way to determine whether a relay has been
"disappeared" by dir auth ops or the relay op decided to discontinue
running the relay itself?
(I was not looking for BadExit relays - they are easy to spot in the
*) actually there is no such thing as a 'rejected' flag
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