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Wiki about usage of vservers still up to date? / What are descriptors?
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Since I just joined this mailing list, I don't know whether this
question has already been updated/answered. If so, I apologize.
The wiki says you can't use TOR with a vserver (virtual server; several
people have their own virtual server on one real server and they have to
share its hardware) because TOR needs to connect to 1024 descriptors.
Is that still valid/up to date or has this changed yet?
Also, what are descriptors and how do I know if a server/vserver is able
to connect to 1024 descriptors?
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