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Re: AccountingMax and directory serving
On Mon, 20 Feb 2006, Mike Zanker wrote:
> I've had a look at the FAQ and can't find the answer to this. Does
> AccountingMax take into account directory serving?
> I'm guessing the
> answer is yes, because I have set AccountingMax to 3500 MB and my server
> hibernated after about this much outbound traffic, even though inbound
> was less than 2GB. I'm assuming the difference between in and out is
> largely directory requests.
Tor 0.1.1.x will try to be smarter and not publish the DirPort if it
only has a small amount of traffic in a given timeframe. I don't know
what the cutoff value is tho.
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