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Re: Problems with TOR & FreeBSD -resolved


Thanks for the information.

I am using the new libevent with TOR and have remained operational for several days now. I changed my server config to act only as a middleman due to my lack of resources (700mhz, 128mb ram on a FreeBSD laptop). My server is pushing between 100-400 KB/sec with the TOR process sitting at almost idle. I'm extremely pleased with the performance.

FYI- two days ago I introduced a friend to TOR. He immediately logged into his server, set up TOR (crackhoe), and is now pushing a nice amount of traffic. It's good to see additional high speed servers come online.

Lastly, I received my TOR tshirt a couple of weeks ago. Anyone that hasn't received a tshirt should definitely get one if they are still available.


Roger Dingledine wrote:

On Fri, May 20, 2005 at 04:52:39PM -0400, Warren Barrow wrote:

I am trying to track down an issue I am experiencing with TOR on FreeBSD 5.3. I had a problem once where TOR v0.1.0.5 core dumped while using libevent 1.0e. I upgraded libevent to 1.1 and have tried the new editions of TOR as they were made available. I only received the coredump that one time. My behavior now is TOR will run for a short while then error out with the following entries:


May 20 15:13:49.616 [err] do_main_loop(): libevent poll with kqueue failed: Invalid argument [22]

Hi Warren,

We found this bug (in libevent), and the new libevent 1.1a that
Niels put up today should hopefully address it: