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On 29.06.2005 21:27, Roger Dingledine wrote:
| On Thu, Jun 23, 2005 at 10:31:49AM +0200, tildeOne tor router wrote:
|> Ok, I didn't describe this very well. Indeed when looking at the logs
|> I'd think there is no problem. But the following points make me think
|> there is:
|> - - no DSL activity (normally heavy action while running tor)
|> - - http://serifos.eecs.harvard.edu:8000/cgi-bin/exit.pl?sortbw=1&addr=1
|> showing the "unresponsive node" flag
|> - - when restarting tor -> no such process, none killed
|> - - everytime this happened the last entry in the log was spawn_enough...
| Ok, I think the spawn_enough_dnsworkers log entry is just a coincidence.
| The real problem is that your Tor process is crashing unexpectedly and
| without any log entries to indicate what's going on.
| Perhaps you are running a buggy version of libevent? You need at least
| libevent 1.1 on Linux, and 1.1a on *BSD.
| (Are these problems still happening for you, or did they go away?)
libevent is 1.1 on Linux. It hasn't happened again in the meantime (I
had to restart the machine relative often for other reasons though, so
tor wasn't running for more than a day without a break) , I'll be
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