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Re: Error Message when stop Tor with Vidalia
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Yeah, from what I know, "catching signal TERM, exiting cleanly" just
means Tor is shutting down but will wait (30 secs I think) before
doing so to allow clients to find a new circuit first (hope that was
correct). So it's all working as intended regarding this message. ;)
German Tor mailing list / surveillance and anonymity:
New GPG key ID: 4096R/87FF3BA2, old key is revoked.
Michael_google gmail_Gersten schrieb:
> That all looks correct to me.
> As for the error? It looks like it is saying that it is logged at
> "error" level of importance -- important enough that you see it. It
> does not mean that it's actually an error.
> On 3/6/07, Jason Edwards <jasonedwards3@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> (I forgot the subject line in my previous post)
>> I am new to Tor so please forgive my ignorance...
>> When I use Vidalia to start and then stop Tor I get the following
>> messages in my Log.
>> Mar 05 15:13:24:072 [Notice] Tor v0.1.2.9-rc. This is experimental
>> software. Do not rely on it for strong anonymity.
>> Mar 05 15:13:24:078 [Notice] Enabling experimental OS X kqueue support
>> with libevent 1.3a. If this turns out to not work, set the
>> variable EVENT_NOKQUEUE, and tell the Tor developers.
>> Mar 05 15:13:24:083 [Notice] Initialized libevent version 1.3a using
>> method kqueue. Good.
>> Mar 05 15:13:24:088 [Notice] Opening Socks listener on 127.0.0.1:9050
>> Mar 05 15:13:24:091 [Notice] Opening Control listener on
>> Mar 05 15:13:25:787 [Notice] We now have enough directory
>> information to
>> build circuits.
>> Mar 05 15:13:28:491 [Notice] Tor has successfully opened a circuit.
>> Looks like client functionality is working.
>> Mar 05 15:16:43:073 [Error] Catching signal TERM, exiting cleanly.
>> Is everything working correctly?
>> Why do I get an error message when I stop Tor?
>> Thanks for the time...
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