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Re: bug / ISPs blocking ?
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This happens to me every so often, say about once per month. AFAIK,
this is normal and is a result of some dirservers going down before
the new polling data is distributed across the whole network (?)
> Does anyone know why I would be getting responses of:
> Sep 10 17:24:37.203 [notice] Tor 0.1.1.23 opening new log file. Sep
> 10 17:24:37.515 [notice] I learned some more directory information,
> but not enough to build a circuit. Sep 10 17:24:39.343 [notice] I
> learned some more directory information, but not enough to build a
> circuit. Sep 10 17:24:41.906 [notice] I learned some more directory
> information, but not enough to build a circuit. Sep 10 17:24:42.281
> [notice] I learned some more directory information, but not enough
> to build a circuit. Sep 10 17:24:42.640 [notice] We now have enough
> directory information to build circuits.
> Yet, no circuit is ever built? I have come across this, it is
> always like that on my network now, and some other users have
> reported it as well. I've tried it on other machines on my network
> and I have the same problem.
> Is this a case of the ISP blocking connection to tor? What could be
> causing this?
> Regards, Arrakistor
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