On Thu, Apr 10, 2008 at 04:54:06PM -0500, Jonathan Addington wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 10, 2008 at 4:31 PM, sigi <dugongs@xxxxxx
> > On Thu, Apr 10, 2008 at 03:41:45PM -0500, Jonathan Addington wrote:
> > >
> > > What OS and router (if you have one) are you running?
> > It's Debian etch running on a vserver
> If Tor is running as its own user (as is generally encouraged) you canAs I'm running only a bridge-relay now,, is it ok that your suggestions
> run "lsof -iTCP|grep tor-user" (which would remove "evince" above, or
> apache, vnc, or any other program that uses tcp). "lsof -iTCP|grep
> tor-user|wc -l" will give you an actually count, which will also
> include outgoing connections, which will increase the number if you
> are running an exit server. To narrow things down more you could run
> "lsof -iTCP|grep tor-user|grep 9001|wc -l" where 9001 is whatever port
> Tor actually takes connections on, which should give you a good idea
> of the number of nodes you are connected to.
only show three tor-connections?
# lsof -iTCP|grep debian-tor|grep 9001|wc -l
In comparison to my middleman before, it's like nothing...
Thanks a lot Jonathan, for your answers!