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Re: [or-talk] where are the exit nodes gone?

On Tue, 6 Apr 2010 at 21:01, Olaf Selke wrote:
> on my exit node blutmagie 

The fastest Tor node out there, kudos!

> the ratio of real bandwidth divided by
> advertised bandwidth has increased within the last three month by a
> factor of three. The "MaxAdvertisedBandwidth 2000 KB" config parameter
> leads to 135 MBit/s real bandwidth. Well known TNS sites like
> http://torstatus.kgprog.com sorted by bandwidth lists only two exit
> nodes within the top twenty.

Hm, we do not seem to monitor exit nodes over time (or do we?).
Looking at the tor.eff.org frontpage however there's an ad suggesting
that we were at 1755 exit nodes at one point. The current TNS sites
count only 584 exit nodes, a factor of three indeed :-\

Might this just be caused by some Tor code change leading to the TNS sites 
being unable to reliably determine if it's an exit node or not?

BOFH excuse #85:

Windows 95 undocumented "feature"
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