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Re: [or-talk] Re: huge pages, was where are the exit nodes gone?

     On Thu, 15 Apr 2010 14:42:26 +0200 Olaf Selke <olaf.selke@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Scott Bennett wrote:
>>      Olaf, if you're awake and on-line at/near this hour:-), how about
>> an update, now that blutmagie has been running long enough to complete
>> its climb to FL510 and accelerate to its cruising speed?  Also, how about
>> some numbers for how it ran without libhugetlbfs, even if only approximate,
>> for comparison?  (The suspense is really getting to me.:^)
>tor process is still growing:
>anonymizer2:~# hugeadm --pool-list
>      Size  Minimum  Current  Maximum  Default
>   2097152      100      319     1000        *
>21716 debian-t  20   0 2075m 1.1g  25m R 95.2 29.4   2020:29 0 tor
     That CPU usage looks pretty high to me, but I still don't know what
you were accustomed to seeing tor use before, so is it higher so far?
>It hard to tell after only one day how throughput is affected. Pls give
>me some more days. In the meanwhile everybody can do his own assessment

    Okay.  But, again, I'd still like to know whether the hugepages are
helping tor's CPU load or hurting it, and I would need some historical
clues, even if just estimates, to know the answer to that.

>from mrtg data http://torstatus.blutmagie.de/public_mrtg

     It's in the queue, but I ran into a firefox bug again a few minutes
ago and had to kill it.  Now your statistics page is competing with the
reloading of well over 200 open tabs. B^}  Once it has loaded, though,
I'll refresh the page from time to time to check on things.  How often
are the graphs updated?  (Yes, I see the 5-minute refresh timeout on the
page, but is the timeout related to graph regeneration?)
>There are additional non-public graphs for environmental data monitoring
>like temperatures, fan speeds, and other super secret stuff which gives
>me a hint if someone is messing with my hardware.
     Ooh!  A cloak-and-dagger challenge for OR-TALK subscribers?  Cool!
:)  Not that I'm into that sort of thing, you understand...ahem.

                                  Scott Bennett, Comm. ASMELG, CFIAG
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