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Re: Declining traffic

On Fri, Apr 23, 2010 at 02:35:01PM +0200, Timo Schoeler wrote:
> I'm seeing declining traffic over the last few weeks, please see graph:
> It dropped from a sustainted 2,5Mbps (or more) to about a fifth, with a
> massive drop today.
> I'm running
> tor-
> on a 64Bit CentOS machine. Is there something going in the TOR network?

My first thought is that you updated your openssl rpm in centos, which
disabled tls renegotiation in yet another new way, and that broke your
Tor relay. Meaning your relay still worked, but it would only do tls
renegotiation with other people with centos's particular openssl twist.

Tor fixes the issue we hope:
    - Fix SSL renegotiation behavior on OpenSSL versions like on Centos
      that claim to be earlier than 0.9.8m, but which have in reality
      backported huge swaths of 0.9.8m or 0.9.8n renegotiation
      behavior. Possible fix for some cases of bug 1346.

But we haven't yet put out a stable release that includes that patch.

So if you upgraded to the latest 0.2.2.x-alpha to get the fixes for other
bugs, you would get the fix for this bug too. Let us know if it works.


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