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Re: [tor-talk] Pluggable Transports metrics?
On Sat, Dec 15, 2012 at 08:11:08PM +0100, Sebastian G. <bastik.tor> wrote:
> For Flashproxy could there be a metric how many flash proxies
> available at a given time? (Maybe a graph over time.)
> The last can be probably provided by the facilitator. Numbers don't have
> to be accurate. (Is there a way to figure out how many Web socket
> proxies are available and is this even desirable to disclose?)
I don't have this data in an automated way, but I was able to construct
a graph from the facilitator log. (The facilitator logs when a proxy
connects to it, but not the IP address, so this might be counting some
Over the last three months it looks like we usually have between 20 and
I too would like to be able to see this information in closer to real
time. The facilitator could accept a command to print the average number
of proxies over the last 24 hours, for example.
The facilitator code is not very complicated; maybe someone can make a
patch? It could be a new command like COUNT.
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