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Re: BandwidthRate does this actually work ?
On Sat, 18 Feb 2006, Harley Peters wrote:
> Peter Palfrader wrote:
> >On Sat, 18 Feb 2006, Harley Peters wrote:
> >>Harley Peters wrote:
> >>>Do these settings actually work ?
> >>Ok i have found out that this is due to directory mirroring.
> >>I will have to turn directory mirroring off until i get qos working.
> >Tor is working on making even such servers useable as directory mirrors,
> >and maybe 0.1.0.17 already does it for you. Maybe you can give the
> >latest version a try? It's supposed to not give clients an (old-style)
> >directory if the writebucket is empty.
> >If you do try it please let us know how it works out for you.
> Well i tried 0.1.0.17 and it didn't seem to help me. The problem is when
> i turn on directory mirroring i get so many directory requests that it
> saturates the connection. And since bandwidthrate doesn't check the out
> bound traffic which is what directory traffic mainly is it just uses all
> the bandwidth the connection has. The rest of the tor traffic hasn't
> been anywhere near the the bandwidth limit i have set.
Ok, then I guess disabling DirPort will help :)
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