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On Tue, Feb 17, 2009 at 10:00 AM, Scott Bennett <bennett@xxxxxxxxxx>
Really? I know that seems to be in accord with the received wisdom
on this list, but I, for one, no longer make that assumption. For one thing,
my node spends most of the time handling somewhere between 15% and 50% of its
proven data rate capacity. Occasionally it may sustain on the order of 70%
or 75% for up to a few minutes at a time. Also, the torstatus page now
You are probably connected to some other Tor network than me :-). My exit node was on 100% all the time, until I reject everything except HTTP(s) traffic.
I think torrents on tor is hard question. We cannot restrict Tor, but torrenters are annoying us (right, me and some others). I prefer any kind of port-oriented QoS or so. http should have more priority than non-generic ports, because, probably, there are users waiting for responses. But it probably much harder to do than block Tor ips in bittorent clients ;-).