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Re: Lots of errors in logs (>300mb)

Good guess. I'm running on a 2.8ghz Celeron, but my exit policy was
flawed I believe. I've since fixed it, I hope.


On Tue, Jan 31, 2006 at 03:21:33AM -0500, Roger Dingledine wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 30, 2006 at 12:32:02AM -0500, circut@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
> > Hey guys, I'm running tor- on linux. I'm running an onion router 
> > on my box, and I'm seeing alot of these errors in my tor.log:
> > 
> > Jan 30 00:25:30.735 [notice] onion_pending_add(): Already have 100
> > onions queued. Closing.
> > Jan 30 00:25:30.735 [warn] command_process_create_cell(): Failed to hand
> > off onionskin. Closing.
> > 
> > These were filling my logs up like crazy, so I just removed those log 
> > lines from the code and recompiled. 
> > 
> > Just wanted to know if there was a better facility for limiting those
> > logs. I can't imagine those log entries being anything serious right?
> These are very serious. They mean that your Tor server is overloaded
> and can't keep up with the clients trying to use it. I've just changed
> the log message to be more helpful:
> "Your computer is too slow to handle this many circuit creation
>  requests! Please consider using the MaxAdvertisedBandwidth config
>  option or choosing a more restricted exit policy."
> Does that help? My best guess is either that you're running on a 20mhz
> processor, or you set your exit policy to accept *:*, or both.
> --Roger