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Re: via ControlPort, postdescriptor w/ purpose=general fails
On Wed, Jan 16, 2008 at 11:09:57AM -0600, Jon McLachlan wrote:
> "+POSTDESCRIPTOR purpose=general cache=no"+CRLF+desc+CRLF+"."+CRLF
> However, when I post the descriptor with the latter (purpose=general),
> Tor trips an assert on line 3115 in routerlist.c. It seems to be
> indicating an error that did not recieve a proper log msg from the
> "attempted inserting" of the descriptor (the msg is null).
Thanks; I think I've fixed this assert in r13153:
It'll be part of the 0.2.0.16-alpha release whenever that comes out.
(In the future, if you say what Tor version you're using (I think you
were using 0.2.0.15-alpha), and exactly what the assert error is, that
will help me to track these down faster.)
> If I set
> purpose=controller, the posted descriptor is accepted. My question is
> two fold: If a descriptor has purpose=controller, is there
> documentation somewhere that explains what significance this has on the
> desc / tunnels constructed through this or?
I just added a brief description into path-spec.txt: