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On 03.07.2005 04:02, Roger Dingledine wrote:
>> After this no traffic at all, the tor.pid was still there but no process
>> running and therefor none killed when restarting.
>> Now I don't think it's just a coincidence.
> By "after this", do you have a sense of how long after that log entry
> the Tor process died? I still claim it's a coincidence. :)
"After this" ranges from half an hour to an hour. What makes me think
it's not a coincidence is that the server has died several times and in
each of these cases the last logs said spawn_enough... which is a notice
appearing rarely compared to other logs. I think if it was a coincidence
logs before dying should be rather random.
> The next step is probably to try to get a core file. Also, you should
> check the output of "dmesg" to make sure your out-of-memory-killer isn't
> in action.
I didn't find core files right now that it happened again. I did ulimit
- -c unlimited before starting tor the last time. dmesg doesn't show
anything helpful too. I'm sorry, I know this isn't very helpful. Thanks
for your replies anyway.
server key fingerprint
5F69 47DA 52A0 99B7 06C8 8319 6DE8 4803 7817 D32A
signing key fingerprint
A812 3E53 75A0 21A4 C73B 7438 35B4 F926 582O 4CEC
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