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Re: low bandwidth utilization

On Mon, Jul 03, 2006 at 03:27:17PM +0200, Peter Palfrader wrote:

> Tor clients don't trust nodes a lot that just came, also nodes that just
> started don't know how much traffic they can handle, so it takes a while
> to crank up.

But it shouldn't take days, right?
> Define crash.  Do you have core files in /var/lib/tor?

Oh, that's where they've been hiding:
-rw-------  1 debian-tor debian-tor 247013376 Dec 28  2005 core.10725
-rw-------  1 debian-tor debian-tor 200962048 May 18 12:57 core.14185
-rw-------  1 debian-tor debian-tor 342339584 Apr 17 14:03 core.17722
-rw-------  1 debian-tor debian-tor 189263872 Jun 15 20:33 core.32686
-rw-------  1 debian-tor debian-tor 260505600 Dec 27  2005 core.4377
that's not nearly enough, though. Some of the crashes are apparently

Can you use the coredumps for analysis? Shall I put them in a secret location,
and send you the link off-list?

Eugen* Leitl <a href="http://leitl.org";>leitl</a> http://leitl.org
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