On 2012-07-08 09:24, Andreas Krey wrote: > I'm occasionally seeing bursts of that in my log: > > Jul 08 08:37:59.000 [warn] 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. Did you reboot your dsl router? IIRC, there was a similar problem when I run a Tor relay behind my Fritz!Box (AVM). After max. 10 days online, connections where drastically slowed down by the box (lack of ressources). Rebooting the box every sunday was a good workaround for a while. In the meantime my dsl router was replaced by a dedicated dsl modem + router (pfsense) - no more such problems since then. > So, the question is: Is there something fishy or something buggy > going on here? Or neither, but then what is that? I don't know. If you run your relay an Linux, you can use 'iptables' with the module 'recent' to limit new connections/second. > This is 0.2.3.12-alpha running on a pretty lowly AMD Geode 500 MHz. > I've taken the tor node offline for a few more hours. I don't think that the cpu is the limitting factor. My Tor relay is running on such a machine (Alix-Board) too, (bandwidthrate 64000 B) without problems.
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