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Re: [tor-talk] Issues with vidalia-obfsproxy-bridge-bundle-0.2.4.12-alpha-0.3.3-alpha on Windows
From: Asa Rossoff [mailto:asa@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Saturday, June 01, 2013 4:33 AM
Subject: Issues with
vidalia-obfsproxy-bridge-bundle-0.2.4.12-alpha-0.3.3-alpha on Windows
[A. R.] .
> 5) Sometimes, problem #4 never occurs: Tor simply stops generating log
messages and I dissappear from the consensus (onionoo status=down). This
also takes some hours. This is the state at this moment as I write this
message, and looking at the log, there is nothing unusual reported
(level=notice/warning) (if beneficial, I can learn how to have Tor generate
a full debug log when run directly without Vidalia). Tor is still
functioning as a client -- without log messages to the terminal, at least
for a longstanding existing connection.
[A. R.] Interesting development just now: I went to the Tor console window
that has shown no activity for many hours (andonionoo shows me down). I was
about to close it and restsart Tor, but on a whim hit the ESC keep instead.
Tor immediatiately came back to life, ebginning with the following message
"[warn] Your system clock just jumped 64376 seconds forward; assuming
established circuits no longer work." and restested it's OR port (which
succeeded quickly). I guess it's working again.. will leave it for
now..strange trange strange. I guess I can run it from a batch file that
pipes a huge file with ESC's into it.. might keep it alive..
Thanks again if any insights;
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