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Re: [tor-talk] Craigslist now giving Tor the slows, lol

On Sat, Jun 14, 2014 at 3:44 AM, Mirimir <mirimir@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> using something like liburi-fetch-perl, yes? A little reading tells me

Fetch, wget, curl, elinks, lynx, printf depending on some features
like cookies. Mostly wget with Mozilla Windows agent string.

> Sorry, I wasn't clear. I meant that I might have been overloading my Tor
> client with too many simultaneous circuits.

maybe maxclientcircuitspending

> Fundamentally, CL doesn't care what anyone else thinks ;)

They make and live their own reputation then. And their keeping
of all posts etc forever, even ones you remove, is specialy appalling.

>>> 30-60 minutes to 20-40 minutes. That may reduce page-size variance.
>> A lot of the top50 use dynamic 'content' so it is expected on those,
>> unless fetching single elements.
> Again, I'm talking about effects on my client and the VM it's in, not on
> Tor relays or websites.

I meant page-size variance resulting from dynamic content like nytimes.com.
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