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What's the best way to ensure that Tor spreads bandwidth more or less
evenly over a AccountingMax period? Currently, my 1GB of allocation
gets eaten up over the first three hours or so of operation. I could
set the rate limits lower, but is there currently a way for Tor to
make inteligent decisions based on the average load? In other words,
in an ideal world, Tor would determine the average load, and normalize
it over the 24 hour AccountingMax period, giving the average rate as
the upper bandwidth rate during the day. This average would move a bit
over time, but always aim for AccountingMax over the course of the
Is this possible, and does it make sense to anyone?
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