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opening up (exit policy) a bit ...

Let's say you run a tor relay with no exit policy:

reject *:*

And then later you alter that exit policy a bit:

accept *:80,reject *:*

My understanding is that this system will continue to be used as a non-exit relay, but will then also be used as an exit. That is, it's not going to be monopolized by exit traffic only ... it will do both, right ?

If that is the case, is the distribution random ? Or is there some expected ratio I should see between non-exit relay traffic and port 80 exit traffic ?

Have I complicated that ratio by having a very restrictive exit policy, or doesn't that matter ?

Thank you.
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