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Re: Network Status Reports

On Thu, May 13, 2010 at 2:58 AM, Olaf Selke <olaf.selke@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> you are right. Blutmagie uses a different bandwidth calculation using
> average bandwidth values instead of peak load. I've adopted some code
> written by Kasimir Gabert from his tns 4.0 trunk version.
> Btw Kasimir's trunk tns site http://trunk.torstatus.kgprog.com uses the
> same calculation like blutmagie.
> This algorithm fulfilled Roger's wish #2 from his wishlist posted on
> this list two years ago:
> http://archives.seul.org/or/talk/Jan-2008/msg00300.html
> There are two other non standard tns 3.6.1 gimmicks introduced on Blutmagie.
> 1.) Hovering mouse pointer over the a flag shows the city as a tool tip
> and clicking on a flag opens router's location in Openstreetmap.
> 2.) In table "Aggregate Network Statistic Summary" at page's bottom
> there's a row "Total Bandwidth of displayed Routers". If you narrow down
> your choice of displayed routers for example by required flags exit=yes
> it will display the total sum of last 24 hour average sustained exit loads.
> Olaf

Thanks for the info Olaf. I thought I was seeing things....:)
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