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Re: "Our directory information is no longer up-to-date enough to build circuits." problem logged

BTW, the problem is happening right now, if you want to test something
on my server.
The logging is at info level.
I can resist from restarting Tor, so that you can test the problem "live".
Tell me what to do if you need information.


vikingserver@xxxxxxxxx skrev:
> I also have reproduced this error with 0209alpha on win32 and have
> logged everything at info level.
> Do you want my log? How big files can you receive? The log is 30MB+ and
> I would rather send you the interesting parts rather than the whole log
> file. But how big files can you receive by email?
> /Viking
> Scott Bennett skrev:
>>      On Mon, 5 Nov 2007 07:32:11 -0500 Roger Dingledine <arma@xxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> On Mon, Nov 05, 2007 at 12:57:33AM -0600, Scott Bennett wrote:
>>>>      This problem has now recurred twice for me with  The first
>>>> time I had forgotten to set the log level to "info", so I didn't get the
>>>> information that Nick wanted.  This time, though, I got it.  If Nick or Roger
>>>> will let me know a) how much of the log before the first problem message
>>>> appeared they would like to see and how much after and b) where to send it, I
>>>> can send that much of the log as a gzip-ped attachment.
>>> Hi Scott,
>>> I encountered this issue once with, and it wasn't
>>> immediately apparent what the problem was. Since then we've fixed a
>>> variety of things, including providing more details in the logs about
>>> *why* we don't feel we've got enough dir info.
>>      Oh, good.  Glad to know that.
>>> So if you could upgrade to svn trunk and see if it recurs there, that
>>> would be great. (And if it does recur, hopefully it will provide a better
>>> hint. :) (If upgrading to svn is too much of a hassle, I'm hoping to
>>> get the snapshot out sometime this week.)
>>      I don't have subversion installed and have never used it, so I think
>> I'll wait for the next snapshot.  Will "info" still be the log level needed
>> to get the information you and Nick want?  It's awfully verbose, so if the
>> new logging stuff you've added is tied to the message about an out-of-date
>> directory, could it maybe be issued at the "notice" level?
>>                                   Scott Bennett, Comm. ASMELG, CFIAG
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