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Re: [tor-talk] Interrupt: we have stopped accepting new connections
On Wed, 25 Nov 2015, Christian Kujau wrote:
> I'm running a Tor relay on Ubuntu 15.10 and today I upgraded from 0.2.6.10
> to 0.2.7.5 (0.2.7.5-1~vivid+1). Since then the Tor node starts, builds up
As it turns, it has nothing to do with Tor. I tested vanilla tor-0.2.7.5
and started it manually and Tor works just fine.
This message ("Interrupt: we have stopped accepting new connections") gets
triggerd when Tor receives a -SIGINT signal to shutdown gracefully.
So something on the system is sending -SIGINT to Tor every ~2.5 minutes.
This being an Ubuntu/wily system, the first suspect would be systemd. I
have two systemd "things" here, maybe its configuration must be tuned not
to send out -SIGINT signals:
$ systemctl | grep -w tor
tor@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx loaded failed failed Anonymizing overlay network for TCP
system-tor.slice loaded active active system-tor.slice
I'll try to find some time to debug through this mess in the next days,
but for now I'll just run Tor manually.
BOFH excuse #51:
Cosmic ray particles crashed through the hard disk platter
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