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Re: Attn TorStatus folks! We are about to break your bandwidth measures!
Thanks for letting me know about this problem. I had "fixed"
TorStatus by just changing the method for retrieving the description
to 'GETINFO desc/all-recent-extrainfo-hack'. This does not appear to
be working anymore! Should I modify TorStatus so it first finds the
fingerprint of the router, and the retrieves the extra information
based on that fingerprint?
I will try to get this fixed as soon as possible, and thanks again,
On 10/15/07, Roger Dingledine <arma@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 27, 2007 at 05:11:53PM -0600, Kasimir Gabert wrote:
> > On 8/27/07, Nick Mathewson <nickm@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > > Tor 0.2.0.x has a feature called "extra-info" documents. This is an
> > > adjunct descriptor that gets published along side the main server
> > > descriptor. Clients don't download it by default. We now put
> > > bandwidth history information there. Soon, extra-info documents will
> > > be the _only_ place to find bandwidth history information, once
> > > routers start omitting it from their regular descriptors.]
> > I will get TorStatus to work with this new version, and release an
> > update, within the next few days.
> > 2-4 weeks should be enough time to get most of the servers running the
> > new version of Tor and TorStatus.
> Hi Kasimir,
> It looks like something still isn't right, at least with
> The 0.1.2.x Tor servers have fine bandwidth graphs, e.g.
> But the 0.2.0.x Tor servers have flatlined graphs, e.g.
> Is torstatus.kgprog.com still running an old version, or is it
> not asking for extra-info docs correctly, or are the authorities
> not serving them correctly, or what? :)