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Re: Excessive scrubs


Thanks, I did upgrade Vidalia separately. It appears that it was
upgraded, but Tor has not been yet. Tho I believe it will be shortly.
However, it did resolve the issue.


On Thu, Oct 14, 2010 at 5:39 PM, TorOp <torop@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Upgrade Vidalia to 0.2.10 and the problem will go away.
> On 10/14/2010 6:20 PM, Jon wrote:
>> Justin,
>> The first of the scrubs have now showed for the past 4 hrs. Once an
>> hour. It is now showing the address and it is the same address. It is
>> a ' geoips vidalia ' address ( am not showing complete addy ).
>> Apparently for some reason it is not resolving or connecting to
>> address. I did attempt to try directly, with a couple of different
>> ways and was not able to access the site.
>> If you want the complete address, I will put in later.
>> Will see if it is the only one that shows up over the next 12 hrs.
>> Jon
>> On Thu, Oct 14, 2010 at 9:44 AM, Justin Aplin<jmaplin@xxxxxxx>  wrote:
>>> On Oct 14, 2010, at 9:04 AM, Jon wrote:
>>>> I had added the ' SafeLogging 0 ' to the file as per Tor-ops
>>>> message/reply. Twenty four hours later when I saw that it had not
>>>> removed the ' scrubbed ' and replaced it with the node/address, I
>>>> checked the file again and it was not in the file where I put it.
>>> Was Vidalia running when you edited the torrc? Vidalia (on Windows, at
>>> least) has a bad habit of overwriting changes to the torrc that it isn't
>>> aware of. Personally I think there should be a "Confirm before modifying
>>> torrc" checkbox in Vidalia.
>>>> I just checked it now, It is still in the file, but the logs still
>>>> show the ' scubbed' and not the address as supposedly the '
>>>> SafeLogging 0 ' was to replace. Time wise it appears to be at a
>>>> minimum of once an hour. Which makes me believe it is the same address
>>>> that is being scrubbed.
>>> Try shutting down both Tor and Vidalia, making your edits, restarting
>>> both,
>>> and rechecking your torrc/logs. If you've done all this, please let us
>>> know.
>>> ~Justin Aplin
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