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|#1706||duplicate||Calculate fraction of bytes spent on answering directory requests||Karsten||karsten|
I'm using the following patch to distinguish Directory traffic from OR traffic on my test relay:
diff --git a/src/or/connection.c b/src/or/connection.c index 7b1493b..9eeed63 100644 --- a/src/or/connection.c +++ b/src/or/connection.c @@ -2075,11 +2075,17 @@ connection_buckets_decrement(connection_t *conn, time_t n
+ log_info(LD_DIR, "Read %d bytes from %s connection " U64_FORMAT ".", + num_read, conn_type_to_string(conn->type), + U64_PRINTF_ARG(conn->global_identifier));
+ log_info(LD_DIR, "Wrote %d bytes to %s connection " U64_FORMAT ".", + num_written, conn_type_to_string(conn->type), + U64_PRINTF_ARG(conn->global_identifier));
As a result, I get a very low fraction of Directory traffic compared to OR traffic. I wonder why that is the case.
In the attachment you can find a histogram of 10-second intervals and the sum of read and written bytes in KiB/s. There are only very few Directory connections with very little bandwidth consumption in that histogram. This is a 500 KiB/s middle node running for 24 hours.
|#8074||fixed||Research making Tor-logo webcam bandaids||Kelley||arma|
Right now we give out Tor stickers designed for the back of your laptop. Everybody in the world needs a smaller bandaid-form-factor Tor sticker to go on the front of your laptop, at the top where the little spy device is.
How hard / expensive would it be to make good quality stickers?
(Idea came from a nice fellow in NYC that I met at the Access awards night.)
|#10996||fixed||Create and send FAQ briefing document to sponsor||Kelley||Kelley|
Prepare a brief "what's a Tor dev meeting" FAQ document to send to the sponsor. Include the schedule as we know it today and any special network requests.