Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #15775, comment 35


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Aug 12, 2015, 7:25:32 AM (4 years ago)
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  • Ticket #15775, comment 35

    initial v1  
    1818* How many relays should we have in the fallback directory list? 100?
    1919  * Modify the code to report the count at the top of the file
    20   * Modify the code to `#error` out if we fall below a minimum relay count (100)
     20  * Modify the code to `#error` out if we fall below a minimum relay count (100?)
    2121* Should we adjust weights so no relay has more than 1% (?) of the weight on the list?
    2222  * Modify the code to report the total weight, min, and max proportions at the top of the file
    23   * Modify the code to adjust weights so that no relay gets more than a maximum proportion of clients (5%, or 5/(minimum relay count))
     23  * Modify the code to adjust weights so that no relay gets more than a maximum proportion of clients (5%?, or 5/(minimum relay count)?)
    2424''Dir Auth vs Fallback Weights''
    25 * The dir auths don't have set weights, but the fallback dirs do. Therefore, the auths get weighted 1.0 (the default weight). The fallback weights range from 300K to 300, so the dir auths will hardly ever get contacted (about 1 in 2 million clients, or 1 per day). Is this the desired behaviour?
     25* The dir auths don't have set weights, but the fallback dirs do. Therefore, the auths get weighted 1.0 (the default weight). The fallback weights range from 300K to 300, so the dir auths will hardly ever get contacted (about 1 in 2 million clients, or 1 per day). Is this the desired behaviour? (Edit: fallback directories are prioritised before the authorities. This paragraph is incorrect.)
    2626
    2727I need guidance on whether the numbers above are sensible.