Re: [tor-bugs] #21216 [Internal Services/Tor Sysadmin Team]: Need a virtual host to run OnionPerf

2017-01-23 Thread Tor Bug Tracker & Wiki
#21216: Need a virtual host to run OnionPerf
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 Reporter:  hiro |  Owner:  tpa
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Comment (by hiro):

 Thanks for this.

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Re: [tor-bugs] #21216 [Internal Services/Tor Sysadmin Team]: Need a virtual host to run OnionPerf

2017-01-18 Thread Tor Bug Tracker & Wiki
#21216: Need a virtual host to run OnionPerf
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 Reporter:  hiro |  Owner:  tpa
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Changes (by weasel):

 * status:  new => closed
 * resolution:   => fixed


Comment:

 Host is papillare, put service related files directly into
 /srv/onionperf.torproject.org, as user onionperf.  port 80 redirects to
 10080.

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Re: [tor-bugs] #21216 [Internal Services/Tor Sysadmin Team]: Need a virtual host to run OnionPerf

2017-01-18 Thread Tor Bug Tracker & Wiki
#21216: Need a virtual host to run OnionPerf
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 Reporter:  hiro |  Owner:  tpa
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Comment (by weasel):

 Is onionperf the same or a successor to torperf?

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Re: [tor-bugs] #21216 [Internal Services/Tor Sysadmin Team]: Need a virtual host to run OnionPerf

2017-01-13 Thread Tor Bug Tracker & Wiki
#21216: Need a virtual host to run OnionPerf
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 Reporter:  hiro |  Owner:  tpa
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Comment (by hiro):

 Hi Karsten,
 You are right, sorry I added a 0 in my calculation :(

 Weasel: 50Gb would be ok.

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Re: [tor-bugs] #21216 [Internal Services/Tor Sysadmin Team]: Need a virtual host to run OnionPerf

2017-01-13 Thread Tor Bug Tracker & Wiki
#21216: Need a virtual host to run OnionPerf
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Comment (by karsten):

 Hi, and thanks for starting this discussion!

 I don't quite follow where the 500 GB number comes from.  You say there
 are 50 MB every few hours.  If we assume you mean every 4 hours, that's
 300 MB per day or ~50 GB per six months.  Should we maybe start with 50 GB
 and consider raising that number if we really need more?

 I'm also asking, because 500 GB disk space almost makes this service
 almost prohibitive for wider deployment, so I hope we'll find a way to
 require much less.

 Regarding ports, I'd hope that we can use port 80 for measurements rather
 than 8080.  Otherwise we'll measure the wrong thing.  This probably
 requires some firewall magic or privilege dropping.

 Regarding other ports, I'd say we don't need to make measurement results
 available for the moment.  We might reconsider later, but opening a port
 when we need it shouldn't be difficult, so let's start with as few ports
 open as necessary.

 Thanks!

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Re: [tor-bugs] #21216 [Internal Services/Tor Sysadmin Team]: Need a virtual host to run OnionPerf

2017-01-13 Thread Tor Bug Tracker & Wiki
#21216: Need a virtual host to run OnionPerf
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Comment (by hiro):

 Hi Weasel, we just need to save the logs. For the time being nothing else
 is required, so I assume it is not a problem if the disk is slow.

 We want to run OnionPerf in measure mode. This means a TGen server running
 on port 8080 and a Twisted web server running on port 8081. Port 8080 must
 be open we want to do performance measurements with downloads that exit
 the Tor network. Port 8081 is for the web server, so we need it open only
 if we want it to be public accessible. Karsten, could you please let me
 know if we want the web server to allow access to the data?

 OnionPerf runs a TGen client/server pair that transfer traffic through Tor
 and through an ephemeral onion service started by OnionPerf itself. I am
 not sure exactly how much network traffic the measurement generates, I can
 find out a rough estimation if you need it, considering that measurements
 are run every hour.

 These are the measurements that it gathers:

 Tgen:

 - Number of transfer AUTH errors, each client

 - Number of transfer PROXY errors, each client

 - Number of transfer AUTH errors, all clients over time

 - Number of transfer PROXY errors, all clients over time

 - Bytes transferred before AUTH error, all downloads

 - Bytes transferred before PROXY error, all downloads

 - Median bytes transferred before AUTH error, each client

 - Median bytes transferred before PROXY error, each client

 - Mean bytes transferred before AUTH error, each client

 - Mean bytes transferred before PROXY error, each client

 Tor

 - 60 second moving average throughput, read, all relays

 - 1 second throughput, read, all relays

 - 1 second throughput, read, each relay

 - 60 second moving average throughput, write, all relays

 - 1 second throughput, write, all relays

 - 1 second throughput, write, each relay

 I do not think it will generate lot of network traffic, but, as I said, if
 you prefer I can run an estimation.

 I can maintain the service.

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Re: [tor-bugs] #21216 [Internal Services/Tor Sysadmin Team]: Need a virtual host to run OnionPerf

2017-01-12 Thread Tor Bug Tracker & Wiki
#21216: Need a virtual host to run OnionPerf
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 Reporter:  hiro |  Owner:  tpa
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Comment (by weasel):

 That's a lot of disk space, but not impossible as long as it's ok if it's
 slow.

 How much network traffic do we think this will use?

 Network listening things will this host need to run?

 Who will maintain the service?

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