#20657: prop224: Implement service support.
 Reporter:  dgoulet          |          Owner:  dgoulet
     Type:  enhancement      |         Status:  needs_review
 Priority:  Very High        |      Milestone:  Tor: 0.3.2.x-final
Component:  Core Tor/Tor     |        Version:
 Severity:  Normal           |     Resolution:
 Keywords:  tor-hs, prop224  |  Actual Points:
Parent ID:  #12424           |         Points:  6
 Reviewer:  nickm            |        Sponsor:  SponsorR-must

Comment (by asn):

 Replying to [comment:27 nickm]:
 > {{{
 > 13:03 <+nickm> 1) asn, are you sure you resolved all the open
 discussions on
 >                oniongit?  It's down so I can't check for myself, but I
 >                believe you if you say "yeah I think so"
 > 13:04 <+nickm> 2) dgoulet and asn: can you tell me a little more about
 >                fcdc4bee04dd5baa3fe82bf05e6b1cc1630aa06e ?
 > 13:04 <+nickm> I'm confused about how that patch adds and removes calls
 >                rep_hist_note_used_internal!
 > }}}

 Hey Nick!

 1) Yes,  we are done now. I just pushed one final commit (just now) which
 added an XXX to the trunnel definition, and now everything should have

 2) So yes `fcdc4be` is a weird one and comes straight from #23097. Lots of
 info in that ticket. Unfortunately I'm not very familiar with it either.
 tl;dr David was getting crazy timeouts on his circuits and it was building
 new internal circs every 30 secs, so he asked Mike for advice on how to
 use the rephist system, and that's what Mike suggested in
 comment:3:ticket:23097 . I'll do some double checking tomorrow on the
 correctness of the patch and make sure that it won't influence legacy HSes
 if possible.

 I'll be back in this ticket tomorrow!

Ticket URL: <https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/ticket/20657#comment:28>
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