> On 17 Oct 2016, at 22:04, Rob van der Hoeven <robvanderhoe...@ziggo.nl> wrote:
> 
> Hi folks,
> 
> I'm on a quest to find the average circuit-creation rate of clients. I
> looked in path-spec.txt to find an answer, but it wasn't there. So I
> thought: lets take some measurements using ARM. This got me some strange
> results. I start ARM, do some browsing, and close my browser. During the
> browsing ARM reports 3 circuits with ID's: 398, 399 and 400. These
> circuits are still there 45 minutes after the browser was closed. If I
> then restart ARM it reports that there are only two circuits, with
> circuit ID's 405 and 406. It looks to me that ARM does not update the
> circuits page when old circuits are closed and replaced by new circuits.
> It's also possible that ARM keeps old circuits alive after they are not
> being used anymore by my Tor proxy.

It seems more likely that this is a refresh issue, either in arm or in
the tor event code.

Can you replicate it with the latest stable versions of tor and arm?

> Note: I use ARM version: 1.4.5.0, Tor version: 0.2.5.12

That's a very old version of tor. I wouldn't use it to measure anything, we've
made significant improvements in the last few years.

T

> 
> Regards,
> Rob.
> https://hoevenstein.nl
> 
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