> On 21 Sep 2016, at 20:01, D.S. Ljungmark <ljungm...@modio.se> wrote: > > Hi all, > > I'm looking at some traffic patterns for my Exit relay, and I'm frankly > a bit disappointed with the utilization. > > Currently it's running at a load average of 0.3-0.5, and CPU idle at > 70-80%. > > > We're not limited on Bandwidth (tests show that our max cap is more than > safe to produce), yet, we're barely reaching 20% of our potential > allocated traffic. > > > We've reached "fast" and "guard", and got the "stable" flag as well, so > in theory we ought to see traffic move a bit higher than currently. > > > So, how do we get tor to move past 100-200Mbit? Is it just a waiting game?
How long has the relay been up? What's the fingerprint of your Exit relay? Where is it located? Have you read: https://blog.torproject.org/blog/lifecycle-of-a-new-relay Does your processor have AES-NI? Is it reasonably fast? Does Tor have enough sockets available? Does it warn you about any other potential performance issues in its logs? Have you tried running 2 Tor instances per IPv4 address? Also, have you tried searching the mailing list archives? This question gets asked and answered at least once a month. Tim > > //D.S. > > -- > 8362 CB14 98AD 11EF CEB6 FA81 FCC3 7674 449E 3CFC > > _______________________________________________ > tor-relays mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > https://lists.torproject.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/tor-relays Tim Wilson-Brown (teor) teor2345 at gmail dot com PGP C855 6CED 5D90 A0C5 29F6 4D43 450C BA7F 968F 094B ricochet:ekmygaiu4rzgsk6n xmpp: teor at torproject dot org
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