> You can test how much Tor traffic your machine can handle with chutney:

I'm asking to find out which CPU to buy (I don't have the hardware yet to test
and would like to find out before buying), that is why I was asking others for 
their
eperience.


> git clone https://git.torproject.org/chutney.git
> # Pass 100 MB of random data through a 3-hop tor path on your local machine
> 
> chutney/tools/test-network.sh --data-bytes 104857600

I was curious, is this expected output?

chutney/tools/test-network.sh --data-bytes 104857600
test-network.sh: using CHUTNEY_DNS_CONF '/dev/null'
test-network.sh: no $TOR_DIR, chutney will use $PATH for tor binaries
test-network.sh: $CHUTNEY_PATH not valid, using this script's location
Using Python 2.7.14
Sending SIGINT to nodes
Waiting for nodes to finish.
Removing stale lock file for test000a ...
Removing stale lock file for test001a ...
Removing stale lock file for test002a ...
Removing stale lock file for test003ba ...
Removing stale lock file for test004r ...
Removing stale lock file for test005r ...
Removing stale lock file for test006r ...
Removing stale lock file for test007r ...
Removing stale lock file for test008br ...
Removing stale lock file for test009c ...
Removing stale lock file for test010bc ...
Removing stale lock file for test011h ...
bootstrap-network.sh: bootstrapping network: bridges+hs
Using Python 2.7.14
NOTE: creating '/home/user/chutney/tools/../net/nodes.1517745089', linking to 
'/home/user/chutney/tools/../net/nodes'
Creating identity key 
/home/user/chutney/net/nodes/000a/keys/authority_identity_key for test000a with 
tor-gencert --create-identity-key --passphrase-fd 0 -i 
/home/user/chutney/net/nodes/000a/keys/authority_identity_key -s 
/home/user/chutney/net/nodes/000a/keys/authority_signing_key -c 
/home/user/chutney/net/nodes/000a/keys/authority_certificate -m 12 -a 
127.0.0.1:7000
Creating identity key 
/home/user/chutney/net/nodes/001a/keys/authority_identity_key for test001a with 
tor-gencert --create-identity-key --passphrase-fd 0 -i 
/home/user/chutney/net/nodes/001a/keys/authority_identity_key -s 
/home/user/chutney/net/nodes/001a/keys/authority_signing_key -c 
/home/user/chutney/net/nodes/001a/keys/authority_certificate -m 12 -a 
127.0.0.1:7001
Creating identity key 
/home/user/chutney/net/nodes/002a/keys/authority_identity_key for test002a with 
tor-gencert --create-identity-key --passphrase-fd 0 -i 
/home/user/chutney/net/nodes/002a/keys/authority_identity_key -s 
/home/user/chutney/net/nodes/002a/keys/authority_signing_key -c 
/home/user/chutney/net/nodes/002a/keys/authority_certificate -m 12 -a 
127.0.0.1:7002
Creating identity key 
/home/user/chutney/net/nodes/003ba/keys/authority_identity_key for test003ba 
with tor-gencert --create-identity-key --passphrase-fd 0 -i 
/home/user/chutney/net/nodes/003ba/keys/authority_identity_key -s 
/home/user/chutney/net/nodes/003ba/keys/authority_signing_key -c 
/home/user/chutney/net/nodes/003ba/keys/authority_certificate -m 12 -a 
127.0.0.1:7003
Using Python 2.7.14
Starting nodes

Using Python 2.7.14
test000a is running with PID 963
test001a is running with PID 966
test002a is running with PID 969
test003ba is running with PID 972
test004r is running with PID 975
test005r is running with PID 978
test006r is running with PID 981
test007r is running with PID 984
test008br is running with PID 987
test010bc is running with PID 993
test011h is running with PID 996
11/12 nodes are running

-> returns to cli prompt.
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