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Re: [tor-talk] help needed to stress-test an onionbalanced HS - everyone is invited



Hello s7r,

I can confirm that it's working now. Round about 1 request out of 40 is
rejected.

~Josr

Am 02.07.2015 um 01:49 schrieb s7r:
> It is up. Tested from multiple different places. It could be that you
> got an older outdated but yet non-expired descriptor. I had the HS
> running for testing before enabling OnionBalance (and OnionBalance
> modifies descriptors, but for a while the previous non-expired ones
> are still 'alive' in the network).
>
> Should be fixed now. Please re-check and let me know.
>
> On 7/1/2015 10:58 PM, Tyler Durden wrote:
> > On 2015-07-01 21:17, Josef Stautner wrote:
> >> Hello,
> >>
> >> I wrote a litle script[1] to "contribute", but after a few tries
> >> I get the following log lines.
> >>
> >> Jul 01 21:11:07.000 [notice] Have tried resolving or connecting
> >> to address '[scrubbed]' at 3 different places. Giving up. Jul 01
> >> 21:11:24.000 [notice] Have tried resolving or connecting to
> >> address '[scrubbed]' at 3 different places. Giving up. Jul 01
> >> 21:11:44.000 [notice] Closing stream for '[scrubbed].onion':
> >> hidden service is unavailable (try again later). Jul 01
> >> 21:11:44.000 [notice] Closing stream for '[scrubbed].onion':
> >> hidden service is unavailable (try again later).
> >>
> >> scrubbed is your mentioned hidden service. Is that a temporary
> >> probleme?
> >>
> >> ~Josef
> >>
> >> [1] = https://gist.github.com/vlcty/d502111157fd1b8464e2
> >>
> >> Am 01.07.2015 um 20:45 schrieb s7r:
> >>> Hi,
> >>>
> >>> Following the alpha release of OnionBlanace, I played with it
> >>> today. It is easy to install and use, no advanced skills
> >>> required. I will try to write tutorials and publish them, but
> >>> it's pretty easy, basically it's just editing few config files.
> >>> The existing documentation is neat and easy to understand.
> >>>
> >>> Using OnionBalance 0.1.1 Alpha and Tor 0.2.7.1-alpha-dev, I
> >>> have configured a hidden service (web site) running
> >>> OnionBalance with 5 failback servers (different Tor processes,
> >>> different servers, etc.).
> >>>
> >>> What I want is to stress test it, and see how does OnionBalance
> >>> spread the load between the failback servers (will count the
> >>> hits on each server and make an average, see how they are
> >>> rotated).
> >>>
> >>> For anyone who wants to help, please request/load the hidden
> >>> service as much as possible and spread it around. For users who
> >>> can, it might be helpful to add a cronjob under an unprivileged
> >>> user to fetch the page via torified wget and send it to >
> >>> dev/null or automate the process by other means. Simply stress
> >>> test this hidden service like you hate it ;)
> >>>
> >>> The page is just some random generated text, plain static html
> >>> (no javascript, no flash, other naughty stuff) and it's about
> >>> 140KB.
> >>>
> >>> http://eujuuws2nacz4xw4.onion/
> >>>
> >>> The OnionBalance hidden service will stay up for 15 days.
> >>> During this time I will analyze the logs and count the hits on
> >>> each server. I don't see what else I can count besides page
> >>> hits - any other application optimizations behind a hidden
> >>> service are not related to Tor. Results will be made public on
> >>> the mail list. Hope this will help us understand better hidden
> >>> service scalability and implement prop 224 in the best possible
> >>> way, considering all aspects.
> >>>
> >>> Counting starts July 1st 2015 18:00 UTC.
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> Thanks!
>
> > Yes looks down from here
>


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