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Re: [tor-talk] New site attempting to help Tor grow
I've heard of some ISPs having metered ipv4 but unmetered ipv6. Make
all of your instances ipv6 only and you might be able to get more
On Sat, Apr 18, 2015 at 4:55 AM, nusenu <email@example.com> wrote:
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>> - Bandwidth: the instances being used come with 1000TB per month.
>> This has been set as the cap in the torrc file so each instance can
>> in theory use all 1000TB before it stops passing traffic.
> I guess you actually mean 1000 GB (=1TB)...?
> You definitely should consider going somewhere with unmetered traffic,
> since 1TB / month isn't a lot. The relay will hit the cap fast and
> won't run for most of the month? IMHO this model doesn't scale well
> with digital ocean's pricing.
> You would be able to achieve a far bigger impact if you crowd source
> bigger unmetered instances.. where you add an instance per sponsor.
> Obviously that has to be transparent to the sponsor.
>> - Each relay is SSD based (20gigs), comes with 1 "cpu" (these are
>> virtual instances) and 512mb of RAM
> Do you have experience with running relays on 512MB of RAM?
>> - As far as running two relays on one instance,
> given the limited available memory you probably don't want to run two
>> - In all honesty, the MyFamily option is something that I didn't
>> think would really apply to this as the goal is to never actually
>> login to these boxes.
> You don't want to manage more than a hand full of relays without
> central management. "never actually login" is IMHO not very realistic
> long term.
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