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Re: [tor-talk] running a stable exit node on a Raspberry Pi B+ (can it handle it?)
Colin Mahns wrote:
I wouldn't recommend using a rPi for a Tor bridge/relay. It's far too
underpowered in my mind to be useful for anyone. If anything, it might
harm the network by introducing slow hops. A spare computer or a VPS
would be better here.
As far as your bandwidth settings those seem fine, you should be able
to see connections taking place in arm if the relay is functioning.
Much appreciated! Oddly enough the standard tools don't seem to show the
rPi server struggling much at all tor seems to take 7-20% of cpu--
running 'arm' seems to add an equal amount of load as the tor daemon
itself. I'm actually thinking that running 'arm' constantly in a
terminal status window may be bogging down the rPi but I'd like to
figure out some logging/debug magic to 'prove' to myself that I've got
an underwhelming box.
If I can trace performance problems to the rPi I'll happily swap in
another dedicated box as a replacement.
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