From: Christian Kujau on 23 Feb 2010 15:20
OK, the "Treason uncloaked" messages have been reworded to now say
"Peer [...] unexpectedly shrunk window", but the messages continue to
appear. On a small Tor node (~100KB/s, ~200 connections) I'm getting ~2000
or so messages per month in my kernel log (and on the console).
I see that it's logged with KERN_DEBUG, is there anyway to suppress
those, i.e. some magic tcp specific bootparameter? Or is setting
loglevel=6 the only way to supress them? But that's a global option :-\
Since the messages always say "repaired", why log them at all? If we can't
do something about the remote side, I fail to see the point of these
messages or what one is supposed to do to "fix" them.
Thanks for your insights,
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