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 ===== Multiple Tor Processes ===== ===== Multiple Tor Processes =====
  
-Currently, Tor does not scale on multicore CPUs. If the CPU supports AES-NI crypto extensions (most modern CPUs do), one Tor process is able to handle around ​500 Mbps of throughput -- without AES-NI, around 100 Mbps. If your connection supports more, you will need to run multiple Tor processes. For this, on current Debian/​Ubuntu releases, Tor comes with a helper to manage multiple instances. ​+Currently, Tor does not scale on multicore CPUs. If the CPU supports AES-NI crypto extensions (most modern CPUs do), one Tor process is able to handle around ​400 Mbps of throughput -- without AES-NI, around 100 Mbps. If your connection supports more, you will need to run multiple Tor processes. For this, on current Debian/​Ubuntu releases, Tor comes with a helper to manage multiple instances. ​
  
 Note that running more than two tor processes per IP address will result in those other nodes not being used on the network. You'll see the following message in your logs: Note that running more than two tor processes per IP address will result in those other nodes not being used on the network. You'll see the following message in your logs:
setup/server.txt · Last modified: 2019/04/07 15:02 by toralf