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Should iI run fast torTor relay or a stable relay is fine?

I recently started a TORTor Relay on my own VPS. It has 500GB bandwidths each month, and iI limited bandwidth rate to 1500 KBytes.

I don't know which one is better for torTor network: runningRunning a fast relay that exhausts it's bandwidth in two weeks (like mine) or running a torTor relay that is slower but is always available ?

Should i run fast tor relay or a stable relay is fine?

I recently started a TOR Relay on my own VPS. It has 500GB bandwidths each month, and i limited bandwidth rate to 1500 KBytes.

I don't know which one is better for tor network: running a fast relay that exhausts it's bandwidth in two weeks (like mine) or running a tor relay that is slower but is always available ?

Should I run fast Tor relay or a stable relay is fine?

I recently started a Tor Relay on my own VPS. It has 500GB bandwidths each month, and I limited bandwidth rate to 1500 KBytes.

I don't know which one is better for Tor network: Running a fast relay that exhausts it's bandwidth in two weeks (like mine) or running a Tor relay that is slower but is always available ?

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Should i run fast tor relay or a stable relay is fine?

I recently started a TOR Relay on my own VPS. It has 500GB bandwidths each month, and i limited bandwidth rate to 1500 KBytes.

I don't know which one is better for tor network: running a fast relay that exhausts it's bandwidth in two weeks (like mine) or running a tor relay that is slower but is always available ?