Should I do something on my Debian 10 side or the Tor 0.3.5.8 itself is able to mitigate most of the DoS attacks?
Yesterday I have set up my new relay.
I have the overall maximum bandwidth of 30 Mbit down / 30 Mbit up.
I monitor the relay on one display with Nyx:
The picture is clickable - it is from a UHD display, feel free to enlarge it.
Snippet from the picture:
08:48:54 [NOTICE] DoS mitigation since startup: 0 circuits killed with too many cells. 0 circuits rejected, 0 marked addresses. 0 connections closed. 0 single hop clients refused. [1 duplicate hidden] 08:48:54 [NOTICE] Since startup we initiated 0 and received 0 v1 connections; initiated 0 and received 0 v2 connections; initiated 0 and received 0 v3 connections; initiated 16 and received 66 v4 connections; initiated 124 and received 687 v5 connections. 08:48:54 [NOTICE] Circuit handshake stats since last time: 0/0 TAP, 2/2 NTor. [1 duplicate hidden] 08:48:54 [NOTICE] Heartbeat: Tor's uptime is 1 day 0:00 hours, with 3 circuits open. I've sent 483.18 MB and received 413.35 MB. [1 duplicate hidden]