[Tor-BSD] kernel: ... was killed: out of swap space

George Rosamond george at ceetonetechnology.com
Mon Feb 19 15:47:00 EST 2018

Gijs Peskens:
> Sharing your system specs (especially ram size and configured swap
> size) and tor configuration would really help us debug your issues.
> As for running Tor on FreeBSD, https://metrics.torproject.org/rs.html#d
> etails/1283EBDEEC2B9D745F1E7FBE83407655B984FD66
> That is my exit-relay running on OPNsense (FreeBSD 11 based) without
> any issues. Tor is using 1,5gig of ~4g availabe and is happily eating
> CPU cycles. 
> I was previously running it on OpenBSD, also without isssue.

On a separate thread, Gijs, did you just install and configure Tor as a
pkg and enable the basic pass rule for the relevant TCP port?

I don't have any experience with OPNsense, but is it necessary to
document how to setup for others?


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