Commit 75be1aa2 authored by Matt Traudt's avatar Matt Traudt
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Merge branch 'ticket26937_02' from juga, thanks

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## [Unreleased]
### Added
- Add system physical requirements section to INSTALL (#26937)
- Warn when there is not enough disk space (#26937)
### Fixed
- Broken environment variable in default sbws config. To use envvar $FOO, write
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- Log line on start up with sbws version, platform info, and library versions
(trac#26751)
- Manual pages (#26926)
- Warn when there is not enough disk space (#26937)
### Fixed
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The generated diagrams will be in ``docs/build/_images/``.
System physical requirements
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- Bandwidth: at least 20MB/s (160 Mbit/s). The more the better.
- Free RAM: at least 1.5GB
- Free disk: at least 3GB
``sbws`` and its dependencies need around 20MB of disk space.
After 90 days ``sbws`` data files use around 3GB.
If ``sbws`` is configured to log to files (by default will log to the
system log), it will need a maximum of 500MB.
It is recommended to set up an automatic disk space monitoring on ``sbws`` data
and log partitions.
Details about ``sbws`` data:
``sbws`` produces around 100MB of data a day.
By default raw results' files are compressed after 10 days and deleted after 90.
The bandwidth files are compressed after 7 days and deleted after 1.
After 90 days, the disk space used by the data will be aproximately 3GB.
It will not increase further.
If ``sbws`` is configured to log to files, logs will be rotated after they
are 10MB and it will keep 50 rotated log files.
.. _virtualenv: https://virtualenv.pypa.io/en/stable/installation/
.. _Stem: https://stem.torproject.org/
.. _socks: http://docs.python-requests.org/en/master/user/advanced/#socks
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