fedora rpm: init.d/tor/restart on relay will kill the relay
Install the fedora tor rpm. Make yourself a relay (i.e. uncomment ORPort in your /etc/tor/torrc). Then restart your Tor so your relay starts.
Then do an init.d/tor/restart. It will tell your Tor to start shutting down, and Tor will exit in 30 seconds (or whatever the ShutdownWaitLength config option is set to). But the restart thinks it's dead right then, and tries to start Tor, which fails.
End result: upgrade your Tor and your relay ends up not running.
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