Generated a synthetic timeout LESS than the current timeout
I think have spoke a few months ago about this bug but don't find any report, so i make one now.
If the FAI have trouble and i.e the network are done a few second, Tor must recalculate the timeout when resume and at this time it create the warning about " Generated a synthetic timeout LESS than the current timeout: 50089ms vs 60000.000000ms using Xm: 1275 a: 0.467440, q: 0.800000".
I running kubuntu karmic 9.10 x86 64 2.6.31-21-generic legacy/trac#59 (moved)-Ubuntu SMP Wed Mar 24 07:28:27 UTC 2010 x86_64 GNU/Linux
Tor: commit 7221d15a 0.2.2.10 alpha-dev but previous version contain the same bug Libevent: commit 3cbca8661f2ad267ca890304a3dc5acefb8ba630
avr. 13 17:08:59.534 [Notice] Network is flaky. No activity for 96 seconds. Temporarily raising timeout to 60s. avr. 13 17:09:19.616 [Notice] Tried for 120 seconds to get a connection to [scrubbed]:0. Giving up. (waiting for circuit) avr. 13 17:09:48.839 [Notice] Network activity has resumed. Resuming circuit timeout calculations. avr. 13 17:09:48.840 [Warning] Generated a synthetic timeout LESS than the current timeout: 50089ms vs 60000.000000ms using Xm: 1275 a: 0.467440, q: 0.800000
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