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Torrc #1893

merged 7 commits into from Nov 8, 2018


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freimair commented Nov 7, 2018

Makes torrc "editable" via system properties.


  • use -Dtorrcfile=/path/to/torrc to source a valid torrc file from you system
  • use -Dtorrc:key1=value1 -Dtorrc:key2=value2 to append the tor configuration
  • use both for a more complex setup


  • use -Dtorrc:Socks5Proxy=host[:port] to configure a Socks5 proxy

  • use -Dtorrcfile=/path/to/customtorrc with customtorrc containing

    Log info file /tmp/bisq.tor.log
    TruncateLogFile 1

    to configure raw tor logging for troubleshooting.


note that torrc-entries which are critical to the software cannot be overwritten

bumps netlayer to 0.4.7 in order to profit from its bugfixes and addresses fixes #965, fixes #829 and thus fixes #413 and fixes #483

@freimair freimair requested review from cbeams and ManfredKarrer as code owners Nov 7, 2018


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ManfredKarrer commented Nov 7, 2018

Beside that nits in the comments looks good and I tested it with your example and it works. Very helpful or debugging tor issues to add that logs... At the user would need to change the log level to get full tor logging included.
Thanks for getting that implemented! Was often requested feature.

freimair added some commits Nov 7, 2018

@ManfredKarrer ManfredKarrer merged commit e8ead2d into bisq-network:master Nov 8, 2018

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