I read How can I limit the total amount of bandwidth used by my Tor relay? documentation.
If you want to offer X GB in each direction, you could set your RelayBandwidthRate to 20*X KBytes.
However, I do not understand what does the magic number twenty (20) means? Does it mean 20 hours? Why
20 was given as an example?
For example, if you have 50 GB to offer each way, you might set your RelayBandwidthRate to 1000 KBytes: this way your relay will always be useful for at least half of each day.
If I can offer 50 GB each way, how do we calculate from 50 GB each way to
AccountingStart day 0:00 AccountingMax 50 GBytes RelayBandwidthRate 1000 KBytes RelayBandwidthBurst 5000 KBytes # allow higher bursts but maintain average
The support page had listed the above configuration without further explanation in detail.
RelayBandwidthBurst work together?