[tor-relays] How can I tell if standalone Snowflake is running?

I installed standalone Snowflake on Ubuntu per these instructions: https://community.torproject.org/relay/setup/snowflake/standalone/. Now how can I tell if it’s running? Can I see the number of connections it’s serviced? Will it continue after a reboot?

Thanks,
Chuck Bevitt

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Hello Chuck,

Quoting tor@Bevitt.ws (2022-04-08 02:49:51)

I installed standalone Snowflake on Ubuntu per these instructions: Tor Project | Standalone Snowflake proxy. Now how can I tell if it's running? Can I see the number of connections it's serviced? Will it continue after a reboot?

This information is present in the logs, by default the standalone proxy sends
the logs to standard output. So if you run it with docker you should see it
with:
  docker logs snowflake-proxy
Or if you installed it with ansible you should be able to see it in journald.

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