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Remove all DownloadSchedule torrc options

Chutney used to set these options to 0, ...

Tor's default for these options is 0, ...
(Except for ClientBootstrapConsensusAuthorityDownloadSchedule, which
chutney doesn't use.)

Tor 0.2.9 obsoleted these options by moving to exponential backoff,
ignoring every delay in the schedule after the first delay.

Tor 0.3.4 has replaced these options with aliases, so chutney warns that
they aren't real options any more.

Closes #25844.
teor 4 years ago
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torrc_templates/bridgeclient.tmpl

@@ -7,10 +7,3 @@ UseBridges 1
 #UseMicrodescriptors 0
 
 ${bridges}
-
-# Like TestingClientDownloadSchedule, but for bridge clients
-# Try to download after:
-# the minimum initial consensus time to start with,
-# a few eager fetches,
-# then half the minimum testing consensus interval
-TestingBridgeDownloadSchedule 0, 5

+ 0 - 10
torrc_templates/client.tmpl

@@ -1,12 +1,2 @@
 ${include:common.i}
 SocksPort $socksport
-
-#NOTE: Setting TestingClientConsensusDownloadSchedule doesn't
-#      help -- dl_stats.schedule is not DL_SCHED_CONSENSUS
-#      at boostrap time.
-# Try to download after:
-# the minimum initial consensus time to start with,
-# a few eager fetches,
-# then half the minimum testing consensus interval
-TestingClientDownloadSchedule 0, 5
-TestingClientConsensusDownloadSchedule 0, 5

+ 0 - 10
torrc_templates/relay-non-dir.tmpl

@@ -6,16 +6,6 @@ Address $ip
 # Must be included before exit-v{4,6}.i
 ExitRelay 0
 
-#NOTE: Setting TestingServerConsensusDownloadSchedule doesn't
-#      help -- dl_stats.schedule is not DL_SCHED_CONSENSUS
-#      at boostrap time.
-# Try to download after:
-# the minimum initial consensus time to start with,
-# a few eager fetches,
-# then half the minimum testing consensus interval
-TestingServerDownloadSchedule 0, 5
-TestingServerConsensusDownloadSchedule 0, 5
-
 # These options are set here so they apply to IPv4 and IPv6 Exits
 #
 # Tell Exits to avoid using DNS: otherwise, chutney will fail if DNS fails