Bittornado - unausgewogene Downloadraten

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  1. #1 seim, 18.09.2006
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    seim

    seim seim oder nicht seim?

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    Hi,
    bisher hab ich das Problem bei Bittornado, dass immer wenn ich 2 (und mehr) Downloads auf hab hat der eine z.B. 555kByte/s downloadrate und beim 2. nur 45kB/s (liegt nich an den Torrents zum Testen nahm ich ein Knoppiximage, die sich beide aufm gleichen Server befanden einmal - das EN und das DE).
    Evtl. würde mir eine Liste aller Befehle weiterhelfen... nur per Shell bedienen zu können?
    Einige sind schon in diesem How2 erwähnt, allerdings brauch ich mal alle^^

    Code:
    btdownloadcurses --help
    bittornado --help
    bt --help
    funktionieren alle nich, wobei der obere Befehl, der zum Download ist.


    /EDIT

    Mit ganz einfach btdownloadcurses gehts wohl^^

    Code:
    Usage: btdownloadcurses.py <global options>
    
    Arguments are:
    
    --max_uploads <arg>
              the maximum number of uploads to allow at once. (defaults to 7)
    
    --keepalive_interval <arg>
              number of seconds to pause between sending keepalives (defaults to 120.0)
    
    --download_slice_size <arg>
              How many bytes to query for per request. (defaults to 16384)
    
    --upload_unit_size <arg>
              when limiting upload rate, how many bytes to send at a time (defaults to 1460)
    
    --request_backlog <arg>
              maximum number of requests to keep in a single pipe at once. (defaults to 10)
    
    --max_message_length <arg>
              maximum length prefix encoding you'll accept over the wire - larger values get the
              connection dropped. (defaults to 8388608)
    
    --ip <arg>
              ip to report you have to the tracker. (defaults to '')
    
    --minport <arg>
              minimum port to listen on, counts up if unavailable (defaults to 10000)
    
    --maxport <arg>
              maximum port to listen on (defaults to 60000)
    
    --random_port <arg>
              whether to choose randomly inside the port range instead of counting up linearly
              (defaults to 1)
    
    --responsefile <arg>
              file the server response was stored in, alternative to url (defaults to '')
    
    --url <arg>
              url to get file from, alternative to responsefile (defaults to '')
    
    --selector_enabled <arg>
              whether to enable the file selector and fast resume function (defaults to 1)
    
    --expire_cache_data <arg>
              the number of days after which you wish to expire old cache data (0 = disabled) (defaults
              to 10)
    
    --priority <arg>
              a list of file priorities separated by commas, must be one per file, 0 = highest, 1 =
              normal, 2 = lowest, -1 = download disabled (defaults to '')
    
    --saveas <arg>
              local file name to save the file as, null indicates query user (defaults to '')
    
    --timeout <arg>
              time to wait between closing sockets which nothing has been received on (defaults to
              300.0)
    
    --timeout_check_interval <arg>
              time to wait between checking if any connections have timed out (defaults to 60.0)
    
    --max_slice_length <arg>
              maximum length slice to send to peers, larger requests are ignored (defaults to 131072)
    
    --max_rate_period <arg>
              maximum amount of time to guess the current rate estimate represents (defaults to 20.0)
    
    --bind <arg>
              comma-separated list of ips/hostnames to bind to locally (defaults to '')
    
    --ipv6_enabled <arg>
              allow the client to connect to peers via IPv6 (defaults to 0)
    
    --ipv6_binds_v4 <arg>
              set if an IPv6 server socket won't also field IPv4 connections (defaults to 0)
    
    --upnp_nat_access <arg>
              attempt to autoconfigure a UPnP router to forward a server port (0 = disabled, 1 = mode 1
              [fast], 2 = mode 2 [slow]) (defaults to 1)
    
    --upload_rate_fudge <arg>
              time equivalent of writing to kernel-level TCP buffer, for rate adjustment (defaults to
              5.0)
    
    --tcp_ack_fudge <arg>
              how much TCP ACK download overhead to add to upload rate calculations (0 = disabled)
              (defaults to 0.029999999999999999)
    
    --display_interval <arg>
              time between updates of displayed information (defaults to 0.5)
    
    --rerequest_interval <arg>
              time to wait between requesting more peers (defaults to 300)
    
    --min_peers <arg>
              minimum number of peers to not do rerequesting (defaults to 20)
    
    --http_timeout <arg>
              number of seconds to wait before assuming that an http connection has timed out (defaults
              to 60)
    
    --max_initiate <arg>
              number of peers at which to stop initiating new connections (defaults to 40)
    
    --check_hashes <arg>
              whether to check hashes on disk (defaults to 1)
    
    --max_upload_rate <arg>
              maximum kB/s to upload at (0 = no limit, -1 = automatic) (defaults to 0)
    
    --max_download_rate <arg>
              maximum kB/s to download at (0 = no limit) (defaults to 0)
    
    --alloc_type <arg>
              allocation type (may be normal, background, pre-allocate or sparse) (defaults to
              'normal')
    
    --alloc_rate <arg>
              rate (in MiB/s) to allocate space at using background allocation (defaults to 2.0)
    
    --buffer_reads <arg>
              whether to buffer disk reads (defaults to 1)
    
    --write_buffer_size <arg>
              the maximum amount of space to use for buffering disk writes (in megabytes, 0 = disabled)
              (defaults to 4)
    
    --breakup_seed_bitfield <arg>
              sends an incomplete bitfield and then fills with have messages, in order to get around
              stupid ISP manipulation (defaults to 1)
    
    --snub_time <arg>
              seconds to wait for data to come in over a connection before assuming it's
              semi-permanently choked (defaults to 30.0)
    
    --spew <arg>
              whether to display diagnostic info to stdout (defaults to 0)
    
    --rarest_first_cutoff <arg>
              number of downloads at which to switch from random to rarest first (defaults to 2)
    
    --rarest_first_priority_cutoff <arg>
              the number of peers which need to have a piece before other partials take priority over
              rarest first (defaults to 5)
    
    --min_uploads <arg>
              the number of uploads to fill out to with extra optimistic unchokes (defaults to 4)
    
    --max_files_open <arg>
              the maximum number of files to keep open at a time, 0 means no limit (defaults to 50)
    
    --round_robin_period <arg>
              the number of seconds between the client's switching upload targets (defaults to 30)
    
    --super_seeder <arg>
              whether to use special upload-efficiency-maximizing routines (only for dedicated seeds)
              (defaults to 0)
    
    --security <arg>
              whether to enable extra security features intended to prevent abuse (defaults to 1)
    
    --max_connections <arg>
              the absolute maximum number of peers to connect with (0 = no limit) (defaults to 0)
    
    --auto_kick <arg>
              whether to allow the client to automatically kick/ban peers that send bad data (defaults
              to 1)
    
    --double_check <arg>
              whether to double-check data being written to the disk for errors (may increase CPU load)
              (defaults to 1)
    
    --triple_check <arg>
              whether to thoroughly check data being written to the disk (may slow disk access)
              (defaults to 0)
    
    --lock_files <arg>
              whether to lock files the client is working with (defaults to 1)
    
    --lock_while_reading <arg>
              whether to lock access to files being read (defaults to 0)
    
    --auto_flush <arg>
              minutes between automatic flushes to disk (0 = disabled) (defaults to 0)
    
    
    
     
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  3. theton

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    Oder man nutzt einfach die Manpages. :)

    Code:
    man btdownloadcurses
     
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