#311 Does not start downloading a torrent

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nobody
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2013-09-18
2013-09-13
John
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Hi !
Add torrent, space is reserved, but the torrent is not seen among active downloads. It happens with some torrents.What's the problem?

Regards, John.

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Discussion

  • tujikawa

    tujikawa - 2013-09-13

    Is that because just the swarm is too small or torrent is not popular?
    Are there any difference between good torrents or torrents with issue?

     
    • John

      John - 2013-09-16

      No, not small. If the torrent is unpopular, it is normally added, but it does with 0 seeders. There is no difference between good torrents or torrents with issue.

       
  • tujikawa

    tujikawa - 2013-09-16

    Some torrent are marked private and needs special credential to download (e.g, contacting tracker with something). Did you try the other torrent clients for such torrents?

     
  • John

    John - 2013-09-16

    Usually, if there is no seeders, the torrent is added and is visible through the tellActive command with 0 seeders and 0Kb/s download/upload speed. If a torrent from a private tracker, all the same. I have some torrents while trying to add is not added, and do not generate any events in the event hook. I do not see on-download-error event in these torrents. On the other servers with aria in the same torrents can be successfully added. The configuration of servers is the same.

    daemon=true
    interface=1.1.1.1
    file-allocation=falloc
    input-file=/var/aria2/session.3.txt
    save-cookies=/var/aria2/cookies.3.txt
    save-session=/var/aria2/session.3.txt
    dir=/files
    disable-ipv6=true
    enable-rpc=true
    rpc-listen-all=false
    rpc-listen-port=6803
    rpc-user=user
    rpc-passwd=pwd
    rpc-max-request-size=9M
    check-certificate=false
    max-connection-per-server=2
    max-concurrent-downloads=200
    max-download-result=100
    connect-timeout=60
    timeout=10
    max-tries=10
    max-file-not-found=2
    retry-wait=3
    seed-ratio=2
    seed-time=1440
    log=/var/log/aria.log
    log-level=error
    on-download-complete=/var/aria2/complete.3.sh
    on-bt-download-complete=/var/aria2/complete.3.sh
    on-download-error=/var/aria2/error.3.sh
    allow-overwrite=true
    auto-save-interval=0
    bt-max-open-files=1
    bt-max-peers=50
    dht-file-path=/var/aria2/dht.3.dat
    bt-exclude-tracker=http://retracker.local
    rpc-save-upload-metadata=true
    save-session-interval=60
    disk-cache=4096M
    enable-peer-exchange=false

     
    Last edit: John 2013-09-16
  • tujikawa

    tujikawa - 2013-09-17

    So the problem is that torrent seems to be added, but it could not be listed in the response of aria2.tellActive() and aria2.tellStatus(), right?

    Could you attach a log only contains the failed torrent?
    It would be good that fresh started aria2c and add torrent using addTorrent.
    The currently attached log seems to have other activities.

     
    • John

      John - 2013-09-18

      Right.
      I'll try to find the problem torrent and add it to a separate server. Then send the log.

       
  • John

    John - 2013-09-18

    Another question. Maybe a bug. When it's bt-stop-timeout - what event is generated in event hook? on-download-error and on-download-complete not generated.

     
  • tujikawa

    tujikawa - 2013-09-18

    --on-download-stop should be invoked

     

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