global max_download_rate doesn't work

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krzyk
2006-05-19
2013-04-17
  • krzyk

    krzyk - 2006-05-19

    Hi,
    I'm trying to switch from bittornado to btqueue.
    But unfortunatally when I set global max_download_rate to e.g. 60 it still tries to get as much as it can (right now its about 240 kb/s).

    Is this rate per torrent or for all torrents ?
    (as I understand it it should be for all)

     
    • krzyk

      krzyk - 2006-05-19

      BTW I'm using 0.1.2 454

       
      • Sugree Phatanapherom

        That's correct. It happened since I moved back to mainline BitTorrent.

         
    • krzyk

      krzyk - 2006-05-19

      It's a pitty, I was looking for that feature (bittornado as well as bittorent original client also let me only control dw rate per torrent).

      Have you any plans to enable it again (is it possible with BitTorrent ?)

       
    • dsheludko

      dsheludko - 2007-10-25

      Is this still planning to be implemented? If not I may have to go back to the windows client :( as at the moment as soon as I start a torrent it uses 100% of my bandwidth, making the link otherwise useless (not good when you're serving off the same connection!) Thanks.

       
      • Lloyd Bottomley

        Lloyd Bottomley - 2007-10-25

        The way I got around this is with traffic shapping, best of both worlds that way. I couldn't get anything to work properly except CfosSpeed. It's freaking good too, I suggest you give the trial a whurl:

        http://www.cfos.de/download/download_e.htm

         
    • dsheludko

      dsheludko - 2007-10-25

      PS - using 0.1.4 installed from subversion today.

       

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