#159 2.5r1: Max Uploads to 0 = infinite?

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2004-03-31
2004-01-03
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Hi There
A strange behaviour in the new 2.5r1;
In the previous 2.5 pre2 i was used to start people
manually by setting the "Max Uploads" And "Max Uploads
per User" to 0 (because of too much Leechers).
Now this seems to not work properly: if i set both to 0
people starts anyway...
is this a bug or a modified feature? in this case, how
can i set this to keep
starting people manually?

Take care - Luke

Discussion

  • Elio Trifari

    Elio Trifari - 2004-01-30

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    I noticed exactly the same problem. No way to stop uploads
    setting mAx number of uploads to 0 and max uploads per user
    to 0. If you do so in 2.5r1, Xnap tries to connect all the
    queued uploaders. Therefore you must set max uploaders to
    1, max uploads per user to 0, and you will have one upload
    allowed. The uploads increase if one of the uploaders starts a
    file download you rquested from his list: in this case, his
    uploads starts immediately. But probably this is a feature.

    NO WAY TO FIX THE MAX UPLOADS LIMIT IN ORDER TO
    ALLOW ONLY MANUAL CONNECTION OF AN UPLOADER?
    THANKS.

    TRACIST

     
  • luc racine

    luc racine - 2004-01-31

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    I hope that this is not a bug but a defense against leechers.

     
  • Steffen Pingel

    Steffen Pingel - 2004-03-22

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    This is a bug. XNap does not support "leecher protection".

     
  • Steffen Pingel

    Steffen Pingel - 2004-03-22
    • priority: 5 --> 4
    • assigned_to: nobody --> leist
    • status: open --> open-accepted
     
  • Steffen Pingel

    Steffen Pingel - 2004-03-31
    • summary: Xnap 2.5r1: Max Uploads to 0 = infinite? --> 2.5r1: Max Uploads to 0 = infinite?
     

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