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stinman

how to set slower speed in CUTorrent after 2.0 ratio

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You know after your file has seeded to 2.0 ratio in utorrent you can cut the speed down so that newer torrents can have more bandwidth. I have this set where after a file reaches 2.0 ratio it only puts out 100kbps at home from unlimited. Can this be done with rtorrent from the settings? I don't know if it matters but it seems it could help on speeds for all of us.Just wondering?

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Hi

Are you talking about setting these on an individual basis or as a whole on a server.

If you are talking about individuals then you can use the channels and ratio groups to do this for you, so that after a certain level or time the torrent goes into a slower speed band.

As for a whole server I don't think that would prove very popular.

Regards

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No I would never mean the whole server, only my seedbox, I seen that in settings but didn't know if I could change anything. Thanks. It would prove helpful to me ,right? I mean only so much memory is assigned to me and if a torrent is running full throttle then it uses more memory? I'm not sure how much this matters on a shared box, but the more torrents you have running I guess the more memory being used. Does memory effect the speed and or bandwidth used? Just trying to learn something here.

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