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long-term_seeding [2011/01/23 01:44]
greywizard [User Interface options for controlling LT-Seeding.] - added info about system.show_debug_info
long-term_seeding [2011/08/13 08:17]
greywizard [User Interface options for controlling LT-Seeding.]
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 ====User Interface options for controlling LT-Seeding.==== ====User Interface options for controlling LT-Seeding.====
 ===Enabling LT-Seeding for a torrent at .torrent file creation time=== ===Enabling LT-Seeding for a torrent at .torrent file creation time===
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 This option is enabled by default in the torrent making dialog and will tell the torrent maker to calculate LT-hashes for each file of the torrent and include them in the //​.torrent//​ file, at creation time (see [[inside_bitcomet#​torrent_file_format|Torrent file format]]). This option is enabled by default in the torrent making dialog and will tell the torrent maker to calculate LT-hashes for each file of the torrent and include them in the //​.torrent//​ file, at creation time (see [[inside_bitcomet#​torrent_file_format|Torrent file format]]).
 ===Global options for controlling Long-Term Seeding=== ===Global options for controlling Long-Term Seeding===
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   * //Enable Long-Term Seeding//: This option enables or disables globally the use of the LT-Seeding feature inside the client.   * //Enable Long-Term Seeding//: This option enables or disables globally the use of the LT-Seeding feature inside the client.
   * //Auto Upload Rate Control//: In all the later versions of BitComet you can choose to let the client manage the bandwidth allocated to LT-Seeding upload, automatically. The client will use any unused upload bandwidth (up to the maximum upload rate set in Options-->​Connection) and dynamically release it for normal BT upload, as soon as a task requests it.   * //Auto Upload Rate Control//: In all the later versions of BitComet you can choose to let the client manage the bandwidth allocated to LT-Seeding upload, automatically. The client will use any unused upload bandwidth (up to the maximum upload rate set in Options-->​Connection) and dynamically release it for normal BT upload, as soon as a task requests it.
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 ===Choosing the Long-Term Seeding protocol=== ===Choosing the Long-Term Seeding protocol===
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 In //Options -> Advanced// you can choose the transport protocol for LT-Seeding, by using this option: //​bittorrent.connection.ltseed_protocol_selection//​. \\ **//0//** means using only TCP protocol, **//1//** means using only UDP protocol and **//2//** means using both protocols. In //Options -> Advanced// you can choose the transport protocol for LT-Seeding, by using this option: //​bittorrent.connection.ltseed_protocol_selection//​. \\ **//0//** means using only TCP protocol, **//1//** means using only UDP protocol and **//2//** means using both protocols.
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-BitComet by default enables search for Long-Term seeds in a BitTorrent task when it's being added to the Task List. If the task is using a //​.torrent//​ file made with BitComet, it will use the LTS hashes inside the //​.torrent//​ file to search for LT-Seeds.\\ ​ If the //​.torrent//​ file was created with another torrent maker it will query the server ​if there are any LTS hashes already uploaded for that torrent and then if present, it will use them to search for LT-Seeds.\\ ​+BitComet by default enables search for Long-Term seeds in a BitTorrent task when it's being added to the Task List. If the task is using a //​.torrent//​ file made with BitComet, it will use the LTS hashes inside the //​.torrent//​ file to search for LT-Seeds.\\ ​ If the //​.torrent//​ file was created with another torrent maker it will query the server ​for any LTS hashes already uploaded for that torrent and then if present, it will use them to search for LT-Seeds.\\ ​
 However you can disable LT-Seeding (both searching for LT-Seeds while downloading and uploading as an LT-Seed once the task is completed) on a per-task basis, by using the option above. However you can disable LT-Seeding (both searching for LT-Seeds while downloading and uploading as an LT-Seed once the task is completed) on a per-task basis, by using the option above.
  
 
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