[Plugin] ltConfig v0.2.5.0

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Re: [Plugin] ltConfig v0.2.5.0

Postby Lenmaer » Tue Sep 15, 2015 11:40 pm

I see, thanks.

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Re: [Plugin] ltConfig v0.2.5.0

Postby Rulla » Sat Oct 10, 2015 5:16 am

Hi! Could someone perhaps post the settings that high performance seed gives.
I've used this plugin whenever it works for me, this time around it again just shows me initial settings. Tinkering with those settings bu myself, I don't manage to make any difference. The presets have worked greatly in the past, when I've been able to use them.

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Re: [Plugin] ltConfig v0.2.5.0

Postby Ratanak » Sun Oct 18, 2015 4:00 pm

Rulla wrote:Hi! Could someone perhaps post the settings that high performance seed gives.
I've used this plugin whenever it works for me, this time around it again just shows me initial settings. Tinkering with those settings bu myself, I don't manage to make any difference. The presets have worked greatly in the past, when I've been able to use them.

Cheers


High performance seed config (as defined for 0.16.18.0):

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{
  "file": 1,
  "format": 1
}{
  "apply_on_start": true,
  "settings": {
    "connection_speed": 50,
    "send_redundant_have": false,
    "active_seeds": 2000,
    "max_failcount": 1,
    "dht_upload_rate_limit": 100000,
    "allowed_fast_set_size": 0,
    "unchoke_slots_limit": 500,
    "max_rejects": 10,
    "allow_multiple_connections_per_ip": true,
    "read_job_every": 100,
    "alert_queue_size": 50000,
    "utp_dynamic_sock_buf": true,
    "active_limit": 2000,
    "file_pool_size": 500,
    "cache_expiry": 3600,
    "max_out_request_queue": 1000,
    "send_buffer_watermark": 3145728,
    "send_buffer_watermark_factor": 150,
    "active_tracker_limit": 2000,
    "request_timeout": 10,
    "send_buffer_low_watermark": 1048576,
    "mixed_mode_algorithm": 0,
    "max_queued_disk_bytes": 10485760,
    "cache_buffer_chunk_size": 128,
    "connections_limit": 8000,
    "inactivity_timeout": 20,
    "listen_queue_size": 200,
    "max_allowed_in_request_queue": 2000,
    "suggest_mode": 1,
    "active_dht_limit": 600,
    "peer_timeout": 20,
    "half_open_limit": 0,
    "user_agent": "libtorrent/0.16.18.0",
    "seed_time_limit": 86400,
    "cache_size": 65536,
    "low_prio_disk": false
  }
}


What version of libtorrent are you using?

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Re: [Plugin] ltConfig v0.2.5.0

Postby Rulla » Mon Oct 19, 2015 3:23 am

Thank you!
Ratanak wrote:What version of libtorrent are you using?

0.15.10.0

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Re: [Plugin] ltConfig v0.2.5.0

Postby Ratanak » Mon Oct 19, 2015 3:42 am

libtorrent presets are only available from 0.16.x.

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Re: [Plugin] ltConfig v0.2.5.0

Postby Rulla » Mon Oct 19, 2015 12:47 pm

Ah, I feel so foolish now. Thank you again!

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Re: [Plugin] ltConfig v0.2.5.0

Postby shinger » Fri Apr 08, 2016 6:18 am

Hi guys,

Good to be back.

I had some questions.

- Deluge uses something of libtorrent i still am not sure what it uses? Is it some of the functionality? Or is it all of its functionality? If it uses all of its functionality, does this mean deluge is just a front-end tool? Because i do not really have that idea.
- Libtorrent is updated frequently and some of its functionality is really useful. In the past i had come to know that Deluge did not build in the possibility of using deluge to change the latest libtorrent functions yet. However does this mean that some functionality of libtorrent which already by default is on, also is by default on when using deluge with latest version of libtorrent?

For example. uTorrent transport protocol. Is this by default turned on when you use the latest version of libtorrent?

Last thing, if i update continuously to the latest version of libtorrent, would all be all working with lets say even the current version of deluge or maybe older versions of deluge?
Server: Linux Ubuntu Server 14.04.3 64bit, Deluge 1.3.12, Libtorrent 1.0.6, Python 2.7.6
Client: Linux Ubuntu 14.04.3 64bit, Deluge 1.3.12, Python 2.7.6
Plugins: Blocklist, Extractor, Notifications, Scheduler, YaRSS2, LabelPlus

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Re: [Plugin] ltConfig v0.2.5.0

Postby Shryp » Fri Apr 08, 2016 2:51 pm

Yes, deluge is just a front end that is using libtorrent in the background. You can update libtorrent all you want and things should work fine. I found libtorrent 1.1.0 didn't work well on my Windows machine, but 1.0.9 works great.

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Re: [Plugin] ltConfig v0.2.5.0

Postby highvoltage » Mon Apr 11, 2016 11:26 pm

not works libtorrent 1.1.0.0

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Re: [Plugin] ltConfig v0.2.5.0

Postby Cas » Tue Apr 12, 2016 9:09 am

1.1.0 is possibly getting too far ahead of the old code in 1.3, I'm not sure how much arvid will keep backwards compatibility going forward so stick to 1.0.x. Our code in development will target 1.1 changes


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