I took praddy's Randomize plugin and hacked it a bit. Before it would check if incoming port was firewalled every x secs and if it was then use another port and reannounce once(he had ISP problems with them blocking his ports). Now all port-related stuff is removed and it will force reannounce every x secs, default 120, but can be changed in '~/.config/deluge/reannounce.conf', which is generated at first run(deluge default is 600 secs).
Tested working on latest stable deluge v1.3.15 and latest git-develop(v2.0 beta).
Note, it's not recommended setting the interval too low as you can get banned by trackers and it's also considered rude - Use at your own risk and don't blame me! The default interval is already stretching it! (I used 2 minutes as default because that was listed as minimum recommended in a guide about hacking rtorrent + also used as default in hrktorrent.)
I recommend using ltConfig by ratanak additionally and enabling at-least 'announce_to_all_trackers/tiers'.
An easy method to check the plugin is working, is with ipmagnet where you can see the plugin reannouncing every 2 minutes(default), or whatever you've defined as interval in 'reannounce.conf', instead of 10 minutes(deluge default).
The links get disabled after 100 days without download, so if/when it dies, then give me a shout.
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fi ... 3977076712
http://s000.tinyupload.com/index.php?fi ... 4303097181:
All credits goes to praddy and his Randomize plugin. The GPL'd code is in the egg.
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Last edited by mhertz on Wed Aug 21, 2019 11:45 pm, edited 2 times in total.
This plugin didn't work anymore in latest deluge-2.0.3(and couldn't be fixed by merely renaming it to other python version neither), but I managed to fix it and have edited my first post above to include this, so now there's a version for new deluge(v2.0.3) and another for the old(v1.3.15).
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