I was wondering whether my seeds are using bandwidth while essentially being 'dormant'. As of now I have 32 torrents seeding. They are all off of private trackers. It's really frustrating to have this many seeds and like none of them uploading anything. Yes there are peers. My thoughts are: maybe I have so many that they are using so much bandwidth to just connect to the tracker that there is not enough room to be easily connectible to other peers.
It's strange to see one seed have this under seeders: 0(4) and this under peers: 0(7) when really on the private tracker the torrent has 12 seeders and 1 peer! To me, having seen that my seeds can't even get all the seeders/peers sorted out, I am further convinced that maybe I have too many seeds running.
And before you ask - i'm using utorrent, i'm not downloading anything, yes the seeds actually have peers, i have protocal encryption outgoing enabled (not forced) and incoming legacy connections enabled, and finally my dslreports-tested connection speed is the usual 1717/238 (which i would give anything for that to be my actual dl speed on a well seeded torrent [yes i have downloaded the openoffice.org torrent and only got to 210kb/s...])