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    Reading the forum today, someone said that it takes a while to a 'high reputation' or something like that in eDonkey... does have anything to with the ID ? Can someone please explain to me how that system works ? 'cause i never quite understood it

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    This is copied from the http://www.emule-project.net:

    Credit System

    Every client which connects to you for any reason is remembered by his userhash (this is not your ID or IP).
    If this client allows you to download, or you upload to him, emule saves the amount of transfered bytes in a file (clients.met).
    Everytime when a client asks you for a file the two transfer values are used to calculate a modifier, which directly affects the asking clients rating and his place in the queue.

    Here are the technical values:
    modifier = (2*uploaded to you) / downloaded from you

    So if client X has downloaded 2 Mbyets from you and you 3 MB from him, he gets a modifier of (3*2 /2) = 3.0 . That means if he waits in your queue his waiting time counts 3.0 times more than the waiting time of client Y.

    However the modifier can not be greater than 10.0 or smaller then 1.0.

    All clients with a modifier greater than 1 are indicated by a yellow icon in your upload window.

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    Originally posted by tilen76@26 February 2003 - 18:10
    This is copied from the http://www.emule-project.net:

    Credit System

    Every client which connects to you for any reason is remembered by his userhash (this is not your ID or IP).
    If this client allows you to download, or you upload to him, emule saves the amount of transfered bytes in a file (clients.met).
    Everytime when a client asks you for a file the two transfer values are used to calculate a modifier, which directly affects the asking clients rating and his place in the queue.

    Here are the technical values:
    modifier = (2*uploaded to you) / downloaded from you

    So if client X has downloaded 2 Mbyets from you and you 3 MB from him, he gets a modifier of (3*2 /2) = 3.0 . That means if he waits in your queue his waiting time counts 3.0 times more than the waiting time of client Y.

    However the modifier can not be greater than 10.0 or smaller then 1.0.

    All clients with a modifier greater than 1 are indicated by a yellow icon in your upload window.
    Now that was very usefull and good info explained in a way that even i could understand - THX

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    UKMan

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