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Thread: Best client for seeding ?

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    What is the best client for seeding in ur opinion ?
    I am asking this because I used to prefer bittornado in super seed mode, but here I am ,seeding 2 on bitme & 1 on oink & using only 25% of my upload limit,with leechers avbl.
    Or,to rephrase the question,which is the most aggresive client out there that can squeeze the last ounce of my up/down bandwidth ?
    Any help would be appreciated.
    Thx.

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    azureus tends to have a better seeding queue
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    Transmission. of course, it's banned at oink, which sort of puts a wrench in the system

    but on a serious note, I get the same problem with oink.me and bitme. even when there's an abundance of leechers (rare) my upload blows. at the same time, if I start up a torrent at myspleen or demonoid my upload shoots up to its limit and the previously mentioned sites are left with the scraps.

    the only way I can seem to get a good upload at oink is to have like 373854354 torrents seeding at once.
    Last edited by rguinn; 06-10-2006 at 11:56 PM.

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    Maxing download speed is easy but sitting at all that wasted upload bandwidth & pressure to maintain good ratios at all those private trackers is pathetic indeed.
    The upload speed I am referring to here is for the torrents I'm uploading with no one seeding except me...
    Any other opinions ?
    Last edited by Piyush Singh; 06-11-2006 at 03:42 AM.

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    i noticed utorrent gets somewhat better speeds than azureus on the same torrent... i tested it once and my upspeed was constantly maxed out with utorrent, while idling with azureus.

    then again, i'm a utorrent freak and dislike azureus, so my opinion might be a little subjective... who knows?

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    I agree. On uTorrent I get the best upload speed. Azureus isn't too convincing .

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    uTorrent all the way people.
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    dont use superseed on utorrent 1.4/1.5 as its pretty much screwed.
    it hasnt worked since version 1.2 or something (its on their forums).

    superseed should only be used when ur the only seeder with a full copy of the file. it harms the swarm to use it in other occasions.

    to answer ur question though, i find utorrent to be the best for uploading. just make sure u limit the number of upload slots though. having 100 upload slots will just send at tiny speeds to each person, and each connection made uses some bandwidth

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    utorrent is good for me
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    Utorrent is the way to go

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