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Thread: error:connection limit exceeded! you can only leech once from one location at a time

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    thats what i'm getting from RSR
    while i was downloading something from RSR, i had a disconnection at 80% if my download
    i tried everyhing:
    logout+restart+login
    waiting a hour
    update tracker

    nothing seems to help
    any1 can tell me what to do?

  2. BitTorrent   -   #2
    Means you can only download 1 particular file 1 time simultaniously.
    Example: Bruce.Almight.Camera

    ^^^ You download the above file from computer 1.
    While thats going... you try downloading the same exact file from Computer2.

    If you try downloading the same file more than once simultaniously youll get that error.
    Where if you download 2 differant files from 2 differant computers you should be fine.

  3. BitTorrent   -   #3
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    yes but my point is i'm not downloading anything
    more then a hour ago my download was interrupted by a disconnection at 80%
    i can't continue downloading and i get that error

  4. BitTorrent   -   #4
    Quote Originally Posted by torrentt View Post
    yes but my point is i'm not downloading anything
    more then a hour ago my download was interrupted by a disconnection at 80%
    i can't continue downloading and i get that error
    Maybe their peers table is messed up.

    Check your userdetails page and see if it shows you seeding or leeching the same file your trying to download. Chances are it shows you seeding or leeching it there still if your having this error.

    The cleanup is supposed to run every 15 minutes or so by default. Maybe they have theirs set a bit higher for some reason. Or maybe its just not cleaning up the peers table correctly the way its supposed to.

  5. BitTorrent   -   #5
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    Yeah, the best explanation I can think of is that, the torrent that you disconnected from isn't flushed i.e. rSR thinks that you are still downloading it. Really, there's nothing you can do but wait until rSR flushes it, which as melvinmeow said should be done every 15 minutes or maybe more depending on their configuration.

  6. BitTorrent   -   #6
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    thx guys
    problem solved by itself after 1.5 hours

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