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Thread: Good settings for uTorrent in OVH?

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    I have seen a few threads in the last few days looking for advice on uTorrent settings but I am wondering what are good settings for uTorrent on a 1gb ram OVH seedbox?

    Global connections?
    Connections per torrent?
    Upload slots?

    Cache settings?

    More generally what is the best number of torrents to upload and/or download at the same time?

    Anything else worth noting?

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    Ive never had disk ovaload using a kimi with 1 gig of ram with my settings twaeked like that

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    Slayer, there's no way a hard disk can cope with that many simultaneous read/writes. If anything, you're going to reduce performance.

    Global connections: 200
    No of peers per torrent: 50
    No of upload slots per torrent: 50

    Override cache size: 512
    Deselect "Reduce memory usage"

  4. BitTorrent   -   #4
    slayer2005 really you don't know nothing about seedboxes if you use this settings !

    connection
    1000
    500
    450

    on kimsufi max 128MB cache !

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    slayer2005 rotfl... that utorrent running on a mainframe? lol

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    Those settings are pretty humorous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sp0ngeb0b View Post
    Those settings are pretty humorous.

    LOL your all pretty stupid arnt you.
    Them settings on the global connections and such are there just random.
    yhea i would never even get that many!
    The disk cashe is set to 900mb in case it needs it,witch on a kimi some times it does.
    You say i no nothing about servers.
    Thats why i have around 10 and ive been uploading for 2 years.
    Oh yhea and ive never had disk ovaload like you certain people who open these threads.
    So i must be stupid hey.
    So for me that the way my settings stay,always stable always fast.

    I also set disk cashe to 1500mb on a box with 2gig of ram,as i said just in case it needs it.
    So to people with a kimi reading this always set it as 900mb on ur disk cashe.
    What is the seeder being used for?yhea a seedbox not a media player or converting shit or running applications.
    Last edited by slayer2005; 08-06-2008 at 01:38 AM.

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    I hate linux, except for seedboxes, where windows can burn in hell. Deluge strokes my gbit's delicately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WarrenBuffet View Post
    I hate linux, except for seedboxes, where windows can burn in hell. Deluge strokes my gbit's delicately.
    I agree deluge is the best client if your using win on a gbit.
    but still it wont maximize your speed.
    i tried utorrent and wine on ubuntu desktop and it was so much better and stabe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slayer2005 View Post
    LOL your all pretty stupid arnt you.
    Thats why i have around 10 and ive been uploading for 2 years.
    You still tried to host a torrent site on an OVH box

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