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no seeds? just 11 peers and .75 distributed copies

nevermind, theres one now

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Bittorrent cant work unless other people are on who have the file. I've waited the past 2 hours for it and nothing! Why can't we do a direct link, I know it kills bandwitdth, but I want to see CR give RC what hes been waiting for!!!

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:D:o wow that was fast ;):D , i just went to the dealer for like 45 minutes and i got back and it was done :):):p thanks you guys that awesome... there are now 14 seeds and im leaving mine up for a while :D

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I was having trouble with my BT client. I think I was seeding but not sure. I switched to Bittornado.

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There are 25 seeds now so nobody should have a problem getting the file. Things do go wrong with the tracker etc. but if you just leave BitTornado open it will constantly try to reconnect and eventually will.

YamahaX25 - You want to pay for the bandwidth :) ? The Indianapolis round has been downloaded 170 times so far and still counting, that's 68GB for Indianapolis alone!!! You'd be talking over a terabyte by the end of the season, imagine the cost of that! I've been seeding this from the very start, you're just not giving it enough time.

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There are 25 seeds now so nobody should have a problem getting the file. Things do go wrong with the tracker etc. but if you just leave BitTornado open it will constantly try to reconnect and eventually will.

YamahaX25 - You want to pay for the bandwidth :p ? The Indianapolis round has been downloaded 170 times so far and still counting, that's 68GB for Indianapolis alone!!! I've been seeding this from the very start, you're just not giving it enough time.

171 :D:):)

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Hi Zenith ,

is there still a need to seed the SD Race?

Found out that I`m the only seed and no downloads anymore?

sd-seed.jpg

But no problem to leave it open when needed :)

BTW: What da ya think to the France Races?

Nice Track ehh :)

Hope ya Cold is doing better :p

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Zenith,

I downloaded last night the #san Diego-7" will look at it later today when coming home from work, and I was seeding to 09:00 in the morning Norwegian time.

There was no others downloading in the morning so I closed the PC and the seeding ?

1) Could there be any problems on my program?

2) I don`t think everybody has loaded the files yet.

3) also my uploading rate was 3-4 times the downloading rates in the beginning late evening yesterday.

I will open when coming home from work and start seeding if there is a need for that ,

4) but could you help me with the understanding of the up/down loading issues.

Also there was at the max 15 seeding and only 7 peers down loading when I left the PC at 01:00 local time. thought there should be more people on the lines.

5) Does it work so that we in Europe only up/down load from some server here and others USA & Austral/ Far East have there own servers?

Would be nice to understand some more how this thing works .

6) If you feel for it knock down some lines to help us understand .

I hope this will go on and maybe TT could make a special thread for only these downloads to have us all starting at same time by then getting high speed to all of us . You are the specialists just some ideas.

regards. lefa

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Baycrosser - Your client rarely gets the full list of peers from the tracker, so often you'll only see one or two peers but there may be many others in the swarm who just aren't visible to you at that time. The only way to tell for sure is using TorrentSpy. At the moment there are 22 seeds and 11 downloaders, so yep it's still necessary to seed. The Anaheim 3 and Indianapolis STILL have people downloading from them, I've been seeding 'em for over a week now. As I said the best bet with BitTorrent for any issue is to just leave the client open and walk away :).

lefa -

1) See above :).

2) Yep there are 11 people still trying to get it and I'm sure more will join. There will be people trying to download for at least another week I'd say. Check TorrentSpy to be sure.

3) The more people seed the better. If you're not using the bandwidth you've nothing to lose by leaving the client open for a week or more. Even just limiting the upload limit to say 5kb/s and leaving it open for a week will allow many more people get the file. Make sure your upload is not flooded, this occurs when your upload speed is greater then about 70% your theoretical upload rate. eg. I have a 128k upload line at home which is 16kb/s, I have to limit my upload speed to 11kb/s maximum or it gets flooded, slowing my download speed dramatically. The main reason for this is that whenever you download a TCP/IP packet you must send back an acknowledgement to say you got the packet, if this doesn't get back the sender will send it again. So if your upload is maxed out these ACK packets don't get to the sender and he'll send the same packet again. This severely limits your download speed.

4) See my reply to BayCrosser. Again get TorrentSpy and open the .torrent with it to see the real number of people on the torrent.

5) Nope. The tracker has a full list of IP addresses of everybody downloading /uploading. Your client gets some of this list and swaps pieces of the file with them until you have all the pieces and hence the whole file. There are no servers involved in the actual downloading of the file, it's completely peer-to-peer, hence the reason it is so "good" for the warez P2P community. Check this site out for more info on the workings of BitTorrent - http://btfaq.com. If you have any questions on it just ask.

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Oki Zenith I see.

Mine is still open anyways.

I just download torrent spy to see what is going on :)

Oh I see,

downloaders:

23 complete

12 incomplete

wow that is a heck of data flushing around :p:)

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Hi guys only watched the race today, it's been a hell off a week "to much work"

And what a race it was :p:D:)

BTW just got BT up too :)

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Almost 200 downloads (70Gb!) of this so far, but seeds are starting to disconnect so this is your last chance to grab it if you want it :)

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