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Why do you need rTorrent to run ruTorrent? To use ruTorrent, you must have rTorrent installed and running on your system, as ruTorrent connects to and communicates with the rTorrent process in order to manage your torrents. rTorrent provides the underlying functionality for downloading and uploading torrents, while ruTorrent provides a convenient and user-friendly way to access and control that functionality.

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One of the pros of using ruTorrent is that it can be extended through plugins. To add a plugin, you would simply need to go to this plugin path (/rutorrent/plugins) and download the plugin into this directory.

In this tab, you can find information about the files in torrent data (being downloaded). For instance, you can find the size of that particular file and how much data remains to be downloaded. Also, you will see a priority (if there is one for that specific file).

Generally, there are a few factors for your torrent being too slow; these include your Internet speed (bandwidth), download/upload speed limitations, and the health of the torrent. Some of these factors might be beyond your hands. But still, you can monitor and analyze it to improve the overall ruTorrent speed.

This ratio may vary, so you may have to return later if you see a low ratio or very few seeders. A quick look into the S/L (Seeders/Leechers) columns might give you a lot of information on the health of the torrent. As shown in the picture below, three torrents have only one seeder, while the other has 59. The one with 59 seeders is much healthier. The higher the number on Seeders, the more chances your torrent download is faster.

The following ruTorrent tips and tricks will take your ruTorrent experience to the next level. Whether is to manage RSS via the WebGUI, customize ruTorrent with plugins, directly share files with your friends through the application, or download torrents automatically.

One of the highlights of ruTorrent is its ability to manage RSS via a Web GUI. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and is a file in XML format used to spread content throughout the web. The following step-by-step guide will show you how to configure ruTorrent to download torrents from RSS feeds.

Automated media downloader tools can help you search, find, and download torrents automatically for your favorite movies, TV shows, music, or books. Most of these tools are also capable of updating your entire media library.

Sonarr is a popular TV series collection manager for BitTorrent and Usenet. It keeps track of multiple torrent RSS feeds, finds new TV series, and connects with your ruTorrent client to download all those movies automatically. All of that without your intervention. Sonarr can also be configured to find better-quality content. It replaces it with the old when it finds higher-quality content. There is also other automation software such as Radarr or Readarr.

In order for the others to be able to access (download) the content you want to share they must possess the .torrent file you have just created for that content first. Therefore you'll have to make sure that you propagate it through some means. The most used and easy way is to upload the .torrent file on a torrent index web site, from where other users who are searching for the respective content will be able to download it and after that, their clients will automatically initiate BitTorrent downloads from you, by using the metadata information contained inside the .torrent file to locate the eventual tracker and eventually you as a seeder as well as the other peers in the swarm.

After that all that's left for you to do, is to upload the .torrent file on one or more index sites and wait for other peers to find the stuff you shared on that site, download the .torrent file and start downloading from you. Therefore, don't forget to leave your client and the task running continuously for a while (at least until you can see another one or two additional seeds created inside the swarm).

Therefore if you see that the default setting results in large piece size, you could experiment with manual settings of the piece size (trying to keep it no bigger than 1MB). As long as your .torrent file doesn't get very big (it stays under, let's say, 1MB) that should be OK for very large file-sets. HTTP index sites can handle the download of .torrent files of this size, relatively easy, and a smaller piece size results in far more efficient transactions inside the swarm, faster initial propagation of the pieces and less rubbish data for other peers.

Web seeding was implemented in 2006 as the ability of BitTorrent clients to download torrent pieces from an HTTP source in addition to the swarm. The advantage of this feature is that a site may distribute a torrent for a particular file or batch of files and make those files available for download from that same web server; this can simplify seeding and load balancing greatly once support for this feature is implemented in the various BitTorrent clients. In theory, this would make using BitTorrent almost as easy for a web publisher as simply creating a direct download while allowing some of the upload bandwidth demands to be placed upon the downloaders (which normally use only a very small portion of their upload bandwidth capacity). Read more here. BitComet implemented this feature from version 1.14, and supports the Getright Webseeding spec.

If you know the HTTP source of a file that is the same as the source file (or the URL of the source file), you can enter the URL here. This is helpful for downloaders to acquire data, or in other words, download, from the HTTP server, in this way improving the downloading speeds and torrent health. 350c69d7ab


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