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    10-08-2007, 08:15 PM #1 (permalink)

    SesshoumaruThe Killing Perfection

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    This is the "General Preferences" screen, which is opened simply through "Options >Preferences" (or by pressing CTRL+P).

    [*] User Interface Settings

    > The Language dropdown menu allows you to select the language for the entire Torrent interface.In order for this to work, you must have installed the language pack (utorrent.lng) into Torrent'ssettings directory, or in the same directory as the Torrent executable itself.> The More... button opens the download page in your web browser, where you'll find the languagepack available for download.> check - Check for updates automatically tells Torrent to connect to the Torrent servers tocheck for newer versions upon startup (always best to have the latest version!)> check - Confirm when deleting torrents displays a dialog asking for confirmation when you try todelete a torrent job from the list. (can save you from deleting a torrent by mistake)> check - Show confirmation dialog on exit displays a dialog asking for confirmation when you tryto exit Torrent. (can save you from accidentally closing uT)

    [*] System Tray

    > uncheck - Close to tray will tell Torrent to close the main window to system tray rather than exitwhen the close button is used in the window title bar. (personal preference)> check - Always show tray icon will display the tray icon regardless of Torrent's main windowvisibility (unless hidden with the boss-key). If disabled, Torrent will only display the tray icon when itis closed or minimized to system tray. (personal preference)> check - Show balloon notifications in tray will display a bubble tooltip notification in the systemtray when certain events occur in Torrent, such as the download completion of a torrent job, anerror, and so on. (saves you from having to open it to check on the status)> check - Minimize to tray will tell Torrent to minimize the main window to system tray ratherthan the taskbar. (keeps the Task Bar clear as I always have uT open!)> uncheck - Single click on tray icon to open will make it so that it takes a single left-click on thetray icon to display or hide the main window. If left unchecked, it would require a double-click toachieve the same result. (personal preference)> check - Always activate when clicked will make it so that left-clicking (or double-clicking,depending on whether the single click tray icon option is enabled or disabled) the tray icon will onlyactivate the main window. If left disabled, Torrent would normally alternate between activating andhiding the window for the same action. (personal preference)

    [*] Display Options

    > check - Alternate list background color will make Torrent alternate the background color foreach item in a listview (be it the torrent jobs list, or one of the listviews in the detailed info pane)between white and gray. If disabled, Torrent will simply display a white background behind every

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  • item in the listview. (very nice for a long list of torrents; keeps order)> check - Show current speed in the title bar displays the total upload and download rates in thetitle bar of the main window, before "Torrent". (always nice to have as much info handy as possible!)> check - Show graphical progress bar draws a progress bar for each torrent job in the torrentjobs list, behind the completion percentage. (same as above - as much info as possible is nice)> uncheck - Show speed limits in the status bar displays the global rate limit (if set) next to itscorresponding value in the status bar. (personal preference)

    [*] Windows Integration

    > check - The Associate with .torrent files button tells Windows to open .torrent files in Torrent.If maindoc.ico is present in Torrent's settings directory, it will be used as the icon for .torrent filesinstead of making Windows attempt to generate an icon automatically. (highly recommending - thisgreatly increases productivity!)> check - Check association on startup will tell Torrent to check associations with .torrent filesevery time it is opened. If this filetype is not associated when Torrent starts, the user will beprompted for further action. (makes sure other rouge programs don't alter .torrent association)> uncheck - Start Torrent on system startup will make Torrent start when Windows starts up.(personal preference - can degrade computer performance)

    This is the "Downloads Preferences" screen, which is shown by clicking "Downloads" on theleft of the Preferences window.

    [*] Location of Downloaded Files

    > check - Put new downloads in specifies the default location that the contents of newly addedtorrent jobs will be downloaded to. (Allows you to properly organize your torrents and save time)Upon checking the above setting, you'll be prompted for a location to put the torrents into. This iswhere torrents will download to by default. This is an excellent way to save yourself browsing for alocation (likely the same one) for each torrent. I've got mine set to a secondary hard drive in a foldernamed "Downloads". This is also the location you'll want to put the files for torrents you create beforeyou start seeding.> check - Always show dialog on manual add tells Torrent to display the Add New Torrent dialogeven if a default download location is. If left unchecked, Torrent automatically sets the downloadlocation to the specified location and adds the torrent job to the torrent jobs list accordingly, withoutuser intervention. (this allows you to alter the default location or pick and choose files)> uncheck - Move completed downloads to specifies the location that torrent contents that havefinished downloading should be moved to. (personal preference - good if you have limited space and fororganization)>> Only move from the default download directory tells Torrent to move torrent contents only ifit was saved to the directory specified under "Put new downloads in". If that option wasn't set, thisoption should be left disabled.>> Append the torrent's label to the directory name will add the torrent job's label to the paththat the torrent contents are moved to after they finish downloading.

    [*] When Adding Torrents

    > uncheck - Don't start the download automatically adds manually imported torrent jobs instopped mode. If this option is enabled, "Start torrent" in the Add New Torrent dialog will beunchecked by default (but can still be enabled). If that dialog is not enabled, torrent jobs will simply beadded in stopped mode, and will have to be started manually. (defeats the purpose of showing thedialog box)> check - Activate the program window will open the Torrent main window (if hidden, minimizedto system tray, or minimized to taskbar). If unchecked, Torrent will simply display the Add NewTorrent dialog. (personal preference - I like being able to instantly start the torrent)> check - Show a window that displays the files inside the torrent will tell Torrent to displaythe Add New Torrent dialog. If unchecked, Torrent will simply ask where you'd like to save the torrentcontents, assuming a default download location is not set. (to pick and choose files)

    [*] Other Settings

    > check - Append .!ut to incomplete files tells Torrent to append the .!ut extension to any file inthe torrent contents that still hasn't finished downloading. Once a file is completed, the extension getsremoved from it. Note that the state of this option takes effect immediately after the preferences aresaved, regardless of whether torrent jobs are started, stopped, paused, or queued. (personalpreference - this is a best way to keep track of downloading files)> uncheck - Pre-allocate all files tells Torrent to create and fully allocate every file you select todownload immediately after starting the torrent job. It cannot be used in conjunction with compactallocation or sparse files. Note that this option does not have an impact on fragmentation of your harddrive, as Torrent already allocates each file upon writing to disk even without this option. (personalpreference - not so good for limited HDD space if is checked)> check - Prevent standby if there are active torrents is self-explanatory; if there are activetorrent jobs, Torrent will attempt to keep the computer out of standby mode. (keeps system fromentering power saving mode)

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  • This is the "Connection Preferences" screen, which is shown by clicking "Connection" on theleft of the Preferences window.

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    10-08-2007, 08:16 PM #2 (permalink)

    SesshoumaruThe Killing Perfection

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    [*] Listening Port

    > The Port used for incoming connections field specifies the port that Torrent should use to listenfor incoming connections. This port must be unfirewalled for optimal usage of Torrent. (I recommendsomething above 10,000 for good measure. You'll want to make sure this port is allowed through yourrouter and/or firewall. (See your router/firewall documentation for instructions on how to do that.)Without having this port "open to the Internet" you will not be connectable. Not being connectable willgreatly reduce your Bittorrent speeds.)> The Random port button selects a random port between 10000 and 65000 as the listening port. (ifyou are out of inspiration just click on it..)> uncheck - Randomize port each time Torrent starts makes Torrent select a random portbetween 1024 and 5000 to use at startup. Note that this option might conflict with your portforwarding settings, so if you manually open ports in your router and firewall, it's best to leave thisoption disabled. (will likely make you not connectable)> uncheck - Enable UPnP port mapping allows Torrent to communicate with the router to forwarda port without your manual intervention. Some devices do not support Universal Plug and Play (UPnP),so you might still have to forward your ports manually. Disable UPnP if that is the case. (UPnP isn't avery good solution - try to manually forward the port first)> uncheck - Enable NAT-PMP port mapping allows Torrent to attempt to forward a port withrouters that support the NAT port mapping protocol (Apple products, for example). (same as above...first of all try to manually forward the port)> uncheck - Add Torrent to Windows Firewall exceptions allows Torrent to add an entry to theWindows Firewall exceptions list that lets it bypass the firewall. This is useful only if you actually haveWindows Firewall enabled. Note that this option works only on Windows XP with at least Service Pack2 (SP2) installed. (only check this if you use the WinXP SP2 Firewall; not advised)

    [*] Proxy Server

    This is a large and complex topic. It is not possible to cover all variations here so this shouldn't be usedunless you know exactly what you are doing.

    > The Type dropdown menu specifies the type of proxy you are trying to use. Note that "HTTP"proxies cannot be used for peer-to-peer connections, as the HTTP CONNECT (used for tunnelingpersistent connections over the proxy) was introduced in HTTP/1.1, and most HTTP proxies still useHTTP/1.0.> The Proxy field is where you enter the proxy's URL or IP address.> The Port field is where you enter the proxy's port.> Checking Authentication indicates that you need to log into the proxy server in order for it towork.>> The Username field is where you enter the username required to log into the proxy server forauthentication.>> The Password field is where you enter the password required to log into the proxy server forauthentication.> Use proxy server for peer-to-peer connections forces Torrent to communicate and transferdata with peers through the proxy. By default, this option is disabled, and Torrent only uses theproxy to communicate with trackers. Note that peer-to-peer communication cannot be used with HTTPproxies.

    [*] Bandwidth Limiting

    Upload

    > uncheck - Automatic will allow Torrent to automatically adjust its global maximum upload ratelimit based on periodically measured network conditions.> The Maximum upload rate field is self-explanatory. It will limit the maximum rate at whichTorrent will upload. Setting the value to 0 is equivalent to setting it to unlimited. Setting the value toanywhere between 1 and 5 will limit your download speed to 6 times the set upload speed, and youwill see a "Download Limited" message in the status bar. This value is interpreted in KiB/s, so pleaseenter it as such. (Keeping in mind that your download speed is directly proportional to your upload

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  • speed, limiting your upload just below your maximum possible speed will help your Internetperformance (not just uT) as a whole. Find out your upload from your ISP (say 384kbps), then divide itby 8 to get your kB/s (kilobytes per second). Now shave about 20% off of this number and enter ithere. For example... if you have a 384kbps upload, dividing that by 8 gives you 48 kB/s. 48 - 20%(=8) is 40. This will give you the optimal upload cap to allow other minor tasks (email checking, webbrowser AV updating, etc) to function while giving you the fattest pipe possible for upload speed. Keepin mind that trial and error works best. The percentage rate (20%) isn't set in stone. Use it as astarting point and try higher and lower to see what works best for you.)> uncheck - The Alternate upload rate when not downloading field allows you to define analternate upload rate when no torrent job is in downloading mode (only uploading). Other than thecontext in which it is active, this upload rate limit behaves exactly like the "Maximum upload rate"field. Unless you know what you're doing with this option, do not mess with it, as it might give theimpression that Torrent is not obeying the global maximum upload rate. This value is interpreted inKiB/s, so please enter it as such.

    Download

    > The Maximum download rate field limist the maximum rate at which Torrent will download.Setting the value to 0 is equivalent to setting it to unlimited. Note that download rate limiting is veryunreliable, so you might see greater fluctuations in download speeds with this option set to anythingother than 0, and Torrent might not be able to limit the speeds to the specified amount either. Thisvalue is interpreted in KiB/s, so please enter it as such. (This can also be useful, especially if you're ondial-up or a slower DSL service. Capping the download speed using the same formula as above will allowyou the necessary bandwidth to perform the other tasks mentioned. If you have a 1.5Mbit or betterISP connection, don't worry about this (leave it as 0; unlimited). If you notice issues using otherInternet apps (like browsing the web) while downloading torrents, you can try capping your downloadrate here.)

    This is the "BitTorrent Preferences" screen, which is shown by clicking "BitTorrent" on theleft of the Preferences window.

    [*] Number of Connection

    > The Global maximum number of connections field defines the maximum number of connectionsthat Torrent can make at any given time in all active torrent jobs. (setting this number too high willcause instability and slowness. Setting this number too low will produce the exact same results. Thenumber to use completely depends on your speed. The best "formula" to use is stick in whatever kbpsupload speed you have (such as 384/512). Again, playing with this will give you the best results, sodon't be afriad to deviate from this.)> The Maximum number of connected peers per torrent field defines the maximum number ofpeers that Torrent can connect to at any given moment for each torrent job. (this is also one of those"grey areas" when it comes to definitive settings and calculations/formulas. What I've found the mosteffective is use the number you calculated for the "Global maximum upload rate" above (40 in myexample) and double it. Again, tweak it here and there to find the sweet spot. Too high and you'llexpereince bandwidth choking. Too low and you'll find your speeds moving slowly.)> The Number of upload slots per torrent field defines the maximum number of peers thatTorrent will upload to at any given moment for each torrent job. (again, heavily dependant on yourInternet connection. The most efficent way to calculate this that I've found is to take that same numberwe doubled for "conected peers" just above (again, 40 in this example) and divide it by 4 (10 in thisexample). This number should obviously never be 0 or else you'll never connect! For dial-up users, 1 or2 at most should suffice. Otherwise try the mentioned calculations and toy with it from there.)> check - Use additional upload slots if upload speed < 90% tells Torrent to open more uploadslots if the current total upload speed is less than 90% of the global maximum upload rate.

    [*] Additional BitTorrent Features

    > uncheck - Enable DHT Network enables the Distributed Hash Table (DHT) if checked. You can alsodo this by right-clicking the DHT status in the main window status bar and selecting the correspondingoption. (not allowed on private trackers - NEVER check this!)> uncheck - Enable DHT for new torrents tells Torrent to check for peers from the DHT networkon each newly added torrent job. This option only works if DHT is enabled, and if the 'private' flag isnot set in the .torrent file. (not allowed on private trackers - NEVER check this!)> uncheck - Enable Local Peer Discovery allows Torrent to attempt to discover local peers viamulticast. If a peer is considered local, transfer rates with the peer will not be limited unless Limit localpeer bandwidth is also enabled. Local peers will not be added to the peer list for .torrent files with the'private' flag set. (not allowed on private trackers - NEVER check this!)

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  • 10-08-2007, 08:17 PM #3 (permalink)

    SesshoumaruThe Killing Perfection

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    > check - Ask tracker for scrape information tells Torrent to scrape the tracker (ask for peer andseed counts). By default, the tracker is scraped only when the torrent job is started, but this can bechanged. (regularly checks the health of a torrent like seeds/leechers)> uncheck - Enable Peer Exchange enables Peer Exchange (PEX) for each newly added torrent job,provided the 'private' flag is not set for that .torrent file. (similar to DHT, it allows peers outside of thetracker to connect - NEVER check this!)

    > uncheck - Limit local peer bandwidth: This option decides whether Torrent should apply therate limits to peers on the local network. Peers are considered local if they are discovered by LocalPeer Discovery, or if they are on the same LAN as the client.

    > The IP/Hostname to report to tracker field allows you to specify your IP address when reportingto the tracker. This is used for the case that your WAN (Internet) IP address is not reported correctlyto the tracker for whatever reason (might be that you are behind a proxy server). Note that you cantype a hostname in this field, so if you use a dynamic DNS service, you can enter your domain intothis field. Also, realize that not all trackers pay attention to this information, and often ignore it.(should be left blank unless you know what you're doing.)

    [*] Protocol Encryption

    > The Outgoing dropdown menu allows you to select the mode of encryption that you prefer Torrentto establish. All modes will accept incoming encrypted connections, and the encryption is 2-way.>> Disabled will force Torrent to attempt to establish only unencrypted outgoing connections.>> Enabled will allow Torrent to establish encrypted and unencrypted outgoing connections,depending on how the peer responds to the handshake. This is the recommended option, as it allowsyou to connect to the largest number of peers.>> Forced forces Torrent to establish only encrypted outgoing connections. Any peer that doesn'tsupport encryption will not be connected to. It is recommended that you not use this option unlessyour ISP actively searches for unencrypted outgoing connections, as it can significantly impair yourability to connect to peers.(Choose "Enabled" - This setting allows some users to bypass traffic shaping techniques used by someISPs and also offers more security)> check - Allow incoming legacy connections allows Torrent to establish unencrypted incomingconnections. If disabled, any incoming connection that is unencrypted will be ignored. It isrecommended that you not disable this option unless your ISP actively searches for unencryptedincoming connections, as it can significantly impair your ability to connect to peers.

    This is the "Queueing Preferences" screen, which is shown by clicking "Queueing" on theleft of the Preferences window.

    [*] Queue Settings

    > The Maximum number of active torrents field defines the maximum number of unforced torrentjobs that Torrent will allow to be active before placing it on the queue. Torrent jobs are countedregardless of whether they're seeding or downloading torrents, as long as they are uploading ordownloading at 1 KiB/s or higher. (there is no real "right or wrong" answer... just use common sense)> The Maximum number of active downloads field defines the maximum number of unforcedtorrent jobs that Torrent will allow to be downloaded before making it wait on the download queue.This option only applies to torrent jobs that are downloading or are to be placed in downloading mode.(use common sense)

    [*] Seed While [Default values]

    > The Ratio is:

  • > uncheck - The Limit the upload rate to field allows you to set the speed that Torrent throttlesthe upload speed for a torrent job to when it reaches the seeding goal set. Setting this value to 0 isequivalent to telling Torrent to stop the torrent job. This value is interpreted in KiB/s, so please enterit as such. (haha "when you reach the seeding goal" :d)

    This is the "Scheduler Preferences" screen, which is shown by clicking "Scheduler" on theleft of the Preferences window.

    [*] Scheduler Table (if enabled)

    Here you can adjust the bandwidth uT is allowed to use depending on the time of day. It's nice forallowing uT to still run during the day, but also allow more bandwidth when others are using thenerwork/computer. The settings are pretty much self-explanitory.

    > Each square in this table represents each hour in each day of each week. You can change the colorby left-clicking on a box. It cycles through dark green, light green, and white. To get light red (SeedingOnly), hold Shift while left-clicking on the box. Left-click-dragging will cause all time blocks that themouse passes over to change to the new color.> If the box is dark green, it is Full Speed, which means that Torrent will adhere to the global uploadand download rate limits during that hour.> If a box is light green, it means the upload and download rates are Limited, and will be bound by therate limits set in the "Scheduler Settings" section.> If a box is white, it means that all torrent jobs that are not forced will be set to Turn off, or stop.> If a box is light red, it means Seeding only, and all unforced torrent jobs that are downloading willbe stopped. Seeding torrent jobs will proceed to seed as usual.

    [*] Scheduler Settings (if enabled)

    > The Limited upload rate field sets the global maximum upload rate that all torrent jobs shouldfollow when operating under Limited mode. Other than the context in which it is active, this uploadrate limit behaves exactly like the global maximum upload rate. This value is interpreted in KiB/s, soplease enter it as such.> The Limited download rate field sets the global maximum download rate that all torrent jobsshould follow when operating under Limited mode. Other than the context in which it is active, thisdownload rate limit behaves exactly like the global maximum download rate. This value is interpretedin KiB/s, so please enter it as such.> check - Disable DHT when turning off disables DHT when the scheduler is operating under Turnoff mode.

    This is the "Other Preferences" screen, which is shown by clicking "Other" on the left of thePreferences window.

    [*] Storage For Torrent Files

    > uncheck - Store .torrent files in sets the location that Torrent should save .torrent files to. Bydefault, Torrent will save these files to the settings directory. (personal preference - only used tochange location of the .torrent files)> uncheck - Move .torrents for finished jobs to moves .torrent files to the specified location afterit is completed. By default, these files remain in the same location that they were first copied to.(personal preference - only used to save the .torrent files automatically)

    [*] Auto-Load Torrents

    > uncheck - Automatically load torrents in directory tells Torrent to check the specifieddirectory every second for new new .torrent files, and automatically load them. Note that the directoryspecified here must be different from the directories specified in the .torrent storage settings,otherwise, you will have problems. (personal preference - used to load all torrents from a specificdirectory)> uncheck - Delete torrent instead of renaming, when loading tells Torrent to delete the.torrent file when it is auto-loaded. Normally, if this option is not checked, Torrent appends .loaded tothe extension to indicate that it has been loaded and prevent Torrent from trying to load the .torrentfile again. (personal preference)Tutorial alcatuit de catre freedom @docs.torrents.ro.__________________This is the end ... DIE !!!

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  • SesshoumaruThe Killing Perfection

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    [*] Other

    > The Boss-Key field allows you to select a keyboard combination that, when pressed, will toggle thevisibility of all traces Torrent on the immediate desktop. The main window and any open dialogs, thetaskbar entry, and the system tray icon all disappear when hidden, and appear again when unhidden(by pressing the keyboard combination a second time). To set this field, you must press the keyboardcombination you wish to set the boss-key to. To do so, press your choice of modifier keys (anycombination of Ctrl, Alt, and Shift) and the key (letters, numbers, function keys, and so on). Makesure the key combination you select is not used by another application, as that can lead to conflicts.> The Clear Private Data button clears previously used paths in various locations, such as the AddNew Torrent dialog and the Create New Torrent dialog.

    > check - Allow Torrent to send anonymous version number and random id when checkingfor new version does exactly that - it allows Torrent to send an anonymous, non-private, randomlygenerated ID and the Torrent version and build numbers to the update server in order to count thenumber of people there are using Torrent. (this helps improve uT and doesn't invade your privacy)> uncheck - Auto-update to beta versions tells Torrent to inform the user about beta releaseswhen automatic updates is enabled. Otherwise, the user is only informed of newer stable builds.(always use only stable version)

    This is the "Advanced Preferences" screen, which is shown by clicking "Advanced" on theleft of the Preferences window.

    WARNING: Unless you fully understand the consequences of changing an advanced setting, you shouldnot modify it without guidance.

    > bt.allow_same_ip: Enabling this option allows multiple incoming connections from the same IPaddress. This option affects a single torrent job at a time, so you can still have the same IP addressconnect to you on different torrent swarms. It is recommended that this option be left disabled, as itweakens the anti-leech protection.> bt.auto_ul_factor: This option sets the portion of the largest reading to use for throttling. It isinterpreted as a percentage, so please enter it as such.> bt.auto_ul_interval: This option controls how often Torrent tests the upload rate for setting theupload rate limit automatically. Every time this interval passes, Torrent disables the upload rate limitand lets it run while sampling the rate. This option is interpreted in seconds, so please enter it as such.> bt.auto_ul_min: This option determines the smallest upload rate Torrent will use while inauto-uplink throttling mode. If the sampled average is less than this value, Torrent ignores thesampled average and uses this value instead. This value is interpreted in bytes per second, so pleaseenter it as such. Note that if this value is too low, the automatic upload rate limiter might possibly setthe upload rate to a level low enough to trigger Download Limited mode.> bt.auto_ul_sample_average: This option sets how many seconds to average the amount of uploadeddata over (sliding window).> bt.auto_ul_sample_window: This option controls how long each sampling run will take. It isinterpreted in seconds, so please enter it as such.> bt.ban_ratio: The lowest acceptable ratio of good to bad pieces a peer can send before it getsbanned. This takes effect after bt.ban_threshold is exceeded and bt.use_ban_ratio is enabled.> bt.ban_threshold: This option specifies the maximum number of hashfailed pieces any single peercan send before Torrent takes action against it (either banning it outright, or enforcing bt.ban_ratio ifbt.use_ban_ratio is enabled).> bt.compact_allocation: Do not use this option, it is not working properly. You will have errors if youdo. Use diskio.sparse_files instead. Enabling this option allows Torrent to create files in a mannersimilar to the Python scripting language's method for allocating files in order to save space whiledownloading. Note that enabling this option potentially leads to increased disk fragmentation. Do notuse this option with diskio.use_partfile. Also, it cannot be used if you tell Torrent to pre-allocate diskspace.> bt.connect_speed: This option specifies the number of connections Torrent should make eachsecond up to the net.max_halfopen limit.> bt.enable_tracker: Enabling this option enables the rudimentary tracker embedded in Torrent. Ifyou wish to use this tracker, the URL is located at http://IP ort/announce, where IP is your WAN IPaddress, and port is the port Torrent is listening on (or the alternative listening port if set andenabled). If you use a dynamic DNS service, your domain may be used instead of your IP address. Theembedded tracker allows tracking of external .torrent files, and provides no way to limit them. There isno interface for viewing the .torrent files that are tracked. It is imperative that Torrent is able tolisten for incoming connections for this feature to work properly, so you have to make sure you havecompletely forwarded your ports in order to use the embedded tracker.> bt.graceful_shutdown: If enabled, Torrent will take as long as it needs to finish its shutdownsequence (writing in-progress pieces to disk, deleting files in deletion queue, and waiting for trackerreplies to stop messages -- among other things). That means that even if it takes several minutes toshutdown gracefully, it will wait for that long, and the process will remain in memory until then. Ifdisabled, Torrent will limit how long it waits to to 10 seconds, and regardless of the state of theshutdown sequence, Torrent will force itself to exit.> bt.multiscrape: Enabling this option allows Torrent to send multiple hashes each time it scrapes a

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  • tracker, which is more efficient than sending one hash at a time. In most circumstances, this optionshould not need to be disabled, as Torrent will fall back to single scraping if it detects that the trackerdoes not support multi-scraping.> bt.no_connect_to_services: This option tells Torrent not to connect to peers using ports specified in"bt.no_connect_to_services_list" as their listening ports. This stops firewalls from complaining aboutTorrent trying to send an e-mail.> bt.no_connect_to_services_list: This option specifies which ports Torrent should not connect towhen "bt.no_connect_to_services" is enabled.> bt.prio_first_last_piece: Enabling this option prioritizes the first and last pieces of each file in atorrent job, increasing the chances that they can be previewed before download completion.> bt.scrape_stopped: Enabling this option allows Torrent to get seed and peer counts for torrent jobsthat are stopped.> bt.send_have_to_seed: Enabling this option tells Torrent to send a message to other seedsindicating how many pieces you currently have.> bt.set_sockbuf: This debugging option allows Torrent to automatically detect the TCP buffer size(so_sndbuf) and adjust it based on your upload speed. It does not adjust based on latency.> bt.use_ban_ratio: This option tells Torrent to use bt.ban_ratio to decide when a peer gets bannedafter it has exceeded bt.ban_threshold.> bt.use_rangeblock: When enabled, Torrent will automatically attempt to determine whether anentire range of IP addresses should be banned for sending hashfailed pieces rather than banningindividual IPs one at a time. When Torrent bans 4 IPs from the same /24 CIDR block, it will ban theentire /24 CIDR block. When Torrent bans 4 CIDR blocks of size /24 from the same /16 CIDR block, itwill ban the entire /16 CIDR block. When Torrent bans 4 CIDR blocks of size /16 from the same /8CIDR block, it will ban the entire /8 CIDR block.> dht.rate: This option specifies the amount of bandwidth that DHT will use. The default value, -1, tellsTorrent to manage the bandwidth usage automatically based on your maximum upload rate. Theautomatic value is obtained by dividing your maximum upload by 16. This value is interpreted in bytesper second, so please enter it as such.> diskio.coalesce_writes: This option tells Torrent to try to minimize the number of writes to disk bywriting more data at once. It doesn't have any effect on download speeds, but might increase memoryand CPU usage to achieve less disk writes.> diskio.flush_files: Enabling this option closes file handles every minute. It helps to reduce the effectof Windows managing the system cache badly for some people and causing so-called "memory leaks."> diskio.smart_hash: This option makes Torrent hash data from memory (if in the write queue)instead of flushing to disk, re-reading from disk, and then hashing. This should help reduce hard diskreads, especially when transferring at high speeds.> diskio.sparse_files: Enabling this option allocates only the data that has been written. It works onlyon partitions that are formatted as NTFS. Note that enabling this option potentially leads to increaseddisk fragmentation. Also, it cannot be used if you tell Torrent to pre-allocate disk space.

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    > diskio.use_partfile: This option is used to store data that is downloaded from files that you toldTorrent to skip. This is necessary to prevent the file from being allocated. It stores the parts of theskipped files that come with a piece, since Torrent must download and save the entire piece, and eachpiece can contain data from multiple files. The partfile is removed when you remove the torrent jobfrom the torrent job list.> gui.addpre_uselistview: Enabling this option tells Torrent to disable the treeview in the Add NewTorrent dialog, and use a flat listview instead.> gui.bypass_search_redirect: Enabling this option tells Torrent to search directly on the selectedsearch engine rather than being redirected through http://search.utorrent.com.> gui.compat_diropen: If you experience abnormal behaviors while browsing directories in Torrent,such as a blank browsing dialog, try enabling this option.

    > gui.default_del_action: This option tells Torrent how it should remove torrent jobs when pressingthe Remove button in the toolbar or Delete on your keyboard. Note that any value above 3 will causethe "Remove" button in the toolbar and the Delete button on your keyboard to do nothing in Torrent.To be safer, you'd best be setting this option in the GUI through the toolbar method.0 means "Remove"1 means "Remove and delete .torrent"2 means "Remove and delete Data"3 means "Remove and delete .torrent + Data"> gui.delete_to_trash: Enabling this option tells Torrent to attempt to delete files to the Recycle Binrather than directly erasing them from the disk. It is easier to set this option in the GUI through thetoolbar method.> gui.update_rate: This option controls the amount of time between each update of the Torrent mainwindow. The higher it is, the less frequently Torrent updates the main window, meaning that if you

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  • select 1000, the information displayed on the main window is at most 1000 milliseconds (1 second)old. For users of slower computers, you might want to increase this number to decrease resourceusage when the main window is displayed. Any value below 500 will be ignored, and 500 will be usedinstead.> ipfilter.enable: This option, when enabled, tells Torrent to load ipfilter.dat and apply the rules onconnections established after it is loaded. Note that disabling and re-enabling this option will forceTorrent to reload ipfilter.dat.> net.bind_ip: If your computer setup requires that you use a specific LAN adapter for incomingconnections, you may specify that adapter's IP address here.> net.low_cpu: Enabling this option reduces CPU usage slightly. You may achieve faster speeds withthis option disabled. In general, this option is useless for most people unless they have extremely fastconnections.> net.max_halfopen: This option specifies how many connections Torrent should attempt toestablish simultaneously at any given time. On systems running Windows XP with Service Pack 2(SP2), if your TCPIP.sys file is unpatched, you should leave this option at its default value. (Go to thissite: www.LvlLord.de - Tipps, Tricks & Utilities - News to get the patch utility than set the halfopenconnection to a higher value for ex. 50)> net.outgoing_ip: If your computer setup requires that you use a specific LAN adapter for outgoingconnections, you may specify that adapter's IP address here. Note that Windows will sometimes ignorethis setting and use other adapters. There is no known fix for this.> net.outgoing_max_port: This sets the upper limit for the outgoing port range. If this option is set tosome invalid port number or some value less than "net.outgoing_port," it gets ignored, and only"net.outgoing_port" gets looked at (meaning the outgoing port "range" will actually be a singleoutgoing port).> net.outgoing_port: This option specifies the port that Torrent should use to make outgoingconnections. Normally, Torrent selects a port from the ephemeral port range (between 1024 and5000 by default on Windows) at random. "This can be used with full cone NAT routers to reduce thenumber of NAT table entries and thus prevent cashes on some router models. When the outgoing portis bound to the same as the incoming port that might even solve NAT problems on full cone NATrouters" (AzureusWiki). This option only works on Windows 2000 and above. This option is ignored if itis not a valid port number.> net.wsaevents: This option is used for tweaking if you are experiencing odd firewall issues. Decreasethe value one by one to see if it helps.> peer.disconnect_inactive: Enabling this option tells Torrent to disconnect from a peer that is nottransferring with you after 5 minutes of inactivity. The time limit can be set usingpeer.disconnect_inactive_interval.> peer.disconnect_inactive_interval: This option sets the amount of time Torrent should waitbefore breaking an inactive connection. This value is interpreted in seconds, so please enter it as such.Any value below 300 will be ignored, and 300 will be used instead. (set up to 600 - this setting canhelp stabilize your connection.)> peer.lazy_bitfield: Some ISPs block seeding by looking for the complete bitfield and closing theconnection. When enabled, Torrent does not send the complete bitfield, but a sample of it, so as toprevent blocking of seeding.> peer.resolve_country: Enabling this option tells Torrent to use an Internet database of IP addresses(a DNSBL) to determine a peer's country. Even if the settings directory contains flags.conf andflags.bmp, this option will take precedence, and the internal flag images will be used instead.> queue.dont_count_slow_dl: Enabling this option tells Torrent to ignore slow downloading torrentjobs as part of the queue. If a torrent job is downloading at less than 1 KiB/s, it will not prevent thenext item in the queue from starting.> queue.dont_count_slow_ul: Enabling this option tells Torrent to ignore slow uploading torrent jobsas part of the queue. If a torrent job is uploading at less than 1 KiB/s, it will not prevent the next itemin the queue from starting.> queue.prio_no_seeds: Enabling this option gives torrent jobs without seeds higher priority whenseeding than other torrent jobs.> queue.use_seed_peer_ratio: When this option is enabled, Torrent will determine the seeding queueorder based on the ratio of the number of seeds to the number of peers connected in the swarm. Thelower the seed eer ratio is for a torrent job, the higher priority it will be given in the seeding queue.If a torrent job has 0 peers and queue.dont_count_slow_ul is disabled, it will be given the lowestpriority. Otherwise, if the aforementioned option is enabled, the torrent job is treated as if there is 1peer in the swarm.> rss.start_matches: Enabling this option tells Torrent to override the Don't start the downloadautomatically option for torrent jobs added by RSS favorites.> rss.update_interval: This option sets the length of time Torrent should wait before it checks theRSS feeds again. This value is interpreted in minutes, so please enter it as such. Any value below 5will be ignored, and 5 will be used instead.

    This is the "Disk Cache Preferences" screen, which is shown by clicking "Advanced > DiskCache" on the left of the Preferences window.

    The default settings are best left alone unless you are noticing issues.

    [*] Disk Cache

    > Override automatic cache size and specify the size manually allows you to set a new

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  • maximum memory usage for the disk cache. Normally, Torrent automatically adjusts the cache sizebased on your current download speed. This value is interpreted in MiB, so please enter it as such.> Reduce memory usage when cache is not needed flushes disk cache when Torrent is nottransferring data. This option should not be used if you wish to minimize disk access.

    [*] Advanced Cache Settings

    > Enable caching of disk writes allows Torrent to use the disk cache to store data in memorybefore writing it to disk. This has the effect of decreasing the frequency of writes to disk.>> Write out untouched blocks every 2 minutes makes Torrent write to disk the 16 KiB blocks ofdata in memory that haven't been touched for 2 minutes or longer and don't fill up a piece. This optionshould not be used if you wish to minimize disk access.>> Write out finished pieces immediately makes Torrent write a piece to disk once it iscompleted in memory. This option should not be used if you wish to minimize disk access.> Enable caching of disk reads allows Torrent to use the disk cache to store frequently read datainto memory from disk. This has the effect of decreasing the frequency of reads from disk.>> Turn off caching if the upload speed is slow disables the read caching if uploading is below 40KiB/s. This lowers memory usage when the cache is not needed. This option should not be used if youwish to minimize disk access.>> Remove old blocks from the cache removes chunks of read cache data from memory if theyhaven't been accessed for 10 minutes in order to make room for other data. This option should not beused if you wish to minimize disk access.>> Increase automatic cache size when cache thrashing increases the size when reading fromdisk increases (most often due to increased upload speeds). If you override the automatic cache size,this option is not needed.

    This is the "User Interface Preferences" screen, which is shown by clicking "Advanced >User Interface" on the left of the Preferences window.Tutorial alcatuit de catre freedom @docs.torrents.ro.__________________This is the end ... DIE !!!

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    [*] Actions for Double Click

    > For seeding torrents allows you to select the action that Torrent takes when you double-click aseeding torrent job on the torrent jobs list.> For downloading torrents allows you to select the action that Torrent takes when youdouble-click a downloading torrent job on the jobs list.

    [*] Speed Popup List

    > uncheck - Override automatic speed popup list allows you to define the lists of speeds that aredisplayed when right-clicking the corresponding item in the status bar on the main window. If leftunchecked, Torrent automatically generates the list in context, based on the current limit.>> Upload speed list defines the upload speed list. -1 adds a separator to the list. 0 meansUnlimited. Any other positive value is interpreted normally (as that value). Each value must beseparated with a comma. The values are interpreted in KiB/s, so please enter them as such.>> Download speed list defines the download speed list. -1 adds a separator to the list. 0 meansUnlimited. Any other positive value is interpreted normally (as that value). Each value must beseparated with a comma. The values are interpreted in KiB/s, so please enter them as such.

    [*] Persistent Labels

    > The field here allows you to specify permanent labels that remain regardless of the number oftorrent jobs there are acutally using that label. Multiple persistent labels may be entered, but must beseparated with a | (vertical pipe). Note that persistent labels are given higher priority than normallabels in the category list, so correspondingly, they are displayed above their normal counterparts.

    [*] Search Engines

    > This textarea allows you to edit the list of search engines that Torrent can use when using thebuilt-in torrent search facility. One search engine may be entered per line, and must be entered asfollows (where ?search= is arbitrary and depends on the search engine being used):Name|http://domain/path?search=> In order to add custom search engines to the list on your own, you should have some basicunderstanding of HTML.> Blank lines are displayed as separators in the search engine menu.

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  • > If you leave the entire field blank, the search widgets in the toolbar will be hidden from view.

    This is the "Web UI Preferences" screen, which is shown by clicking "Advanced > Web UI"on the left of the Preferences window.

    Enable Web Interface will enable the web interface if checked. When enabled, it is assumed thatwebui.zip is placed properly in the Torrent settings directory. If the file isn't found there and someoneattempts to access the Web UI, Torrent will simply complain about it not being found in the Loggertab, and display nothing.

    [*] Authentication

    > The Username field allows you to specify a username to log into the web interface, and is requiredin order to use the web interface.> The Password field sets the password for this username. It may be left blank if you do not wish topassword-protect the web interface.> Enable Guest account with username enables or disables the guest account, a user that can view(but not edit) the torrent jobs currently in your torrent jobs list. If enabled, a username for the guestaccount must be specified in order for it to work.

    [*] Connectivity

    > Alternative listening port, if enabled, tells Torrent to use the specified port to listen to Web UIrequests (and the internal tracker if enabled). This option is especially useful for those who randomizetheir ports each time Torrent starts. If left disabled, Torrent will serve the web interface over thesame port as its normal listening port. You must forward this port manually, even if you use UPnP toforward the normal Torrent listening port.> Restrict access to the following IPs allows you to limit the IPs that are allowed to connect to theweb interface. Multiple IPs may be specified, but they must be separated by commas. IP ranges may bespecified using CIDR notation.

    Above is a screen of my uT "main window".

    If you right-click on a torrent job, you'll see a context menu. They are described in the following list:

    > Open will attempt to open the torrent contents for the selected torrent job(s) with the associatedapplication for the file type. This will only work for single-file torrent jobs.> Open Containing Folder... opens the directory containing the torrent contents in an Explorerwindow. If the torrent job contents consist of a single file, that file will be highlighted. Otherwise, thetorrent job's directory will be displayed instead.> Force Start takes the selected torrent job(s) out of queue order (makes it ignore queueing) andforces it to start immediately, even if the maximum number of active torrent jobs and/or downloadshas been reached. Forced torrent jobs will not stop even if they reach the seeding goals.> Start will start the selected torrent job(s), or add it onto the queue if the number of active torrentjobs has reached the maximum set in the Preferences.> Pause will pause the selected torrent job(s), but won't actually stop it. This tells Torrent to attemptto retain connections to peers without having to re-establish them like starting stopped torrent jobswould require. It is useful for when you need quick access to bandwidth. Realize that while Torrentwon't drop the connections on its own accord, the connection can still get dropped by the client on theother end of the connection.> Stop will stop the selected torrent job(s). All connections with peers are dropped.> Move Up will decrease the selected torrent's queue number, thus bringing it closer to the top of thequeue (meaning it will become active sooner than those with higher queue numbers). Holding Shiftwhile pressing this button will move the selected torrent job to the top of the queue. Note that thisbutton will not visually move the torrent job up the list unless you sort the list by the "#" column.Pressing Ctrl+Alt+Up on the keyboard is equivalent to selecting this item when the torrent job isselected.> Move Down will increase the selected torrent's queue number, thus bringing it further from the topof the queue (meaning it will become active later than those with lower queue numbers). Holding Shiftwhile pressing this button will move the selected torrent job to the bottom of the queue. Note that thisbutton will not visually move the torrent job down the list unless you sort the list by the "#" column.Pressing Ctrl+Alt+Down on the keyboard is equivalent to selecting this item when the torrent job isselected.> Label allows you to set the label for any selected torrent job. All persistent labels will be listed atthe top of this submenu, and any temporary label will be displayed below the persistent label(s).>> New Label... will display a dialog asking you to enter the name of a new (temporary) label.>> Remove Label will unset the label currently placed on the selected torrent job(s).> Bandwidth Allocation is an option that makes Torrent allocate upload bandwidth to the selectedtorrent job(s) based on the option selected. This option works only if a global maximum upload rate isset, or the selected torrent job(s) each have an individual maximum upload rate set.>> High will give the selected torrent job(s) more upload bandwidth relative to other torrent jobs oflower bandwidth allocation levels (Low or Normal).

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  • >> Normal is the default bandwidth allocation given.>> Low will give the selected torrent job(s) less upload bandwidth relative to other torrent jobs ofhigher bandwidth allocation levels (Normal or High).>> Set Download Limit allows you to control the maximum download rate for the selected torrentjob(s). The values displayed depend on your settings in the preferences. If the speed popup list is notmanually overridden, then the maximum value available for selection will depend on the globalmaximum download limit.>> Set Upload Limit allows you to control the maximum upload rate for the selected torrent job(s).The values displayed depend on your settings in the preferences. If the speed popup list is notmanually overridden, then the maximum value available for selection will depend on the globalmaximum upload limit.> Remove removes the selected torrent job(s) from the list, but all related files are left intact on thedisk.> Remove And>> Delete .torrent removes the selected torrent job(s) from the list and the corresponding .torrentfile(s) from the .torrent file storage location.>> Delete .torrent + Data removes the selected torrent job(s) from the list, the corresponding.torrent file(s) from the .torrent file storage location, and all content downloaded from the torrentjob(s). This action can also be performed by pressing Shift+Delete on the keyboard.>> Delete Data removes the selected torrent job(s) from the list and all content downloaded from thetorrent job(s).

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    > Force Re-Check tells Torrent to check the torrent contents of the selected torrent job(s) formissing files and pieces that fail the hash check. Even if multiple torrent jobs are selected to bere-checked, Torrent will check them sequentially, one at a time (known as a round-robin method).Pausing a torrent job while it is being re-checked will pause the re-checking process for that torrentjob, and will move onto the next torrent job to re-check if multiple torrent jobs are selected. Anyincomplete pieces in the torrent contents will be removed during the re-checking process, so a drop inprogress percentage would not be an unlikely occurrence.

    > Advanced>> Reset Bans allows you to clear any bans Torrent has placed on peers in the selected torrentjob(s) for sending too many hashfailed pieces.>> Clear Peer List allows you to clear all peers from the peer list for the selected torrent job(s).>> Set Download Location... lets you set the location of the contents for the particular torrent ifthey are ever moved after the torrent job is added. The next time the torrent job is started, it will behash checked to verify the data integrity.>> Show Download Bar displays a floating download bar that shows quick statistics for the selectedtorrent job(s). The download bars are separate from the Torrent interface, so they can be displayedwhile the main window is minimized or closed to tray.> Update Tracker allows you to perform a manual announce on the selected torrent job(s). Do notuse this feature repeatedly in hopes that you might connect to peers more quickly, as it won't do thatfor you. Additionally (and more importantly), by hammering the tracker, you're increasing the chancethat the tracker might fail due to hammering, which only makes it worse for you in the end. In short,do not abuse this feature.> Properties... opens up the Torrent Properties dialog, where you can modify several of the torrentjob's settings.

    checked - unchecked -

    Alright.. that's all for now.. this thread will be updated.

    Credits:> you-know-who-i-am:d @docs.torrents.ro> official torrent site.> some other internet sources.

    Note:Torrent - The Lightweight and Efficient BitTorrent Client

    Torrent recommended Settings

    Options -> Preferences (CTRL+P):

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  • >Connection:- Port used for incoming connections - Choose a number between 10000 and 65000- Uncheck - Enable UPnP Port Mapping

    >Bittorrent:- Global maxim number of connections: 1000 (connection depends)- Maximum number of connected peers per torrent: 200 (connection depends)- Number of upload slots per torrent: 200 (connection depends)- Uncheck - Enable DHT Network- Uncheck - Enable DHT for new torrents- Uncheck - Enable Peer Exchange- Uncheck - Enable Local Peer Discovery- Uncheck - Limit local peer bandwidth- Outgoing: Enabled- Check - Allow incoming legacy connections

    >Advanced:-net.max_halfopen: Go to this site: www.LvlLord.de - Tipps, Tricks & Utilities - News to get the patchutility than set up the halfopen connection to a higher value for example: 50.-peer.disconnect_inactive_interval: 600

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