I changed my port number to 60000 and everything is working fine, if someone could explain why the problem was happening previously and only for certain torrents , that would be great. In the image above from the middle computer is acting as a seed to provide a file to the other computers which act as peers. See if you need more specific help on that. Every comment is strictly moderated before approving it. Download Torrents with high Seeds and Peers Seed is the place where the complete torrent file is saved and serving across the web. Seeds displays the number of seeds you are connected to, and the number of seeds in the swarm in the parentheses.
This makes it easy to spot the problem files. It is very few computers are downloading that torrent, while it is serving by more people. The Grabber Having said that some torrent apps Do adjust your download according to the speed your upload i downloaded a patch once and when i restricted my upload the download slowed. The total number of peers is 29,414,471, but can vary a few million from day to day. Since this is not an ideal world and the numbers are updated infrequently you can safely ignore these.
Ultima Said: dudeboyz: All peers are seeds in the making if they're all aiming to download 100% of the data. Let's now understand the meaning of the common BitTorrent terms. You can see this in the Ratio column. Hopes this helps anyone that is still confused about the numbers. We used it to describe someone who downloads things but never uploads. For the future, you should pay attention to it.
As you can see, there are mainly violations in the download process for reasons beyond the control of the user. This torrent had 27,599 seeders and just 96 leechers. Peers who do not remove the file after downloading it becomes seeders. This is not limited to just the active Seeds and Peers. Many people including me always think why download speed for torrent files is low. The tracker itself does not have a copy of the file, it only tracks the people who have the file seeds and the people who have part of the file peers.
So if, under the seeds column, you see X Y , then what it's saying is that out of the Y number of seeds seen in the swarm, µTorrent is connected to X of them. More peers mean that there are more people who are competing for the bandwidth provided by all the seeders. Alternatively try , , , , , , ,. A P2P network can be an ad-hoc connection—a couple of computers connected via a Universal Serial Bus to transfer files. Usually, I get 50% less download speed for torrent downloads when compared to normal download speed. And yes, to the last question -- you uploaded more than you downloaded, which is good for BitTorrent. Recommended to tick Automatically Update option in uTorrent settings 2.
I need to go read up on SuperSeeding and turn on that darn Availability column in Utorrent. If it is higher than download speed in uTorrent, you can apply these changes. Instead, the files are copied from other users who have portions of the file or the entirety. In this way, much of the load of sharing the file to every peer interested in it is offloaded to the peers. One last tidbit: Trackers are Not Web Sites A tracker helps clients to connect to each other and collects data about your swarm. From the search, it looks like I'm not the only one, recently or not, to ask this question. Only 1,282 torrents are shared by more than 1,000 people, which is less than 0.
Copyright infringement is a crime punishable by law. This happens often, for example, when a file is not popular, nor does it have particles to return. To increase torrent speed always download torrents with high seeds and less Leecher. Direct connection would be faster, but I can still get the data, it will just bounce around a bit and eventually find its way to my client, is that right? Sometimes it happens that the torrent, which, it seems, would have to start downloading, for some reason, does not want to load at all for a long time. When seeding, this should be 0 because people with 100% of the file don't need the file anymore.
If a user starts sharing a file that he already has, and downloads what other users have already uploaded or are in the process of uploading a torrent file, he becomes a leecher. Generally, the more people who seed a file the faster it downloads. Seed: A Seed is someone who already has the complete file but is still sharing. This week BitTorrent celebrated its 12th anniversary which prompted us to take a detailed look at the current state of the world s most popular file-sharing landscape. Leechers are those who are downloading and uploading at the same time.