enderandrew wrote:totedati wrote:urrr ... man ... the best bittorrent client is AZUREUS ... period .... and with latest java jdk is blazing fast, and polished, and stable ... why you torture yourself with things of the past like μTorrent & c++ friends !?
Probably because it is Java based, and crap.
brodders wrote:BUT 1st I did a data integrity check on the seed (Ktorrent allows you to do that) - which said that 3 segments were bad. // How come md5 is OK then? // Anyhow, I re-dl'd those and left the REVISED .iso to seed out.
brodders wrote:Perhaps the ftp download from the mirror (the one with the good md5) was perfect and somehow the check data for the torrent is corrupt, resulting in some bad segments being sent all over?
That's just imagination - I do not know that - and it "should" not happen.
brodders wrote:1* my firewall has a blocked port (..no)
2* the number of uses and the data-transfers to describe each segment everyone holds - is so big that the N^2 intercommunication problem just swamps everything. I'm drowning in data management overheads
3* my ISP hates my using torrents and is gapping me (that is - - throwing in service gaps after each torrent transfer to limit the delivered bandwidth - they see me as a hog so put me on a diet)
4* my hardware is useless (? 100Mbit/sec LAN to box with x2 AMD 3.8g cores and 2 gig ram)
brodders wrote:Torrents are not good - clearly, some do well. Most do badly.
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