WebReaper Posted July 7, 2006 Report Share Posted July 7, 2006 I've got about 30 torrents loaded into uTorrent, one of which is a 10GB torrent of which I am the seed. I've got it super-seeding (sorry, 'initial seeding' ), and have it set to use the highest bandwidth allocation (everything else is set to 'low'). However, it's never getting above 12KB/s (there are 10 peers downloading).Ideally, I'd like to be able to give all my upload bandwidth to the super-seeding torrent until there's at least one other seed, at which point I then want it to drop back to 'normal' queued behaviour. At present, the only way to do this is to manually stop all my other torrents which is obviously not ideal (but having done so, I'm now uploading at 40KB/s).What would be nice would be an option either per-torrent or globally to specify that any super-seeding torrent should take all available upload bandwidth until another seed appears (at which point I presume super-seeding is switched off - I've never tried uTorrent's super-seeding so don't know whether this happens automatically ). It would be a sort of "get this torrent seeded ASAP" option, and would save me having to manually monitor the torrent and then re-start all the others when it's seeded.Possible? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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