Eastern Alps Scenery Torrent download

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Postby Vertigo » Fri Mar 10, 2006 12:14 am

oh well, its working now. 2 peers connected, downloading the file at decent speeds. As they download, they will automatically start uploading the file too, increasing the speed for everyone.

If you're done downloading, please keep your BT program running to seed the files to others.
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Postby I3uchi » Fri Mar 10, 2006 12:15 am

Yes of course. But i'm just angry about the lost 100MB :twisted:

Hm, what could i make at the ten hours which i have to wait? i know! i will sleep :-) Good night

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Postby Vertigo » Fri Mar 10, 2006 12:32 am

I've zipped the file, as Azureus wasn't too happy seeding a .EXE. Thats why your 100Mbs are "useless" (different file, different hash).
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Postby Modelar » Fri Mar 10, 2006 12:34 am

Hi guys

I am very sorry but tracker went down and you two lost connection.
Now it seems to work again. I am seeding it at full speed (2 mb/s) right now.

Try again with that speed you'll have it in no time :)


Regards KB

P.S. Please leave your client running, so that others could download too.
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Postby Vertigo » Fri Mar 10, 2006 12:47 am

Modelar wrote:Hi guys

I am very sorry but tracker went down and you two lost connection.
Now it seems to work again. I am seeding it at full speed (2 mb/s) right now.

Try again with that speed you'll have it in no time :)


Regards KB

P.S. Please leave your client running, so that others could download too.


Still not working :(
My I suggest you download my torrent tracker instead (and then seed it ) ?
I will move this tracker to LLC website once I get the green light from the SysIT guys. until then it should be up 24/7 but not terribly fast.
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Postby cruiser » Fri Mar 10, 2006 12:55 am

My torrent is up also and will stay up until morning. Only 256kBit upload, but better something then nothing :wink:

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Postby Vertigo » Fri Mar 10, 2006 12:59 am

cruiser wrote:My torrent is up also and will stay up until morning. Only 256kBit upload, but better something then nothing :wink:


Another one ? The less trackers we have, the more leechers and seeders we''ll have, and therefore, the best speed... I dont care which tracker we use, as long as it works, unlike Modelar's..
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Postby Modelar » Fri Mar 10, 2006 1:17 am

I am now dl/ul from you Vertigo. I'll leave it on 10/2 mbs link.
It was that inferno.demonoid.com:3389/announce and it worked fro two days and now is down, sorry guys :(
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Postby thermal » Fri Mar 10, 2006 1:24 pm

To help speed up the spreading of the 254MB EasternAlps, I connected an Azureus 2.4 Torrent Server to Vertigo's Tracker.
Max. Upload 512Kb/s, unlimited traffic.
Download Vertigo's Torrent file listed above and go ahead.
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Postby Vertigo » Fri Mar 10, 2006 1:29 pm

looks like LLC server will also join the swarm. Thanks to SysIT

Is there a way to move the tracker from one machine to another, without breaking the swarm ? If necessary, I can change the domain name alias to link to the LLC server rather than to my home machine, so that should work, but I'd rather not if there is another way.
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Postby thermal » Fri Mar 10, 2006 1:56 pm

@Vertigo

I'm afraid that whatever you try, you always disrupt the swarm... for some.
The tracker info is embedded in the .Torrent file and not all clients support Multi-Tracker info either.
Maybe it's best to have SysIt download your file and let them publish a new .torrent file on the LLC Server quickly while it is not busy yet.
At the moment I see 4 seeders and 0 downloaders.
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Postby Vertigo » Fri Mar 10, 2006 2:16 pm

I'll leave the tracker on my machine then, and add the LLC server to the swarm. Once the next version of the scenery is released, I'll host the tracker on LLC server then.
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Postby GregNuspel » Fri Mar 10, 2006 3:46 pm

If I have the file how can I set up sharing of it on your torrent?
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Postby thermal » Fri Mar 10, 2006 5:03 pm

Hi Greg,

If you use a Torrent client to download Vertigo's file, just leave your client running and it will automatically "seed" the developing "swarm".
When you have already downloaded EasternAlps from a different source, the chance of success to connect that file to the swarm are ... not good.

Unfortunately, manipulating Torrents, Trackers, Hash tables etc. is a special line of sport and for that reason I suggest we keep it this simple, to avoid corruption of the spreading scenery.
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Postby Vertigo » Fri Mar 10, 2006 10:42 pm

Whomever is downloading it now, doesn't have his firewall configured properly. If you are seeing only ~5Kb/s, you have a NAT problem. Make sure to open and forward TCP ports 6881 to 6999.
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