Problems throttling torrent uploads
September 16, 2004 12:17 PM   Subscribe

Tomato Torrent 1.0(v11) on OSX 10.3 - Why does torrent upload bandwidth go to zero anytime I enter any maximum upload limit? I've tried 8K/sec and 80K/sec and the upload just dies, goes to 0.0K/sec. As soon as I re-enter "0" or "no limit," upload resumes. I'd like to be able to throttle my uploads without killing them.
posted by scarabic to Technology (4 answers total)
 
I use Azureus; it lets me specify a global upload cap. Runs great - I've had it up and going for 2+ weeks at a time, both seeding and downloading.
posted by mrbill at 2:32 PM on September 16, 2004


Sounds like a bug in Tomato. I like Azureus quite a bit more -- I tried out Tomato when it was mentioned in some other thread, but it didn't seem too featureful -- and this feature works fine there. I set an upload rate limit for all torrents, currently 66K/s, and it just works.
posted by majick at 6:32 PM on September 16, 2004


Even though it displays the upload rate in kB/s you have to enter the rate in B/s, i.e. you have to enter 8192, not 8, to get 8 kB/s upload.
posted by boaz at 7:04 PM on September 16, 2004


WOOO! looky that! Who woulda thunk *bytes?*

I may actually give Azureus a try, but boaz totally wins. Thanks!
posted by scarabic at 7:55 PM on September 16, 2004


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