[Libtorrent-devel] Seeding over 7000 torrents
sureshkumar.pp at gmail.com
Thu Jun 3 09:16:11 UTC 2010
At Thu, 3 Jun 2010 05:04:48 +0000 (UTC),
> On 2010-04-21, Steven Adams <stevezau at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Anyone else have any suggestions??
> > When rtorrent has alot of peers connected 400+ it slows right down. The
> > server is fine as it has 4 cpus (each dual core) and alot of ram. But
> > trying to scroll through torrents etc takes ages. Sometimes it takes
> > over 5mins for it to respond to a keystroke..
> A lot of RAM is nothing comparing to 7000 torrents. If every torrent is
> about 1MB, that will be 7000MB or ~7GB. Of course your torrent cannot be
> 1MB. Most likely, every torrent is 100+MB.
> For 400 connection, if each are for different torrent, that will be
May be I don't get it completely, but why do you calculate as if the
whole torrent content is in the memory? aren't the "pieces" read as and
May be the slowness is due to io waits (disk access)?
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