Version: 3.2 (using KDE 4.2.0)
Compiler: gcc 4.3.3 Arch Linux
Installed from: Unspecified Linux
We have added some of hour http mirrors (53) as webseeds to our torrent files in order to speed up the inital seeding and to prevent the torrent from dieing when users stop seeding.
If you download such a torrent with KTorrent it ignores any connection limit you have set in the options dialog and will just download from every mirror simultanesly.
This seems to produce too much overhead espeically if you have an internet connection with a small bandwidth and some (broken) network adapters or routers don't like that much cennections either.
Here are the torrents I mentioned above: http://downloads.archlinux.de/iso/2009.02/
This is not fixed yet, why are you closing this ?
Ah sorry, You are right. I just tested with latest ktorrent. The bandwidth limit is recognized but the number of parallel connections is still not limited.
Git commit b89d11079a83f25eb82ebdf2d477cda96c0df510 by Joris Guisson.
Committed on 20/04/2012 at 21:03.
Pushed by guisson into branch 'master'.
Webseeds now follow connection limits
M +1 -0 ChangeLog
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M +3 -2 src/diskio/cache.cpp
M +13 -0 src/download/webseed.cpp
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A +107 -0 src/peer/connectionlimit.cpp [License: GPL (v2+)]
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M +13 -3 src/peer/peer.cpp
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M +5 -1 src/peer/tests/CMakeLists.txt
A +137 -0 src/peer/tests/connectionlimittest.cpp [License: GPL (v2+)]