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Bug#314283: marked as forwarded (Upload limiting ratio?)

Subject: Bug#314283: marked as forwarded Upload limiting ratio?
From: Debian Bug Tracking System
Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2005 12:03:11 -0700
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has caused the Debian Bug report #314283,
regarding Upload limiting ratio?
to be marked as having been forwarded to the upstream software
author(s) Azureus Team <[email protected]>.

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Here's a wishlist item from a Debian user of Azureus, David Murn. The
feature he suggests sounds familiar to me. Has it already been
implemented, or are there any plans?


On 6/15/05, David Murn <[email protected]> wrote:
> Package: azureus
> Severity: wishlist
> Ive recently had problems while running azureus that uploads sometimes
> out-balance downloads, sometimes by as much as 5:1.  It would be nice to
> have a feature to restrict uploads on a pro-rata basis to downloads.
> As an example, one torrent Im downloading at the moment, has downloaded
> 10mb for the last 60mb it has uploaded.  Ive tried limiting upload speed,
> however when I limit to say 5k/sec (for example), my download speeds are
> lucky to get over 2k/sec.
> While I understand limiting sharing is a feature that can be abused,
> having a client that only downloads 15-20% of what it uploads makes it
> pretty much useless as a downloading client.
> Some options to fix this problem, may be preventing share ratio from
> exceeding a certain amount, or allowing a correlation between up/down
> speed limiting, ie. dont upload at 10k/sec if youre only downloading at
> 100 byte/sec. (pretty much whats happening here)
> David Murn

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