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and torrent files are very tiny too so downloads will be very quick.

Speaking of torrents would it be possible to setup magnetic URI's or what
ever they are called so that a user can have the torrent open directly in
the torrent client with out the need to download the torrent file?

On Tue, Apr 2, 2013 at 7:39 PM, Christian Lohmaier <> wrote:

HI Jonathan, *,

On Tue, Apr 2, 2013 at 5:57 PM, Jonathan Aquilina
<> wrote:
Florian that is why i suggested a seed box and they are not that

A seedbox is pointless. As we have our own servers that are neither at
their bandwidth nor at the storage limit.
So if not on bilbo itself, we could still use one of our other
servers, no need for an additional seedbox.

But using another server is pointless from my POV, as we'd duplicate
our whole mirroring. That of course can be done on purpose, but then
not just for the torrents, but rather to provide a full regular mirror
with torrent-seed functionality.

My point is that it doesn't impact the webserver or other setup, both
client as well as tracker are self-contained, they don't add any
significant amount of load, so personally I don't see a reason to
separate it from the master-mirror.
(but if we'd setup another mirror within our own infrastructure
besides the main-mirror, i.e. have
and - then it doesn't matter where
the torrent setup resides, it can be on the "slave" duplicate and
doesn't have to be on the "master" one.)


Jonathan Aquilina

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