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On Sun, Jul 14, 2013 at 9:56 PM, elcico2001 एल्चिको <> wrote:
Il 14/07/2013 19:27, David Nelson ha scritto:

you don't see the torrents, but they are in that directory, they just don't
appear in the html page.

Well, technically they are not in that directory, but are generated on
request (as the regular mirrors from the requesting user's region are
added as websources)

If you want to do some seeding, here is a little "_n__ot-server-stressing_"
ready-to-use script I made myself.
Of course I assume you're on linux and you have qt-transmission installed
(otherwise change the script as needed); create your own .sh file, make it
executable... and you're done.

As most clients suitable for larger-scale seeding allow watching a
directory, just downloading the torrents to that directory probably is

cd ~
wget -r --no-parent -A.mirrorlist,torrent --limit-rate=40k --wait=20
--reject exe,asc,html,magnet $url_libo_win
sleep 1

Absolutely no need to do any recursive reading here. The name is
deterministic. Just append ".torrent" to the regular URL and you'll
get the torrent.

And when you intend to seed the torrent, there's no point in
downloading the actual file using the traditional mirrors.

So instead of trying to parse html (the download-directory listing) /
using recursive wget, just use rsync to get the listing and filter to
your liking to limit the files you want to seed.

rsync -r rsync:// | awk
'/yourfilter/{print ""; $5
",torrent"}' | xargs -r wget

instead of doing the filtering in awk, you can also use rsync's
switches. But that way you can just create the list of files with
rsync once, and then use the file as awk's input.


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