BitTorrent Queue Manager is a console-based BitTorrent client running on top of BitTornado that provides built-in queue management functions. It also provides a remote interface compatible with ABC for Web-based control. Furthermore, peer information can be queried, including country and network names, and a built-in crawler can gather new torrents on specified trackers or catalog sites for downloading automatically.
|Tags||Clustering/Distributed Networks Communications File Sharing Internet|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux OS Independent Windows|
Release Notes: This release adds an eval command and more verbose messages, allows forcing dht, fixes the --saveas option, the peer command, and the uppercase name, forces dht if the announce URL starts with udp://, handles exceptions in util functions and missing metadata on startup, renames AVSEQ??.DAT and MUSIC??.DAT, and updates ip2cc.db.
Release Notes: Handles incorrect bencoded data gracefully.
Release Notes: This version focuses on fixing race conditions, handling errors, and integrating with an external frontend. There is one change that is highly visible to users: the "resume" command now just changes any state of a given ID to "waiting" for the next scheduling. If you want to force it to run immediately, you have to use option "-f". Two commands were introduced in this version: du (disk usage) and df (disk free). These commands are to help integration with an external frontend with quota support.
Release Notes: Upgraded to BitTorrent 4.4.0. DHT is supported. ip2cc.db has been updated. Fake peer ID is allowed.
Release Notes: The default rerequest interval was increased to 20 minutes and an upgrade was made to BitTornado 0.3.9b. A low disk space check was implemented. Tables are now rendered dynamically and a table header was added. Download priorities were added in files, and --saveas and --priority commands were included. do_add() now returns an ID. Metadata can now be added directly with XMLRPC. A peers command was implemented for listing peers in a connection queue. Priorities generation grammar was added.