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Trackers

From here you can see and manage the trackers assigned to the selected torrent.

Each tracker has different states:

This indicates the tracker is working.

This indicates the tracker is off-line or the torrent is stopped.

This indicates the tracker is updating.

If the tracker reports how many seeds and peers are available then this will be shown along with the time till the next announce.

Trackers are scraped for statistics periodically by Koinonein.

Clicking this will show you a menu that allows you to sort the list of trackers.

Clicking this allows you to add a new tracker to the torrent or to bulk manage the existing trackers.

At the top of the Add Tracker dialog is your list of saved trackers that you can use to add to the selected torrent.

Every time you add a new tracker to a torrent or when you add a new tracker when creating a torrent that tracker is saved to your saved tracker list.

You can merge your saved trackers to the torrent trackers and delete the saved trackers or paste a list of trackers to the saved trackers.

At the bottom of the Add Tracker dialog is the list of trackers on the selected torrent, from here you can add a new tracker or manage the existing list of trackers.

Clicking this will delete the selected tracker.

Clicking this will re-announce the torrent to the tracker.

Clicking this will scrape the tracker for updated statistics.

Clicking this will open the tracker manager.

Saved Trackers

From here you can manage your saved tracker list.

Tracker Options

From here you can control the tracker settings, the options you set here apply to all trackers on all torrents.

Apply IP filter to trackers

If checked the IP filter applies to trackers as well as peers.

Prefer UDP trackers

If checked UDP trackers are always tried before HTTP trackers.

Proxy tracker connections

If checked tracker connections are made over the configured proxy, if any.

Report redundant bytes

If checked the number of redundant bytes is sent to the tracker.

Active tracker limit

The maximum number of torrents to announce to their trackers. By default this is 360 which is no more than one announce every 5 seconds.

Minimum announce interval

This is the minimum allowed announce interval for a tracker.

This is specified in seconds and is used as a sanity check on what is returned from a tracker.

Number of peers wanted

Is the number of peers we want from each tracker request.

Stop tracker timeout

The time to wait when sending a stopped message before considering a tracker to have timed out.

Torrent connection boost

The number of peers to try to connect to immediately when the first tracker response is received for a torrent.

This is a boost to give to new torrents to accelerate them starting up.

Tracker backoff

Determines how aggressively to back off from retrying failing trackers.

This value determines x in the following formula, determining the number of seconds to wait until the next retry:

delay = 5 + 5 * x / 100 * fails^2

Tracker completion timeout

The number of seconds the tracker connection will wait from when it sent the request until it considers the tracker to have timed-out.

Tracker maximum response length

This is the maximum number of bytes in a tracker response.

If a response size passes this number of bytes it will be rejected and the connection will be closed.

Tracker receive timeout

The number of seconds to wait to receive any data from the tracker.

If no data is received for this number of seconds the tracker will be considered as having timed out.

UDP tracker token expiry

The number of seconds Koinonein will keep UDP tracker connection tokens around for.

This is specified to be 60 seconds and defaults to that.

The higher this value is the fewer packets have to be sent to the UDP tracker.

In order for higher values to work the tracker needs to be configured to match the expiration time for tokens.

From here you can see and manage the trackers assigned to the selected torrent.

Each tracker has different states:

This indicates the tracker is working.

This indicates the tracker is off-line or the torrent is stopped.

This indicates the tracker is updating.

Trackers are scraped for statistics periodically by Koinonein.

You can sort the trackers by clicking on the column headers.

To get to the tracker options right click a tracker and you’ll be shown a menu with the following options:

Clicking this allows you to add a new tracker to the torrent or to bulk manage the existing trackers.

At the top of the Add Tracker dialog is your list of saved trackers that you can use to add to the selected torrent.

Every time you add a new tracker to a torrent or when you add a new tracker when creating a torrent that tracker is saved to your saved tracker list.

You can merge your saved trackers to the torrent trackers and delete the saved trackers or paste a list of trackers to the saved trackers.

At the bottom of the Add Tracker dialog is the list of trackers on the selected torrent, from here you can add a new tracker or manage the existing list of trackers.

Clicking this will delete the selected tracker.

Clicking this will re-announce the torrent to the tracker.

Clicking this will scrape the tracker for updated statistics.

Clicking this will open the tracker manager.

Saved Trackers

From here you can manage your saved tracker list.

Tracker Options

From here you can control the tracker settings, the options you set here apply to all trackers on all torrents.

Apply IP filter to trackers

If checked the IP filter applies to trackers as well as peers.

Prefer UDP trackers

If checked UDP trackers are always tried before HTTP trackers.

Proxy tracker connections

If checked tracker connections are made over the configured proxy, if any.

Report redundant bytes

If checked the number of redundant bytes is sent to the tracker.

Active tracker limit

The maximum number of torrents to announce to their trackers. By default this is 360 which is no more than one announce every 5 seconds.

Minimum announce interval

This is the minimum allowed announce interval for a tracker.

This is specified in seconds and is used as a sanity check on what is returned from a tracker.

Number of peers wanted

Is the number of peers we want from each tracker request.

Stop tracker timeout

The time to wait when sending a stopped message before considering a tracker to have timed out.

Torrent connection boost

The number of peers to try to connect to immediately when the first tracker response is received for a torrent.

This is a boost to give to new torrents to accelerate them starting up.

Tracker backoff

Determines how aggressively to back off from retrying failing trackers.

This value determines x in the following formula, determining the number of seconds to wait until the next retry:

delay = 5 + 5 * x / 100 * fails^2

Tracker completion timeout

The number of seconds the tracker connection will wait from when it sent the request until it considers the tracker to have timed-out.

Tracker maximum response length

This is the maximum number of bytes in a tracker response.

If a response size passes this number of bytes it will be rejected and the connection will be closed.

Tracker receive timeout

The number of seconds to wait to receive any data from the tracker.

If no data is received for this number of seconds the tracker will be considered as having timed out.

UDP tracker token expiry

The number of seconds Koinonein will keep UDP tracker connection tokens around for.

This is specified to be 60 seconds and defaults to that.

The higher this value is the fewer packets have to be sent to the UDP tracker.

In order for higher values to work the tracker needs to be configured to match the expiration time for tokens.

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