bcuserbc Posted September 4, 2006 Share Posted September 4, 2006 The ability to control individual torrent's upload speed is essential. I might have many running that I don't want to go over some limit each and some of them might go way up if allowed to. At the same time, I may have others that I really want to be able to go as fast as they can and I'd prefer to not have to shut down the less important ones. Even with BC's disk caching, you can reach disk I/O limits. Having the files scattered to different disks or on RAID significantly helps that problem. But not being able to control individual ones means that 0.71 is useless for me, and I'll have to stay at 0.70 until it is fixed. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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