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[Mldonkey-bugs] [ 101360 ] 'priority ' command

From: nobody
Subject: [Mldonkey-bugs] [ 101360 ] 'priority ' command
Date: Sun, 06 Oct 2002 01:21:29 -0400

Support Request #101360, was updated on 2002-Oct-06 02:14
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Status: Open
Priority: 5
Summary: 'priority ' command

By: mldonkey
Date: 2002-Oct-06 05:18
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When you limit mldonkey bandwidth to nBps bytes per 
seconds, each connection ready to receive data is 
allowed to read nBps/nrcs (number of ready 
connections). With priorities, a connection is allowed 
to read more if it downloads a priviledged file. 

Since edonkey connections already have a bandwidth 
power of 5 (they can read 5 times more than other 
connections), the connection can read:

(5+priority) * (nBps/nRcs)

- priorities should always be positive (default is 0)
- you can set it to 30 for example
- it has just been added, not tested a lot


By: alfred_mutiso
Date: 2002-Oct-06 02:14
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Ok, I may be just dumb or I may not be looking hard 
enoughm but I cannot find any help on the 
new 'priority' command in  Release 1.99 beta 8 + 5 
(2002-10-05).  I don't want to meddle with it until I 
know how to use it right.  In particular, I'm confused 
about the first argument:

priority <priority> <files numbers>
what are the possible and accepted values for 
<priority>?  What's the default value for any one 
download?  Please help.

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