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[Wish List] Option to consider a total download speed threshold (or upload) when deciding to start more torrents that are queued instead of considering individual "slow torrents" #9464

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Quantum00 opened this Issue Sep 8, 2018 · 0 comments

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Quantum00 commented Sep 8, 2018

Please provide the following information

qBittorrent version and Operating System

qBittorrent v4.1.2 Windows x64

What is the problem

When using Torrent queuing with the "Do not count slow torrents in these limits", if you put a high enough download threshold (eg 4 MiB/s in my case) you can get many individual torrents starting with each having lower speed than the download threshold (thereby counting as slow torrents) but if I started each alone they go above the download threshold and not count as slow torrents. I could put a lower download threshold but that would cause fewer queued torrents to be started and not guarantee that qB would max my download speed (eg 8 MiB/s in my case)

What is the expected behavior

There should be an alternative to counting individual torrents as slow that would use a total download speed threshold (or upload) when deciding to start more torrents that are queued

Steps to reproduce

My settings are:
[checked] Torrent Queuing
Maximum active downloads: 1
Maximum active uploads: -1
Maximum active torrents: -1
[checked] Do not count slow torrents in these limits
Download rate threshold: 4000 KiB/s
Upload rate threshold: 0 KiB/s
Torrent inactivity timer: 60 sec

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