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|Torrent||gd79-10-25.93143.aud-senn.eaton-miller.sbeok.t-flac16.torrent (click to download)|
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|Description||This is a tagged version of shnid: 93143|
October 25, 1979
New Haven Coliseum
New Haven, CT
(2)Sennheiser 441 + (1)Sennheiser 421 -> Cassette Master(Nakamichi 550) -> Dat(48k)
Dat (Sony R500) -> VXPocket v2 -> Samplitude Professional v10.1 -> FLAC
(3 Discs Audio / 2 Discs FLAC)
All Transfers and Mastering By Charlie Miller
July 24, 2008
-- Set 2 disc change is seamless
-- Recorded by Rob Eaton
-- Cassette Master digitzied by Rob Eaton
101-d1t01 - Tuning
102-d1t02 - Don't Ease Me In
103-d1t03 - Cassidy
104-d1t04 - Peggy-O
105-d1t05 - El Paso
106-d1t06 - Brown Eyed Women
107-d1t07 - It's All Over Now
108-d1t08 - Tennessee Jed
109-d1t09 - Looks Like Rain
110-d1t10 - Deal
201-d2t01 - Tuning
202-d2t02 - Shakedown Street
203-d2t03 - Passenger
204-d2t04 - Friend of the Devil
205-d3t01 - Estimated Prophet ->
206-d3t02 - Eyes of the World ->
207-d3t03 - Drums ->
208-d3t04 - Space ->
209-d3t05 - Stella Blue ->
210-d3t06 - Good Lovin'
211-d3t07 - U.S. Blues
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166:44.18 1764748860 B (totals for 21 files)
|Last seeder||Last activity 4 days, 16:04:37 ago|
|Size||1.080 GB (1159982065 Bytes)|
|Num files||24 files|
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|0 seeders, 2 leechers = 2 peers total|
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|I find this audience source superior to the Rolfe source used in Charlie Miller's sbd-aud combo (shnid=22792).
I make every effort to stay on my seeds until there are at least an equal number of seeders as leechers. Unfortunately, far too many of you jump off the seed well before that point is reached. This means that I, and others who are trying to do the right thing, are having to stay on the seed much longer so that other downloaders get reasonable speeds. I have other obligations for my bandwidth besides here at bt.etree and can not stay on a seed all day and into the night.
If you can not stay on a seed and give back what you took, or more, I request you wait at least 24 hours when the number of seeders far exceeds the number of leechers to jump on
|Interesting that bt.etree doesn't seem to have a way to monitor one's share ratio. it would be a reality check for many of us.
|Hey Germain. My question is simple - how many torrents can someone leave open at a time. I generally leave every window open for at least 24 hours and will not close a torrent as long as there is one person downloading or my upload reads 0.00. I will continue an active torrent indefinately. Still, my wife and daughters complain that our computer runs too slow with torrents running so I try to limit it to 4 at a time.
I hate to sound greedy, but with Phish finishing up a tour, Panic in the middle of one, Furthur starting up, and the generosity of folks like you, it seems that there are about 10 shows a day that I want to grab. The fact that there are multiple sources for most shows adds on to this. I could be more patient but after a torrent has been posted for a week or so, it's pretty much hit and miss as too whether or not someone will have it open.
So I ask this here, with absolute sincerity. I'm sure many, if not most, folks have the same questions. Your input would be greatly appreciated - I wanna do my part. Thanks guys. Thomas in SC.
|Tommie01, there is no one size fits all answer to your question. A lot depends on the upload bandwidth your ISP gives you. You don't want to spread your bandwidth too thin between torrents. Otherwise when someone jumps on a torrent you have open, you might not be able to offer much bandwidth.
When I seed new torrents, I pause all other torrents I have open and throw all my bandwidth into those torrents. I will keep just those new torrents open until there are more seeders than leechers. In an ideal world, people downloading a new torrent would stay on the seed until they had given back at least as much as they took and/or until the number of seeders was well in excess of the number of leechers. Probably they should pause all their other open torrents until they could come off the new downloads.
When a new torrent appears that I want to download and because of other uploading obligations, I know I will not be able to throw all my bandwidth in that direction, I will hold off jumping on for a day or three. At that point most everyone who wants the show will have gotten it, but there will still be plenty of seeders holding it open. In such situation, I do not feel as obligated to hold that torrent open for an extended time after my download completes.
I use utorrent as my bt client. I set it so that the maximum number of torrents it can connect to at one time is 25. When my offering of the day has run its course, I will open up all my torrents and allow utorrent to select the torrents to seed. It does a good job of selecting the 25 torrents needing my bandwidth the most at any given time. 25 open torrents works for me because I know that will ensure each torrent will receive at least 15-20 KB/s from me. Even if I am the only seeder on a give torrent, that will allow the leecher to complete the download with 24 hours.
|Thanks Germain. I would also like to suggest maybe, an easier way to request reseeds - maybe the moderators here are looking in. I keep everything I download on external harddrives, with detailed lists (like the old days!!!), and would gladly reopen a torrent if the request page was broken down into smaller chunks - perhaps by band, date of request or original torrent. Not really sure if this would help but I'll help if someone has a better idea.
And once again, thanks for your generosity.
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