[BitTorrent] Some complement about Tracker-tracker communication
Harold Feit - Depthstrike.com Administrator
dwknight at depthstrike.com
Mon Feb 21 11:02:46 EST 2005
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Half-closed connections don't take up any bandwidth. That's the
I haven't run a windows tracker in ages, but on linux it seems that
for every established connection there are upwards of 30 half-closed
connections. I'm not sure how windows handles that many, but it
doesn't seem to like them that much (but I may have missed a reg
There's no RUSH for compact support with IPv6 peers at this time. It
wouldn't hurt to implement a compact for IPv6 at this time, but the
no_peer_id extension should be enough to hold us over until the IPv6
compact extension is ready (because of the low number of users that
actually use IPv6 compared to the current IPv4).
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From: Justin Cormack [mailto:justin at street-vision.com]
Sent: Monday, February 21, 2005 11:24 AM
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Subject: Re: [BitTorrent] Some complement about Tracker-tracker
Well it sounds like less of an issue given what you say, if the
is just not to use Windows for your tracker if you want to scale.
How many half closed connections is that roughly? Could probably make
an estimate from the bandwidth I suppose.
UDP ought to scale a bit better, although if there is a lot of packet
loss this could end up not being the case. Especially as tcp send is
very efficient, and they are small messages unlikely to be fragmented
anyway, may not make much difference under a good implementation.
> When I hit the 10,000 peer limit of Windows, the bandwidth used
> (pre-compact implementation on my tracker) was less than
Thats very little bandwidth
So compact really doesnt save much, no point in trying to introduce
a compact for for ipv6 as some have suggested.
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