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PostPosted: Sat Jun 02, 2012 6:28 am 
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Hi ! Sorry for the delay, I'm on a mac for transmission remote and do not have any idea on how to make a screenshot on it (!)
Anyway here is the list of the parameters in General :

Download dir : /mnt/array1/Media/Torrents (Nas configured in raid0 /Media folder does not have access restriction on WebGUI of buffalo)
Add .part extension to incomplete files = true
Directory for incomplete files = true :
/mnt/array1/Media/Torrents
Seed ratio = false (2.00)
Stop seedin when inactive for = false : (30)
Disk cache size : 1 MB (I tried with 60 like your screenshot but did not change anything)

Looking in the configuration I saw that I maid a mistake in download speed limitations (was set to 10down/100up) i change this to 100down/10up and now the download speed is not an issue anymore but can't find where the downloaded files can be !!


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 02, 2012 6:33 am 
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show me the output from

Code:
cat /root/.config/transmission-daemon/settings.json


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 02, 2012 7:17 am 
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Actually it was working from the beginning the issue was in Mac OSX which does not refresh in real time (on a ubuntu machine I saw the .part file appearing and when download is complete it changes to .* and the files are readable. Seems like on the mac I need to unmount and mount the Nas to make the new files appear. I can live with that.

Something strange is that when I make a change in configuration via WebGUI or remote (like default destination folder) if I restart the daemon it consider old parameters (I suppose settings.json is not updated). I will make changes directly in settings.json, it is not a problem as I did not plan to change parameters every day !

Is there a way to have transmission-daemon started at Nas startup ? Like I said in previous message I launch transmission with the following command line :
EVENT_NOEPOLL=1 transmission-daemon -f

I suppose -f must be removed but I need to keep EVENT_NOEPOLL=1 to prevent transmission from crashing as soon as i connect. Can I just add a line "EVENT_NOEPOLL=1 transmission-daemon" like in http://buffalo.nas-central.org/wiki/Open_Stock_Firmware#Adding_Telnet.2FSSHD_to_your_start_up_script_.28rcS.29..
Can it be added in the same place, does EVENT_NOEPOLL=1 risk to interfer with another stratup commandline ?


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PostPosted: Sat Jun 02, 2012 9:49 am 
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Same question, over and over again.
Same answer, over and over again. ;-)

Do NOT put stuff into the rcS script.
Use the "Buffalo way" and create a shell script, which is called
by rcS "automagically" via /etc/rc.d/extensions.d/.

1) Put shell script into /etc/rc.d/extensions.d.
2) Name it S99transmission.sh ("S" means startscript, "99" means start as late as possible).
3) Make it executable (use: "chmod 700 S99transmission.sh").
4) Determine via "which transmission-daemon" the FULL PATH.
5) As first line of the script, use "#!/bin/sh".
6) Add your line WITH FULL PATH of the executable as second line.

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