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## aria2 config
#
# man page = http://aria2.sourceforge.net/manual/en/html/aria2c.html
# file path = $HOME/.aria2/aria2.conf
# Download Directory: specify the directory all files will be downloaded to.
# When this directive is commented out, aria2 will download the files to the
# current directory where you execute the aria2 binary.
#dir=/some/download/
# Bit Torrent: If the speed of the incoming data (download) from other peers is
# greater then the peer-speed-limit, then do not allow any more connections
# then max-peers. The idea is to limit the amount of clients our system will
# connect with to reduce our overall load when we are already saturating our
# incoming bandwidth. Make sure to set the the peer-speed-limit to your
# preferred incoming (download) speed. Speeds are in kilobytes per second or
# megebytes per second and must be whole numbers; 5.5M is illegal but 5500K
# and 5M is valid.
bt-max-peers=55
bt-request-peer-speed-limit=5M
# Bit Torrent: the max upload speed for all torrents combined. Again, only
# whole numbers are valid. We find a global upload limit is more flexible then
# an upload limit per torrent. Zero(0) is unlimited.
max-overall-upload-limit=5M
# Bit Torrent: When downloading a torrent remove ALL trackers from the listing.
# This is a good method to only use distributed hash table (DHT) and Peer
# eXchange (PeX) on connections. We find start up of the torrent takes 20
# seconds longer with all trackers disabled, but helps reduce the load on
# trackers.
bt-exclude-tracker="*"
# Bit Torrent: ports and protocols used for bit torrent TCP and UDP
# connections. Peers use TCP. DHT and PEX as well as UDP based trackers use UDP
# and make sure the DHT server is enabled.
dht-listen-port=6881
enable-dht=true
enable-peer-exchange=true
listen-port=6881
# When running aria2 on FreeBSD with ZFS, disable disk-cache due to ZFS using
# Adaptive Replacement Cache (ARC). ZFS can also take advantage of the "sparse
# files" format which is significantly faster then pre allocation of file
# space. For other file systems like EXT4 and XFS you can test with "prealloc"
# and "falloc" to see which file-allocation allows arai2 to start quicker and
# use less disk I/O.
disk-cache=0
file-allocation=none
# Bit Torrent: fully encrypt the negotiation as well and the payload of all bit
# torrent traffic. Encryption is required and all older, non-encrypted clients
# are ignored. This may help avoid some ISPs rate limiting P2P clients, but may
# also reduce the amount of clients aria2 will talk to.
bt-min-crypto-level=arc4
bt-require-crypto=true
# Bit Torrent: timeout values for servers and clients.
bt-tracker-connect-timeout=10
bt-tracker-interval=900
bt-tracker-timeout=10
# Bit Torrent: Download the torrent file into memory (RAM) if there is no need
# to save the .torrent file itself. This option works with both magnet and
# torrent URL links.
follow-torrent=mem
# Bit Torrent: The amount of time and the upload-to-download ratio you wish to
# seed to. If either the time limit ( seconds ) or the seed ratio is reached,
# torrent seeding will stop. You can set seed-time to zero(0) to disable
# seeding completely.
seed-ratio=1.0
seed-time=900
# Bit Torrent: scripts or commands to execute before, during or after a
# download finishes.
# on-bt-download-complete=/path/to/script.sh
# on-download-complete=/path/to/script.pl
# on-download-error=/path/to/script
# on-download-pause=/path/to/script.sh
# on-download-start=/path/to/script.pl
# on-download-stop=/path/to/script
# Event Multiplexing: set polling to the OS type you are using. For FreeBSD,
# OpenBSD and NetBSD set to "kqueue". For Linux set to "epoll".
event-poll=poll
# Certificate Authority PEM : specify the full path to the OS certificate
# authority pem file to verify the peers. On FreeBSD with OpenSSL the following
# file path is valid. Without a valid pem file aria2 will print out the error,
# "[ERROR] Failed to load trusted CA certificates from no. Cause:
# error:02001002:system library:fopen:No such file or directory"
#ca-certificate=/usr/local/openssl/cert.pem
# Data Integrity: check the MD5 / SHA256 hash of metalink downloads as well as
# the hash of bit torrent chunks as our client receives them. CPU time is
# reasonably low for the high value of verified data.
check-integrity=true
realtime-chunk-checksum=true
# File Names: Resume file downloads if we have a partial copy. Do not rename
# the file or make another copy if the same file is downloaded a second time.
allow-overwrite=false
always-resume=true
auto-file-renaming=false
continue=true
remote-time=true
# User Agent: Disable the identification string of our client. If you connect
# to a server which requires a certain id string you can always add one here.
# Trackers should never use client id strings as security authentication or
# access control.
peer-id-prefix=""
user-agent=""
# Status Summery messages are disabled since the status of the download is
# updated in real time on the CLI anyways.
summary-interval=0
# FTP: use passive ftp which is firewall friendly and reuse the ftp data
# connection when asking for multiple resources from the same server for
# efficiency.
ftp-pasv=true
ftp-reuse-connection=true
# Metalink: Set the country code to make sure mirrors closest to you are used
# first. Prefer more secure https mirrors over http and ftp servers.
metalink-language=en-US
metalink-location=us
metalink-preferred-protocol=https
# Disconnect from https, http or ftps server who do not upload data to us
# faster then the specified value. Aria2 will then find another mirror in the
# metalink file which might be quicker. If there are no more mirrors left then
# the current slow mirror is still used. This value is NOT used for bit torrent
# connections though. NOTE: we hope to convince the developer to add a
# lower-speed value or even a minimal client U/D ratio to bit torrent some day
# to kick off leachers too.
lowest-speed-limit=50K
# Concurrent downloads: Set the number of different servers to download from
# concurrently; i.e. in parallel. If we are downloading a single file then
# split that file into the same amount of streams. Make sure to keep in mind
# that if the amount of parallel downloads times the lowest-speed-limit is
# greater then your total download bandwidth then you will drop servers
# incorrectly. For example, we have ten(10) connections at a minimum of
# 50KiB/sec which equals 500KiB/sec. If our total download bandwidth is not at
# least 500KiB/sec then arai2 will think the mirrors are too slow and drop
# connection slowing down the whole download. Do not set the
# max-connection-per-server greater then one(1) as to avoid abusing a single
# server.
max-concurrent-downloads=10
max-connection-per-server=10
min-split-size=5M
split=10
# RPC Interface: To access aria2 through XML-RPC API, like using webui-aria2.
#enable-rpc
#rpc-listen-all
#rpc-user=username
#rpc-passwd=passwd
# Daemon Mode: To run aria2 in the background as a daemon. Use daemon mode to
# start aria2 on reboot or when using an RPC interface like webui-aria2.
#daemon
#
#
# Reference: the following options are commented out and the developers
# defaults are used. We kept them here for reference.
# bt-max-open-files=100
# bt-save-metadata=false
# bt-stop-timeout=0
# bt-tracker="udp://tracker.openbittorrent.com:80/announce"
check-certificate=true
conditional-get=true
# dht-entry-point="dht.transmissionbt.com:6881"
# dht-file-path=$HOME/.aria2/dht.dat
# dht-message-timeout=10
# disable-ipv6=true
http-accept-gzip=true
# log=$HOME/.aria2/aria2.log
# log-level=debug
### EOF ###
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