Beatmap-Torrents

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freakkater
Salamat
Wowowow 1-330?? Thanks for doing that.
chong601

freakkater wrote:

Torrent:
osu! Beatmap Packs 0001-0330.rar.torrent

Magnet:
osu! Beatmap Packs 0001-0330.rar
need more disk space on my VPS D:
EDIT: i think i gonna pass :(
ThePooN
downloading and seeding with my seedbox all beatmap packs listed on your 1st post!
Topic Starter
freakkater
Domo arigato! Many Thanks! ~love to all seeders~
Klockwerk
Downloading and seeding myself, just wanted to say thanks so much!
chong601




MOAR LEECHERS PLES
chong601
VPS shutted down till Sep 3 for routine management
Topic Starter
freakkater

chong601 wrote:

VPS shutted down till Sep 3 for routine management
oh well then see you back in list on 3rd sep.!
chong601

freakkater wrote:

chong601 wrote:

VPS shutted down till Sep 3 for routine management
oh well then see you back in list on 3rd sep.!
well horribad news... the VPS that i am currently using having some really bad DDoS recently... instead of routine maintainance, i will perform server migration from Chicago to LA... should be done in 200-600 minutes according to the provider atm... (and some performance tweaks to make the server more responsive to really high upload speed in excess of 20 MB/s since there's some VPS/seedbox with that speed around these days though)

EDIT: have been completely migrated my VPS to another location... the hostname for FTP still remains the same (ftp://chong601.no-ip.org) but the IP has been changed to ftp://64.94.100.118
benjanyan

chong601 wrote:

VPS shutted down till Sep 3 for routine management
Dese Windoze guise :P

Good luck.
chong601
UPDATE: Server is back up.
Changes:
  1. Changed location to LA
  2. Changed utorrent version to 2.2.1 (screw 3.4.2 they are pure crap)
  3. Some hard disk improvements (we have SSD in place)
Imperf3kt
I'll help :P
Server located in NetherLands


I'll leave everything I grab on there, pretty much until I decide to let the box expire.

Edit: Or rather, I would --- IF I could actually get the .torrent or the magnet link...
chong601

Imperf3kt wrote:

I'll help :P
Server located in NetherLands


I'll leave everything I grab on there, pretty much until I decide to let the box expire.

Edit: Or rather, I would --- IF I could actually get the .torrent or the magnet link...

(Download speed is usually 900 Mbps but limited to 300 Mbps due to hard disk speed limitation)
chong601
Since the beatmap-torrents are now well-seeded... i have stopped all seeding and now focusing on 1-330 extreme big packs till it have 100 seeds...
(I will seed back small torrents after i have done seeding packs 1-330
Topic Starter
freakkater
:idea::arrow:Website of me now has all .torrent files and magnet links checked and working!
http://kater.selfhost.me/osutor.php
chong601

freakkater wrote:

:idea: :arrow:Website of me now has all .torrent files and magnet links checked and working!
http://kater.selfhost.me/osutor.php
YAY :D
OT: more seeders for the extremely large beatmap torrents please....
electrolytes
Once beatmap pack #370 comes out could you make a new torrent for 1-370, containing the original beatmap packs, and not a repackage into one file?

I know there's good intentions behind the 1-330, but packaging into one file is just a really awful idea for many reasons:
  1. It cuts your seeding pool in two. People using the old torrents can't seed from their files: they have to redownload everything again.
  2. People that downloaded from the site can't seed from those either.
  3. It wastes space when extracting, especially if it's a .rar just containing more .rar files.
  4. Users can't do anything until they have the whole huge file.
  5. Users can't set priority on packs they want sooner than others.
  6. Users can't select individual packs to download and seed, if they just want a few of them. This is especially important for people with bandwidth caps.
  7. Really, torrents are made to support multiple files, letting users select which they want to download and seed. This single file torrent is a huge step backwards and hurts both seeders and leechers in terms of availability, bandwidth, disk space, and downloading options.

If you switch to a single unified torrent, it'll eliminate the need for both the single file 1-330, and all the individual torrents for 1-100, 101-200, etc. You'll have all your seeders in one place, and users will be able to choose which packs they want to download and seed from in their own client.
chong601

electrolytes wrote:

Once beatmap pack #370 comes out could you make a new torrent for 1-370, containing the original beatmap packs, and not a repackage into one file?

I know there's good intentions behind the 1-330, but packaging into one file is just a really awful idea for many reasons:
  1. It cuts your seeding pool in two. People using the old torrents can't seed from their files: they have to redownload everything again.
  2. People that downloaded from the site can't seed from those either.
  3. It wastes space when extracting, especially if it's a .rar just containing more .rar files.
  4. Users can't do anything until they have the whole huge file.
  5. Users can't set priority on packs they want sooner than others.
  6. Users can't select individual packs to download and seed, if they just want a few of them. This is especially important for people with bandwidth caps.
  7. Really, torrents are made to support multiple files, letting users select which they want to download and seed. This single file torrent is a huge step backwards and hurts both seeders and leechers in terms of availability, bandwidth, disk space, and downloading options.

If you switch to a single unified torrent, it'll eliminate the need for both the single file 1-330, and all the individual torrents for 1-100, 101-200, etc. You'll have all your seeders in one place, and users will be able to choose which packs they want to download and seed from in their own client.
I am actually preparing to do this which i plan for this style because i only get big beatmap packs first then smal packs thereafter:
1-100
101-200
201-300
301-310
311-320
321-330
331-340
341-350
351-360
361-370
(This will change when the 301-400 packs are available when all small beatmap packs will be consolidated into one big pack to make file management easier)

The reason I did not download small beatmap packs from 1-300 is because if i chose small packs, I can't seed big beatmap packs as big beatmap packs only have one folder and all 100 packs are in it. If i pack the torrent with big beatmap packs, others can point the small beatmap packs to the big packs in which when they do torrent recheck, i will check those files that are in it and ignores other files unrelated to the torrent.

Yeah the one big chunk of .rar files messed up my hard disk fragmentation due to the way I set my utorrent to use sparse files which makes a high fragmentation issue every time i downloaded the torrent (in which some seeders might experience a few upload influx due to me attempting to make defragmentation easier) and most of those seedbox and VDS/VPS user which i use have size limitations on their hard disk in which if we use these beatmap packs, it will be easier on our side too :)
-[ Kami ]-

chong601 wrote:

electrolytes wrote:

Once beatmap pack #370 comes out could you make a new torrent for 1-370, containing the original beatmap packs, and not a repackage into one file?

I know there's good intentions behind the 1-330, but packaging into one file is just a really awful idea for many reasons:
  1. It cuts your seeding pool in two. People using the old torrents can't seed from their files: they have to redownload everything again.
  2. People that downloaded from the site can't seed from those either.
  3. It wastes space when extracting, especially if it's a .rar just containing more .rar files.
  4. Users can't do anything until they have the whole huge file.
  5. Users can't set priority on packs they want sooner than others.
  6. Users can't select individual packs to download and seed, if they just want a few of them. This is especially important for people with bandwidth caps.
  7. Really, torrents are made to support multiple files, letting users select which they want to download and seed. This single file torrent is a huge step backwards and hurts both seeders and leechers in terms of availability, bandwidth, disk space, and downloading options.

If you switch to a single unified torrent, it'll eliminate the need for both the single file 1-330, and all the individual torrents for 1-100, 101-200, etc. You'll have all your seeders in one place, and users will be able to choose which packs they want to download and seed from in their own client.
I am actually preparing to do this which i plan for this style because i only get big beatmap packs first then smal packs thereafter:
1-100
101-200
201-300
301-310
311-320
321-330
331-340
341-350
351-360
361-370
(This will change when the 301-400 packs are available when all small beatmap packs will be consolidated into one big pack to make file management easier)

The reason I did not download small beatmap packs from 1-300 is because if i chose small packs, I can't seed big beatmap packs as big beatmap packs only have one folder and all 100 packs are in it. If i pack the torrent with big beatmap packs, others can point the small beatmap packs to the big packs in which when they do torrent recheck, i will check those files that are in it and ignores other files unrelated to the torrent.

Yeah the one big chunk of .rar files messed up my hard disk fragmentation due to the way I set my utorrent to use sparse files which makes a high fragmentation issue every time i downloaded the torrent (in which some seeders might experience a few upload influx due to me attempting to make defragmentation easier) and most of those seedbox and VDS/VPS user which i use have size limitations on their hard disk in which if we use these beatmap packs, it will be easier on our side too :)
I hear it looks better.
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