player_sct wrote:New Transmission 2.0 is ready to download
* Let users specify a script to be invoked when a torrent finishes downloading
* Better support for adding per-torrent settings when adding a new torrent
* Optional pidfile support
* Option to start torrents paused
* Option to delete .torrent files from watch directory
Hello player_sct! I really Enjoyed with Transmission 2.03, thank you!
But I don`t understand how I can "specify script to be invoked when a torrent finished downloading" ?
I want to start such script when downloading of all files finished: STOP TRANSMISSION, POWER OFF USB1. The idea is to stop my HDD after finishing downloads.
But I am not sure that it is correct -how then I will start Transmission??? After I will power on my WD via remote -it will start or not (HDD and Transmission also?)
if [ -n "$PID" ]; then
echo -n "Waiting for the daemon to exit "
while [ -n "`pidof transmission-daemon`" ]; do
COUNT=$((COUNT + 1))
if [ $COUNT -gt 60 ]; then
echo -n "transmission-daemon doesn't respond, killing it with -9"
kill -9 `pidof transmission-daemon`
echo -n "."
echo " done"
if wget http://www.bluetack.co.uk/config/level1.gz 1>/dev/null 2>&1 ; then
rm -f level1 && gunzip level1.gz
echo "blocklist updated"
echo "blocklist not updated"
DJArty wrote:I think I see what the problem...
As it turned out my hard drive (with mobile rack) has a low internal rate of copying.
In MC <1Mb/s for coping file from one directory to another.
So, if my download speed more then 1Mb/s (have 100Mbit/s network and inet theoretically ) hard drive and WD is stuck.
However transmission daemon use I/O operation extremely oftentimes
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