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Help required: Speed schedule and tags.
#1
Hi there,

I am on OSX and I have a problem setting up a speed limit. I already came on this forum before to ask but i cannot find my previsou post, and it is a shame because the answer was there... I only remember that i needed to use tags.
Here is what i would like:
From 08:00 to 19:50 Upload Speed 10. Download Speed: 500
From 19:50 to 00:10 No upload No download
From  00:10 to 08:00 Full Speed

Thanks for your precious help.
 
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#2
OK, I did more "unfortunate digging".

I copied that into Schedule and Settings After creating the profiles Priority and NormalSpeed
Code:
enable=yes
daily NormalSpeed from 08:30 to 19:50
daily Priority from 00:30 to 7:00
daily pause_all from 19:51 to 00:30

But i remember why i also needed the tags. Because sometime, whenever i want, i need a fast priority download...

Please help

Thanks
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#3
http://wiki.vuze.com/w/Speed_Limit_Sched...y_Torrents  ?
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#4
Hello,

I am still here and I reinstalled OSX but I lost my settings. I did read again the wiki that you wrote for me parg, but it is not working the way i want.

Here is my speed limit and schedule settings :
Code:
enable=yes

daily limited from 08:00 to 20:00
daily pause_all from 20:00 to 24:00
daily Unlimited from 00:00 to 08:00

Here is the Unlimited profile
Code:
Global Limits
    Up=Unlimited
    Down=Unlimited

Download Limits
    None

Category Limits
    None

Tag Limits
    Manual - Untagged: Up=5.0 kB/s, Down=900.0 kB/s
    ----
    Total=1 - Compounded limits: Up=5.0 kB/s, Down=900.0 kB/s


Code:
Global Limits
    Up=Unlimited
    Down=Unlimited

Download Limits
    None

Category Limits
    None

Tag Limits
    Manual - Untagged: Up=5.0 kB/s, Down=500.0 kB/s
    ----
    Total=1 - Compounded limits: Up=5.0 kB/s, Down=500.0 kB/s


But when i tag a torrent in PRIORITY, then it is still stoped between 8:00 and 24:00
Please explain how to solve that. Thanks
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#5
The 'pause_all' rule will act on all torrents regardless of any tag settings - are you sure that you used this before or have you never had this working?

I might be able to get a way for this to work by extending the tag constraints to allow auto-assignment based on time-of-day and by adding 'pause' and 'resume' actions to the 'execute on assign' property
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#6
B18 will support execute-on-assign actions of 'pause' and 'resume' and the tag constraint language has been extended to include a variable 'hour_of_day' (along with 'min_of_hour and 'day_of_week'.

So you can implement pause/resume actions by creating two new tags called, say, 'AutoPause' and 'AutoResume' and setting their constraints to something like:

AutoPause: isGE( hour_of_day, 20 ) && isLE( hour_of_day, 23 ) && !hasTag( "Priority" )
AutoResume:isLT( hour_of_day, 20 ) && !hasTag( "Priority" )

and then right-click on AutoPause and set the 'action on assign' to 'pause', right-click on AutoResume and set the 'action on assign' to 'resume'
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