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    How to detect files that are not seeding anymore in RuTorrent?

    Hi, I deleted torrents of ruTorrent by accident but with the option to erase only the .torrent, not the content

    They were several files so I don't remember their names, This is serious since it limits my space even more and without being seeding those files

    Is there a way to know which files are the ones that are not seeding in RuTorrent?

    With the FileZilla I see all the content of the seedbox, but is there any way to detect the files that are not being shared in the seedbox?

    I will really appreciate any help

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    Quote Originally Posted by YusukeUramesh View Post
    Hi, I deleted torrents of ruTorrent by accident but with the option to erase only the .torrent, not the content

    They were several files so I don't remember their names, This is serious since it limits my space even more and without being seeding those files

    Is there a way to know which files are the ones that are not seeding in RuTorrent?

    With the FileZilla I see all the content of the seedbox, but is there any way to detect the files that are not being shared in the seedbox?

    I will really appreciate any help
    I am confused.

    If Filezilla shows 10 torrents and ruTorrent shows 7 torrents, the missing files should be the remaining 3 torrents, no?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tassadar View Post
    I am confused.

    If Filezilla shows 10 torrents and ruTorrent shows 7 torrents, the missing files should be the remaining 3 torrents, no?
    Yes, but if I have 2000 torrents and I delete 50, how do I detect those 50 between the 2000?

    What you mention only works if there are a few torrents, in my case that does not work because I don't know the name of the torrents and they are many torrents/files

    The thing is that I deleted the .torrent without the content, so those files only get in the way and I want to delete them completely, I don't even remember the names of the torrents or the trackers

    The only thing I can think about is to erase the whole contents of the seedbox, to be sure, but that would be very damaging to me since I have old torrents and things that I don't want to erase, even torrents where I am the last seeder

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    Quote Originally Posted by YusukeUramesh View Post
    Yes, but if I have 2000 torrents and I delete 50, how do I detect those 50 between the 2000?

    What you mention only works if there are a few torrents, in my case that does not work because I don't know the name of the torrents and they are many torrents/files

    The thing is that I deleted the .torrent without the content, so those files only get in the way and I want to delete them completely, I don't even remember the names of the torrents or the trackers

    The only thing I can think about is to erase the whole contents of the seedbox, to be sure, but that would be very damaging to me since I have old torrents and things that I don't want to erase, even torrents where I am the last seeder
    Only solution may be writing them all down. Let's see people who know IT has to offer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tassadar View Post
    Only solution may be writing them all down. Let's see people who know IT has to offer.
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    I assume that you can open your seedbox in FTP/SFTP via filezilla as per above

    Go to the folder that hosts all your downloaded content, highlight them all, then right click on one of them and make the selection "Copy (URLs) to clipboard.

    Open Excel "If you have and paste the content there" , then use "text to columns" and set your width as next column just before your file name starts, in my case it would be here "/files/downloads/"HERE"Oceans.Eight.2018.MULTi.1080p , all your files / folders would be in each row.

    From your torrent client, do also an export of all your current seeding torrents, it will also give you a list of all your torrent names, paste those also in a new Tab in Excel.

    In Sheet1 you should have all your FTP names in column 1 and on Sheet2 you should have all your seeding torrents name.

    In Sheet1 you should then do a VLOOKUP against Sheet1,Row1,Column against Sheet2, Row1:Row"Where It Ends".

    An example of the vlookup command should be something like this on Sheet1,Column3, Row1: =IFERROR(VLOOKUP(A1,Sheet2!A$1:A20000,1,FALSE),"To rrent Deleted")

    Thus, if a torrent name is not found from your FTP list against your seeding list on Sheet2, it will mark it with "Torrent Deleted", else, if it is still seeding, it will show the torrent name.

    I hope this helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpiderCrawler View Post
    I assume that you can open your seedbox in FTP/SFTP via filezilla as per above

    Go to the folder that hosts all your downloaded content, highlight them all, then right click on one of them and make the selection "Copy (URLs) to clipboard.

    Open Excel "If you have and paste the content there" , then use "text to columns" and set your width as next column just before your file name starts, in my case it would be here "/files/downloads/"HERE"Oceans.Eight.2018.MULTi.1080p , all your files / folders would be in each row.

    From your torrent client, do also an export of all your current seeding torrents, it will also give you a list of all your torrent names, paste those also in a new Tab in Excel.

    In Sheet1 you should have all your FTP names in column 1 and on Sheet2 you should have all your seeding torrents name.

    In Sheet1 you should then do a VLOOKUP against Sheet1,Row1,Column against Sheet2, Row1:Row"Where It Ends".

    An example of the vlookup command should be something like this on Sheet1,Column3, Row1: =IFERROR(VLOOKUP(A1,Sheet2!A$1:A20000,1,FALSE),"To rrent Deleted")

    Thus, if a torrent name is not found from your FTP list against your seeding list on Sheet2, it will mark it with "Torrent Deleted", else, if it is still seeding, it will show the torrent name.

    I hope this helps
    I was about to suggest something similar to what SpiderCrawler did.
    It it probably the wisest thing to do.

    Another thing that might work is to create a new folder inside your “files” folder. Name it 00 for example.
    Than select all your torrents from rutorrent and use “save to” option and transfer everything into this new folder.

    Whatever is left on the original folder is something that is not active in your client.

    Downsides:
    If you are an organized person and likes to keep everything on folders, you will lose it.
    Your client might crash a couple times if you try to do it on a large quantity of torrents at the same time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YusukeUramesh View Post
    Yes, but if I have 2000 torrents and I delete 50, how do I detect those 50 between the 2000?

    What you mention only works if there are a few torrents, in my case that does not work because I don't know the name of the torrents and they are many torrents/files

    The thing is that I deleted the .torrent without the content, so those files only get in the way and I want to delete them completely, I don't even remember the names of the torrents or the trackers

    The only thing I can think about is to erase the whole contents of the seedbox, to be sure, but that would be very damaging to me since I have old torrents and things that I don't want to erase, even torrents where I am the last seeder
    just stop those torrents and delete/data and you don't have to remember anything, I do this and have 3 seedboxes, 2 of them I use rutorrent, never had a problem so far..

    if you start deleting only the torrent file, you will end up with zillions of data and wont know anymore where you are in your seedbox(es)

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    @SpiderCrawler Thanks, it will be useful, I will try it

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    @isNN If I do that, will they still working and sharing the torrents?

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    @Rhialto I know, that's why I said "I deleted them by accident" in the first post

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    @YusukeUramesh you deleted 50 torrents and you dont know which? troubles lol..

    let me know if the solution given by @isNN &/or @SpiderCrawler works, if not, let me know, God will provide a solution hehe..

    just kidding man, wish you good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhialto View Post
    @YusukeUramesh you deleted 50 torrents and you dont know which? troubles lol..

    let me know if the solution given by @isNN &/or @SpiderCrawler works, if not, let me know, God will provide a solution hehe..

    just kidding man, wish you good luck!
    I deleted a few less (the numbers are only examples), I wanted to do it with the option to delete content but I was wrong button (by accident), but the size of the torrents is considerable

    thanks man, I'll do it, but first I'll try the two options they said above


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