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    Thumbs up Seedbox Tuning

    This is for all of you out there that rent your own VPS or Dedicated Server and run your own seedbox with root access.

    https://comptutor.me/2017/08/30/opti...tu-linux-mint/

    Shows you how to properly optimize your Linux installation as well as Deluge or rTorrent.

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    Hi there. Is this working on non ovh and online server?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blazeshosting View Post
    Hi there. Is this working on non ovh and online server?
    Don't see why not since it's messing on kernel and OS level and not with rTorrent.
    Of course there is always the risk to crash the system or cause kernel panics and become unstable. I would suggest to try it only if you have very few torrents active or can live with the loss.
    Having the capability to reinstall the OS in case of any issues is a must

    Sent from my SM-T113 using Tapatalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by masonos View Post
    Don't see why not since it's messing on kernel and OS level and not with rTorrent.
    Of course there is always the risk to crash the system or cause kernel panics and become unstable. I would suggest to try it only if you have very few torrents active or can live with the loss.
    Having the capability to reinstall the OS in case of any issues is a must

    Sent from my SM-T113 using Tapatalk
    As I know, if we try with digital Ocean we cannot simplify changes the kernel right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blazeshosting View Post
    As I know, if we try with digital Ocean we cannot simplify changes the kernel right?
    Ah no idea man. Is it offering root access? I guess that's a question only DigitalOcean support team can answer


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