On The Emule Connection Reduce the number of connections to save bandwidth, but does not reduc
Posted 05 December 2009 - 02:55 PM
As we all know, the current connection when emule is running a number of ports, which for broadband users have little effect on a wide, but narrower broadband users have a great impact on network speed, it will take up a lot of broadband users. So, I wonder whether there is a new connection method allows the use of narrow-broadband customers get emule. The following are my idea of emule (from emule starts running to the end):
When emule starts running, the search of other customers and the relevant documents from their clients to find other points and other information, these information includes connection time saved to "A" file. And then to other emule send their basic information and the list of required documents. If you have emule can immediately transfer files to me, we can establish a connection with it. For some need to wait for the emule, we do not connect with it until the end of the wait time. We get the file from another user how much will be saved to the "A" file, they will be here waiting for someone else in our time, the determining factor. If someone wants to get the file from us, it starts running when we request to send to us and we under the "A" document to decide whether to immediately transfer the file, if it needs to wait, then wait time at the end, we will send a message to it and establish a connection with it.
This is my vision. Its principle is: emule only been known at the beginning of customer lists, but not with all the emule connection. We only link to the direct transmission of emule.
Perhaps my vision there are many loopholes, I hope it will bring benefits to the development of emule.
Posted 05 December 2009 - 05:09 PM
Second: I don't quite get your problem.
Third, eMule currently works like that:
After startup, eMule searches for sources and asks them for their file status if possible. This needs some connections but not for very long. After that, eMule only uses connections to find new sources from time to time and to reask the current sources to check whether they are still (or now) useful and for uploading/downloading. IMHO this cannot be tweaked without any issues.
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