On Fri, 2005-11-11 at 23:11 -0500, Gene Heskett wrote: > On Friday 11 November 2005 04:56, Hans Kristian Rosbach wrote: > >On Fri, 2005-11-11 at 15:02 +0530, V P wrote: > >> On 10/11/05, Hans Kristian Rosbach <[email protected]> wrote: > >> > Both released as 5 cd iso images, only available via bittorrent. > >> > Download site: http://fedora.isphuset.no > >> > >> Anybody mirroring the ISOs on HTTP/FTP? > >> > >> vjp > > > >Atleast not yet, but hopefully someone will at some point. > > > >i386: 14 downloaders 1 seed (me) > >x86_64: 4 downloaders 1 seed (me) > > > >Nobody has completed a torrent yet. > >Last I checked there were more than 4 distributed copies of the > >i386 torrent, so this should change shortly. > > > >The bandwidth of the server has been at 100% ever since I announced > >the new release. It is capped to 2.5Mbit outbound, limited resources > >that we receive for free. > > > >-HK > > I've done the torrent, and left it running, but from what I see, you > and I must be the only ones seeding the torrent ATM. If a few more > folks could restart their clients, I'm sure the average dl speed would > go up considerably. My dl ended up at about 22k/second even though my > client did show 5 others then. Its now down to this in the last few > minutes: > > saving: FC4.2-i386 > file size: 2,816,667,648 (3 GiB) > percent done: 100.0 > time left: seeding > download to: /usr/FC4/FC4.2-i386 > download rate: 0.0 KB/s > upload rate: 0.0 KB/s > share rating: oo (841.2 MB up / 0.0 MB down) > seed status: 0 distributed copies (next: 1:0.0%) > peer status: 0 seen now > > Which makes me think everyone has given up. > > I don't believe this is how bittorrent is supposed to work. ---- I think by and large, most people already have fedora installed or will download it from official sources and that there aren't all that many people interested in downloading this or don't know about it. Craig -- This message has been scanned for viruses and dangerous content by MailScanner, and is believed to be clean.