Understanding the queue settings on your Seedbox

If you have not been using your server for a while, it might take you longer to understand some of the settings.  When it comes to Seedbox configuration, setting up the queue will determine the kind of speed you get while leeching and seeding. The best settings should be able to give you more speed when uploading and downloading files.  Most servers come with an enabled automatic management system for each torrent you seed or leech. The system is enabled by default for each torrent. When you disable it, you might have some cycling issues when uploading or downloading the torrents. You may start facing some poor speeds or other files may be stuck from any form of transaction.

The setting labelled seed time within the queue settings can be helpful if they are on your server. It deals with the seeding time before the queue rotation is done. Your total active torrents should be equal to your seeding torrents. When adjusting the queue settings, you should not count the slow torrents. The downloading torrents should be over both seeding and active but not by a long shot. Balance the share ratio limit by setting it to one. It should always match the leeching and stop seeding ratio. The share ratio limit will determine the moment your files will be queued. If the seeding ratio reaches its limit, then the file will be moved into the queued status. The seedtime means your file will remain in the seeding status for the given amount of time before it is transferred to the queued status.  The time status may be a hard one to grasp, basically it determines the seeding time of the files before they are sent to the queued status. If you set the ratio too high, the file download or upload may pause and you will have a difficult time seeding.