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download resume / accelerator

#1 Postby Oswaldt » Jun 08, 2010 12:42 am

Is it possible to have download resume without allowing direct linking?

When I allow direct linking (to allow download resume) I am not able to put a limit on the download speed.

Is there a reason why both cannot be selected together? I really want both
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#2 Postby admin » Jun 08, 2010 4:12 am

Unfortunately download resume cant work without direct links. There's possibility in download resume and download speed control with nginx.

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#3 Postby Oswaldt » Jun 08, 2010 4:20 am

I still don't understand what NGINX is...

If I allow direct links, does it mean the download speed is unlimited? or is it limited to something?

Also, How do I confirm if I support download accelerators?

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#4 Postby admin » Jun 08, 2010 12:05 pm

nginx is a web server.

Yes, if you enable direct links on your current setup - then it will try to use full speed if possible (if no concurrent downloads running).

Just use browser which support download resume (for example Opera).

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#5 Postby Oswaldt » Jun 08, 2010 5:35 pm

What about download accelerators?

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#6 Postby nik0la » Jun 09, 2010 9:09 pm

admin wrote:Unfortunately download resume cant work without direct links. There's possibility in download resume and download speed control with nginx.



How we can limit speed with nginx? i have nginx on all file servers and i have enabled direct links for all users, but i want to set lower download speeds for guests and registred members and unlimited speed for premium only


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#7 Postby PowerChaos » Jun 09, 2010 9:36 pm

to do that you need to use the file called dl.cgi

ngix can limit download speed (limit per conection) but that count for every1

the thing you can do (that would be a temorary solution) is offer full speed for premium files only
so put them on a differend server (premium only) and for the other files limit the speed

as there comes a new release (hopely soon :d) then i hope he will implent this idea

not sure if i posted it before (i guess so )

if you have 2 servers , 1 for premium and 1 normal
as soon a premium member clicks a link , that it copy the file from the normal server to the premium server to allow full speed
then that system i described above will works perfect :D

anyway , this is so far hte only way to limit direct links

or just dont allow direct links for non premium members and everything would be fine

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#8 Postby ankurs » Jun 10, 2010 5:27 am

PowerChaos wrote:ngix can limit download speed (limit per conection) but that count for every1

completely wrong , are you even using sibsoft's ngnix solution ? you can put different speed limits for guests/reg/premium

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#9 Postby PowerChaos » Jun 10, 2010 6:05 am

i use apache :D (i dont need a limit , i use dl.cgi for limits :P)
and the speed limits are not direct download links ?
or are they ? (would be nice , please give link to solution)

anyway , doesnt mather mutch to me :D

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#10 Postby ankurs » Jun 10, 2010 6:43 am

PowerChaos wrote:i use apache :D

then you should stop misinforming users
PowerChaos wrote:and the speed limits are not direct download links ?
or are they ? (would be nice , please give link to solution)

ngnix = direct download links only

email support, they will give you solution

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#11 Postby dotceo » Jun 10, 2010 11:59 am

ankurs wrote:
PowerChaos wrote:i use apache :D

then you should stop misinforming users
PowerChaos wrote:and the speed limits are not direct download links ?
or are they ? (would be nice , please give link to solution)

ngnix = direct download links only

email support, they will give you solution



Ummm, Actually within NGINX you can set Free, Registered, and Premium speeds. I use NGINX and that's how I have it.

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#12 Postby nik0la » Jun 10, 2010 12:46 pm

can you please give us a tip how to do that?

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#13 Postby ankurs » Jun 10, 2010 1:20 pm

nik0la wrote:can you please give us a tip how to do that?

there is no "tip"

you need to customize the script to use nginx , if you can afford it then ask support ; they will get it installed for you

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#14 Postby nik0la » Jun 12, 2010 2:47 pm

i can afford it, but i cant get in touch with support 1 week. seems like they are on vacation

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#15 Postby ankurs » Jun 13, 2010 11:07 am

nik0la wrote:i can afford it, but i cant get in touch with support 1 week. seems like they are on vacation

hmm, Art is on vacation, hopefully will be coming back this coming week.

if its very urgent, just try [urgent] in title and they might reply


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