wiki:EditConfigFilesBeta

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EditConfigFiles Beta

Tests

RPC Services

Such as the Web Interface and transmission-remote?.

  • rpc-authentication-required: Boolean (default = false); If set, then a username and password will be required to access the rpc services.
  • rpc-enabled: Boolean (default = true); If set, then rpc services are enabled.
  • rpc-password: String; The ssha1 encrypted password (starts with a '{') to access the rpc services. A new password can be entered in plain text and will replaced with the encrypted version when the configuration file is next saved.
  • rpc-port: Number (default = 9091); The port Transmission listens for rpc services on.
  • rpc-username: String; The username to access the rpc services.
  • rpc-whitelist: String (Default = "127.0.0.1"); Comma-delimited list of IP addresses. Wildcards allowed using '*'. Example: "127.0.0.*,192.168.*.*".
  • rpc-whitelist-enabled: Boolean (default = true); If set, then the whitelist is used to prevent other IP addresses from accessing Transmission.

Experiments

Advanced
Option Kind Default Value Description
dht-enabled Boolean true
encryption Number 1 0 = Off, 1 = Preferred, 2 = Forced
lazy-bitfield-enabled Boolean true
open-file-limit Number 32
peer-socket-tos Number 0
pex-enabled Boolean true
rename-partial-files Boolean true Sets wether default Transmission should postfix partially downloaded files with ".part"
preallocation Number 1 0 = Off, 1 = Fast, 2 = Full (slower but reduces disk fragmentation)
umask Number 18 Sets transmission's file mode creation mask. See the umask(2) manpage for more information. Users who want their saved torrents to be world-writable may want to set this value to 0. Bear in mind that the json markup language only accepts numbers in base 10, so the standard umask(2) octal notation "022" is written in settings.json as 18.
Bandwidth
Option Kind Default Value Description
speed-limit-down Number (KB/s) 100
speed-limit-down-enabled Boolean false
speed-limit-up Number (KB/s) 100
speed-limit-up-enabled Boolean false
alt-speed-enabled Boolean false aka 'Turtle Mode'. Clicking the "Turtle" in the gui when the scheduler is enabled, will only temporarily remove the scheduled limit until the next cycle.
alt-speed-up Number (KB/s) 50
alt-speed-down Number (KB/s) 50

Advanced

Option Kind Default Value Description
dht-enabled Boolean true
encryption Number 1 0 = Off, 1 = Preferred, 2 = Forced
lazy-bitfield-enabled Boolean true
open-file-limit Number 32
peer-socket-tos Number 0
pex-enabled Boolean true
rename-partial-files Boolean true Sets wether default Transmission should postfix partially downloaded files with ".part"
preallocation Number 1 0 = Off, 1 = Fast, 2 = Full (slower but reduces disk fragmentation
umask Number 18 Sets transmission's file mode creation mask. See the umask(2) manpage for more information. Users who want their saved torrents to be world-writable may want to set this value to 0. Bear in mind that the json markup language only accepts numbers in base 10, so the standard umask(2) octal notation "022" is written in settings.json as 18.

Bandwidth

Option Kind Default Value Description
speed-limit-down Number (KB/s) 100
speed-limit-down-enabled Boolean false
speed-limit-up Number (KB/s) 100
speed-limit-up-enabled Boolean false
alt-speed-enabled Boolean false aka 'Turtle Mode'. Clicking the "Turtle" in the gui when the scheduler is enabled, will only temporarily remove the scheduled limit until the next cycle.
alt-speed-up Number (KB/s) 50
alt-speed-down Number (KB/s) 50
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