토렌트 피어 플레그 상태 문자의 의미
Additional information in the form of qBittorrent Flags
D: content downloading at that moment.
d: the program tries to download the torrent, but the pair does not send.
U: uploading content at that moment.
u: the peer tries to get the client to raise filesbut qBittorrent can’t do it.
Or: The expected disconnection has occurred.
S: The current peer is offline.
I: the indicated pair is a incoming connection.
K: There is a peer that calls the qBittorrent program but is not interested in the file.
?: The program released the pair.
X: Now the pair has been included in the lists of pairs obtained through the Peer Exchange or PEX.
H: This pair was obtained through DHT.
E: That peer uses the encryption protocol at that time.
L: Here the current peer is local on reserved local IP ranges.
What do all the flags in the Flags column mean?
D = Currently downloading (interested and not choked)
d = Your client wants to download, but peer doesn't want to send (interested and choked)
U = Currently uploading (interested and not choked)
u = Peer wants your client to upload, but your client doesn't want to (interested and choked)
O = Optimistic unchoke
S = Peer is snubbed
I = Peer is an incoming connection
K = Peer is unchoking your client, but your client is not interested
? = Your client unchoked the peer but the peer is not interested
X = Peer was included in peerlists obtained through Peer Exchange (PEX) or an IPv6 peer told you its IPv4 address.
H = Peer was obtained through DHT.
E = Peer is using Protocol Encryption (all traffic)
e = Peer is using Protocol Encryption (handshake)
P = Peer is using uTorrent uTP
L = Peer is local (discovered through network broadcast, or in reserved local IP ranges)
Glossary of BitTorrent terms