current state of linux clients that can manage 20k+ torrents (~40tb)

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  • rtorrent

    rTorrent BitTorrent client

    I've been a habitual rtorrent user but it feels like it's time to move on - it's also a little annoying that this issue has never seen traction.

  • flood

    A modern web UI for various torrent clients with a Node.js backend and React frontend. (by jesec)

    One note: I lean heavily on an API to manage it so I'd love to continue using flood, I tested qbittorrent with it briefly and it didn't go well.

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