Bug ID: 368976
Summary: Make Check Data function multi-threaded
Platform: Debian testing
I can't say for sure but it seems that it only uses one CPU while performing a
single or multiple torrent data checks. I've just resized my ktorrent-dedicated
file-system partition and wanted to make sure that my download and seeding data
hasn't been affected. I'm sure it would make routine data-checking (like when a
corrupt chunk is detected) also faster during normal use.
Of course, it's not something necessary but would be a nice addition :) Thank
you for the great work. I've been using KTorrent for over a decade now and
don't think any other client is quite on par with this amazing download
Reproducible: Didn't try
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