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I have 10K torrents and 7K of them are going too slow. I would like to remove them but the rutorrent and rtorrent interface is unusably slow. I noticed that the info about rtorrent is kept in .session folder but i can't figure out how to see the status of the torrent, meaning how much % is completed.

so is there a way for a bash script to see how much of the torrent is downloaded? i would prefer a performance critical way.

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Assuming you also want to get rid of the partial data...

rtcontrol --from-view incomplete // --cull

https://code.google.com/p/pyroscope/wiki/InstallFromSource

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