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A lightweight, bittorrent-compatible, NTrack tracker

Project Description

Greyskull

An NTrack Implementation

Setup Instructions

Greyskull is configured using the following environment variables:

Name Description Default
GREYSKULL_EXTERNAL_PORT The internet-facing port that greyskull is being served on. 80
GREYSKULL_MEMCACHED_ENDPOINTS A comma separated list of memcached endpoints for greyskull to talk to. '127.0.0.1:11211'
GREYSKULL_MAX_PEERS The maximum number of peers to return in a single request. 32
GREYSKULL_STATS   True
GREYSKULL_ERRORS   True
GREYSKULL_INTERVAL   18424

As you might know, environment variables must be strings. For the most part this isn’t an issue, except in the case of GREYSKULL_STATS and GREYSKULL_ERRORS where a boolean is expected. In this case use 1 for True and 0 for False.

Contact

Carlos Killpack <carlos.killpack@rocketmail.com>

License

All original code is in the public domain, MIT, or ISC at your choice.

The Bencode generation code originally from the standard python bittorrent implementation is by Petru Paler and under a MIT licenses (AFAIK).

Release History

Release History

This version
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0.0.1.dev1

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