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Automatically remove torrents according to your strategies.

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This program can help you to remove your torrents. Now you don’t need to worry about your disk space - according to your strategies, for each category and tracker, the program will check each torrent if it satisfies the remove condition; If so, delete it automatically.

This program supports qBittorrent/Transmission/渭Torrent. If you like, star it :sparkles: :)

Requirements

  • Python 3

That’s all. It’s a simple but smart program.

Quick Start

Installation

Install from pip

pip install autoremove-torrents

or

Install from GitHub

git clone https://github.com/jerrymakesjelly/autoremove-torrents.git
cd autoremove-torrents
python3 setup.py install

Write your configuration file

In order to satisfactory your needs, you have to learn how to write a configuration file.

You can put the configuration file anywhere on your disk. The autoremove-torrents looks for config.yml in the Shell’s current working directory:

vim ./config.yml

The grammar is quite easy, for example:

my_task:
  client: qbittorrent
  host: http://127.0.0.1
  username: admin
  password: adminadmin
  strategies:
    my_strategy:
      categories:
        - IPT
      seeding_time: 1209600
      ratio: 1
  delete_data: true

The program will delete those torrents whose categories are IPT, seeding time is above 1209600 seconds or ratio is greater than 1. Visit Wiki to learn more.

Run

autoremove-torrents

If you just want to see which torrents can be removed but don’t want to really remove them, use –view command line argument.

Setting up scheduled tasks

If you want to check whether there is any torrent can be removed every 15 minutes, the crontab can help you. Look at the example:

crontab -e

And then, add a line at the end of the file (please confirm the path of the autoremove-torrents and your program):

*/15 * * * * /usr/bin/autoremove-torrents --conf=/home/jerrymakesjelly/autoremove-torrents/config.yml

The conf= indicates the path to the configuration file.

Screenshot

Screenshot

Changelog

Thu, 31 May 2018: Version 1.2.4.

  • Fixed startup failure.

Wed, 30 May 2018: Version 1.2.3. Added new features.

  • Allowed to use environment variables to specify host, username and password.
  • Allowed username and password to be empty (or one of them is empty) to log in a WebUI without username and/or password.
  • Now the program won’t quit directly when a task goes failed.

Sun, 27 May 2018: Version 1.2.2. Added new features :smile:

  • Added new filter: Torrent Status
  • Added new condition: Maximum number of torrents

Sat, 26 May 2018: Version 1.2.1. Fixed issue in setup.py.

Sat, 26 May 2018: Version 1.2.0. Refactoring was completed, and was published to PyPI.

  • New features will be added soon.
  • Now we can install it via pip.

Mon, 14 May 2018: Version 1.1.0. Created setup.py.

You can now use the autoremove-torrents command directly instead of python3 main.py.

Wed, 28 Mar 2018: (Correct document) The delete_data field shouldn’t be indented.

Thu, 22 Mar 2018: First version :bowtie:

TODO List

Depend on users’ feedback.

  • Support Deluge and rtorrent in the future
  • Add remove condition: Disk free space
  • Add remove condition: Max/Min average UL/DL speed

If you have any problem, please submit Issues.

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