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Moves torrents from one transmission instance to another

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This script connects to two instances of transmission using the RPC interface and moves torrents from one to the other.

Example usage:

transmissiontransfer localhost mybooklive.fritz.box –equivalent-path /Volumes/Kiff /shares/Kiff

This will add to the instance running on mybooklive any torrent that is on localhost and that is being saved to /Volumes/Kiff. The resultant torrents will be saved to /shares/Kiff. This allows files stored on an external drive to be migrated to another machine for managing longer term seeding.

For many files, simply re-adding the torrent to the new machine would be enough, however this script also ensures that all files and directories are correctly named, so if a file was renamed in the original torrent client (for example, to fit a local naming convention without breaking seeding) these names will be carried across.

The initial run of this will add any torrents and rename them as appropriate, before triggering a verification run. If it comes across any duplicate torrents that have been successfully verified it will stop them in source and start them in destination.

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