Yes! Paste an URL, and all files and subdirectories will be downloaded, up to your free space!
Server first makes a list of all files and the total file size. This should be less than the free available storage space you have available.
Then it downloads all files to the server, keeping a copy of html files, images, zip files, media files. Then all these files are transferred to your cloud.
It means the torrent was passed on to the torrent downloader, but the downloader couldn't process it, or it is looking for other peers and is getting no information. If the torrent was from an url, you can try downloading the torrent first and then submitting it. Cancel the torrent and try again.
You can leave a transfer downloading for as long as it needs to download. If it has very few seeders, it may take a long time, or if none are available, it may get stuck forever. You can cancel and add another one that has more active seeders
Be sure to have free server space available for the size you want to download. If it is queued and there is too many active torrents, it will be cancelled. But remember, it's only for active torrents, if you transfer your files to your cloud, that space will be freed for other queued items.
Please contact us, we can provide custom plans, bigger spaces and even provide a full dedicated server for more powerful downloading!
Server downloads in leech mode, it will disconnect and stop uploading as soon as it completes a torrent. We do not provide seeding services.
Transferring is counting how much bytes are uploaded of the total file size, but sometimes the Cloud Server gives an error and does not receive a file, so the transfer process repeats a file, which shows up as additional % instead of rolling back the percent total. We might change this behaviour in the future.
Unfortunately, both of these cloud providers use a private API to access their files only through their own software client. As there is no server-side API or even a Linux Client, we do not have an easy way to interface with them.