Does DC++ hashing checks the unique file codes of shared files only or all files ??

Asked by sujay on 2011-02-09

I want to know whether DC++ hashing checks the unique file code of shared files only or all files in the hard-drive including unshared files ? Also where does it store those values ? and how is the code calculated (is there any Algorithm or any method ) ?
Does DC++ use Time Division Multiplexing which most of the download managers use to increase transmission rate ?

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Best Jonas Islander (wbbap-reg03) said : #1

DC++ uses an algorithm called Tiger Tree Hash to generate a unique signature for all files. LinuxDC++ stores the list of files and signatures in ~/.dc++/files.xml.bz2.

sujay (sujay-m17) said : #2

Thanks Jonas Islander, that solved my question.

sujay (sujay-m17) said : #3

does it include unique signature for unshared files on hard drive or only shared files ???

sujay (sujay-m17) said : #4

does it include unique signature for unshared files on hard drive or only shared files ???

sujay (sujay-m17) said : #5

Thanks Jonas Islander, that solved my question.