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Deluge Console Documentation

Start the console interface

Enter the deluge console:

deluge-console

Connect to your daemon (Replace ##### with your Deluge daemon port found on your slot info page):

connect 127.0.0.1:#####

Commands

Help commands can be displayed for each command using the --help flag.

add

Add a torrent

Usage: add [-p <save-location>] <torrent-file> [<torrent-file> ...]

Options:
  -p PATH, --path=PATH  save path for torrent

cache

Show information about the disk cache

Usage: cache

config

Show and set configuration values

Usage: config [key1 [key2 ...]]
       config --set key value

Options:
  -s SET, --set=SET  set value for key

connect

Connect to a new deluge server.

Usage: connect <host[:port]> <username> <password>

debug

Enable and disable debugging

Usage: debug [on|off]

del

Remove a torrent

Usage: rm <torrent-id>

Options:
  --remove_data  remove the torrent's data

exit

Exit from the client.

Usage: exit

halt

Shutdown the deluge server.

Usage: halt

help

displays help on other commands

Usage: help [command]

info

Show information about the torrents

Usage: info [<torrent-id> [<torrent-id> ...]]
       You can give the first few characters of a torrent-id to identify the torrent.

Options:
  -v, --verbose         shows more information per torrent
  -i, --id              use internal id instead of torrent name
  --sort=SORT           sort items.  Possible keys: state, save_path, tracker,
                        tracker_status, next_announce, name, total_size,
                        progress, num_seeds, total_seeds, num_peers,
                        total_peers, eta, download_payload_rate,
                        upload_payload_rate, ratio, distributed_copies,
                        num_pieces, piece_length, total_done, files,
                        file_priorities, file_progress, peers, is_seed,
                        is_finished, active_time, seeding_time
  --sort-reverse=SORT_REV
                        sort items in reverse order.  Same keys allowed as for
                        --sort.

pause

Pause a torrent

Usage: pause [ * | <torrent-id> [<torrent-id> ...] ]

plugin

Manage plugins with this command

Usage: plugin [ -l | --list ]
       plugin [ -s | --show ]
       plugin [ -e | --enable ] <plugin_name>
       plugin [ -d | --disable ] <plugin_name>

Options:
  -l, --list            lists available plugins
  -s, --show            shows enabled plugins
  -e ENABLE, --enable=ENABLE
                        enables a plugin
  -d DISABLE, --disable=DISABLE
                        disables a plugin

quit

Exit from the client.

Usage: quit

recheck

Forces a recheck of the torrent data

Usage: recheck [ * | <torrent-id> [<torrent-id> ...] ]

resume

Resume a torrent

Usage: resume [ * | <torrent-id> [<torrent-id> ...] ]

rm

Remove a torrent

Usage: rm <torrent-id>

Options:
  --remove_data  remove the torrent's data