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This plugin is designed to take care of periodic tasks for you. All
it really does is run a series of tasks at pre-determined times.
AzCron Product Key runs as a “service” under the Security Group assigned to the
Azureus Service, with a host name of @ip_address. Therefore, there is no
need to install the Azureus Service on a Domain Controller/Named Accounts
that you may run Scheduled Tasks on.
The following Windows NT Server 4.0/2000/2003/2008 Server Service must be
– Microsoft.NET 3.5 Framework
– Microsoft Windows Service Host
– Windows Service Wizard
– Windows Service Resource Kit
– Windows Task Scheduler
To Install:
Install AzCron into the default Azureus Service:
The plugin will be located under the directory \tasks-distribution\azcron,
and will be named azcron.exe. If you installed the service on a Domain
Controller, it should be located under the directory \tasks-distribution\azcron.
The documentation should be available from the Plugin Details link at the
bottom of the UI as a pop up when you double click on the Plugin Config
The tasks will run at 12:00am local time, currently. There is a
clock-format option which you can set if you are running a different time
zone than the server is running on. A dialog will open prompting you to
select the date and time you would like to trigger the tasks.
Once configured, restart the Azureus Service.
Run the tasks (How to do this will be in the documentation):
The following tasks can be run:
– Change Azureus download speed
– Change Azureus upload speed
– Resume paused Torrents
– Change Azureus Timeout
– Delete Azureus Cache
– Resume paused Azureus
– Restart Azureus
– Reset Config Variables
– Increase Azureus maximum connections (e.g. to more than 70)
– Decrease Azureus maximum connections
– Backup the config directory if desired
– Restore the config directory from a backup
– Set Azureus configuration to default
– Set Azureus configuration (overwrite any existing settings)
– Change the default port for Azureus from 49845 to 5

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== Aimed at hosting setups where you don’t want users to have to manually run
Azureus scripts or install other programs as a cron job.
== Usage:
1. You need to have Jython installed, if not already.
2. Create the script below in the directory you wish to use (don’t forget to
add it to the’site-packages’ folder so it can be found by Azureus).
3. Open Azureus and create a task named ‘Azureus Cron’.
4. Click on the new ‘Azureus Cron’ task and select which actions you wish to
run. If you wish to use a ‘debug’ action, the program may crash sometimes, this
is intentional.
5. If you wish to create more than one task, repeat steps 3 and 4 for each
task you wish to create.
6. You must configure the tasks in the command line (see ‘Config’ section for
help). You will see a list of tasks and can use the ‘/tasks’ switch to see the
command line for each task.
7. When you wish to update these configurations, you can re-run ‘/tasks’ to
see the tasks in action, or re-run ‘/refresh’ to update the config.
8. Although the action you configure at step 4 should be the last in the list,
they will run in the order specified.
9. For any further configuration you need to do, you must configure the tasks
in the Jython script itself.
NOTE: Azureus uses the standard Cron expression syntax so you can easily make
up your own expressions with logical operators (AND, OR, NOT) and brackets
and braces as you wish.
#!/usr/bin/env jython
#!/usr/bin/env jython
from sched import cron
# ————————————————————–
# ‘/tasks’ = ‘/usr/bin/bash –daemon -e /home/jerry/scaneRSS.jpy $’\t\x1b[31;1mAzCron Activation Code\x1b[0m'”
# ————————————————————–
# ‘/tasks’ = ‘/usr/bin/bash –daemon -e /home/jerry/scaneRSS.jpy $’\t

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AzCron is an automated script that allows you to make
run-time configurable jobs in Azureus.
With AzCron, you can schedule tasks to be run
on a schedule at a configurable frequency.
The script is configured using a simple syntax which
enables quick and easy creation of routines
as well as modification and customization of
individual tasks. These tasks can be run on
any schedule from once a day to once a millisecond.
Each task can interact with outside scripts
or Azureus modules by running an action.

For example, here we have a task which will
have a script executed every 10 seconds with
a configurable frequency:
|Add Task description
Add Task Description:
Run the script every 10 seconds
Running the script every 10 seconds
“$scriptpath” “/” “10”

The default schedule is to run this task every
10 seconds for a period of 60 seconds
because we have set $count = “60”.

|Add Time Interval
Add Time Interval:

Running the task every 10 seconds
Running the script every 10 seconds
$scriptpath “/” “10”

The default (only) interval is 10 seconds.
So the above 2 tasks will run every 10 seconds for
a period of 20 seconds.

You can change the default interval by entering
a non-zero value:
|Add interval(s)
Add interval(s):

Running the task every 10 seconds
Running the script every 10 seconds
$scriptpath “/” “10”

|Change Interval
Change Interval:

What’s New in the AzCron?

AzCron is a BSD licensed Azureus plugin that keeps your Azureus running at an optimal speed with
the AzCron program. Simply select the days and times of the month when you would like Azureus to
be paused and restarted each time the script is run.
If you wish to leave Azureus running during certain hours you can specify:
– How long Azureus needs to be off
– Exactly what hours of the day and what minutes of the day Azureus should be off
The default task schedule is:
– Azureus will be paused between 5am and 7pm GMT Mon – Thu
– Azureus will be restarted between 11pm and 2am GMT Fri and Sat
– Azureus will be paused again on the sun between 11am and 2am on Sun
Handy Options:
There are some additional options for increased flexibility:
– Manually change the pause and restart times
– Set the pause and restart times for a specific day of the week or the whole month
– Manually stop and pause Azureus from the plug-in preferences page
– Include or exclude specific user roles, to prevent certain users from stopping/pausing/restarting
AzCron Troubleshooting:
It may be necessary to adjust the timezone when you call the AzCron program.
If you do not have the right timezone selected, AzCron will default to the US Eastern timezone.
If you want to run Azureus in a different timezone, you must write out a new file and save it into your Azureus configuration directory.
If you run the “Update Config” option within your config.ini
you are telling AzCron to update the AzCron configuration file.
You can choose any user-readable name you like and after you choose the name to add (with a slash) the
namespace you wish to update to, e.g. ‘backups’:
After pressing the Save button, you can now choose the name of the new configuration file
and save it somewhere in your configuration directory to read it in later.
This FAQ was last updated on Saturday 14th of June 2007
This document is licensed under the LGPL.
Copyright © 2000 – 2007
Michael Wetter. All rights reserved.
This is free software; you can

System Requirements For AzCron:

OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10.
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 or later 3GHz or AMD Athlon or later 2GHz
Memory: 1GB
Hard Disk: 25MB
Graphics: DirectX 9 and 1024 × 768
DVD-ROM drive: DVD-ROM drive required.
Sound Card: Sound card required.
Additional Notes:
1. Optimized for 1280 x 720 and 1280 x 1024 at 60FPS

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