To think in the hours before the tracker went down I was worried because Dark Souls 3 kept crashing my system and getting all my hosted files back up was taking ~1 hour each time. It bothered me because I specifically downloaded every poorly seeded torrent I could find trying to keep that "torrents unavailable" number at 0 and every time my system crashed it would go to between 5 and 15 (the number of torrents I'm the only host of seems to vary a lot). I suppose if I were truly dedicated I'd get some sort of NAS system and never go down for more than a minute or two.
Then the whole system goes down for a day and suddenly I start thinking it's not really that
important that the least demanded .1% of torrents be constantly available. Really it's more like an OCD kind of thing for me I guess.
Oooops, looks like even though the tracker is back up there's 1 torrent unseeded:
Using the bogus negative keyword search trick to make it show up (funny how it will say there's something unseeded then nothing shows up when you click the number
) and it's "Strange Dawn Original Soundtrack [MP3]". Time to queue it up so that when it is re-seeded it stays that way.