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bitmagnet

A self-hosted BitTorrent indexer, DHT crawler, content classifier and torrent search engine with web UI, GraphQL API and Servarr stack integration.

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DHT what now…?

The DHT crawler is bitmagnet’s killer feature that makes it unique. So what is it?

You might be aware that you can enable DHT in your BitTorrent client, and that this allows you find peers who are announcing a torrent’s hash to a Distributed Hash Table (DHT), rather than to a centralized tracker. DHT’s lesser known feature is that it allows you to crawl the info hashes it knows about. This is how bitmagnet’s DHT crawler works - it crawls the DHT network, requesting metadata about each info hash it discovers. It then further enriches this metadata by attempting to classify it and associate it with known pieces of content, such as movies and TV shows. It then allows you to search everything it has indexed.

This means that bitmagnet is not reliant on any external trackers or torrent indexers. It’s a self-contained, self-hosted torrent indexer, connected via DHT to a global network of peers and constantly discovering new content.

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Docker Compose:

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services:
  bitmagnet:
    image: ghcr.io/bitmagnet-io/bitmagnet:latest
    container_name: bitmagnet
    ports:
      # API and WebUI port:
      - "3333:3333"
      # BitTorrent ports:
      - "3334:3334/tcp"
      - "3334:3334/udp"
    restart: unless-stopped
    environment:
      - POSTGRES_HOST=postgres
      - POSTGRES_PASSWORD=postgres
    #      - TMDB_API_KEY=your_api_key
    command:
      - worker
      - run
      - --keys=http_server
      - --keys=queue_server
      # disable the next line to run without DHT crawler
      - --keys=dht_crawler
    depends_on:
      postgres:
        condition: service_healthy

  postgres:
    image: postgres:16-alpine
    container_name: bitmagnet-postgres
    volumes:
      - ./data/postgres:/var/lib/postgresql/data
    #    ports:
    #      - "5432:5432" Expose this port if you'd like to dig around in the database
    restart: unless-stopped
    environment:
      - POSTGRES_PASSWORD=postgres
      - POSTGRES_DB=bitmagnet
      - PGUSER=postgres
    shm_size: 1g
    healthcheck:
      test:
        - CMD-SHELL
        - pg_isready
      start_period: 20s
      interval: 10s

 

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