Aria2中文说明文档

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Console Readout

While downloading files, aria2 prints a readout to the console to show the progress of the downloads. The console readout looks like this:

[#2089b0 400.0KiB/33.2MiB(1%) CN:1 DL:115.7KiB ETA:4m51s]
                  

This section describes what these numbers and strings mean.

#NNNNNN
The first 6 characters of the GID as a hex string. The GID is an unique ID for each download, internal to aria2. The GID is particularly useful when interacting with aria2 using the RPC interface.
X/Y(Z%)
Completed length, the total file length and its progress. If --select-file is used, this is the sum of selected files.
SEED
Share ratio when the aria2 is seeding a finished torrent.
CN
The number of connections aria2 has established.
SD
The number of seeders aria2 is connected to.
DL
Download speed (bytes per second).
UL
Upload speed (bytes per second) and the number of uploaded bytes.
ETA
Expected time to finish the download.

When more than one download is in progress, some of the information described above will be omitted in order to show information for several downloads. And the overall download and upload speeds are shown at the beginning of the line.

When aria2 is allocating file space or validating checksums, it additionally prints the progress of these operations:

FileAlloc
GID, already allocated length and total length in bytes.
Checksum
GID, already validated length and total length in bytes.