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''Multiple Instances'' Allows more than one eMule to run at the same time. They have to be in separate folder and use different port numbers or the second instance will not work. This is a file safety feature, and is also useful for testing purposes.
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''Multiple Instances'' allows for more than one eMule executable to run at the same time on a single computer. Each instance must be installed in and run from a separate folder and each must use different port numbers. Otherwise conflicts will occur, and one or more instances will fail to work. This is a file safety feature, and is also useful for testing purposes.
  
 
This feature is integrated in official eMule via CommandLine:  
 
This feature is integrated in official eMule via CommandLine:  

Revision as of 15:01, 23 March 2007

Multiple Instances allows for more than one eMule executable to run at the same time on a single computer. Each instance must be installed in and run from a separate folder and each must use different port numbers. Otherwise conflicts will occur, and one or more instances will fail to work. This is a file safety feature, and is also useful for testing purposes.

This feature is integrated in official eMule via CommandLine:

 emule.exe ignoreinstances
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