I'm looking for Wikipedia (enwiki-latest-pages-articles-multistream.xml.bz2) and a Wikidata (latest-all.json.bz2 ) dumps. The files are quite large (the latter has ~47GB) and my internet connection tends to stop while downloading.

I'm looking for torrent files. I found one for Wikipedia, but I cannot find one for Wikidata. Is there any?

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    "Try downloading from command line using wget --continue url. Creating a torrent is difficult because the file needs to be updated often." From t.me/joinchat/AZriqUj5UagVMHXYzfZFvA Mar 17, 2020 at 13:47
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    these answers may be old (2013) but take a look opendata.stackexchange.com/q/107/1511
    – philshem
    Mar 17, 2020 at 20:26
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    I think it worth to create a torrent e.g. quarterly. For some, like me, an 3 months old dump would be almost as useful as the latest one as long as data structure haven't changed. If I can prove that my concept - for me finding the relationships (parent-child, teacher-pupil) between composers - works, I can download the latest version after that. Feb 3, 2022 at 9:00

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They may have changed their site, but the link you shared now has magnet 🧲 links to torrents near the bottom.

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