Author Topic: New qBittorrent Docker instance not reading all of torrent files in BT_backup?  (Read 196 times)

victorhooi

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Hi,

I am using the wernight/qbittorrent Docker instance to run qBittorrent on a Ubuntu 18.04 host.

This is the command-line I am using:

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sudo docker run -d --user $UID:$GID     -p 8080:8080 -p 6881:6881/tcp -p 6881:6881/udp     -v $PWD/config:/config     -v $PWD/torrents:/torrents     -v $PWD/downloads:/downloads     -v /media/ablage/qbittorrent_downloads:/ablage wernight/qbittorrent
I have a BT_backup directory, that contains torrent files and fast-resume files.

I recently blew away the Docker instance, and re-built it, pointing at the same directories.

However, for some reason, it's now only reading 98 torrents in total - yet the BT_backup has over 1000 torrents.

Is there any reason that qBittorrent is not reading all of the torrent files? (Those torrent + fast-resume files are the only place that qBittorrent stores state for torrents, right?).

I do know that I had a low-disk space event on that VM, and some of the fast-resume files are 0 bytes - but not 900 of them.

Thanks,
Victor

victorhooi

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I think it may be this issue:

https://github.com/qbittorrent/qBittorrent/issues/4850
https://github.com/qbittorrent/qBittorrent/issues/6852 (duplicate)

Low-disk event seems to case qBittorrent to lose data.