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Windows / Episode Filter with RSS Feeds
« Last post by FourEyedJack on December 09, 2018, 09:49:23 PM »
Hello, recently I have started using RSS Feeds for airing anime. However I have had no success in getting the episode filter to work. Is there anything that needs to be changed format wise (over 1x7 for example) that I might be doing wrong?
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Windows / Re: Two torrents just going to error
« Last post by Switeck on December 09, 2018, 09:34:50 PM »
1. the biggest torrent I'm downloading has 180 GB and is downloading fine. The two torrents that go to error all the time (and then download a bit and then go to error again) have 4.97 GB (around 18 files) and 9.74 GB (12 files).
2. I have around 19 TB free space left.
3. The filenames seem to be unique
4. good question. How do I figure that out (uTorrent is downloading the same torrents just fine)?
1. See, that's crucial info. They DO download a little bit and then go to errors!
I get that problem when I set qBT's cache too large. It's probably possible as well to trigger that if the cache is set to automatic (-1) AND you have 16 GB ram or more. qBT 32bit version is almost guaranteed to crash if you upload very much if the cache is larger than ~1000 MB size.

2. and 3. Ok and Ok

4. qBT has a trackers tab just like uTorrent does. Error messages might appear there for each tracker.

Lastly, magnet links remove the trackers...sometimes masking problems or worse, creating additional ones where the magnets won't work at all in another BT client.
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Windows / Re: Two torrents just going to error
« Last post by annomatik on December 09, 2018, 08:32:45 PM »
As an update... I have downloaded one of the two torrents with uTorrent in less than 2 hours. In qBitTorrent, I have added the very same torrent -- I just copied over the magnet link to uTorrent -- 6 days ago and it is still stuck at 9.6 %. I don't understand that.
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Windows / Re: Two torrents just going to error
« Last post by annomatik on December 09, 2018, 07:56:07 PM »
Thanks!

1. the biggest torrent I'm downloading has 180 GB and is downloading fine. The two torrents that go to error all the time (and then download a bit and then go to error again) have 4.97 GB (around 18 files) and 9.74 GB (12 files).
2. I have around 19 TB free space left.
3. The filenames seem to be unique
4. good question. How do I figure that out (uTorrent is downloading the same torrents just fine)?
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Windows / Re: Log-Rotation?
« Last post by Switeck on December 09, 2018, 07:43:32 PM »
No clue!

But you might want to delete all but the last 5 just for starters...
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Windows / Re: Two torrents just going to error
« Last post by Switeck on December 09, 2018, 07:42:32 PM »
1.Torrents too large for qBT to handle? Lots of pieces per torrent?

2.Not enough space on drive you're saving them to?

3.Torrent made under Linux and has duplicate files (that differ only by CaSe) in the same folder/s?

4.Trackers on the torrents garbage-names, causing the error/s?
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Windows / Two torrents just going to error
« Last post by annomatik on December 09, 2018, 06:07:13 PM »
Windows 10 / qBitTorrent 4.13

Hi! I have two torrents, that just go to error. I tried deleting them, adding them again, same. No explaination. In the log file, there's no info either.

Tried adding them to uTorrent -- there, they work without any problem.

Help?
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Windows / Re: QBittorrent upload speed problem
« Last post by Switeck on December 09, 2018, 06:02:35 PM »
The slow upload speed can be due to private trackers with lots of seeds per peer, so that even if qBT connects to a peer it's "out-uploaded" by all the other seeds combined. A lone peer under those circumstances is often overloaded and cannot download very much from any individual seed.

On public torrents, many peers may have low-speed internet connections (even dial-up still!) and/or be throttled by their ISP. They might also have set their BitTorrent client such that it can't download quickly because others sharing the same internet connection have threatened them with harm if they keep hogging it all.

The questions I'd have to ask to determine the cause/s are:

1.Are you downloading torrents at the same time trying to upload? (download-induced overloads can murder upload speeds)

2.Are you testing using a single torrent that has few seeds but many peers? ...with other torrents either stopped or at least no connected peers+seeds?

3.Are you using a Proxy or VPN? (These sometimes silently change their policies on BitTorrent use, causing 'instant' speed losses. Their transit provider may throttle BitTorrent traffic even if they don't!)

4.What are your... qBitTorrent's general settings for max connections and max upload slots -- both globally and per torrent -- as well as other settings such as whether uTP is allowed or forced, half open connection max (>10 can cause overloads on poor networking equipment+software) all of which may have a huge influence on how well it can DL and UL.

5.Lastly, how fast is your download and upload supposed to be? What's the results you get when running speed tests? (include a link to the results if that's easy to do...)
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Generic / Can I make an RRS auto-download rule to ignore 1080p and 720p files?
« Last post by borez on December 09, 2018, 04:37:33 PM »
I didn't get any traction with my last post about documentation for the RSS download rules so I'll ask this way.

Can I make an RRS auto-download rule to ignore 1080p and 720p files from the feed?

I've tried to make rules that "must not contain" and the words 1080 and 720 assigned to the RSS feed but this doesn't seems to work, so what am I missing here. Can someone explain to be me how this woks?
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Windows / Re: Log-Rotation?
« Last post by annomatik on December 09, 2018, 02:52:21 PM »
Ok, I'll rephrase that. I found the log-files in Local/qBittorrent/logs, and they are rotated at 64 K. BUT -- I have over 6100 files now in the log directory.

Is it possible to limit that to 5 or so files, deleting older stuff automatically?

Thanks!
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