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Linux / Stop Pre-allocate disk drive space
« Last post by Spaz on Today at 05:50:37 AM »
Hi all !
I do not like pre-allocation of HD space when I open a torrent.
Opening Qbitorrent settings / preferences, I see that under "downloads" tab >>
check box option "Pre-allocate disk space for all files"  --- is UNchecked .
However, Qbt is definitely still pre-allocating space.

How can I stop this behaviour?
Running Ubuntu Studio 18.04
Thanks !
Windows / qBittorent 4.1.3 nothing but errors!
« Last post by molitar on November 17, 2018, 10:50:52 PM »
I keep getting random errors for no apparent reason in 4.1.3 I am going to have to find older version for download.

11/17/2018 4:09 PM - Failed to download RSS feed at ''. Reason: Unknown error
11/17/2018 2:48 PM - Fast resume data was rejected for torrent '<file>'. Reason: <file> fast resume rejected. stat(<file>): mismatching file timestamp. Checking again...

Window will not stay at top it always put window down about an inch from top of screen everytime I open the window up.  This bug has been existing since 4.1.1 I believe and still not fixed!

And the I/O Errors they just pop up but nothing logged in logs at all it just puts the torrents into a stalled status.
Windows / Re: Why show an ETA when there's no chance of completion?
« Last post by mike20021969 on November 16, 2018, 07:23:25 PM »
How is the ETA calculated?
Selected file size x download data rate = ETA.
Windows / Why show an ETA when there's no chance of completion?
« Last post by Lestrad on November 16, 2018, 07:44:26 AM »
The title says it all. Certain torrents show an ETA when there are no peers with the complete post, and even when none of them have anything but a fraction of the post. What's the point of showing an ETA in such a situation? How is the ETA calculated?

Generic / Re: Warning: If you're using a VPN or proxy...
« Last post by Demonocracy on November 15, 2018, 08:35:19 PM »
These are some very valid concerns. I look at VPNs that support port-forwarding very suspiciously. I personally use Surfshark and while it doesn't support it, it has some rapid speeds, especially for torrents.

Valid concerns, a little bit too hard for my brain, but will research these topics over the weekend. By the way, I'm using Surfshark too, the speed is, as you say, rapid, and I read here on medium a good overall review on it. So far satisfied with this software.
I need to keep track of the stats of the torrents I download (stuff like date/time completed, size downloaded, total size, etc...). Having this list serves as a historical record of when I downloaded something and if I've downloaded it before


In, there's mention of a way to mark a torrent as "unmonitored". Is it possible to have qB stop monitoring a torrent completely so it doesn't complain about missing files or losing stats?

I think uT had the "stop" button which paused/stopped the torrent and unmonitored it, but I can't seem to find the same functionality in qB.

This is exactly the functionality I am looking for – manually stop monitoring selected torrents, so when you move downloaded files to a different location all torrent data (which files, of what size and when were downloaded) is preserved.
A few months ago when I was moving downloaded files to a different location while qBittorent was running, paused torrent on the list usually stayed with the "complete" status and all mentioned torrent data is preserved even today. I have to add, that qBittorrent wasn't consistent with this behavior and sometimes the data was lost.
Now I see, that after moving downloaded data, when qBittorrent is restarted it always shows "Missing files" status and none of the mentioned above torrent data about what and when was downloaded is available.

So here is the question: what is the intended way of this behavior? In the last changelog (v4.1.3) I see "BUGFIX: When file data are unreachable pause torrent and show "Missing Files" status (temporary fix)". As it says it's temporary fix, what's the final goal?

It is very important to have a way for all mentioned torrent data to stay and be visible in the program, even if downloaded files are moved. I think the way to go is to give a user possibility to mark chosen torrents as unmonitored and/or move them to unmonitored category, so qBittorrent doesn't check for downloaded files at all and preserves all the latest torrent data.

I did this yesterday, move my qbittorrent and a whole list of files that I seeded to my other PC which is on 24/7.

This is different situation, because you were moving downloaded files AND qBittorrent data to another PC so new qBittorrent installation can see all downloaded files again.
Cafe lounge / Re: What are you all listening to?
« Last post by Demonocracy on November 15, 2018, 05:56:12 PM »
Aes Dana - Aftermath #5
Cafe lounge / Re: New to the forum but very curious
« Last post by Demonocracy on November 15, 2018, 05:55:40 PM »
Lets start forming the community then ;) I'll see if I can be of any help too
Introductions / Hell.O
« Last post by Demonocracy on November 15, 2018, 05:53:35 PM »
Hi everyone, a student and new media theorist here, wanna deepen my IT knowledge and happy to be here ;)
Windows / Move Torrents new Copy
« Last post by jriker1 on November 15, 2018, 03:53:41 PM »
I had a virtual machine that was running QBittorrent.  I recently rebuilt it and it's live and running but a new virtual.  I had 5 torrents that were  mid download when I did this.  Knowing the pathing and everything is the same, just the name of the server QBittorrent runs on is different, what would I need to do on the old server to bring over these torrents and resume them?


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