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Excellent work, perfect stability (Win 7 x64 machine).

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Windows / Re: per torrent limiting doesn't work
« on: November 24, 2014, 07:37:28 pm »
"For caching using too much ram: Go to advanced settings and disable os cache."

Not necessary for me. I have 200+ torrents with 60-70 mbs link throughput, a not-so-new CPU  with 9 GB of RAM and with OS cache enabled the RAM peak is around 6 GB, only 1-2 GB more than with OS cache disabled. So no big deal.
But with utorrent was really weird. They wee allowing users to disable OS cache as well, still 90% RAM ended up being  used.

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Windows / Re: per torrent limiting doesn't work
« on: November 23, 2014, 09:27:40 pm »
KInda funny, the problem took a strange turn.
When I set number of connections per torrent to 10 OR MORE, THIS limit was obeyed. Any number below this and the rule is ignored, to the point where there were 200 connections per one torrent (very popular torrent).

@loki : I'm speaking of the number of conenctions per torrent, NOT the number of upload slots (that setting works ok). One can never confuse these 2 settings, after years of torrenting, right ? :)

Anyway, Qbit still remains superior to utorrent, though buggy like hell, at least regarding disk cache management. With utorrent +plus lots of torrents one can have 16 GB of RAM and it's not enough, even at low throughput, while Qbit works fine with 6-8 GB of RAM. Nice work :)

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Windows / Re: per torrent limiting doesn't work
« on: November 18, 2014, 11:54:30 am »
My friend, utorrent works perfectly with 3-4 connections per torrent and 1 upload slot per torrent, obeys nicely these limits and so helps my cheap router to survive longer (I have LOTS of torrents with huge bandwidth, I live in RO).
Funny is that once I had 200 connections while dling something heavily seeded and I had to limit my speed in order to not exceed 100 mbs :)


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Windows / Re: per torrent limiting doesn't work
« on: November 16, 2014, 02:13:29 pm »
Both.

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Windows / per torrent limiting doesn't work
« on: November 15, 2014, 07:08:47 pm »
Win 7 x64, Qbit 3.1.11 : per torrent limiting is not respected, only the global limiting.

For ex., when setting 4 connections  per torrent, it happens to get 200 per torrent (and almost all active, with huge bandwidth consumption) . Global limiting is obeyed though. This happens when dling one or multiple torrents.

EDIT : I'm referring, of course, to the number of connections, not speed limiting.

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Windows / rss refresh interval
« on: October 29, 2014, 03:27:55 pm »
Hello,

Not a huge deal, but it seems that no matter how far in the future I set the next RSS feed refresh (let's say, 2 days, 3000 minutes) what I get is instant refresh (and, of course, downloading, which is annoying sometimes).

I have latest build, Win 7 x64.

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Search plugins vanished...

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... and finally "bring torrent dialog to the front"  8)

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Excelent build !
Finally an alternative to utorrent, with better sequential dling and smoother exit :)

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Windows / Re: I/O solved
« on: May 11, 2013, 01:01:01 pm »
Before un-checking Read only in Properties of the folder involved, in execution log appear the following : Access denied.
Today after a hurried shutdown of Windows (and of qbit. also probably) the message is : fast resume rejected : mismatching file size, but for smaller number of torrents and the problem was solved after a recheck.


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Windows / I/O solved
« on: May 08, 2013, 12:01:01 pm »
When checking previously (if only partially) downloaded torents I got too the I/O errors.
I solved the problem unchecking Read only from Properties of the respective folder, at least with the 32 bit alpha build.

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Windows / Re: not seeding after completion
« on: May 06, 2013, 05:55:16 pm »
Thanx for reply, those not seeding torrents weren't definitely queued :), as my active torents limit was ~500, slightly higher than my total torrents number. I always verify this.
Strange problem, just right now in utorrent the same torrents are 70% active, even with just 3-5 peers connected.
Could be some sort of random discrimination from utorrent part, because 90% of all my  peers seem to use either utorrent or bittorrent ?

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Windows / Re: not seeding after completion
« on: May 05, 2013, 07:43:18 pm »
That goes without saying, plenty of max.connections setting - 1000.

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Windows / not seeding after completion
« on: May 05, 2013, 07:31:30 pm »
An old problem,it seems (http://qbforums.shiki.hu/index.php?topic=1798.0)
Seeding works just fine while downloading (over 300 popular torrents), after completion everything (except 2-3 torrents) stops.
This happens while:
- there are connections with 5-10-15 peers per torrent
- no problem with forwarding port
- same torrents seed perfectly with utorrent.
- enabling/disabling utp management, DHT, PeX - no effect.
To be honest, I've switched back to utorrent just for this reason, though I hate lack of efficient preview playback of the latter (that works seamlessly) . There are plenty other bugs with qBit, that's for sure, but nothing that strange as this :(
A question : what it is all about those outgoing ports (that are disabled in Advanced settings) ?

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