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Linux / High peer count when there are no leechers available.
« on: September 08, 2019, 02:27:03 pm »
Some torrents I have uploading have zero leechers found on all trackers, DHT, PeX and LSD. Meanwhile the peer count on the torrent list is 0(2761)



This has been the case ever since I began using qBT since last year and even persisted when changing from windows 7 to linux Manjaro.
Does anyone know what causes it and if there's a way of disabling this weird behavior?

Edit: As soon as 1 leecher became available the peer count became 0(1).

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Windows / Re: Low upload speed.
« on: May 28, 2019, 02:03:47 am »
I assume I have to check to use ipv6.
I did after reading your message and restarted my client.
Also no clue about the status of my IPv6.

Will update on my situation on Friday.
Thanks for the help and info.

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Windows / Re: Low upload speed.
« on: May 27, 2019, 12:04:18 am »
Update on the situation:
Had a phone call with tech support from my ISP, they treated me nicely, though they harped a bit on the speeds. It's all fine on that end.
They also told me that the reason I can't get reached by the port checking tool is that I only have a virtual IP instead of a real one as per the ISP's settings.

I've watched the speed graphs for a while and I think I'm starting to make sense of what's happening.
Seems like every time a packet starts getting uploaded it finishes in a flash and the connection gets dropped before the next packet gets requested.
And I've also discovered that the peer count is something I cannot understand as it doesn't translate to leechers that I'd actually upload to.

Had another look into the configs, then spotted "Allow multiple connections from the same IP address", though to myself "This might be the thing that allows a connection to live a bit longer"
I enabled it and it seems like I can at least chain multiple packets to a single destination now.

That's about it, the average daily upload amount is improving.
Thanks for the help.

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Windows / Re: Low upload speed.
« on: May 21, 2019, 02:26:44 am »
I did.
Also that spurt on the screenshot lasted for about an hour. Then back to the old behavior of barely uploading anything.
I think I'm gonna have to complain to my ISP. Doesn't look like anything I can configure on my end.

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Windows / Re: Low upload speed.
« on: May 20, 2019, 12:59:37 am »
Thanks a lot for the link.
After checking it and reading into it I found out about Port Forwarding.
Dug around to find the router password and forwarded the qbittorrent's port.

It's looking a lot better than before.

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Windows / Re: Low upload speed.
« on: May 20, 2019, 12:28:37 am »
Thanks for showing me this tool.

I'll start hammering random ports till I get one that works.

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Windows / Low upload speed.
« on: May 19, 2019, 09:22:27 pm »
I'm having this weird issue, that isn't specific to qbittorrent as I've tested it out with Deluge (Don't intend to go back to utorrent)

This is what the speedtest says, while qbittorrent is open .-.


Meanwhile the speed graph on qbittorrent looks like so.

Can't keep a connection alive to upload anything, the seed to peer ratio on some of these torrents would be a great opportunity for me hit a really good ratio, but many of them haven't even hit 0.10.

Connection configs:


Speed configs: (previously uncapped uploading, put a 300k cap on it hopping it would fix it, changed nothing)


BitTorrent configs:


Advanced configs:



Using the 1.1.1.1 DNS on my computer's settings.
System is windows 7 ultimate.

Is it something I can fix within the configs?

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