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Generic / Disconnect from Fellow Seeders When Seeding
« Last post by Cartoonish on July 18, 2019, 06:42:02 pm »
I've seen a few torrent clients that have a selectable option to disconnect from fellow seeders when seeding.  Is that the default behavior in QB?
Windows / Disabling qbittorent Windows 10
« Last post by danio991 on July 18, 2019, 02:15:36 pm »
Qbittorent turns itself off after switching it on. What could be the reason? I have a few torrents in it, qbittorent to download, some siensciagnely and some not. I have Windows 10 home
Windows / Nothing downloads anymore, please help
« Last post by Getsuke on July 18, 2019, 12:42:22 pm »
In the middle of the night all downloads stopped and went into stalled. Now seeds/peers/download speed are at 0. I've already tried restarting qbit, the computer, changing settings, using Deluge and nothing works, anyone might have an idea of what happened? I'm using the latest release on Windows 7
I'll provide any aditional info needed. Thanks in advance
Cafe lounge / Sitting there Waiting for Me
« Last post by GlassICE on July 18, 2019, 07:23:16 am »
Ok so you say all that pain and missery i took from those useless Bittorrent and uTorrent apps in thee past 3 years while this Application was jut sitting there, Fast, No Ads, free and simple,  and i was blind not to see that right ?

And since when ?
And i'm pissed right now why doesn't anyone tell me sooner :/
Suggestions / Highlight clicked torrent after clicking away
« Last post by gnibbo on July 17, 2019, 01:23:18 pm »
Currently when you click a torrent in the list it gets highlighted.
When you then click on a file of that torrent in the "contents" section the highlight goes away and you don't even know what torrent you clicked on in the first place.

There is a very faint highlight left but it's very hard to see.

Please add a permanent highlight or border to the selected torrent.

Windows / Re: Torrent read/write nvme benchmark.
« Last post by fusk on July 17, 2019, 01:08:02 am »
Just noticed i didn't mention that. It's biglybt. Had my doubts, but it was open source so thought i'd give it a go. So far the only client i've found that can handle the multiple watch folder setup i have.
The difference, qbit using libtorrent 60 connections & 60 upload slots per torrent i get overloads on scratch disk using 3gb cache. With bigly and 150 connections & 150 upload slots per torrent everything is fine, no overloads using 600mb cache.

Picture wasn't meant to "help" anything as more time is needed to make any conclusion, it was only to show what speed now looked like. But i removed to avoid any confusion. When a week has passed i can compare it against other weeks, or months, that'll probably be better.
Windows / Re: Torrent read/write nvme benchmark.
« Last post by buratino on July 16, 2019, 08:46:28 pm »
And what is this "away from libtorrent"? What is this program?
And this screenshot is not helpful, the sum of speeds is well over 1Gbit/s, do you have by chance 10Gbit internet?
From Windows command line:

set PYTHONPATH=%PYTHONPATH%;C:\My_python_lib

To set the PYTHONPATH permanently, add the line to your autoexec.bat. Alternatively, if you edit the system variable through the System Properties, it will also be changed permanently.
Windows / Re: windows 1903 and the latest update of qbittorrent.
« Last post by ultilol on July 16, 2019, 12:54:05 am »
Problem is solved, for now, anyone who cares.

Problem was with Bitdefender at least for me ( if you are having a problem and using other than Bitdefender then its the antivirus/security software)

Bitdefender will make a software update soon for auto fix, but you should contact them via ticket/email and get the fix by email.

using qBitTorrent on windows 1903 did something with Bitdefender itself that caused this problem. But I am sure other software using internet b/w would do the same.

Thanks to everyone, it took 3 weeks to find the problem and 1 more week to get it fixed without uninstalling Bitdefender.

Also just for information if you have 1gbit upload as well, windows 1903 is some way capped to 500mbit/sec upload. This problem itself is a microsoft flaw and they have a lot of tickets on their dev forums.

It is not your lan card or bad drivers , its 1903 windows fuck up they released without testing
Windows / Re: Torrent read/write nvme benchmark.
« Last post by fusk on July 16, 2019, 12:05:32 am »
Ok, i was not expecting this kinda difference, this is nuts. I mean, we're not just talking about a 10% improvement here from switching away from libtorrent. It's a lot more than that.
Average upload speed is like double, especially during download at higher rates.
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