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Windows / Re: Advanced configuration for server with many resources
« Last post by Robertomcat on January 17, 2019, 12:09:25 PM »
Ok, thanks!!!!
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Windows / Download button doesn't work
« Last post by Calapine on January 17, 2019, 01:12:27 AM »
Hello, I am using qBitorrent v4.1.5 64-bit for Windows.

It worked great for me for years, but since a while I have the issue that when I search for a torrent with the built-in search engine and then click download the Torrent isn't added to the download list.

The torrent turns pink in the search results, but doesn't show up. The number of active downloads doesn't change either.

BUT: if I click the "Go to description page" (Not sure the English name,  using a german client) and then on the torrent's website copy the magnet link, and manually use "Add magnet link" in qBitorrent it gets added to the download list and works.


I am using Windows 10, don't have a software firewall installed and didn't make any changes to my configuration except updating qBitorrent when a new version was released.

I am at a loss and would be glad for help.

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Windows / Re: Paused torrents in transfer list
« Last post by Switeck on January 16, 2019, 10:56:52 PM »
I guess that's not an option like it was in uTorrent or Vuze/BiglyBT.
So hopefully stopped torrents aren't scraped in qBitTorrent, because if they are there doesn't seem to be a way to disable it!
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Windows / Re: QBittorrent & VPN "No direct connections"
« Last post by Switeck on January 16, 2019, 10:53:13 PM »
Probably a good idea to disable UPnP use in qBitTorrent as well, since that can possibly force unwanted alternate paths.
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Windows / Re: qBittorrent show me "2 IP/Peers" for my internet connection
« Last post by Switeck on January 16, 2019, 10:52:02 PM »
Your wifi connection may sometimes be jumping to a neighbor's router which has a similar ip address...possibly causing qBitTorrent to attempt to connect to the older ip addresses your computer briefly had before.
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Windows / Re: Proxy BugS?
« Last post by Switeck on January 16, 2019, 10:50:09 PM »
Many if not most proxies don't support UDP at all.
Most also don't support ANY incoming connections.

But both UDP and incoming connections are heavily used by qBitTorrent, so speeds are horribly impacted...even prevented when the only trackers are all udp-based ones.
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Generic / Re: qBittorrent configuration
« Last post by Switeck on January 16, 2019, 10:48:45 PM »
I can't make sense of what you're trying to accomplish.
Are you trying to make your qBitTorrent impossible to connect to?
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Windows / Re: Advanced configuration for server with many resources
« Last post by Switeck on January 16, 2019, 10:47:02 PM »
qBitTorrent's disk I/O is single-threaded, or at least libtorrent was till very recently.
That's part of the reason upload speeds drop to 0 when a torrent is being moved.
The other part is the HDDs are unable to handle the massed writes and reads when that happens.

A properly-designed cache would let uploads run at least briefly without needing constant disk access.
But it seems that's not working well either...
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Windows / Re: Advanced configuration for server with many resources
« Last post by Robertomcat on January 16, 2019, 03:06:40 PM »
Redownloading all the files is almost pointless -- better to copy part of them to a single HDD (or some other reliable drive) then copy them back to the RAID, as that should remove the fragmentation.

Hello again.

I put the downloads in a temporary folder inside a USB 3.0 hard drive, with an HDD. When the download starts, there is no problem until the end, but when you automatically pass the file from the temporary folder to the destination folder, the upload speeds of all torrents drops to zero. What's this about?

Then I've been testing the temporary folder in the same destination where all the other files are, and there is no problem, but then when you move the file from the temporary folder to the destination folder, you just move it, so it doesn't defragment.
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Generic / qBittorrent configuration
« Last post by chaoticbeliever on January 16, 2019, 01:44:43 PM »
Hello,
I just went from Deluge to qBittorrent, which is more familiar to me because of its similarity with uTorrent.
So I disable DHT and do I have to disable PEX too? and finding sources on the local network?
By unchecking the 3 is what I still continue to share on the tracker or I downloaded?
And if you have any advice to properly configure it I'm taking it;
thank you in advancesmile
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