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You, sir, are a gentleman and a scholar.  Thank you!

EDIT: D'oh! It looks like you didn't name it 3.1.1.1, so the updater is still triggering.  Oh well.  Guess I'm turning off the update check for now heh

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Hey Dayman, any chance of getting a 64-bit build of 3.1.1.1? Would love to get rid of that pesky update notification :3

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Dayman, any chance we can get a new x64 build with the latest commits?  Thanks!

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Didn't mean to come off as "hey, can you do this" but rather as "hey, you'd know the answer to this" heh. Thanks for the info. I'll try to catch Chris on IRC as well.

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sledge,

Is it possible to get an official "beta" build for qBT 3.1.0? Due to the issues in 3.0.9 I'm trying to get 3.1.0 whitelisted on a private tracker but they have a policy against allowing alpha builds due to risk of negative effects on swarm health from untested code.

What, if anything, is keeping 3.1.0 at the alpha level right now?

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Here's an interesting question:

Can anyone confirm whether or not these issues have been seen in the 3.1.0alpha builds?

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Windows / Re: qBT not respecting MAX GLOBAL CONNECTIONS setting
« on: March 03, 2013, 09:19:59 am »
Thanks for the info, Loki.  I will definitely address this with the libtorrent folks (as Dayman recommended in IRC as well).

Does it seem reasonable to assume that this maybe Windows 8 related? I'm not familiar with the inner workings of libtorrent, but considering we are running nearly identical setups except for Windows version, it seems plausible.

I will give uTorrent a try later tonight and edit this post with results.

EDIT: Just installed the x64 3.1.0alpha build Dayman posted last night and the issue seems to have been resolved.  Individual torrents are now stopping at the prescribed 100 connections (haven't hit the 500 connection max quite yet, but assuming that's working as well) and my router is showing a steady maximum of just under 1500 connections.  I'm going to consider this resolved for the time being, until I have reason to believe otherwise.

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Windows / qBT not respecting MAX GLOBAL CONNECTIONS setting
« on: March 01, 2013, 01:34:49 pm »
Greetings!

Version info: 3.0.8 (currently on the Dayman's x64 build, but tested on x32 as well)
OS: Windows 8 x64

I've spent the past week or so fiddling about with QoS on my router (OpenWRT - Gargoyle frontend), and in the process became aware that qBittorrent is not respecting the "Max Global Connections" value.  Currently, I have it set to 500 max global, 100 per-torrent, yet OpenWRT is showing that my connections are being completely maxed out whenever qBT is running.  I've even gone so far as to raise the router's connection limit from the default 4096 (up to 7144), and the connection count immediately climbs up to the max.  I've also decreased TCP and UDP timeouts in the hopes that these were just stale connections that weren't being dropped, but no dice.

Let me know if there's any additional information I can provide, or debugging steps, and I'll happily do anything I can.

P.S. I've not yet tried the 3.1.0alpha builds, but am hesitant to try them at the moment as reading threads on the forums leads me to believe there are some significant bugs that need working out.

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