I'm running Arch Linux.
uname -a -> Linux [REMOVED HOSTNAME] 4.19.2-arch1-1-ARCH #1 SMP PREEMPT Tue Nov 13 21:16:19 UTC 2018 x86_64 GNU/Linux
qBittorrent version v4.1.3 64bit.
This started after a recent full system update. I've used this software for about a year. Kudos to you developers! It took me a minute to find a good linux torrent client. Keep up the good work.
And that's about it. I've checked all related settings. I hadn't changed them before/after the update anyway. I'm sure it's not on an alternative upload speed. It clearly shows in the bottom-right that it's set at 100KiB/s. Even if I did screw up (I didn't) and enable alternative speeds, they're set at 1/10 my normal speeds.
I don't mind sharing. I love the torrent system. At times like now however I've about 0.8TB of downloads remaining and during these times I like to keep my upload at 100k or lower. Like many places my upload speed utilizes about 8x the bandwidth of my download making these uploads take a good majority of my speed.
Any thoughts? And thanks again to the devs. I'm a coder myself. I'm sure you all put a good bit of solid work into this. I'm not a complainer. This is more just curiousness. I'm capable of patience but at the same time I'm one of those that don't like not being able to figure something out
Linux specific questions, problems.
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