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v4.5.0 on Ventura crashing daily

Posted: Wed Feb 22, 2023 11:10 pm
by Fuga
I was so very happy to return to qBittorrent a few days ago.

I have 1,805 torrents loaded and all is great. Until it isn't.

Another user has reported similar/same?

Where to find crash reports/logs? There are two (number of times it's crashed) files here:

As they look like gobbliegook I am not sure they are applicable.

Re: v4.5.0 on Ventura crashing daily

Posted: Sun Mar 05, 2023 5:34 am
by victorhooi
I seem to have having similar as well - I'm running qBittorrent 4.5.2 on macOS 13.2.1 - and it will periodically cause the machine to crash, and reboot, with an error reporter prompt upon restart. This is on Apple Silicon - @Fuga - are you on Apple silicon as well?

qBittorrent was running fine for quite a while (several days) then recently, it appears to be causing the machine to lock up and become unusable. This might be perhaps because I added additional torrents, and it crossed some threshold? (1943 torrents in "All" currently)?

Even trying to unlock the macOS when qBittorrent locks up is impossible, as the cursor barely responds to input, and the keyboard won't enter input.

This seems to happen when running *just* qBittorrent, as well as with other applications (e.g. Chrome browser).

Oddly enough, if I keep interacting with the machine with qBittorrent running, and don't let the display go to sleep, it hasn't hung up so far (but obviously I haven't tried interacting with it continuously for several hours).

Does anybody have any idea why this is?

Re: v4.5.0 on Ventura crashing daily

Posted: Sun Mar 05, 2023 5:35 am
by victorhooi
Or is there any logging, or trace data we could collect within qBittorrent that would help triage the issue on macOS?

Re: v4.5.0 on Ventura crashing daily

Posted: Sun Mar 05, 2023 8:42 am
by Fuga
Damn! I forgot I made this post. I am happy to say all is well now. I used OnyX and did a deep clean via the Maintenance tab. Have been up and purring nicely for well over a week.

Yes, AppleSilicon here - M1 iMac.
macOS Monterey v13.1 - long story why not updated.