>had a power outage
>all my torrents are gone
Thanks /g/. I never should have fallen for the meme.
Going back to uTorrent 2.2.1
Im sure it doesnt have anything to do with qb
You just have a shitty os or setup or whatever
I had that happening to me several times when I accidentally unplug my power cord and every time the data and config where still there, only had to do force a verification on them as much
If yoy are going to shitpost at least you could have done just fine with some stalled meme instead
Why do you blame software for living in a shitty area with power outages?
Not even defending qbitmeme although you should reconsider if using old unpatched software is really a good idea.
Or maybe it doesn't matter if youre using wendys
I have a NAS running kodi hooked up to my TV, with transmission-daemon running. All devices on my network have a transmission client installed, connected to said daemon. I download a torrent file from any of them, it's added in transmission client which tells the daemon to download it. I turn on TV, and watch movies or listen to music straight from my NAS. Which also has mpd with icecast2 as an output, so all of my music is available to my mobile when I'm out of the house.
In the event of a power outage, my UPS activates, giving me time to properly turn the NAS off. This is what you should do. You could literally do this yourself with an old HDD and a $30 raspberry pi. (Mine is a dual p4 era Xeon hp pedestal server)
Tbh i liked qbit but deluge is just as good with a few more features like actally being able to pick what you download instead of having to download it all and priority for certain files
It takes a minute to download the metadata sometimes, he probably spergd out and clicked OK before it had a chance to grab the folder list.
>The vulnerability relates to how BitTorrent and uTorrent handle URLs with the bittorrent or magnet protocol. By navigating the user to a specially formed link starting with bittorrent: or magnet:, an attacker can inject arbitrary command line parameters that will be passed to the BitTorrent or uTorrent executable. An attacker can leverage this vulnerability to execute code under the context of the current user.
This is all you got on uTorrent 2.2.1? kek enjoy your qStalledtorrent.
>use utorrent 3.3.0 for months
>seeding a bunch fo torrents
>all is going well no problems
>uploading 4 GB or more every day
>join a pvt tracker for rare content
>newer versions of utorrent not accepted
>try qbittorrent because it's allowed
>looks nice and neat and it's freedom
>add your torrents and start seeding
>add some rare stuff you wanted to download too
>it took a whole day to resync all
>torrents seem to be working anyway
>go to sleep leaving qbt seeding
>wake up the day later
>check the uploaded file size
>uploaded: 75 MB
>it does not say GB it says MB
>all torrents are stalled
>your ratio is near the auto-ban limit
>maybe you didn't start the torrents correctly
>stop all and restart hoping it works now
>go get some other shit done
>come back a few hours later
>uploaded: 13 MB
>almost all torrents are stalled
>check the network settings again
>the port is not blocked
>the upload speed is not limited
>duck it to find a solution to the issue
>find that more people had the same problem
>there's no known cause nor solution yet
>decide to try older versions of utorrent
>2.2.1 is allowed to use in this pvt tracker
>get it from oldapps and install it
>don't need to resync because shared settings with 3.3.0
>hope you didn't fuck it up already
>start the torrents and wait 5 mins
>already uploaded over 30 MB
>go sleep at the end of the day
>uploaded over 1 GB in the meantime
>wake up the day after to find your ratio is back in the safe zone
Vulnerabilities rarely affect competent users of anything, but that doesn't invalidate the incompetence that is required for the vulnerability to exist. It also doesn't negate the fact that uTorrent is literally adware at this point.
I'm not the previous poster but it's fairly well documented that qBittorrent stalls - sometimes because of user error, sometimes for no logical reason whatsoever. You can search for that issue with google/duckduckgo/whatever.
You may wanna take some of that unwarranted aggression elsewhere, perhaps try exercising.
rtorrent hasn't been updated in a million years and whenever I tried to add a ipv4 blacklist to it it wouldn't even find any peers or seeds, much less connect to them, while the same blocklist worked on qbit.
Still, qbit has its issues, mainly that the RSS updater bugs out sometimes after waking up from suspend.
kek are you seriously pulling the "dead torrent" crap with me? I've managed torrents for years in a pirate forum, sorry to disappoint you but I know how to read the seeds and leechers of a torrent, I'm not a fucking illiterate.
Besides, I was trying to UPLOAD if you know what it means (I'm a seeder, if you didn't get it already). qBt almost got me banned on a pvt tracker once, it's fucking trash.
also, explain this:
>torrent with 70 seeds and over 200 peers total
>stalled in qbt
>working perfectly in utorrent both up/down
I dare you try to justify this bull shit.
Fuck, now I'm scared.
That didn't happen to me, but another thing did.
I have about 600 torrents, and specifically a small group of my oldest ones say the files are missing. If I delete and re-add the torrent, it finds the files perfectly.
What's strange is it's a specific timeframe of torrents that failed. They're not spread out.
I'm using the latest version of mTorrent bundled with a media booster suggested by an ad, downloads things even faster now actually, I'm more than pleased with it so give me a reason to switch /g/
As if I'm going to reinstall that piece of crap just to prove you retards that your software sucks, it's not like you'll believe me anyway, probably blame my settings if not even accuse me of faking the picture. Keep using your precious torrent client, don't say you didn't get warned later when your tracker bans you for shit ratio.
I liked deluge until I ran it on my server and realized it leaked a lot of memory. Using qbittorent now and it works fine.
I still have deluge on my desktop though, but I rarely torrent anything on that machine anyway.
Still the only retard in the thread who has this problem
No need to be mad bro, you found something that works for you and everybody else found something that works better that for some reason is beyond your grasp. That's life.
I've literally never had a problem with qBittorrent.
I wonder who's making these threads.
>Lying about things that never happened
My god, people shitpost just to shitpost. Anything to try and get attention, huh?
I'm just making shit up, you're right m8.
>tfw 2.2.1 has very bad vulnerabilities
>mfw /g/tards will download sometime a bad torrent
>mfw because they use an ass old software their PC will be raped to hell and back
Just use another torrent client you cunts. There are many alternatives to uTorrent today.
Why use anything but Deluge? look how simple this shit is. and it actually works.
This is a serious question. I use qBittorrent and when I got home today one of my torrents was fucking stalled for no reason. When I restarted the program it started downloading again happily.
Too barebones. Very few features, no labeling or category system.
Can't really fault it much because it does work pretty well and it's nice and clean, but it's just lacking some basic features.
Last time I had OP's problem was two years ago.
It's an old bug where torrent status and labels would be lost if qbt was killed (e.g. task manager or power outage) instead of being properly Exited (File->Exit).
OP confirmed for old version.
I'm just going to stick to rtorrent. Handles my 1Gbps connection very well, is perfectly stable for months at a time and overall hasn't had any serious issues at all, it was even very easy to move it to a completely different install without losing anything at all.
For a fix on this, just right click a torrent and force resume, download or seed it. Never fails for me.
Also you can use Tixati, Transmission or Deluge. All of them works well and they aren't vulnerable to the exploit from 2.2.1.
>For a fix on this, just right click a torrent and force resume, download or seed it. Never fails for me.
Wasn't working. I had to restart the program which meant relabeling half of my torrents.
Deluge and Transmission were missing features that I would use last time I checked but I have not tried Tixati. I'll give that a go.
Plugins my nigga
The Label plugin is built in
Even tho everyone knows it's basically adware they continue to use it, I don't understand why
I don't even use private trackers and therefore upload ratio doesn't matter to me. Even if I wanted to join a private tracker I couldn't get it, because I live in a third world country and my upload speed is only 100 kbps. Therefore, I see no reason why I shouldn't be using Qbittorrent.
That just shows the sad state of alternative clients.
Deluge: GTK cancer, libtorrent instability
qBittorrent: Qt cancer, libtorrent instability
Transmission: GTK AND Qt cancer
Tixati: not even worth mentioning
So basically the first guy who copies the old µTorrent interface, makes a Windows native program, and makes it as stable as µTorrent will probably be able to catch a massive userbase.
I got 10 APC UPS units for free. I work seasonally for a Halloween company and when we acquire new leases I help set up new stores and when the company moving out leaves behind stuff, I get to take it home.
Also scored a $5000 DVR server for a video camera system that can record from 36 RCA inputs, 6 coax inputs, and 4 HDMI inputs and it had a TV tuner card for some reason.
In a matter of weeks at this point. 2.90 is coming soon, starting with a Windows public beta and then the official release.
I use Transmission 2.84 for a dozen private trackers because that client is rock solid. It doesn't even have problems when you have a power outage. I don't know why people use buggy meme clients like qStalledmeme.
There is any way to give it a proper UI?
I can't manage 500 torrents with this one
>qBt almost got me banned on a pvt tracker once, it's fucking trash.
Cool story bro. I'm mod on a private tracker and we endorse qBittorrent there.
Have you tried not being retarded?
I know there's some kind of plugin for rTorrent but I'm not aware of anything like that for Transmission (or other clients) so until I can have all my download needs built into the client itself, I'll stick with RSS thank you.
>Enjoy your shit automation.
autodl is just another way of doing it but the end result is still that my shows get automatically downloaded while I sleep.
What's the fucking problem here besides your obvious autism?
I use qBittorrent and I couldn't be happier, with or without RSS.
It just fucking werks™ and I've never experienced the stalled meme even once.
I did get the "client sent stop, peer not found" bullshit in Transmission regularly however, which is the reason I switched form Transmission to qBittorrent.
Transmission a shit. qBittorrent is great.
>Your client is a buggy meme, fag.
How come I've never experienced these "bugs" with it then but experienced several with your precious Transmission?
>I bet you don't even use good private trackers
Well what's good is highly subjective, but I've had pretty much everything.
My go-to ones nowadays are usually SCC and Waffles, but I used to use ScT, FTN, and OiNK the most.
Don't see how that is relevant to the discussion however, as Transmission is still shit regardless.
>My go-to ones nowadays are usually SCC and Waffles
Yep. You use mediocre trackers. No wonder you use a mediocre method of automation.
That's sad. Bet your ratio isn't too good since qBittorrent is shit at seeding, too.
And the only reason I use SCC is because it was the go-to refugee tracker when ScT closed down. Never really bothered getting into other trackers after that since the death of ScT, FTN, SweBits and a bunch of other trackers I were invested in (both with stats and community) kind of took the fun of torrenting away for me.
PTP or BTN are hardly what I'd call top tier. And my HDBits account got pruned for inactivity, that's how much I cared for that lousy tracker.
cause utorrent at least works as expected.
fell for the /g/ meme and installed deluge a while ago, woke up today to find a 18 gig torrent stuck at 40%.
keep in mind my connection is really shitty so when this kind of crap happens it really pisses me off.
had to finish the torrent with another client eventually, cause deluge just kept getting errors around 98% no matter what.
I asked some features to the dev and he's the typical freetard virgin whining he's not your employee. Still use it for no better option.
2.2.1 isn't a botnet
Transmission just werks
You can use a webgui with rtorrent, I do because I have 3000 torrents loaded with it
Stop complaining and just use something different
It doesn't. I've also read it's fixed but it doesn't work on my side. Force recheck just gets them in the Paused state, and if I resume them it errors saying it doesn't have have access to the folder.
How to RSS on qbittorrent?
I'm having trouble setting it up to download new shows.
where are you downloading from fa m?
I've used a few clients in my time. qBittorrent was a clusterfuck that would stall torrents all the time. Utorrent was fine but I got tired of having to disable ads every update. Ut 2.2.1 was fine until I read about the security holes, and it also had some strange behavior if trying to open many magnet links within a few seconds.
Azureus was fine until it became Vuze.
Tixati is my current client and it's working fine so far. I'm impressed with its configuration options, even though they are a bit cryptic sometimes.
>download bd remux
>no settings seem to fix it
>400+MB ram usage seeding less than 50 torrents
>upload speed is shit
>go back to 2.2.1, disable preallocation, enable sparse files
>works flawlessly, ram usage never goes over ~192MB
I'm using 2.0.4 and seeding 205 torrents (2,5tb)
I don't know what your problem is with qbittorrent. I literally seed in 8 hours with qb over 80gb and I never had a problem with previous torrents or previous qb versions. All worked flawlessly.
I thought it was bait but then I updated my client and 100+ old completed torrents I had disappeared from qb's list, now I don't remember what I had there and going through the download folder to check is a pain in the ass
>Going back to uTorrent 2.2.1
Really? That's your solution?
What ever happened to /g/torrent or whatever it was called?