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Seeding errors #10259

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Astroth24 opened this Issue Feb 5, 2019 · 3 comments

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Astroth24 commented Feb 5, 2019

Hi,
I'm using qbittorent 4.1.5, Windows 10 x64
I'd like to know why i'm seeing this?
I'm use port forwarding, and don't know what is the problem?
Some torrents working and some not!

Please no one tell me to contact with my ISP, because i did and they don't know!
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Seeker2 commented Feb 5, 2019

The number of peers you're seeing on these torrents are typically not real.
Real peer numbers are likely 0-5.
They are often seeds before you can even attempt to connect to them.

qBitTorrent also has trouble making and keeping connections, so peers may briefly connect but then spontaneously disconnect...and by the time qBitTorrent tries to reconnect to them they already have max connections and/or are a seed.

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Astroth24 commented Feb 5, 2019

So, What should i do know?
Transfer the torrents to another torrent client or use old version or delete some?

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Seeker2 commented Feb 5, 2019

Test a couple torrents with the latest version 3.5.5 of uTorrent.
(Although you might want to read up on how to avoid most/all the ads in it.)
If that has the same problems, the problems probably have nothing to do with qBitTorrent.

Or test qBitTorrent with torrents guaranteed to work...you may need to get someone to download/upload with you on that testing.

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