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[v4.0.x] Notifications and Log file spammed with: An I/O error occurred, ... error: No such file or directory #7992
qBittorrent version and Operating System
qBitTorrentx64/v4.0.2, Windows 10 Home FCU
What is the problem
When downloading a multi-folder torrent and excluding one or more folders from the download, the Windows 10 Notifications and qBT Execution Log are hit multiple and sometimes continuously with error information as follows (Zzz is a torrent, Yyy a sub-folder, Xxx a file) :
"D:\Torrents\Temp" is my 'incomplete torrent' location.
What is the expected behavior
The '.unwanted' file/folder should not be referenced and the error message(s) should not occur.
Steps to reproduce
As per problem definition above.
Extra info(if any)
I Luv your work all.
I'm having the same issue.
I'm using a folder for incomplete downloads which are moved to the default save path after completion
Could it be those files contain parts of the files that were not selected but had to be downloaded. But the moment the download completes it loses the relation to this file and loses necessary parts?
Same problem with previous version and 4.0.3.
@SirLT: I'm intrigued by your comment, since 3.3 should not exhibit this issue. Although, immediately after downgrading, the torrent will be incomplete at first, since the missing pieces are in a part file which 3.3 would not know how to handle. (But if you let it download, the torrent should complete and remain complete.)
Can you confirm that I am correct, and that your bug is the same as everyone else's?