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  1. uTorrent 2.0.4 3.x has unacceptable and stupid disk I/O codes. http://forum.utorrent.com/viewtopic.php?pid=658526#p658526
  2. Did you send your torrent and settings to the devs? Same thing happens with default/clean settings? No. All torrent, default(clean) settings has a same problem. I tested utorrent 3.x on three systems. (Sandybridge i5-Win7x64Ult, Arrandale i3-Win7x64HomeP, Conroe Pentium-Win7x86Ult) I also test with real system, virtualbox WinXP, sandboxie.
  3. Hashing is not necessarily read bytes from DISK. Even if it's hashed from the cache, I believe it still shows up there. I monitor "Windows 7 | Resource Monitor | Disk | Processes with Disk Activity | Read (B/sec)" = uTorrent 3.x hashing bytes Hashing is read bytes from DISK. Not memory.
  4. Uh' date=' that's not a bug... it just says it hashed that much data.[/quote'] Why 3.x is a lot of disk read for hashing? hashing bytes = disk read bytes So high disk load. Is this normal? I am using 2.0.4. And it does not do such a thing.
  5. 3.3 alpha 27150 has a same problem. http://forum.utorrent.com/viewtopic.php?pid=654230#p654230
  6. Maybe dev team don't have the ability for bug fixing. So they say "low priority, no one use, no problem." or ignore.
  7. They do not fix it. huge_hash.png: Upload: 11.4MB But Disk Read: 2.5GB (220X times) 2011-06-24 http://forum.utorrent.com/viewtopic.php?pid=592962#p592962 2011-06-25 http://forum.utorrent.com/viewtopic.php?pid=593022#p593022 About 1 year old. I give up and using 2.0.4.
  8. I use diskio.cache_stripe = 18 uTorrent Upload: 52.2MB Download: 2.8GB Process Explorer Disk I/O Read: 2.49GB (Upload 48X times!!!) Disk I/O Write: 2.44GB utorrent 3.0 is a lot of hard disk read. but not upload. I'm going back to 2.0.4
  9. Upload: 337.0MB Download: 1.6GB But Process Explorer Disk I/O Read: 2.2GB (Upload X7 times!!!) Disk I/O Write: 1.82GB very strange. uTorrent 3.0(alpha, beta, RC, stable) creates diskoverload.