Synergy Posted July 9, 2006 Report Share Posted July 9, 2006 Hi first of all thank you in advance to anyone who responds to this. I'm using version 1.6 stable.My problem lies in that whenever I'm downloading a torrent, the memory usage skyrockets to around 100Mb. I'm only downloading a single torrent for a Linux distribution. I'm using the task manager to check these numbers right now. Right now its at 40,000 K. Its slowly rising at a rate of 1,000 K every 5 or 6 seconds. I was wondering if this was normal. The VM Size is at 762,000 K and is slowly rising as well. The Commit Charge at the moment is 1096M/ 1954M and is constantly rising. It continues to rise until it peaks at 1800M and then it crashes and utorrent shows a popup that says that it has crashed and has made a dump. This happens often and Its getting troublesome. I can't leave it alone to seed for more than 4 hours at a time due to this. I'm thinking its something due to my disk cache settings. Everything in the "Advanced Cache Settings" is checked and the "reduce memory usage when the cache is not needed" is checked.My Specs:CPU: Pentium 4 640 3.0GhzMemory: 512Mb/ 2 sticks of 256MbOS: Windows XP SP2 with current updatesHarddrive: 71.2GB ST380013AS Harddrive. (Brand Is unknown)Here are some screenshots of my task manager. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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