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Hello everyone,

can you suggest the optimal settings for u Torrent ,  if I need a lot seeding 

 I have about 100 torrents and not all are active, with a very large memory load and it is constantly growing  .  is this normal or is there a solution to reduce consumption? except for the torrent, nothing is running, the pc has been rebooted .  memory loading occurs 5-10 minutes after the start of seed

 

 

 

*I will ask another question. 

 is it possible to somehow increase the upload speed? I usually have 600-800 mbps*  but I can't seed in torrent faster than 140-180 mbps*   .   The problem is not in the number of connections or those who want to download. There are more receivers than needed, just a traffic jam has formed somewhere and does not give speed

 

 

 

 

 

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I have the same issue even while seeding 50 torrents. Task manager shows uTor utilising a small amount of memory under "processes" but the actual used up RAM keeps increasing up to 13-14gb out of 16gb. 

No such issue occurs with qBittorrent. The only reason why I haven't switched over is because qBit connects to less than half the peers when trying to seed. 

uTor RAM/caching issue seems to be ongoing over several years, over half a decade! 

Reading around shows that uTor devs will blame windows caching but does anyone know of any settings we can adjust to prevent this from occurring? 

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17Mb/s is not too bad IMHO... :)

You can try with using my settings (see @ my sig), and change to unlimited (0) UL limit (like yours) and 25 upload slots/torrent (and make sure to re-configure your port # if needed).

What do you mean by "large memory load"?  Anyway, you can try with my exe with the LAA flag set  (see @ my sig too).

 

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  • 2 months later...
On 5/3/2021 at 10:56 PM, anda20 said:

Reading around shows that uTor devs will blame windows caching but does anyone know of any settings we can adjust to prevent this from occurring? 

One more w/a (lowering memory priority of utorrent in Windows cache), let me know if that helped over time:

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options\utorrent.exe][HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options\utorrent.exe\PerfOptions] "PagePriority"=dword:00000001
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You can in utorrent set your downloading and uploading que to allow so many download or upload reducing internet bandwidth loads. So have you looked at your settings to make changes to utorrent. That's where I would first look if you want to reduce your bandwidth loads.

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