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µTorrent 1.7 beta 2951

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uTorrent 1.7 1355, Windows Vista, ZyXEL P-660HW-D3, uPnP does not work:

[04:30:56] Unable to map UPnP Port.

[04:30:56] Unable to map NAT-PMP Port.

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your are right, it's realy so.

BTW -

1. [08:13:42] Unable to load "<NULL>": Torrent is already loaded! - is displayed w/o a name..

2. can you make the "del" ke work in the history tab ?

the RSS has been improved a lot since 1.6 , thanks.

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This may have been discussed already, but in these newest betas, is there any particular reason as to why UPnP random port mapping seems to be limited to lower (4-digit) port values whereas previous versions had values that ranged all the way up to the tens of thousands? Aside from that difference, UPnP presently works as well as v1.6 does on my Linksys WRT54GX4 router so keep up the nice work.

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AfghanEB: random port on startup uses port 0, which leaves the port chosen up to Windows. Windows chooses a port between 1024 and 5000.

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Is it possible to disable this feature? Advanced option maybe?

- Change: Force a re-check after download location change of a stopped torrent

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Build 1625 : I'm impressed to see the memory usage has decreased from few hundred MB to around 15MB. Great job developers, give yourselves a pat on the back, you guys definitely deserve it.

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UPnP now works fine for me, but it still maps ports on both routers, not only my gateway.

P.S.: why bt.limit_local_peers is default to true? I think that if you check "Enable local peer discovery" it should be false.

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krazyson : try enabling net.low_cpu?

If i enable ipfilter and disk read caching, it will jump to 50MB in just few minutes. Only by enabling "turn off read caching if upload is slow" and "remove old blocks from cache" will make it stable.

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Well, I had the CPU usage issue show up even with 1.6. Just made me think it was a Windows 2003 specific issue. :P It only happens when the UI is showing. What is your gui.update_rate set to?

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Well, two other crashes with the last version. Never had crashes with µTorrent until 1.7.x

I wonder what happened that the client is so unstable...

http://dongato.dyndns.org/tmp/uTorrent.zip if you want to see why it was the crash. I can tell you that it crashes while I reboot my ADSL modem and it crashes if I move a file from the directory without clearing it from file list first.

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I've got 2003 here too.. weird how the memory drops from 26 MB to 4MB when closing the UI. Then it goes back up again to ~20MB.

I had some other problems here too with rss feeds i guess.. when i disabled a couple of rss feeds (the ones that i hosted on the same pc) uTorrent wouldn't go up to 50% cpu (dual-core) and unlimited memory use anymore. I still need to test which one of the rss feeds it was, and if it's even caused by the rss feeds.

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