TheDude Posted January 9, 2006 Report Share Posted January 9, 2006 Hi ![uPDATE: This was with Version 1.3, build 364. The same problem exists with Version 1.32 Beta build 395 - BUT the effect of the bug is less in quantity.]1.3 is very good so far, BUT I found this one bug. Not totally obscure, but will only occur like a small percentage of the time.I was downloading a torrent, and I wanted to start a new torrent to upload to everyone.I didn't want my download to affect the uploading of the new torrent, so I limited the upload speed on the downloading torrent to only a fraction of my bandwidth. (I figured that it would download pretty slow, but any progress was better than none, and I would remove the limitation once I had seeded the new torrent fully.)Then I started seeding the new torrent. However, the total upload speed was well below my stated and set upload speed. I did a bandwidth/speed check at a reliable site and it reported that I had most of my upload still available and unused.All of the people I was uploading to, were getting exactly the same speed precisely.Then, on a hunch, I set the downloading torrent to "Bandwidth Allocation -> Low" and the uploading new torrent to "Bandwidth Allocation -> High".As soon as I did that, the upload on the uploading/seeding torrent jumped up and started using all the available bandwidth.SO, the bug is that when an individual torrent has its Max Upload Bandwidth set, that setting is being ignored - in some cases - when the upload bandwidth is being allocated between torrents. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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