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I was having this problem and Greg Hazel sent me a build that don't have the cpu bug. I don't know if its ok to post it here, so please ask him. (It was something about hairpin on routers, i think)

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I was wondering if anyone ever checked out the G2 Spec, it dates back from 2003 when this idea of using UDP as transport medium in P2P was first used.

http://g2.trillinux.org/index.php?title=UDP_Transceiver

Any tech heads willing to compare and contrast, and what is different?

I'm from Shareaza btw, just want to share my experience with udp based file transport. The only problem with UDP is that you can't have your cake and eat it too. The Shareaza client oft times never follows the Bandwidth limitations because of the dynamism of Network congestion, and the constantly changing downloaders and uploaders in the queue. So what I'm saying is that the trade-off seems to be control for a proper reflection of network conditions. Definately Shareaza doesn't have flow control ... more of a conditional connection states, briefly the criteria is shown on the spec relating to UDP found above.

EDIT: I wanted to say that the losing control for a more reliable connection is reflected in these current uTorrent betas. I also avidly use uTorrent, so I've noticed UDP never seems to fill up my upstream as an all TCP connection used to. Now I seem to average 59KB/s when on TCP I did 65KB/s ... really moot difference but still a 9% change.

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Theres a build that fixes the CPU bug O.O.

Well i reinstalled my 1.9 and its working now without 100% CPU but i`m sure it will happen again like a few days ago so would someone give me a fix?

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sounds very very promising.

bandwidth not being used when there's no other network activity has frequently been a reason for banging my head against the wall.

one question: how does this work behind a router, when other network devices might need bandwidth?

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was there any Brain damage ? ... ;) this doesn't work, since only the router (and not any individual PC application) can manage the network QoS/load .

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haha... some say there was rafi.

damn. i already thought so. I suppose there really isn't a way around it?

(pushing for the creative juices here... ;) )

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why don't you just wait like the rest of us ?... :) (you can get back to 1.8.2 for the time being like I did ...)

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I'm surprise that no newer build were released since december 24.

In the past we were used to get fixes more often and new build every 2 weeks or so.

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/Pats DreadWingKnight..

It's ok man.. I feel your pain, but if you kill him and tear him into little bits then we will have to get a bucket and brush.. and you remember what happened last time o.O

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