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well, if you look only at the numbers... try look at the code/bugs, there is now the older code in 1.9 ... ;)

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@The Mighty Buzzard: We can't reproduce that memory leak in wine. Does it happen consistently for you? How long do you have to run it for to reach 400 MB? Is there anything in your setup that it is correlated to?

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DL limiter - seems to work nice (trans_disposition=15), though with calc_overhead = true, it's a bit off (unless the graph intends to show the data rate w/o the overhead)

UL limiter - shows nicely, but the data rate *including * the overhead is like 4-6K higher.

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Did something change in the settings dialog around target ratio entry? In the past it would give a little balloon tip if you tried to enter a decimal (ie. 200.1 to avoid 1.99 float rounding thing) now it appears to work, even pressing apply - but it just goes truncates the value. (eg. u type in 201.9 it will save as 201)

It doesn't seem broken as such, just different. *resists urge to request features*

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@arvid: Yep, takes between a couple hours and overnight but it always happens. Also happens with uT 1.8.2 though, so I'm thinking it may very well be a wine bug or something else peculiar to this particular box.

It could very well be a pain to track down though being as I noticed this the weekend after a wine update, uT update, kernel update, and migration to an encrypted ext4 /home partition. You'd think I'd know by now to let major changes sit for a while to see if they screwed anything up before making another but apparently I don't always.

I'll try a few different wine versions this weekend and cross my fingers.

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I don't know if this has been reported but I don't feel like reading through eight pages.

When 1.8.3 is running Firefox (and IE) can have problems surfing the web, usually getting "Firefox can not find XXX" and such error messages. There was no problem with 1.8.3.

Any tips?

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Bandwith huh? I'm sure it's not because uTorrent is using all my bandwith. Right now it's only using 100 kB/s down and 60 kB/S up, and I got a much faster connection than that. And besides, it doesn't help if I pause all torrents, only if I close uTorrent.

Oops I didn't see you were asking a question lol.. Upload max. is 60, no max on download, and the last three is 750, 100, 100. I'm gonna try changing them now then.

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Ok, here's the version combinations I've tried and the result after leakiness or not became clear. Wine 1.0.1 comes from the official ubuntu repo (proposed) and the 1.1.x versions come from winehq's repo. I'll try and narrow down the highest version that doesn't have an issue.

wine 1.1.18 + uT 1.8.3 (15104): leaked like hell, up to 800+M overnight

wine 1.1.18 + uT 1.8.2: leaked like above but shut it down after it passed 200M

wine 1.0.1 + uT 1.8.3 (15104): overnight and only 24M

wine 1.1.15 + uT 1.8.3 (15104): leaked enough that i called fail at 110M

wine 1.1.0 + uT 1.8.3 (15104): overnight 21M

wine 1.1.10 + uT 1.8.3 (15104): called fail after 3 hours at 89M

wine 1.1.5 + uT 1.8.3 (15104): five hours 20M

wine 1.1.6 + uT 1.8.3 (15104): 13 hours 20M

wine 1.1.7 + uT 1.8.3 (15104): 25 hours 21M

wine 1.1.8 + uT 1.8.3 (15104): 4 hours 86M

Guess 1.1.7 is as high as I'll be going until I find out what's causing the leak.

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I have now put in the numbers for a 768 kbit/sec connection and it didn't help.

It seems that Steam looses connection too while Winamp does not.

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RaptorM3,

Have you tried disabling UPnP, NAT-PMP, DHT, LPD, Resolve IPs?

...and lowering both bt.connect_speed and net.max_halfopen to half their default values?

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Now that you mention it, I actually did enable UPnP some time ago..

It's fixed now, thanks. Now I'll just enable them one by one to see which one does it, right?

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Turned off uTP (traspdisp=5 from 13 before) today because I was up to 700+ active connections reported on my DD-WRT Status page and my WLMessenger connection was dropping every 10 or 15 minutes. Now I'm back down between 300-400 and all is well. This is with 3 torrents having a per torrent peer limit of 100, a global connection limit of 600, and neither upload or download anywhere close to my limits. Very weird stuff.

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1.8.3 Has Fixed All of the Bugs I had with Vista & 1.8.2, THX!

When will this release be finalized? Some trackers won't recognize betas :(

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Is anyone working on making bundles have non-corrupt signatures? Or is it not important enough / noone cares?

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fowl: for multiple reasons, we don't want to sign the .exe after bundling, and after a little investigation, we could not find a simple way to bundle without corrupting the signature's integrity. Any useful suggestions to doing this would be appreciated.

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I see no reason to not get out with 1.9 once 1.8.3 is tested (good...) , and the new code is back ported to it... the major change will then be the initiation of uTP caused by different default settings in 1.9

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This is the about box on drugs. Wait. No. Just in Korean.

I'm not literate in Korean btw, was just messing about.

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