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µTorrent 2.0 released

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This 2.0 is technically newer, but you must've enabled beta updates. Beta updates are considered newer, even if the build number is older.

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After update to 2.0 build 18296 uTorrent is consuming 50% of processing power, my processor is Intel Core 2 Duo T9300 and it surely haven't consumed that much before. This is a problem, how can I downgrade?

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I know that this happened after upgrade, and the uTorrent process is consuming a lot of resources, this is not normal. How do you propose to troubleshoot this?

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they'll kill me here, but have to say it anyway - "statistically" that explains it... :( search the forums... (is the speed-graph on when it happens ?)

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Speed graph is always on.

But I think the problem is in my router, recently I bought a Linksys WRT120N router and with this router I have the problems, with my old router I have no problems.

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The tracker is reporting garbage, that's for sure, but I'm surprised uTorrent doesn't clamp the value down to something sane. :P

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always blame it on the tracker... :P

@DWK: was the cluster issue for OOo_3.1.1_Win32Intel_install_en-US.exe OpenOffice trackers fixed? I still get unmatched peers #s from most trackers (seed #s are OK) . Especially this one, that shows 1 on the tracker's tab and ~180 on the main view.

Name Status Update In Seeds Peers Interval Min Interval Downloaded

http://clients-tracker.enlist-a-distro.net:9800/announce scrape ok 302 1 30m 0s 25m 0s 0

fyi

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>>No, and don't put the extra lines between the trackers for openoffice torrents. You're causing a DoS attack.

Are you serious? How?

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By putting them in separate tiers (that's what the extra newline does), uTorrent will connect to ALL OF THEM at once.

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Should ALL trackers be in a single tier? I was under the impression that trackers on different namespaces (domains) should be in separate tiers.

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Openoffice torrents run on a linked tracker cluster.

I know this because I helped set it up.

Announcing to all the trackers is a complete and utter waste of resources for both you as a downloader and us as tracker administrators.

And no, different domains is NOT the deciding factor for wether or not trackers need to be in separate tiers.

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So in short... unless there's a specific reason to separate them (my guess would be private trackers?), keep them in the same tier?

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