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single torrents being set in queue
#1
hi 

I have been using vuze for a couple of years now without any problems, but after a recently new installed ssd, im experiencing that a few torrents are being set i queue, and therefore i get a hit n run status on my tracker. Its weird because im using the exact same settings as before the new installation of the ssd, and as i wrote its only a few torrents out of for example 10-20 torrents its doing it with? Below i have listed what i hope are enough for someone to give an advice on what to do.
  • Operating System and version : windows 7 home premium 64 bit
  • The text from the 'System' area : Java 1.8.0_45
     Oracle Corporation
    SWT v4508, win32
    Windows 7 v6.1, x86
    V5.6.0.0/4 az3
  • Antivirus software + version : Norton Internet security 2015
  • Firewall software + version : Norton Internet Security 2015
  • Internet Service Provider and following information (if problem seems to be with connections)
  • Using a Router and/or modem with Network Address Translation? Answers: Yes, No, Unknown
    • If 'Yes' above, have you forwarded a port for Azureus? (See AzWiki - NAT Problem
    • If 'Unknown' or 'Yes,' give us thd models for your router and/or modem.
  • Using a Wireless Connection? Answers: Yes, No
    • If yes above, have you tried a wired connection instead?
      • Wireless connections with Vuze are known to cause problems when the connection drops
  • Do the Health status on your torrents have Green smilies? Green and blue smileys
  • Post anything you've already tried to fix the problem : Under the settings advanced - tracker - client - connection timeout seconds ( in the column i have typed in as many 9 numbers as possible. Under the settings advanced - queue - maximum at the same time downloads (0=unlimited) in the column i have typed 0, in the column highest numbers of active torrents at the same time i have typed 0 as unlimited. Its a private tracker im using so i have disabled decentraliced tracking too..
Best regards from nobody
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Once a download is complete it will go into a queued state by default if there are no peers downloading it - it will 'wake up' back into seeding when peers come along

If you want to avoid this 'zero peers' queueing then go to 

Tools->Options->Queue->Seeding->First Priority

and change the 'zero peers' ignoring thing.
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(04-29-2015, 04:38 PM)'parg' Wrote: Once a download is complete it will go into a queued state by default if there are no peers downloading it - it will 'wake up' back into seeding when peers come along

If you want to avoid this 'zero peers' queueing then go to 

Tools->Options->Queue->Seeding->First Priority

and change the 'zero peers' ignoring thing.

 



Hi and thank you very very much for your reply.

Im not 100 % sure about what you want me to do, do you want me to uncheck the box where it says torrents with 0 peers?

Best regards from nobody
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