Linux Terminal Tricks Disabling FloodUI to free up some CPU & RAM memory resources in QNAP

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  1. Silas Mariusz
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    Please upgrade rtorrent to 0.9.7-A212, where Flood UI service can be enabled/disabled from the settings.

    1. Using FAQ SSH please connect to your NAS

    2. Stop rtorrent-Pro:
      Code (Bash):
      1. /etc/init.d/rtorrent.sh stop
    3. Change system platform in header of rtorrent.sh and set PLATFORM=x86_64_wo_flood
      • Display current header:
        Code (Bash):
        1. head -n 6 /etc/init.d/rtorrent.sh
      • To change PLATFORM execute that command:
        Code (Bash):
        1. sed -i /etc/init.d/rtorrent.sh -e "s:PLATFORM=x86_64:PLATFORM=x86_64_wo_flood:"
      • Check if the new setting was applied correctly:
        Code (Bash):
        1. head -n 6 /etc/init.d/rtorrent.sh
    4. Start rtorrent-Pro again
      Code (Bash):
      1. /etc/init.d/rtorrent.sh start
    Please note:
    flood_ui.
    This will not work anymore!
     
    Last edited: Feb 14, 2020
  2. Silas Mariusz
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    Silas Mariusz SysOp Administrator

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    QNAP:
    TS-x77
    Ethernet:
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    TS-x77 1 GbE
    Please upgrade rtorrent to 0.9.7-A212, where Flood UI service can be enabled/disabled from the settings.
     
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