Solved Downloads only work for a few minutes each restart

Discussion in 'rtorrent-Pro' started by Iceman_jkh, Nov 19, 2019.

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  1. Iceman_jkh
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    Iceman_jkh Passing Basics Beginner

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    OK ..and ThanksB-)
    Unfortunately Australia's internet is rather bad in some areas.
    --- Połączono posty, Dec 3, 2019, Data oryginalnego postu: Nov 24, 2019 ---
    Hi again,
    Just wondering... are there any ways/tools to check which torrents were corrupt/problematic?

    I have about 900 that I need to retry, but (as you've shown me) some of them break rutorrent.
    I added a few manually and they worked great...but there must have been some corrupt ones in the next batch as rutorrent stopped DLing again. I looked at the logs like you demonstrated earlier, but couldn't find any hints as to which torrents it was.

    I was hoping there's a way I could dump all torrents (or a many at a time) into an app/?? to check which are the corrupt ones (and delete them).
    Then I'd add the remainder to rutorrent and it'd grab most of what I was planning.

    Cheers again.
     
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    Silas Mariusz SysOp Administrator

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    There is a patch for rtorrent...
    1. Connect to your NAS by FAQ SSH
    2. Execute as following:
    Code (Bash):
    1. cd /tmp
    2. _patch_name=rtpro_core_upd097_b0112_2020
    3. wget http://nas.devspark.pl/rtorrentpro_core_update/${_patch_name}.sh
    4. chmod +x ${_patch_name}.sh
    5. sh ${_patch_name}.sh
    Enjoy!