On Thursday 01 June 2006 16:30, nocturnal wrote: > Hi > > One thing i should have mentioned is that this only happens with > rtorrent. For example i can transfer in 10Mbit+(not much plus) from > work, where i have no bandwidth restriction, for hours without problems. > Using scp, i have not tried with ftp and very large files. When i > transfer large files from work with scp i can maintain a speed of > 10Mbit+ for long periods of times without problems. This problem has > only happened because of rtorrent using a lot of bandwidth. And as i > said earlier it happens when using less bandwidth to.
Is you computer behing a dsl modem/router which does NAT? Sometimes modem/routers cannot handle the number of connections torrents do and die. And most of the time you cannot have a clue, everything will look normal, but it won't do NAT. Also, what do mean when you say "net dies"? Do you mean internet dies or your LAN dies? > > > > Med vänliga hälsningar > > Stefan Midjich aka nocturnal > [Swehack] http://swehack.se > > Lowell Gilbert wrote: > > nocturnal <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes: > >> Not sure if this is already posted or already reported as a bug > >> because i honestly don't have time for those things. > >> > >> I have reproduced this problem a few times but it has some special > >> requirements. For example i download a torrent from a very fast peer > >> in the rtorrent client. I have reproduced this with both rTorrent > >> 0.4.5 - > >> libTorrent 0.8.5 and two earlier versions which i don't remember. My > >> friend is using the same versions as i am now and reported no problems > >> in the latest development versions, he only started using them > >> today. I have a 10/10Mbit connection at home and this happens when > >> rtorrent is downloading at max speed. It varies somewhere around > >> 7-10Mbit but never over 10Mbit by much. My friend only has a capacity > >> of 1Mbit but got the same problem. > >> > >> This is why i'm reporting this because if it turns out that this can > >> be reproduced by sending speciall crafted packets or packets in a > >> special order then i guess it's pretty serious. I highly doubt this > >> but still, a user process should not kill the net like rtorrent has > >> done. > >> > >> Both me and my friend were running FreeBSD 6.0 RELEASE when this > >> happened. > >> > >> I was not going to report this but a friend just told me he gets the > >> exact same results on FreeBSD 6.0 so i felt i should tell someone. > > > > Do you have good NICs? > > _______________________________________________ > email@example.com mailing list > http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions > To unsubscribe, send any mail to > "[EMAIL PROTECTED]" _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"