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  1. The bittorent eat my RAM. I disable all ☑ in ""кеширование" (chaching), but problem still not die. I was try to edit the registry by the code: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options\BitTorent.exe] [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options\BitTorent.exe\PerfOptions] "IoPriority"=dword:00000000 "PagePriority"=dword:00000001 But the problem began harder: now chace in RAM not dissapeare when shutdown bittorrent. How to really fully disable chaching?!
  2. Hello Sir, there is a question in my mind searching for 2 month in the internet but never get a answer of it. please help me to know the answer of my question. we have small ISP network and setup a torrent cache server provided by a company which working so nicely. but the system is very costly so we want to implement the same thing to save some money so that we can provide more cheap internet service to our client. they have setup a Private IP route in our core route route to 103.xx.XX.103 103.xx.XX.103 is cache server ip and also added those private ip to the server to my question how client are getting private ip at the time of downloading and uploading the torrent? check the image of the torrent client they are not using local peer discovery protocol. the IP are coming from a tracker which is added to a magnet link whenever client download the torrent they get peer from private ip The idea of cache is very simple they are using multiple libtorrent instances to save thousands of torrent in the server requesting you to solve my question thank you
  3. At the beginning bittorrent client downloads a large file without a problem, but as soon as the cache gets filed up, the download speed gets capped to 9.7-10kbps. Why isn't it fixed yet? Why isn't cache getting auto-released/flushed/send to the disc? Also, file is being downloaded into an external flash drive, because as far as I know, frequent write/read lessens SSD's lifespan. In other words, torrenting in SSD = bad, use external disc for torrenting, okay? A little bit offtopic, but how do I access advanced preferences? The latest version has small settings.