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  1. From my understanding, rTorrent itself isn't actually crashing and is running fine behind the scenes. ruTorrent is the part having issues. But when you can't see rTorrent, it's a problem. (I know you can use the actual rTorrent to see things, but ruTorrent is 1000x easier.)
  2. I'm getting a lot of rutorrent timeout errors and login issues with my image. I have about 1100 torrents running currently. I know stability is an issue with rutorrent historically. I've even read and attempted some of the fixes on the tuning website: Performance Tuning I've not been able to find anything that really solves this problem yet. I saw one person recommend the arch-rtorrentvpn image as being more stable. Debating about giving that a go. Are there any things you guys or anyone has been able to do to manage a high torrent load and still have rutorrent be functional? I'd like to go even high in torrent count, but until it's stable I know it will be an issue. Thanks!
  3. Thank you, I'll hook up the monitor tomorrow to the server and try that out. I had no idea.
  4. I don't see that option other than QXL under the VNC display box. My 2630's have no onboard video at all so it's just the VNC option.
  5. So I'm tired of trying to use VM's that are scaled awfully and look terrible when I remote in to them. Would it make sense to get a cheap GPU just to be able to better see the VM when I'm using it? Thanks!
  6. I'm not sure if it's airvpn related or not. I ended up starting from scratch again last night, as the ratiocolor plugin messes the whole docker up. All I did was use the udp server from airvpn. I turned off autodl and turned on privoxy and the VPN. I put my login information for airvpn's website in the vpn fields. It is working for whatever reason.
  7. Well, of all the damnedest things in the world, it decided to just start working. Only issue I'm having now is that the UDP trackers error out. That may be a AirVPN issue, as I don't see an option to tell it to let me use both UDP and TCP ports. Looks like you have to pick one or the other. But what's strange is that the OVPN file I used is a UDP port. And the port I have forwarded, which shows as open on their website, is both TCP and UDP. But hey, at least we're working now! https://pastebin.com/Kp0dgAQG Now if I can just figure out the ratiocolor plugin. https://github.com/Gyran/rutorrent-ratiocolor
  8. No VLANS. I do have pfsense. It works and shows the port as correctly forwarded without the VPN. Could this still be an issues? I'll double check on the adblocker but it should be off on unraid pages. The macvlan thing, is that what I set it to to have a reverse proxy? I use nginxproxymanager for this. I also have a wireguard connection for remote access. I wondered if that might not be causing issues. It was all working a while back with all of these things being the same, so I'm just not sure what changed.
  9. The internal IP or my actual ISP IP?
  10. I can! Incidentally, the port check plugin is still erroring out though.
  11. Here's the pastebin: I had to turn privoxy off as well to get it to load up. And it still threw these errors over autodl for some reason. I deleted the config file, deleted the opvn files, and turned off the vpn completely.
  12. So I deleted it and started it over with the VPN off and it loaded fine. I turned AirVPN back on and it's the same result, rTorrent won't start. I'll do it again and post a log when I get home.