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6 hours ago, binhex said:

did this start happening with a specific tagged build?, what if you set vpn_enabled to no and download a linux iso, does it still cause the same issue?.

I first encountered this behaviour some months ago and cannot identify which build it started with.  The issue cannot be produced at will and seems to occur only after many days running.  What is certain is that the issue goes away after restarting the container.

 

With unreliability of electrical supply here in Philippines, it's not often that there is sufficient time of continuous running for the issue to raise its head.

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I have been using the container for a while, I just moved and changed ISP. When I run the container, no webGUI or Daemon, but when I disable the vpn it works fine. Any ideas? Log: https://pastebin.com/FXhwhKVd

 

 

 

 

Fixed, I was on a different subnet as the container and it did not recognize that I was local traffic

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Problem: Deluge plugin selection preferences not saving state between startup/shutdown

Background: Setting up Deluge + Sonarr + Radarr for the first time (new to Unraid and Dockers, but not completely new to Linux ... console is familiar to me).

I've got things running. Sonarr's happily plugging away, Deluge is downloading on command, Radarr will be next.

 

Detail: Problem I'm seeing is that the setup I'm following needs the "label" plugin. That works fine when enabled and Sonarr is sending the labels. But whenever I restart the Deluge docker ... it comes up with the Label (and Extractor) plugins disabled again to where I have to manually set them back on.

SOME preference states are saved fine between sessions. My Queue settings are definitely at the values I set rather than the defaults. It seems to just be the plugins that aren't staying enabled.

Any hints as to what I need to do?

PS. I found a post on a non-unraid forum where the user was recommended to use the "Connection Manager" "Stop Daemon" to stop the docker (in the case of Unraid this would be instead of using the "Stop" command on the Docker screen) to save preferences. However this gives an error and ... since other preferences are saving ... doesn't seem to apply here as a need.

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On 7/5/2020 at 7:02 PM, binhex said:

Guys this is going to be impossible for me to debug, as I have neither a fast internet connection or a 40 core CPU. Your best bet is to post this as a bug with deluge development and see if they think the issue is a bug in deluge.

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I dont think the amount of cores has any effect 'just me blowing my horn sorry' , it seems to be speed and file size related, i found files over 2 odd gigabytes as a single file were the issue and if the speed went over about 3-4 megabit then your CPU use peaks like madness

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On 7/2/2020 at 3:30 AM, SundarNET said:
On 6/30/2020 at 8:01 AM, MammothJerk said:

Created a completely new docker, no plugins, with same settings and adding only 6 torrents, downloading at 20-30MB/s im still maxing out my CPU.

I must agree it was fine for a day but now yup 100% again and its directly correlative to the download speed anything over 10mbit peaks CPU use thank you MammothJerk for that one!

and I keep complaining because my system is a quad xeon server with 40 physical cores and 40 HT cores and when you see that shit maxx out its worrying

im getting a little confused as to the speed that triggers the issue, is it 20-30+ Megabytes/s or is it 10+ Megabits/s, if its greater than 3 Megabytes/s then i will be unable to test this.

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I have two DeludgeVPN dockers,   I can no longer access the WebUI in either of them, but run command shows the WebUI started.   

2020-07-09 13:17:30,298 DEBG 'watchdog-script' stdout output:
[info] Starting Deluge Web UI...

2020-07-09 13:17:30,299 DEBG 'watchdog-script' stdout output:
[info] Deluge Web UI started

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21 hours ago, binhex said:

im getting a little confused as to the speed that triggers the issue, is it 20-30+ Megabytes/s or is it 10+ Megabits/s, if its greater than 3 Megabytes/s then i will be unable to test this.

I dont think the amount of cores has any effect 'just me blowing my horn sorry' , it seems to be speed and file size related, i found files over 2 odd gigabytes as a single file were the issue and if the speed went over about 3-4 megabit then your CPU use peaks like madness

 

Ive been shaping my large files down to 300 Kbytes and it seems to be ok. 'i know the difference between bits and bytes'

 

just add a large file over 2 gig as one file and let it go see what happens CPU should spike if speed goes over 300-400kBytes per second, I could be wrong but i did some decent trial and error to find out that

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I dont think the amount of cores has any effect 'just me blowing my horn sorry' , it seems to be speed and file size related, i found files over 2 odd gigabytes as a single file were the issue and if the speed went over about 3-4 megabit then your CPU use peaks like madness
 
Ive been shaping my large files down to 300 Kbytes and it seems to be ok. 'i know the difference between bits and bytes'
 
just add a large file over 2 gig as one file and let it go see what happens CPU should spike if speed goes over 300-400kBytes per second, I could be wrong but i did some decent trial and error to find out that
Ok great, thanks for clarifying.

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2 hours ago, binhex said:

Ok great, thanks for clarifying.

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if i get time later ill attempt to test this on other unraid servers I have access to as I just had a thought that it also could be xeon CPU related ?possibly, I can't recall if its been reported by other non Xeon users

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Just now, SundarNET said:

if i get time later ill attempt to test this on other unraid servers I have access to as I just had a thought that it also could be xeon CPU related ?possibly, I can't recall if its been reported by other non Xeon users

tbh i suspect that will be the case, we shall see!...

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Just now, binhex said:

tbh i suspect that will be the case, we shall see!...

i was going to jam a fresh install on an old AMD 8 core box i have kicking around and then we will know for sure

I also have to add I love your work most of the  stuff I use is yours

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you don't need physical access for troubleshooting stuff like that do you ?

I could just make you an account and give you access to my server if you wanna have a looky 

PM me if you like

either way im still gonna do the AMD thingy later

 

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5 hours ago, SundarNET said:

just add a large file over 2 gig as one file and let it go see what happens CPU should spike if speed goes over 300-400kBytes per second, I could be wrong but i did some decent trial and error to find out that

ok i have run a download of a 34GB single file at an average speed of 2.5MB/s with zero cpu spikes, this was running for 2 hours so i do suspect one of the following is the issue:-

 

1. cpu related - it could well be a bug in the deluge app that is triggered by certain family of processor - for ref im running a AMD Ryzen 7 2700X
 

2. storage related - i dont know if you have a cache pool setup or not?, if so it could be a BTRFS issue, BTRFS in my past experience is not the most stable filesystem and i have seen strange yo-yo effect when downloading, and whilst this shouldn't impact CPU, its still possible due to software raid calculations, try writing to a non cache pool device.

 

3. issue randomly triggered - as noted by @PeterB the issue normally is triggered '...only after many days running', so its still possible it may of triggered later on on my system.

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10 minutes ago, binhex said:

ok i have run a download of a 34GB single file at an average speed of 2.5MB/s with zero cpu spikes, this was running for 2 hours so i do suspect one of the following is the issue:-

 

1. cpu related - it could well be a bug in the deluge app that is triggered by certain family of processor - for ref im running a AMD Ryzen 7 2700X
 

2. storage related - i dont know if you have a cache pool setup or not?, if so it could be a BTRFS issue, BTRFS in my past experience is not the most stable filesystem and i have seen strange yo-yo effect when downloading, and whilst this shouldn't impact CPU, its still possible due to software raid calculations, try writing to a non cache pool device.

 

3. issue randomly triggered - as noted by @PeterB the issue normally is triggered '...only after many days running', so its still possible it may of triggered later on on my system.

i have BTRFS cache but not using 

and will keep note of the running for a few days when testing

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18 hours ago, fmp4m said:

I have two DeludgeVPN dockers,   I can no longer access the WebUI in either of them, but run command shows the WebUI started.   

2020-07-09 13:17:30,298 DEBG 'watchdog-script' stdout output:
[info] Starting Deluge Web UI...

2020-07-09 13:17:30,299 DEBG 'watchdog-script' stdout output:
[info] Deluge Web UI started

 

Ok,   I have reloaded both dockers, and still can not access the WebUI for them,  There is no error indicating why I can not access.  One box is on 6.9.0-beta24 and the other is on stable.  Any ideas of what I can look at?  I verified the correct port and protocol.  I simply can not access the WebUI as if it wasn't there, but it shows it started.

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4 hours ago, fmp4m said:

 

Ok,   I have reloaded both dockers, and still can not access the WebUI for them,  There is no error indicating why I can not access.  One box is on 6.9.0-beta24 and the other is on stable.  Any ideas of what I can look at?  I verified the correct port and protocol.  I simply can not access the WebUI as if it wasn't there, but it shows it started.

This was either my fault or the beta enabled a feature I did not expect causing loss of LAN connectivity due to misrouting.  

 

Under Docker Settings (Array stopped)

Host access to custom networks:

Enabled

Preserve user defined networks:

Yes

 

was corrected to:

Host access to custom networks:

Disabled

Preserve user defined networks:

No

 

And now I have access again.

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version 2.0.4dev23

Windows 10

Chrome

 

A few days ago I had to quickly add some torrents to uTorrent instead of Deluge, so I re-associated .torrent files with uTorrent. I right clicked the .torrent file, and saved it to a folder. Then I right clicked the file and chose to open with uTorrent. Now I'm done with that project, I'd like to go back to the old way of adding torrents to Deluge. 

 

Before I would hold ctrl and left click the .torrent file. This process would save the file to /data/add, then the AutoAdd thing would start the torrent in Deluge. That doesn't work anymore. I've added the extension delugesiphon, but it's an extra step. Yes, I'm whining about one click... ;) 

 

What am I doing wrong here?

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5 hours ago, jeff.lebowski said:

version 2.0.4dev23

Windows 10

Chrome

 

A few days ago I had to quickly add some torrents to uTorrent instead of Deluge, so I re-associated .torrent files with uTorrent. I right clicked the .torrent file, and saved it to a folder. Then I right clicked the file and chose to open with uTorrent. Now I'm done with that project, I'd like to go back to the old way of adding torrents to Deluge. 

 

Before I would hold ctrl and left click the .torrent file. This process would save the file to /data/add, then the AutoAdd thing would start the torrent in Deluge. That doesn't work anymore. I've added the extension delugesiphon, but it's an extra step. Yes, I'm whining about one click... ;) 

 

What am I doing wrong here?

I set it up so that whenever I download a .torrent file and place it into a specific folder. Deluge automatically grabs it. It's the autoadd plugin. Just map a folder and download all your .torrent files into that folder. 

 

https://prnt.sc/tfvue8  preferences

https://prnt.sc/tfvuno  watch folder

 

I put mine in the torrent folder directory I have so it already starts in the data directory. In that folder I have a complete, incomplete, extracted and tors folder. I just put the .torrent files in the tors folder. Deluge does the rest.

 

Hope that helps.

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I have an issue of my own though. My max download speed won't exceed 5MiB/s even though my nzb's cap at 120MB/s. I'm routing through privateinternetaccess but I can't imagine them being that slow. I've tried with several torrents including downloading a ubuntu distro which I know should be blazing fast and it wouldn't exceed 8MiB/s. Is there something I'm doing wrong?

 

Thanks.

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Hello, wondering if someone can help me out, just built a server this week for media/game server/tbd. I'm an extreme novice at the moment. I installed deluge and got everything working. I created a share called downloads that I would like to be able to use going forward, however I also would like to be able to seed files from my media share, which deluge does not have access to.

 

I tried to add a second host path for /media, but when I put /data as the container path, I get a mounting error for having multiple /data paths. I want to keep the media and download shares separate for permissions/security reasons. How can I add a second folder to seed from?

 

Really appreciate any help/education

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On 7/9/2020 at 11:26 AM, binhex said:

im getting a little confused as to the speed that triggers the issue, is it 20-30+ Megabytes/s or is it 10+ Megabits/s, if its greater than 3 Megabytes/s then i will be unable to test this.

My internet speed is 1000/1000 megabit and unraid is showing 100% CPU on transfers around 20-30 megabytes, if i cap the speed to around 10 megabytes my CPU is fine.

 

I'm using a btrfs cache pool, i was going to change it in the next unraid release but i should be fine with a bit lower space until then. I'll change it to xfs and see what happens.

 

I'm indeed using a Xeon CPU as well.

 

Tried installing unraid on an old pc running a 4770k and im DLing at around 30 megabytes/s and i'm not seeing any CPU spikes. Though since it's a completely different system and CPU is not the only thing being different im not sure how valuable this information is.

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I’ve been delaying upgrading from Deluge v1 while I wait for plugins to get updated. Mostly the AutoRemovePlus plugin. I know at some point I’m going to need to bite the bullet and go ahead and upgrade to avoid possible issues with other dockers such as Sonarr and Radarr. I’m wondering if other people are using AutoRemovePlus successfully with current versions of Deluge? If so, which builds (I’ve seen a few)? What did you have to do to get them installed and working properly?

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On 7/11/2020 at 8:18 PM, MammothJerk said:

My internet speed is 1000/1000 megabit and unraid is showing 100% CPU on transfers around 20-30 megabytes, if i cap the speed to around 10 megabytes my CPU is fine.

 

I'm using a btrfs cache pool, i was going to change it in the next unraid release but i should be fine with a bit lower space until then. I'll change it to xfs and see what happens.

 

I'm indeed using a Xeon CPU as well.

 

Tried installing unraid on an old pc running a 4770k and im DLing at around 30 megabytes/s and i'm not seeing any CPU spikes. Though since it's a completely different system and CPU is not the only thing being different im not sure how valuable this information is.

Good news, i split up my cache and changed the filesystem to xfs, now downloading for 15~minutes @ 50megabytes/second and my cpu is sitting at around 40% with periodical 100% spikes on any of the cores, which is pretty normal usage.

 

@SundarNET do you reckon the btrfs cache pool was your issue as well? perhaps your appdata folder is stored on the cache pool?

 

edit: i've actually noticed that all of my dockers are more responsive now, definitely seems to be an issue with btrfs cache pool...

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