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Thread: OVH Windows Gbit

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    Ive just bought a OVH kimi Gbit

    Unitl now ive been running on a 100Mbit SP MAx which was good but after 7 months became very slow and kept on overloads

    Now im looking for help in setting this gbit up

    Whats the best client to handle the speeds and the perfect setting for it

    i tried running Ubuntu running but found it very confusing

    any help on setting etc on windows would be greatly appreciated

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    Ubuntu confusing ? Wtf
    Use 1 gbit on windows is not a good idea cuz getting some disk read error...
    so ppl usually using it on ubuntu or debian if you're thinking ubuntu confusing dont try debian
    about on windows and 1 gbit umm i think your max out and incoming will be around 20MB/s if you're lucky but i saw ppl who getting 70MB/s upload on ubuntu...

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    the best client is rtorrent, for linux. second best, utorrent for linux. third best, utorrent for windows.

    they didn't built Rome in one day

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    any ideas of the perfect configuration for utorrent?
    Im getting good speeds but overloading on large files is annoying

  5. BitTorrent   -   #5
    You must increase the cache file size. In uTorrent go to: Options --> Preferences --> Advanced --> Disk Cache --> "Override Automatic cache size and specify the size manually (MB):" Set it to 512Mb to forgot the Overload problems.

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    Last edited by Seedright; 10-14-2008 at 02:58 PM.

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    Deluge runns pretty good on windows. I did get better speed then with utorrent on my windows server.

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    ive tried getting the override auto already still getting overload on big files
    quite annoying
    probably just going to resell it and go back to the 100mbit

  8. BitTorrent   -   #8
    Maybe the problem comes from Windows, I have two Gbit's servers with Debian 4.0 etch and no problem with any of them.

    Seedright.

  9. BitTorrent   -   #9
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    now utorrent keeps on crashing all the time this is piss!
    deluge is hopefully the answer

  10. BitTorrent   -   #10
    debian rules!!

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