On Sat, Dec 01, 2007 at 10:14:27PM -0600, ruggeri@uchicago.edu wrote:
> >Date: Sun, 2 Dec 2007 07:48:20 +1300
> >From: Jonathan Chen
> >> I have since reformatted my computer. I began using deluge
> >> again a couple weeks ago, but am again experiencing
> >> spontaneous reboots, now when using deluge (I don't have
> >> rtorrent installed). I don't get any message in
> >> /var/logs/messages (is there a way to make the computer log
> >> more? Are there other logs I should check?). In general the
> >> file system needs to be cleaned after the reboot.

> >
> >There's a bug in the kernel with 6-STABLE with Bittorrent

> clients that
> >use multiple threads. This includes the latest deluge and azureus
> >ports. I've filed a PR for this:
> >
> > http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=117717
> >
> >but it's been getting no love from the developers. You could try
> >poking freebsd-stable@ for help.

>
> Thanks a lot, that sounds like it could very well be the
> problem. I don't think it's a physical hardware problem,
> because I have no problem using bittorrent in Windows, and the
> behavior went away (previously) when switching from rTorrent
> to an older version of Deluge.
>
> I don't think I have the dmesg from after the crash anymore --
> I don't want to replicate it because I'm kind of worried that
> something will go terribly wrong with the disk...
>
> Is there a bittorrent client someone would like to recommend?


If you could downgrade to deluge-0.5.5, that was the last one that
worked.

Cheers.
--
Jonathan Chen
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