I am so new to seedboxes.
I followed a very simplified guide on a private tracking site to install Quickbox through LiteServer.
It’s been working great for the last week or so since I set it all up, I began with about 60 torrents running.
Today I added about 80? And then it crashed. Just said “I’m noping out of this one” (Okay, it didn’t say anything, no warning messages, but I’m sure if it was a person, this is what it would say.)
My private tracker says that I “appear not connectable due to: connection refused”. It says I’m still seeding, but it looks like everything has stopped on the timers (minimum 72hr seed time in a 30 day period).
When I go to my quickbox dashboard, it looks like there is a lot of activity. The bandwith data is up and down with download and upload.
When I open Deluge Web the connection manager opens up. Status is offline. I click start daemon, it will briefly go online and then offline, I cannot connect to view any torrents in this brief space of time.
Going back to the Dashboard, (sorry to be all over the place I really have no idea here!) in the service control center it has DelugeD with a red dot next to it (the other 5 things listed all have green, and previously it was green).
How can I get connected again?
I’ve looked at other threads with similar issues, however, I get lost when a response is to "
/etc/apache2/sites-enabled" (an example of how seedbox illiterate I am!) so I know it’s a pain in the butt, but it really needs to be broken down for me. I am so sorry for the inconvenience.
Also, if there is anyway to fix this without losing my torrents, if I lose them my ratios will be severely messed up on the tracker.