Rtorrent timed out


#1

Hi,
Since i upgrade my Quickbox and re installed Rutorrent im getting this error ( request to rtorrent timed out )
Any idea why is that. Before upgrading i never had this problem.


#2

In terminal run
sudo su
systemctl restart [email protected]


#3

thanks

systemctl restart [email protected] server user name ?.service


#4

the username you login with


#5

i did what you mentioned but still im getting that error


#6

What does systemctl status [email protected] show?

Remember to change USERNAME in the above string with your own username.


#7

Could you please check the screenshot. I still have the same issue


#8

That screenshot states that your ruTorrent is running just fine. This is simply too general and/or cannot be reproduced. If it’s timing out, this could be a matter of connection to the server or you have some very sluggish hardware.

What is the result of:

dd if=/dev/zero of=test.data bs=1M count=1000 conv=fdatasync;rm test.data

#9

I think the key here is the statement that they reinstalled rutorrent. My guess is the scgi ports are mismatched. rtorrent is fine, rutorrent cant talk to rtorrent.


#10

rTorrent seems started :thumbsup:

Could you please clear your cache from your browser ?
Test ruTorrent from another web browser ?

Could you give us the result of this command (please hide your username) :
ps -ef | grep rtorrent

And could you please add this few lines to the .rtorrent.rc (nano /home/YourUser/.rtorrent.rc) file just before the “END HERE” :

log.open_file = "rtorrent.log", (cat,/tmp/rtorrent.log.,(system.pid))                                                                                                          
log.add_output = "info", "rtorrent.log"                                                                                                                                        
log.add_output = "error", "rtorrent.log"                                                                                                                                       
log.add_output = "critical", "rtorrent.log"                                                                                                                                    
log.add_output = "notice", "rtorrent.log"                                                                                                                                      
log.add_output = "warn", "rtorrent.log"                                                                                                                                        
#log.add_output = "debug", "rtorrent.log"

Restart rTorrent : sudo systemctl restart [email protected]
And show us the /tmp/rtorrent.{PID}.log (PID = number, you should have one file per rtorrent restart)

Thanks!

PS : @JMSolo, I don’t see any log file set in my rtorrent.rc, it is somewhere I didn’t see ?


#11

By default we haven’t included logs within the rtorrent.rc as these can grow bulky real fast. This can however be added to the bottom of the users .rtorrent.rc file and just above the line # -- END HERE --. Be sure to create the /home/$USERNAME/log directory first.

# ------ BEGIN LOG FILE CREATION ------
log.open_file = "rtorrent", ~/log/rtorrent.log
log.open_file = "tracker", ~/log/tracker.log
log.open_file = "storage", ~/log/storage.log

log.add_output = "info", "rtorrent"
log.add_output = "critical", "rtorrent"
log.add_output = "error", "rtorrent"
log.add_output = "warn", "rtorrent"
log.add_output = "notice", "rtorrent"
log.add_output = "debug", "rtorrent"

log.add_output = "dht_debug", "tracker"
log.add_output = "tracker_debug", "tracker"

log.add_output = "storage_debug", "storage"
# ------ END LOG FILE CREATION ------

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