Deluge Torrent Slow Speed

I'm worried by the low, low speed of version 1.0.3. I set Deluge to use up ALL available bandwidth, and it is about 4-5 times SLOWER than version 0.5. What can I change? Usually, with my not-so-great ADSL connection, I managed 150 Kib/s; now I'm barely up to 30 - a huge step backward! I once even wrote ( ) an article on Deluge, ending with 'There are dozens of BitTorrent clients available, but if you're looking for one that both is powerful and has a small footprint, consider Deluge.'

I've noticed that anytime I'm downloading a large torrent in deluge, it will start. At a normal speed, but after a few hours it will slow down again.

Now, I wouldn't recommend Deluge to anybody - it's easily at the bottom of the list in terms of speed! Why is that so? And, more important. What can I do? Sorry, but I'm not buying this. I deleted all the configuration files after getting such bad results, installed Deluge again, and got the default parameters suggested at the link. I set the maximum connections to 100 (and then even to 50), and the upload speed to 3 maximum, and total speed is still about one fourth or one fifth of what it used to be.

I don't believe either that this is a matter of taking overhead into account - the fact is that it took about 8 hours to download something that used to take just a bit over an hour. And, I did several experiments, on different days, and it was always the same. (Unhappily, the graph plugin isn't there, though the site says all plugins are included with the client. What gives?) So, I'm guessing the real problem is that somebody goofed up quite seriously when doing the big code changes from version 0.5 to 1.0, and that isn't being accepted. Face it, Deluge went from being the top program in terms of speed, to being the worst of the pile! Since I started having so many problems with Deluge, I went back to old alternatives like KTorrent, which now shines in comparison (!!!). Please, do give this problem a look, and stop blaming the 'protocol overhead' - that cannot be causing such a slowdown.

Fkereki wrote:I did delete all configuration files (see above) and I worked with just ONE or TWO downloads at the same time. I tried both maximizing and minimizing the upload top speed, while keeping the download top speed at the maximum. The best download speed I could get was about a third of what I used to get with version 0.5 - and I'm measuring it by the download time, and not by whatever it says on screen: downloads that were finished in an hour, now take at least three hours to finish. Perhaps your upstream limit is too restricted and it's causing your download speed to suffer. You should be allocating at least 5% of your expected download speed for your upload limit. Fkereki wrote:I did delete all configuration files (see above) and I worked with just ONE or TWO downloads at the same time. I tried both maximizing and minimizing the upload top speed, while keeping the download top speed at the maximum.

Perhaps your upstream limit is too restricted and it's causing your download speed to suffer. You should be allocating at least 5% of your expected download speed for your upload limit. When I set the upload speed to maximum, it was 10% of the download speed (my ADSL is really quite Asymmetric!) and results were as bad as in other cases. What bothers me the most is that Deluge 0.5 worked excellently well, and I cannot get even close to it with Deluge 1.0.

Unfortunately I am having the same problems. Not to offend, but I doubt that 'overheads' are going to cause me speed differences like 750KB/s on Transmission to 40KB/s on Deluge with the same set of torrents. Not a scientific test mind you, but things should be closer than that.

I deleted my entire Deluge configuration in hopes that would fix it too. I too have great respect for this client and would normally move on without any sort of feedback. There is something wrong for an (apparently) small group of people using this client. There must be something common with this group, though I couldn't say what it is.

Oh my God I have no idea why but it worked perfectly! I was unable to download anything with utorrent since I started using PIA VPN a week ago, and I had been trying for hours to solve the issue, but since I did what you wrote it works like it's supposed to! I wasn't using a proxy, I just started PIA Manager then utorrent (with the port forwarding rightly configured), and nothing would download. But now I am downloading just fine, thanks to those two checkboxes I have unchecked. I am so happy to have finally found a solution that I created an user account just to confirm to anyone needing it that your solution does indeed work! I don't get the technicality, but it works. Thanks for sharing!

For anyone using Deluge, get the ItConfig plugin and enable it. Then in Preferences ItConfig: - check Apply settings on startup - check enableincomingutp and remove the checkmark from the Setting column - check enableoutgoingutp and remove the checkmark from the Setting column Click OK. Restart Deluge (and the daemon if you're using it). Restarting might not be necessary, but in my case the download speed didn't seem to change without restarting. There's also a setting called ratelimitutp, but only disabling this didn't have any effect when I tested it.

Also, I couldn't find any setting related to bandwidth management and utp. So just disabling utp as described above seems the only way to go. Works like a charm though! Thanks for sharing! For anyone using Deluge, get the ItConfig plugin and enable it. Then in Preferences ItConfig: - check Apply settings on startup - check enableincomingutp and remove the checkmark from the Setting column - check enableoutgoingutp and remove the checkmark from the Setting column Click OK. Restart Deluge (and the daemon if you're using it).

Restarting might not be necessary, but in my case the download speed didn't seem to change without restarting. There's also a setting called ratelimitutp, but only disabling this didn't have any effect when I tested it. Also, I couldn't find any setting related to bandwidth management and utp. So just disabling utp as described above seems the only way to go. Works like a charm though! You are awesome.

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I was wondering why my connection was so poor. To anyone that needs to download ltconfig go here. Thanks for sharing! For anyone using Deluge, get the ItConfig plugin and enable it. Then in Preferences ItConfig: - check Apply settings on startup - check enableincomingutp and remove the checkmark from the Setting column - check enableoutgoingutp and remove the checkmark from the Setting column Click OK. Restart Deluge (and the daemon if you're using it). Restarting might not be necessary, but in my case the download speed didn't seem to change without restarting.

There's also a setting called ratelimitutp, but only disabling this didn't have any effect when I tested it. Also, I couldn't find any setting related to bandwidth management and utp. So just disabling utp as described above seems the only way to go. Works like a charm though!

Thanks Mushroom for the recommendation. Unfortunately it not only doesn't help speed up downloads with Deluge 1.3.13 on Mac OSX Sierra, enabling ltconfig at all will prevent Deluge from seeing any peers at all. It also makes it very unstable (had to force quit twice). It's very possible, however, that ltconfig will work fine with previous OSX versions and turn Deluge into a speedy beast over VPN. One valuable thing I learned from this exercise is that uTP doesn't play well with PIA, at least in its current iteration (I don't recall having these incredibly slow downloads in the past). The slowdown has nothing to do with the PIA app either, since I avoid it whenever possible.

Much experience has taught me that the PIA app is garbage and over time has only gotten worse. So I use Viscosity instead (OpenVPN app). Using a bittorrent app that permits disabling uTP is absolutely essential to speedy downloads with PIA. Because of a lack of configurability I've had to cross several bittorrent apps off my list including Transmission, XTorrent and Deluge. Having great success however with QTorrent (Options / Speed / uncheck 'Enable uTP protocol').

Po123409 You are bloody brilliant! I got a virus end of December and when it was fixed the version of utorrent I always use was gone. Totally continuously kicked me off the net after I set it back up. Windows 7 kept leading me to believe it was router so exchanged that. Then found teeth marks from cat on coaxial cable so fixed that.

Windows kept telling me next was wireless adapter which it would fix, lasting about 2 minutes. Then found out wireless adapter in Aspire laptops are horribly cheap and many quit working so got an external wifi adapter that you plug into usb port. Still 10 kb speed and disconnecting from net. PIA had worked fine since April 2016 but finally suspected that and sure enough when I turned it off, uTorrent worked great with speeds up to 5MB. So then PIA advice was play musical change udp or tcp and try all the different numbers. It would literally take me 4 days to dl a 342 MB show. Got another complaint from Spectrum.

I have left out most of ordeal, believe it or not. I cannot thank you enough. Had mini stroke a month ago and you have probably saved me from having another. Many blessings on you and your family. On a Windows 7 not working for me. Without PIA, I am full blast, with PIA speeds drop down to almost nothing, sometimes die. I am using uTorrent 3.2.1, should I update it?

I like the older simpler cleaner version. On a Windows XP computer, PIA works perfectly. Is it specific to torrents or is the speed of the whole VPN slow? That's an important detail because it leads to two completely different possibilities.

If the whole VPN is slow, we need to troubleshoot that first. The torrents won't go faster than what the VPN itself can deliver. We usually start with, and in your particular situation it sounds possible that the might also work with the symptoms although that one is honestly very hit or miss (but does miracles when it does work). If it's only torrents, then you might need to set up port forwarding to be able to grab more peers, or you may have better luck with the proxy (athough we recommend avoiding that as much as possible).

Deluge Torrent Slow Speed

Hey all, First time here, but not first time torrenting or using a VPN. Using qBittorrent and was working just fine until last two version updates (can't completely remember last v#, but now using v4.0.1), and as I said, was working perfect two versions ago, with anywhere from 800+KiB/s to 1.4+MiB/s, and I was JUST using the default install all this time. Never went in and changed a thing from the time I first installed. All this with PIA running.

Then, just after the past version update and this one, as with others in this post, my speeds dropped down to less than 35KiB/s, and that was on a good day. Most times it was less than 20. I couldn't even surf the web to look up basic pages, like even the Google home page with just the search bar. Anyway, I finally hunted down this forum and I started changing/un-checking everything anyone listed, like. Tools Options Connection 'Port used for incoming connections' (used the port PIA showed and set it up on my router) - Tools Options Connection 'Use UPnP / NAT-PMP port forwarding' (Unchecked it) - Tools Options Connection (unchecked ANY checked limit boxes) - Tools Options Speed (unchecked ANY checked limit boxes) Then it wasn't until I re-read 'avow's' post ('Tools Options Speed Uncheck ' Enable uTP protocol'), then it hit me. In version 4.0.1 the very top setting under 'Tools Options Connection' - not Speed - is now a drop down box to choose the enabled protocol. I just set it from 'TCP and uTP' to only 'TCP', restarted both PIA and qBittorrent - and voila - I was back up to my 800-1.4+ speeds.

My thanks to all for your posts and happy torrenting. Hey, just letting you know I deleted your post. The links you have posted are to known blogspam websites that only exists to attract people for their ad traffic and affiliate links. There's hundreds of those, they're all top 5 of VPNs, top 5 torrent apps to use with VPNs, etc. Barely any effort is put into those articles so I chose to not accept them on the forums anymore. Additionally they tend to be posted a lot by spammers with brand new accounts.

If you have any better links to share (that are also on-topic), please be welcome to post again!