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Default Stack Trace 4.10.0 loosing connection

I have been having allot of trouble with 4.10.0 loosing connection. I am doing some very heavy DL. I am DL 7 files at 700+MB connecting to between 6 to 10 per file average of 8.5 to 9 per file it will get up to 500KB/s for a short while then start drooping and drop and fluctuate between 200 and 300KB/s.

I have massinger running and the icon in the tray and I will notice it trying to sing in which tells me I have lost connection within a few seconds it will sign in again. In a few minutes it Will be sining in again but this time it will not succeed. I then get the LimeWire does not appear to have a active connection but it will continue to try and sign in. This all happens within 5 to 15 or so min.

The only way to get a connection again is to reboot my computer. After reboot I immediately have a connection. I originally thought it was my problem and it may be I just put a new AMD 64 X2 3800+ in and have been doing some heavy overclocking and tweaking. I checked my RWIN, MTU, TTL, Ping and tested all were set properly for my connection.

I then ran Frostwire and it ran for about a hour before it did it same version. The only difference was it only had 8 connections per file and would max out at around 300KB/s. I have tried it with BS/Lite but I could not get the DL speeds I could only get to 120KB/s and it did not loose connection. I will attempt BS/Lite again and hopefully I can get higher DL speeds so I can rule out my end.
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Hope these help #2 is just after LW started and was connecting to hosts. #3 was just after messinger started trying to sighn in but LW still showing connection. #4 after messinger sighned in les than 2 min from #2. #4 LW running good I think. #5 LW droped from 500KB/s to under 200KB/s. #6 connection lost
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#3 was just after messinger started trying to sighn in but LW still showing connection.
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#4 after messinger sighned in les than 2 min from #2. #4 LW running good I think.
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#5 LW droped from 500KB/s to under 200KB/s.
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#6 connection lost The entire sequince to less than 10 min.
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There appears to be a direct correlation between # of simultaneous DL and disconnect problem. I can run 3 simultaneous DL varying between 350KB/s and 450KB/s for hours with no problem. But when I run 4 even if the KB/s # is lower which it is it appears that when #4 starts the KB/s starts drooping on the others they can be running steady at 100 to 150 per prior to starting #4 but drop to 60 to 110 after #4 starts.

Shortly after #4 starts within 5 min. I will totally loose connection at this point there does not appear to be any problem with the volume of KB/s thus far it appears to be # of DL. I am currently checking out limiting KB/s transfer rate will post results after I complete test.
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What I found is that if I limit to 250KB/s I can run 4 simultaneous DL but if I raise the limit to 300KB/s I loose connection. I can run unlimited with 3 connections seeing DL at 500+KB/s. Let me know if you need stack traces running in different scenarios.
My current set up is.

Asus A8V Delux

AMD 64 X2 3800+ Over clocked to 2.55GHz Benchmarked and stress tested stable. MB temp 28C CPU temp 32C with LW running DL at 400KB/s avg. CPU usage between 0% & 3%

2 GB corsair ram PF usage 352 MB LW Debug 86,000K

eVga nVidia 6200 256 MB

2 – Fujitsu U320 74 GB SCSI hard drive

1 – WD 120 GB hard drive

Comcast Cable 750KB/s Down 45KB/s Up
Marvel Yukon 88E8001/8003/8010 PCI Gigabite Ethernet Controller,
Driver Marvel 9/19/05, 8.41.1.3
Digita Sig. Microsoft

Service: cable
Speed (advertised)5900 kbit/s:
Operating System: Windows XP
Connection: Normal

This test was run with LW off


1. Your Tweakable Settings:
Receive Window (RWIN): 148920
Window Scaling: 2
Path MTU Discovery: ON
RFC1323 Window Scaling: ON
RFC1323 Time Stamping: OFF
Selective Acks: ON
MSS requested: 1460
TTL:
(less any hops behind firewall) 130
TTL remaining: 114

2. Test 381601 byte download

Actual data bytes sent: 383061
Actual data packets: 264
Max packet sent (MTU): 1500
Max packet recd (MTU): 1500
Retransmitted data packets: 1
sacks you sent: 0
pushed data pkts: 61
data transmit time: 4.903 secs
our max idletime: 1761.6 ms
transfer rate: 71051 bytes/sec
transfer rate: 568 kbits/sec
This is not a speed test!
transfer efficiency: 99%

3. ICMP (ping) check

Minimum ping: 73.46 ms
Maximum ping: 76.51 ms
Ping stability:
73.63 75.16 73.53 76.51 73.46 74.00 76.29 74.50 75.36 73.91



Notes and recommendations:
RWIN is in range
Looking good

Notes and recommendations:
Good data stream (no/few rexmits)
1 second+ stall detected (FAQ #1606)

Notes and recommendations:
Looking good


Service: Cable
Speed (advertised)5900 kbit/s:
Operating System: Windows XP
Connection: Normal

This test was run with LW running 250 KB/s, DL 2 files, 27 host


1. Your Tweakable Settings:
Receive Window (RWIN): 148920
Window Scaling: 2
Path MTU Discovery: ON
RFC1323 Window Scaling: ON
RFC1323 Time Stamping: OFF
Selective Acks: ON
MSS requested: 1460
TTL:
(less any hops behind firewall) 130
TTL remaining: 114

2. Test 1024001 byte download

Actual data bytes sent: 1038601
Actual data packets: 713
Max packet sent (MTU): 1500
Max packet recd (MTU): 1500
Retransmitted data packets: 10
sacks you sent: 7
pushed data pkts: 130
data transmit time: 8.608 secs
our max idletime: 575.3 ms
transfer rate: 110005 bytes/sec
transfer rate: 880 kbits/sec
This is not a speed test!
transfer efficiency: 98%

3. ICMP (ping) check

Minimum ping: 77.81 ms
Maximum ping: 375.65 ms
Ping stability:
78.95 90.68 77.81 375.65 78.19 89.28 78.76 77.88 353.19 82.12



Notes and recommendations:
RWIN is in range
Looking good

Notes and recommendations:
Good data stream (no/few rexmits)
Notes and recommendations:
Looking good


I do not know that all of this is needed but what the hell is a test without a few stats
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Very good, detailed observations. The more like these we have, the sooner we'll be able to address this nasty problem.
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Sorry zab I can't get any of the other P2P apps to go fast enough to rule out my computer. I can get enough files going but I cant get above 120KB/s with any of them.
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