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#2937 WorksForMe Freebsd deluged memory leak mururoa
Description

Deluge packaged for Freebsd (1.3.13,1) has a severe memory leak. It takes about 2 hours 30 minutes to consume more than 500 MB from 22 MB at start.

Here are the monit alerts :

Nov 20 23:08:11 FreeBSD1 monit[80330]: 'deluged' total mem amount of 480.3 MB matches resource limit [total mem amount>400 MB]
Nov 20 23:08:22 FreeBSD1 kernel: WARNING pid 79892 (python2.7): ioctl sign-extension ioctl ffffffffc0206933
Nov 20 23:08:22 FreeBSD1 last message repeated 8 times
Nov 20 23:09:11 FreeBSD1 monit[80330]: 'deluged' total mem amount of 507.9 MB matches resource limit [total mem amount>500 MB]
Nov 20 23:09:11 FreeBSD1 monit[80330]: 'deluged' total mem amount of 507.9 MB matches resource limit [total mem amount>400 MB]
Nov 20 23:09:24 FreeBSD1 kernel: WARNING pid 79892 (python2.7): ioctl sign-extension ioctl ffffffffc0206933
Nov 20 23:09:24 FreeBSD1 last message repeated 8 times
Nov 20 23:10:11 FreeBSD1 monit[80330]: 'deluged' total mem amount of 510.1 MB matches resource limit [total mem amount>500 MB]
#2938 Duplicate Crash on start Fabri
Description

When i start Deluge 1.3.13 it crash. My OS is Windows 7 x64 SP1 with all updates.

The first message is visible in the file "Runtime error". Following two messages appear with the following data:

Problem signature:

Problem Event Name: APPCRASH Application Name: deluge.exe Application Version: 1.3.13.0 Application Timestamp: 530bd002 module name with error: msvcr90.dll Module version with errors: 9.0.30729.6161 Timestamp form with errors: 4dace5b9 Exception code: 40000015 except offset: 0005beae OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48 Locale ID: 1040 Additional Information 1: 0246 Additional information 2: 0246f015659d81c1808cb14bcac08ac5 Additional Information 3: 88e5 More information 4: 88e5e8be7dcd421d3e73842deacc6bbc

Problem signature:

Problem Event Name: APPCRASH Application Name: deluge.exe Application Version: 1.3.13.0 Application Timestamp: 530bd002 module name with errors: ntdll.dll Module version with errors: 6.1.7601.23569 Timestamp form with errors: 57f7bb79 Exception code: c0000005 except offset: 00032ed5 OS Version: 6.1.7601.2.1.0.256.48 Locale ID: 1040 Additional information 1: 73b2 Additional information 2: 73b2945666f7489f662079b35c5be603 Additional Information 3: eebf More information 4: eebf3a84b7be798c347136c131fb12c7

On my PC are present VirtualBox? v5.1.8 and VMWare v12.5.1.

Deluge is installed on the Host.

These programs install some Virtual Network Adapter. If I disable these network adapter, Deluge no longer crash.

The problem does not occur in Deluge v1.3.12 py2.7.

#2939 Duplicate Reconnecting to daemon from client Durpn
Description

After disconnecting and attempting to reconnect to the daemon via both the webclient and the thinclient, the following error is raised:

[INFO    ] 02:07:06 rpcserver:204 Deluge Client connection made from: 172.17.0.1:51980
[ERROR   ] 02:07:06 rpcserver:304 Exception calling RPC request: list index out of range
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/deluge/core/rpcserver.py", line 299, in dispatch
    ret = self.factory.methods[method](*args, **kwargs)
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/deluge/core/core.py", line 461, in get_torrents_status
    status_dict[torrent_id] = self.get_torrent_status(torrent_id, keys, diff)
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/deluge/core/core.py", line 440, in get_torrent_status
    status = self.torrentmanager[torrent_id].get_status(keys, diff)
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/deluge/core/torrent.py", line 795, in get_status
    status_dict[key] = fns[key]()
  File "/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/deluge/core/torrent.py", line 590, in get_file_progress
    ret.append(float(file_progress[i]) / float(f["size"]))
IndexError: list index out of range

All of the stats about the added torrents along the left side populate, but none of the torrents do.

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