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#3159 WontFix Random crashes (could be realted to libtorrent alerts code) rbogorodskiy

Deluge crashes randomly, most often it happens right after start. While crashing, python dumps a core. Initially, I reported that to libtorrent: (this contains more details about software versions, includes a backtrace from lldb etc).

I was told that it's quite likely a bug in Deluge caused by alerts-related code change in libtorrent 1.1.0. Direct link to a comment with explanation:

#3164 Invalid migration dar54

I have attempted to migrate utorrents to Deluge several times without success. utorrents is not listed among plugins. I use the most recent version of Firefox. Please help.

#3167 Fixed does not clean up /tmp entries from failed hosts rexar

If Deluge attempts to obtain a tracker icon for a tracker that is unreachable, or has a re-direct to self (perpetual HTTP 301/302) the errorback routines in do not have access to the temporary filehandles / paths created as part of the download_page method, and as such is unable to clean up these pre-allocated resources.

Over a period of time under Linux, this fills the /tmp directory with a large amount of junk files in the form of deluge_ticon.xxxxx

Attached is a workaround targetting the 1.3.15 release version of which allows the errorback routines to clean files allocated from failed attempts.

This was developed against my scenario which is the GTK client connecting to a remote server, it hasn't been tested for other use cases.

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