[BitTorrent] Problems with RAM "overuse" by the BitTorrent client

Mike Ravkine krypt at mountaincable.net
Sat Jun 5 22:40:30 EDT 2004


I suggest you look into how the File Cache of your operating system works.
No "RAM freeing" tools are necessary.

--kRYPT

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From: "mat_bos" <mat_bos at yahoo.com>
To: <BitTorrent at yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Thursday, June 03, 2004 9:11 AM
Subject: [BitTorrent] Problems with RAM "overuse" by the BitTorrent client


> I have a problem with my bittorrent 3.4.2 client. When i resume the
> download, sometimes it takes up to 300MB and more (i have "only" 512
> mb RAM installed and it fills it up) and have to use ram freeing tool
> to work normally in Windows XP. Is this a known issue and is there any
> solution?
> Mathy
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