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Old 09-19-2018, 11:20 PM   #1
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Deluge leaves torrents in "ERROR" state after checking


Due to a hard drive disconnect, Deluge marked all of my torrents in ERROR state. After checking all the torrents it left them in ERROR state and never resolved them for seeding. When I restarted Deluge they started checking integrity all over again.

Is there any way I can fool Deluge into marking them as okay, or stopping the error checking? Also I did try verifying several of these "ERROR" state torrents in ktorrent and they were marked fine and started seeding, so there's nothing wrong with the torrents, I just prefer using Deluge, or at least not having to move all 160 of my torrents to ktorrent.

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