I can't, that's why I asked if 1.10 had a similar setting. 1.11 runs heavy and unstable on my aging device, especially with some additional services enabled (like adblocking), which I consider to be essential.pbix wrote: You should upgrade and change this line as well and report your results.
If you simply mean the load values are not always accurate on the QoS page, that's not very uncommon in my experience. Sometimes it shows 2x the actual load for a few seconds, which I presume is simply a glitch of the page updating slowly in general, or perhaps the CPU being hammered and sending updates more intermittently to low priority services like the GUI. But over let's say a 10 seconds period it should be in the ballpark of what the actual load is. Rule of thumb is to measure in two different places with two different devices.dsalch wrote:The chart on the bandwidth usage screen matches what the actual throughput is, but the class BW readings and settings on the QOS screen do not seem to match.
I have messed around with minBW, but haven't seen any anomalies. I would still suggest removing all the other classes for the duration of testing so you can home in on the issue and present it to us in a way which we can easily reproduce.