I had this problem on Windows 10 64-bit with 1.3.14 and after upgrade to 1.3.15 with python 2.7 and libtorrent 0.6.5(?) I usually have 10 - 12 torrents seeding and sometimes 1 - 3 downloading.
I manually replaced libtorrent.pyd v.0.6.5 with libtorrent.pyd version 184.108.40.206 and the problem resolved.
Possibly the old libtorrent was for python 2.6? Or there is an incompatibility with current open tracker handling? I would like a much newer version of libtorrent but don't have the skills yet to build in C++ so extracted pyd from the latest msi I could find. (I am not clever enough to realise before that updating deluge does not update libtorrent.)
Specific support for Deluge on Microsoft Windows OS
Deluge on Windows should update libtorrent as well. They come bundled together as one package. I think when I was using the python 2.6 version on Windows and updated to the python 2.7 version I had to uninstall the old version and delete the INSTALL directory. The DATA directory (with all settings and torrents) was able to be saved.
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