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Torguard service shutingdown after sleep/hybernation

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As of the update a few days ago, each time I wake up my pc from hybrid sleep, the torguard service will appear to be running in the task tray but after a minute or two it disappears and I have to relaunch the client. This has happened twice so far and, only when I am connected to the wireguard service. (note i have not tested otherwise so far so, this could be happening on the other connection types as well) This did not happen on the previous version so i do not know whether it is the new client causing it or wireguard.

I will be doing more testing on my part soon when I get some spare time, until then I was wondering if anyone else is experiencing the same issues.

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secretprobation

I had the same exact experience except mine was not even during a shutdown. I looked down at my windows taskbar and noticed the green TG icon was gone will I was connected via wireguard. It seems to have shut itself off and the app crashed or closed without warning. 

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19807409

This seems windows related, on Ubuntu 20.04, 18.04 and fedora 32, none of them crashes the app after recovering from sleep/hibernation. I do not use windows and can not test it now, but  maybe your swap file is not big enough, do you experience the same if you create a swap file with a size at least as big as your memory is available, especially if we speak about hibernation?

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