Thread: [See Bugtracker] Twitch - a video always fails at 300+ mb
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Old 18.08.2018, 05:14
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Default Twitch - a video always fails at 300+ mb

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It has failed more than once at 300-something mb, with the messages "An error occured" and "Try restarting this link". If I jump around in the stream on twitch it seems the whole stream is available.

It will get auto deleted in about two weeks.

I'm wondering what the problem is and if there's anything I can do to get around it.

I tried to generate a log, but that failed. Wow it was really taking a long time to generate a log before it failed.

I did have JD2 open for several days (it's very hard to find a good time to restart JD2 when you're getting non-resumable twitch vods and aren't at the pc often. You literally would have to keep checking the pc every few hours to see if a vod is closed to finishing, so you can restart JD2 when that happens.

Is there any way to make it so JD2 will restart after the current running download is finished (not ALL downloads) and start downloading again automatically after the restart? Like a "Restart after this download" option instead of "Stop after this download"? Stop after this download is useful, but not if you are getting non-resumable downloads and aren't at the pc very often. It's hard find a time to restart or update JD2 in that case.

Here's the failed log error message:

jd.http.Browser$BrowserException

This error is caused by:

java.lang.RuntimeException: jd.http.Browser$BrowserException
at org.jdownloader.jdserv.JDServUtils.upload(JDServUtils.java:47)
at org.jdownloader.jdserv.JDServUtils.uploadLog(JDServUtils.java:26)
at org.jdownloader.jdserv.JDServUtils.uploadLog(JDServUtils.java:22)
at jd.gui.swing.jdgui.menu.actions.sendlogs.LogAction.onNewPackage(LogAction.java:69)
at org.appwork.utils.logging2.sendlogs.AbstractLogAction.createPackage(AbstractLogAction.java:233)
at jd.gui.swing.jdgui.menu.actions.sendlogs.LogAction.createPackage(LogAction.java:53)
at org.appwork.utils.logging2.sendlogs.AbstractLogAction$2.run(AbstractLogAction.java:157)
at org.appwork.utils.swing.dialog.ProgressDialog$4.run(ProgressDialog.java:234)
Caused by: jd.http.Browser$BrowserException
at jd.http.Browser.openRequestConnection(Browser.java:1708)
at jd.http.Browser.openRequestConnection(Browser.java:1517)
at org.jdownloader.jdserv.JDServUtils.upload(JDServUtils.java:39)
... 7 more
Caused by: java.net.SocketException: Connection reset by peer: socket write error
at java.net.SocketOutputStream.socketWrite0(Native Method)
at java.net.SocketOutputStream.socketWrite(Unknown Source)
at java.net.SocketOutputStream.write(Unknown Source)
at org.appwork.utils.net.CountingOutputStream.write(CountingOutputStream.java:73)
at org.appwork.utils.net.CountingOutputStream.write(CountingOutputStream.java:73)
at jd.http.requests.PostFormDataRequest.write(PostFormDataRequest.java:156)
at jd.http.requests.PostFormDataRequest.postContent(PostFormDataRequest.java:96)
at jd.http.requests.PostFormDataRequest.postRequest(PostFormDataRequest.java:121)
at jd.http.Request.connect(Request.java:333)
at jd.http.Request.connect(Request.java:321)
at jd.http.Browser.openRequestConnection(Browser.java:1661)
... 9 more
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