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Old 14.11.2017, 06:18
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Default DIFFERENT (simultaneous downloads & chunks per download) for DIFFERENT hosts/packages

- In existing JD2 version, we can only set a universal Max.sim.Downloads per Hoster, this means:

+ hoster X: 10
+ hoster Y: 10
+ hoster Z: 10
+ hoster W: 10

- I think JD2 would be more useful (especially for bulk download from many hosters simultaneously), if we can set DIFFERENT (simultaneous downloads & chunks per download) for DIFFERENT hosts/packages. This means:

+ hoster X: 10
+ hoster Y: 7 (this host limits 7 downloads at a time)
+ hoster Z: 5 (this host limits 5 downloads at a time)
+ hoster W: 2 (this host limits 2 downloads at a time)

Futhermore, hoster W also restrict Max.sim.Chunks per Hoster to 1. The other hosters (X, Y, Z) do NOT limit Max.sim.Chunks per Hoster.

Many thanks!

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Old 14.11.2017, 10:31
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Plugins will take care of number of chunks and max concurrent downloads.
With dedicated plugins, you don't have to take care of this.
Please provide example links for those hosts you think that predefined limits are wrong


You can use DomainRules to setup different limits for hosts. Use board search, for example
https://board.jdownloader.org/showth...ht=domainrules
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Old 14.11.2017, 15:24
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Plugins will take care of number of chunks and max concurrent downloads.
With dedicated plugins, you don't have to take care of this.
Please provide example links for those hosts you think that predefined limits are wrong


You can use DomainRules to setup different limits for hosts. Use board search, for example
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I tried the code in "Domain Rule", but it did not work.

I send an email into support mail. In that email, I attached the whole JD2 (including both code and links) that I used.

Please check and help me with this stuff!

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Old 14.11.2017, 16:38
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Old 14.11.2017, 16:47
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