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Old 02.10.2022, 02:57
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Sometimes, all running downloads get stuck when they reach 100% (their status doesn't change to "Finished"). The next downloads in the list don't start.

When I click on the settings icon at the bottom right, the status of those dowloads changes to "Finished" and the next downloads start. This is very weird.

Also choosing to skip one of the stuck downloads un-freezes the other stuck downloads.

What are possible reasons? Some time ago, there was a bugfix or workaround for the same or a similar problem, and the reason had something to do with JDownloader using outdated info about the file size, as far as I recall.
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Old 02.10.2022, 11:03
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@SMS: Please provide a log and example links, see https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...d-session-logs
wait for this issue to happen again and then create log and post logID here.

Without logs we can't tell what is going on or why or how to solve it
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Old 02.10.2022, 16:12
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Here is a log of this problem happening three times with my JDownloader settings:
02.10.22 14.48.20 <--> 02.10.22 14.48.20 jdlog://8220311370661/

(The listed times are misleading. I selected two time slots, one of them ends at 02.10.22 14.48.20, the other one begins at that time, and here we see the end of the first one and the beginning of the second one rather than the other way around.)

With default settings (a fresh copy of JDownloader), I couldn't reproduce the download problem. Maybe it's related to my settings.

Last edited by SMS; 02.10.2022 at 21:25.
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Old 03.10.2022, 11:14
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@SMS: maybe you can create a fresh log? restart JDownloader, just reproduce the issue without other activity (downloading other files or adding stuff..) and then create log.
that way it would be easier to analyze smaller log.
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Old 03.10.2022, 11:16
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With default settings (a fresh copy of JDownloader), I couldn't reproduce the download problem. Maybe it's related to my settings.
Have you tried to remove/add the links again? I don't think it is related to settings as I don't know a setting that could cause this. I think it's more coincidence, for example now a different final server is in use that doesn't have this problem.
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