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Old 24.04.2012, 15:35
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Arrow Extracting really slow?

Hey,
extracting is really really slow, although i changed priority to High.
It takes for a 700MB package like 3-5min.
If I do it manually it takes like 5seconds (like jdownloader 1 ).

Anyone else having this problem?
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Old 24.04.2012, 15:51
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Where do you extract to? What archive type?
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Old 24.04.2012, 16:27
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same folder where the archives are (internal harddrive)...
normal rar files, (splitted without compression).
with jdownloader 1 it works fine and really fast...but with the jd2 beta really slow
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Old 24.04.2012, 16:30
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can you provide some example links/logfiles
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Old 24.04.2012, 16:34
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mh strange i changed the folder where to extract to ( to the same where i download to) and now it works fine and fast

since its not the C:\ drive it maybe copied it to a tempfile and the back and so on
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Old 24.04.2012, 19:24
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that new extraction (7zip?) is much more slowly than the old unrar.
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Old 24.04.2012, 19:36
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can you provide some example links/logfiles
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Old 24.04.2012, 19:58
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strange..is much much faster for me, the new one
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Old 24.04.2012, 20:39
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http://jdownloader.net:8081/pastebin/81546
http://jdownloader.net:8081/pastebin/81547
here is my log

i extract an ~380Mb rar file included an mp4 with winrar it takes lesser than a half minute and with JD more than a minute (i leave the room)

startss at 4/24/12 7:31:31 PM ends at 4/24/12 7:35:51 PM so it takes ~4Min

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Old 25.04.2012, 01:19
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EliteLucker did you change the priority in the options for extractions? The priority should be high.
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Old 25.04.2012, 10:13
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Yes from high to middle. use the new extraction multicore (multithreaded) like winrar?
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Old 25.04.2012, 13:44
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Change back to high and you can see the real speed. And it should use multicore afaik.
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