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Old 22.06.2015, 01:32
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Default [Problem] Connection Problems with 30677

I updated yesterday, and this release has a lot of new problems that make it almost useless.

1. It ignores the chunk setting. It only uses one chunk, even if the setting is set to 2 or more.

2. It seems not to close and manage connections properly. Connections are dropped and when they restart, it hangs on "Starting" with 0 chunks and no i/o.

3. Overall speed is very slow.

Eventually, all downloads will hang at starting. When this happens, the download totally stops. If you try to check for an update, it will say that there is no Internet connection. Opening a browser will reset the connection for a short time and downloads will restart. But they will hang again. Even a full restart of the application gives the same result. Works Ok for a while, then hangs.

I am mostly downloading from Rapidgator and Uploaded. With my 160Mb fiber connection, I'm getting about 40 Kbs per thread for a total of about 240Kbs--until it stops completely.

It worked fine before. This is totally new behavior in 30677.

Whatever you just did, you should roll it back.
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Old 22.06.2015, 03:23
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@Geoffk

stab in the dark you're suffering from socket issues.

1) how are you setting chunks, package customiser or just standard max chunks via the settings menu? We haven't changed anything here. Please note that some plugins can reset chunk settings when chunking issues occur, but this can be triggered on socket issues, though rapidgator doesn't have such code, uploaded does. Once nochunk value is set, you will have to manually reset in order to be able to download with higher value again. No chunk code has been present for years,

2) I don't believe we would have introduced those issues. Connections/Sockets are provided via Java API and that hasn't changed at all.

3) probably attributed by the over all issue you're suffering from. What antivirus software, what firewall software? Please provide logs so we can analyse. http://jdownloader.org/knowledge/wik...d-log?s=lng_en (scroll down for JDownloader 2.0 guide).
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Old 22.06.2015, 12:31
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My guess is firewall/av causing issue. Nothing changed on our side on network/update code.
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Old 22.06.2015, 15:43
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I'm using Avast for Antivirus and FW. But I've been using it for years and it hasn't changed recently. My Java version hasn't changed either. As for chunking, my links are simple weblinks grabbed from the clipboard. The chunking setting is from general settings--except it doesn't work anymore.

The only things that have changed are:
- I got a new download disk, which is freshly formatted and seems to work Ok.
- I upgraded.

I'll generate a log and upload it. This is really frustrating. Not only are downloads slow, but they seem to be corrupted--even with only one chink.
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Old 22.06.2015, 16:01
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yet you forget the biggest variable here, Avast. It auto updates, can impose new measures at any time!

try googling avast
eg. _https://www.google.com.au/search?client=opera&q=avast+socket+error+site:board.jdownloader.org&sourceid=opera&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&channel=suggest&gws_rd=ssl
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Old 22.06.2015, 16:03
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Ok tried to create a log, but couldn't:

at org.jdownloader.jdserv.JDServUtils.upload(JDServUtils.java:52)
at org.jdownloader.jdserv.JDServUtils.uploadLog(JDServUtils.java:27)
at org.jdownloader.jdserv.JDServUtils.uploadLog(JDServUtils.java:22)
at jd.gui.swing.jdgui.menu.actions.sendlogs.LogAction.onNewPackage(LogAction.java:63)
at org.appwork.utils.logging2.sendlogs.AbstractLogAction.createPackage(AbstractLogAction.java:219)
at jd.gui.swing.jdgui.menu.actions.sendlogs.LogAction.createPackage(LogAction.java:49)
at org.appwork.utils.logging2.sendlogs.AbstractLogAction$3.run(AbstractLogAction.java:168)
at org.appwork.utils.swing.dialog.ProgressDialog$4.run(ProgressDialog.java:233)
Caused by: jd.http.Browser$BrowserException
at jd.http.Browser.loadConnection(Browser.java:1332)
at org.jdownloader.jdserv.JDServUtils.upload(JDServUtils.java:45)
... 7 more
Caused by: java.io.IOException: 413 Request Entity Too Large
at org.appwork.utils.net.httpconnection.HTTPConnectionImpl.getInputStream(HTTPConnectionImpl.java:1110)
at jd.http.Request.read(Request.java:103)
at jd.http.Request.read(Request.java:639)
at jd.http.Browser.loadConnection(Browser.java:1321)
... 8 more

What now?

Avast is always asking me to update, but I haven't recently. In fact, I'm overdue for an upgrade. There might be new virus definitions, but I'm pretty sure that there are no significant changes. Anyway, the problems started from my Jdownloader upgrade immediately, not from anything obviously Avast-related.

I really doubt that it's an AV problem.

by the way, after a restart of Jdownloader, some downloads got the right chunking. But some didn't. I think that the hanging issue is more serious than the chunking issue.

Last edited by tony2long; 23.06.2015 at 03:12. Reason: Merge posts, please use edit.
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