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Old 01.01.2012, 19:26
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Unable to access jarfile jdownloader.jar - I get this message when I want to give these parameters
java -Xmx2048m -jar jdownloader.jar
How resolve this problem?

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Old 01.01.2012, 19:31
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case sensitivity
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Old 01.01.2012, 19:36
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unresolved
It does not work! JDownloader.jar


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Old 01.01.2012, 19:43
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because you are NOT in jdownloader folder you are still in users/moja
how about changing into jd folder first?
cd "C:\......"
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Old 01.01.2012, 19:50
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It only works for example 1024, 1500


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I want more set 2048(not working)
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Old 02.01.2012, 04:19
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The error message is clear, not enough space (memory).
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Old 02.01.2012, 09:12
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Disk Space C: - 9 GB
RAM - 8096 MB - too little?

After changing the Xmx 1500 - memory usage by JDownloader 1600,000 K - 1700,000 K(Windows Task Manager) even with an empty list of download!

I attach a screen?

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how big is your config folder?
i guess you have a broken database
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Old 02.01.2012, 10:27
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@djmakinera
I got this from searching:
On 32-bit processor machines, the largest contiguous memory address space the operating system can allocate to a process is 1.8GB. Other people wrote 1.5GB. I don't get it from Java's site so I don't know which one is true.

Don't tell us now that you have 64 bit OS and 64 bit Java...

Rename your config folder and try again.
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Old 02.01.2012, 10:35
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if you want to use more ram, make sure you use 64bit java
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Could remember back to the forum I have already written that I have Win64.
Currently, the Java-32 bit
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use the 64 bit java for more ram
how big is your config folder?
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Old 02.01.2012, 10:52
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In http://board.jdownloader.org/showthread.php?t=33429 djmakinera was wrestling with a 100 GB database. This was an absolute world record at that time. No wonder he has problems.
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Old 02.01.2012, 10:57
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i dont see any real chance to repair such a huge database
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Old 02.01.2012, 11:01
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1.5 GB is probably equal => 1600,000 K - 1700,000 I do not know how it is converted into a unit.

The problem has been and gone. Folder 100 GB has been superremoved (total uninstall)
Record that was much more. The obstacle is a lack of disk space to enlarge the database (~ 600 GB)

Do you all still do not understand this one? It was a long time.

Besides, the problem related to something else.


1.Plik database (very small) (no list of files to download)
2.Consumption of 1.5 GB of RAM.
3.I can show you 100 screens.
4.1000% Realy Yo yo yo

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Old 02.01.2012, 11:46
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I recommend using 1 TB of RAM and 1 PB disk.
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Old 02.01.2012, 11:55
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remi - reportedly in jDownloader 2 when downloading files will be dog who dances with music in the background, even sometimes will crash the program specifically to admire his dancing.
:biggrin::biggrin::biggrin::biggrin::biggrin::

I think You can joke?

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Old 02.01.2012, 12:09
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Warning JD is installed in C:\Program Files\JDownlaoder\downloads. This causes errors.

How to resolve this problem?

New instal

instal Java x64 + fresh JD instal Program Files x64

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Old 02.01.2012, 12:15
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1.) use another folder
or
2.) rightclick the folder and give your user FULL ACCESS
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Old 02.01.2012, 12:29
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@djmakinera

I already told you that in point 2 of http://board.jdownloader.org/showpos...8&postcount=18
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