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Old 23.07.2018, 19:08
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Default JD2 installer on SSD or HDD?

CFG folder (large changes, continuous recording/write) and the final drop in SSD life.
Does JD2 have to be run from SSD to increase the performance of parsing and downloading large packages, or is it better to transfer from JD2 & CFG to HDD?

Current lifetime write max 50 TB (Terabyte)
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Old 24.07.2018, 10:04
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JDownloader doesn't care about SSD or HDD and a *normal* SSD is able to write more data in its lifetime that you will be able to generate in normal use.
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Old 27.07.2018, 13:44
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dj use aint normal ;p
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Old 27.07.2018, 13:47
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In that case, put JDownloader on RAMdisk :p
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