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Old 21.01.2016, 10:41
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Hi, I'll report some problems I'm having after recent updates and easybytez (it's the only premium i have).

Before I could set how many simultaneous downloads I wanted, and I could force a file to download by the dx mouse menu.

Now nevermind the max simultaneous downloads set, It will always download max 5, Force download stopped working, and it never begin a new download in list if all the previous 5 downloads don't finish (if a file finishes before the other ones, the downloads step down to 4, then to 3 etc).

I have tried in multiple Pcs and the result is the same. Please tell me if it's possible to do something.

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Old 21.01.2016, 10:50
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Nothing changed on our site. the last change in this plugin is from 16.11.2015.
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Old 21.01.2016, 10:50
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Did you check that the account is still premium/valid?
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Old 21.01.2016, 14:49
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thanks for your reply.

Yes, I'm still premium and I download at full bandwidth, but for some reasons my settings are overrided
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Old 21.01.2016, 14:53
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What settings do you mean?
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Old 21.01.2016, 14:57
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Max simultaneous download (whatever I set it downloads five), Force download not working and as I said, If one of the 5 downloads finishes first, jd never begins another one until all five have finished.

I tried both on win and mac. Same result.
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Old 21.01.2016, 15:29
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I tried on the old 0.9.581 and there it works (but it's outdated for everything else)
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Old 21.01.2016, 16:01
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Can we do a teamviewer session? I would like to see/check myself. Nothing changed in JDownloader, so must be something in your side
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Old 04.02.2016, 09:22
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Hello! I've got the exact same issue and in addition to this, when downloads behave like this, they are super slow! I can download at about 3,5mb/s max but when this happen each download goes at 50kb/sec...I think it depends on which server hosts the files and the bandwidth availability, because maybe after a bit...on other files....boom!
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Old 04.02.2016, 09:58
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I will soon add tooltip info to show from what server the download comes from. So one can check if all slow downloads come from same server
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Old 04.02.2016, 13:44
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I will soon add tooltip info to show from what server the download comes from. So one can check if all slow downloads come from same server
that would be awesome! thanks!
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Old 08.02.2016, 18:09
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Server information will be available in tooltip with next core update
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Old 10.02.2016, 23:48
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I also have the same problems as bugnotme, so I think the issue is not solved.

I'm premium on easybytez, and can't dw more than 5 files at once, and also all 5 files must complete the dw before other files (of easybytez only, other sites works well) can start the dw, and this is the most important, as if there's a slow dw in the 5 files group, I must wait till all 5 are completed.

Never tried the Force download option.

This is not a problem of the last days, are already many weeks that I see this issue.

Also as Murderdoll says, some files of easybytez are fast but other are very slow (100-200KB), and restarting the slow files don't change the speed. This maybe a problem with some of easybytez's servers.
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@Steele
hoster as asked us to limit free/premium downloads to 5 sim due to server load issues. If you would like more speed adjust chunk setting. chunks * max siml dl = total connections.

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Old 11.02.2016, 09:13
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JDownloader now shows the used server for downloading in connection column tooltip. There you can compare and find out if all slow files are on slow servers.
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Old 11.02.2016, 14:19
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Many thanks to raztoki and Jiaz.
The server in use is very useful, I'll monitor it with my next dls.

@raztoki: But still remain the bug that no new dl starts until all 5 are completed, or is part of the deal with easybytez?
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Old 11.02.2016, 14:24
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They asked us to limit to 5 concurrent downloads because they had server issues/overload problems
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Old 28.02.2016, 02:08
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They asked us to limit to 5 concurrent downloads because they had server issues/overload problems
Hi,

the actual problem is that even with this restriction, it should keep always 5 concurrent downloads, starting a new one as soon as a download is finished. Now, instead it has to complete all 5 downloads before starting 5 new ones (in this case the last one or two remaining could have less speed rate).

There's something you can do?

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Old 28.02.2016, 09:43
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Are we talking about concurrent downloads or connections? You say it has to finish all running downloads first before the next download starts?
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Old 28.02.2016, 11:33
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Exactly.

I'll make an example: I have a movie with 100 parts in queue.

JD starts downloading 5 parts concurrently. Every download isn't obviously going at the same speed, so one finishes before the others.

At this point there are 4 concurrent downloads, so it should start the next one in queue, going to 5 but it doesn't. It waits from 4 to 3 than to 2 etc.

When every one of that 5 downloads finish, it begins downloading at the same time the next 5, and so goes on.
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