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Old 16.02.2012, 13:42
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i noticed today that when i use jdownloader anything i try to download from rapidshare gets to 1.93mb and then disables, when i resume it will only download another mb or so before it disables itself, i can download from other sites using jdownloader and from rapidshare using the direct link....is there a fix for this?

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Old 16.02.2012, 13:46
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You also can not download files via the rs website. Same problem. Maybe they change something bigger?
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Old 16.02.2012, 13:58
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i am downloading a file via their site , it is working but is very, very slow....
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Old 16.02.2012, 13:59
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I've the same problem

the download stops after ~10sec.

I'm from Germany, but i want just say, that i've the problem too.
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Old 16.02.2012, 14:06
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The same problem.
Rapidshare very slow via site.
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Old 16.02.2012, 14:13
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I have the same problem. After 10 seconds I've lost my connection and I must wait 5 minutes. Download via site is very slow, above 10-20 kB/s
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Old 16.02.2012, 14:14
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So - this is NOT jD fault.
They have serious bandwidth problems or they started to limit free users speeds even more.

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Old 16.02.2012, 14:33
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What exactly happens when you try to download in your browser, are the speeds the same ?
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Old 16.02.2012, 14:39
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they throttle speed by very stupid technique...we try to increase timeouts
for our internetconnectgion we get no data for more than 60 secs...
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Old 16.02.2012, 14:50
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people have reported same issue when downloading in browser sessions terminate.
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Old 16.02.2012, 15:32
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Default the same here, from JD and from browser

the same here, from JD and from browser stops at 1.93 mb:outch:
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Old 16.02.2012, 15:57
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update is public
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Old 16.02.2012, 16:04
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I am from Greece and I have now the same problem. The download of a RS link with jD or from RS site stops at ~1.95MB.
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Old 16.02.2012, 16:05
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a) I've tried with browser (Opera Next)... and it is as Jiaz said... rather weird speed throttling technique from RS - the browser stops exactly at 1,8772 MB then it waits about 50 seconds and then downloads another 1,8772 MB wait again 50 sec. etc...

b) Then I've tested RS with Nightly - no connection lost but speed fluctuates from 15-200 KB/s. Unfortunately mostly in lower ranges.... (25-30) - but we know why - see a)

Indeed really stupid technique from RS...

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Old 16.02.2012, 16:09
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update is public
iv'e just updated the plugins and no change. still stops at 1.93mb.
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Old 16.02.2012, 16:09
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Quote:
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they throttle speed by very stupid technique...we try to increase timeouts
for our internetconnectgion we get no data for more than 60 secs...
German:
Willst du damit sagen, dass Rapidshare nun hingeht und den Usern 1 Sekunde voll speed gibt und dann 60 Sekunden garnichts und dann wieder 1 Sekunde voll speed usw?
Klar das JD damit nicht klar kommt ;-P Das war ja so nicht zu erwarten.

Danke - Enomine

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Are you explaining that rapidshare gives us 1 second full speed but then takes a break for 60 seconds until it gives us 1 second full speed again and so on?
So JD has a Problem with that ;-P This was not expected.

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Old 16.02.2012, 16:10
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Undoubtly it is not a JD problem talking on rapidshare, I had the same here, the download sttoped close to the end.
By the way, the letitbit plugin is out of date.
One more thing, always the site's downloads are more slowly than using JD.
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Old 16.02.2012, 16:15
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Can anybody tell which Plugin-Version the actual update has?
I did update via jupdate.jar and it still doesn´t load.

My Plugin-Version is 15944.

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Old 16.02.2012, 16:17
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Are you explaining that rapidshare gives us 1 second full speed but then takes a break for 60 seconds until it gives us 1 second full speed again and so on?
So JD has a Problem with that ;-P This was not expected.
The slow speed is not because of jD - read my post #14 or check yourself by downloading using web browser.
The update increases "Timeout for reading" to prevent lost connection after first "chunk" from RS but it will not magically increase a speed.
The latest plugin revision is: 15944
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Old 16.02.2012, 16:22
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The slow speed is not because of jD - read my post #14 or check yourself by downloading using web browser.
The update increases "Timeout for reading" to prevent lost connection after first "chunk" from RS but it will not magically increase a speed.
Hi i never talked about increasing speed. i only exactly wrote down what your wrote but as you post wasn´t there when i started to write i couldn´t read it before.

i only explained: 1 second load, 60 second break, 1 second load as an example and however: you wrote nearly the same so its like a confirmation.

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The latest plugin revision is: 15944
Since i have this version it es still not loading. The timeout is at 30 seconds at this version. So @editestowy wrote about 50 seconds of break then we need 60 seconds of timeout or better 65 if they increase it to 60 seconds ;-P

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