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Old 02.08.2017, 02:42
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Yes. The download core should be able to continue the download if there is a small loss of connection, or a chunk issue I don't know.

I don't really know how IDM works but I've NEVER experienced any problem of this kind with it.
I think when there is a problem, it tries to reconnect by sending a LOT of requests before abandoning the download. Maybe.
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Old 02.08.2017, 10:12
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Once the new download core is finished, this should no longer be a problem
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Old 02.08.2017, 14:11
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I look forward to see it !

Thank you Jiaz and also Raztoki for always working so hard on JD2
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Old 20.02.2018, 19:50
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Hi,

Thank you very much for all your efforts for making JDownloader the best among the downloaders.

I see that you created this ticket 4 years ago.
Are you still working on improving the download core of JDownloader2 ?

I still got "Broken file serverside" errors (always while using the Grab8 plugin by the way).
It is weird that JDownloader can't resume automatically.
I have to manually disable the files, then enable them again, for the program to resume the downloads, which is kind of a weird procedure for a downloader.
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Old 20.02.2018, 20:20
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Can you please provide logs? Disable/Enable should not be required to resume. I guess you do this to skip the timeout? https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...d-session-logs
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Old 20.02.2018, 23:34
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Thank you Jiaz for taking the time to respond.

Yes you are right. I disable/enable the files when this error happens in order to skip the long timeout.

Since the timeout is quite long, and since that error happens frequently, it makes files impossible to download sometimes..
So I use IDM instead, but well... I would prefer to rely on JDownloader for nearly everything

I would post logs next time this error happens.
Or you can look at the four I already posted in this thread, which contain the exact same problem
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Old 21.02.2018, 02:48
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@bartx
can you please post new logs.

thanks
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