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Old 08.09.2019, 22:13
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Default Jdownloader does not save download list.

When exiting Jdownloader2 and opening it again, the new entries are gone.
The last downloadList zip-file is dated 19.08.2019. In fact, there are 7 zip-files from that date, all have the same file size.
When I reopen Jdownloader2, the last links are from 19.08.2019. The new downloads have disappeared.
I have run updates, and tried to close and reopen Jdownloader2 many times, with the same result.

Does anyone else have that same problem?
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Old 10.09.2019, 13:55
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Do you have .backup files in your cfg folder?
Please provide a screenshot of the about dialog of your JDownloader.
This is a sign that JDownloader is unable to load/save the current list. Either Java is running low/out of memory or permission/firewall/av is causing issues.
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Old 11.09.2019, 15:59
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The latest backup file in the cfg folder is from 21.05.2019.

Don't think it could be something with the firewall, because I haven't done any changes in the firewall in a long time, and haven't run any windows updates the latest months either.

You will find attached my screenshot of the about dialog.
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Old 11.09.2019, 16:04
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About dialog shows that your Java is near max allowed memory and I guess that's the reason.
In your JDownloader folder you should find a .vmoptions file.
Open it with texteditor and remove any -Xmx and -Xms lines and add
-Xmx2g
or
-Xmx4g
to allow max 2 or 4gb of heap memory
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Old 12.09.2019, 21:31
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Unfortunately, that didn't help.

I added -Xmx4g to both the JDownloader2.vmoptions and to the JDownloader2Update.vmoptions.
The text in the files is now like this:
-Xms64m
-Dsun.java2d.d3d=false

I've restarted JD2 several times, trying to add a few files, but that didn't help.
I also deleted some old links, but when restarted the old files are still there.

You will find attached a new screenshot of the about dialog.
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Last edited by Bluesbr; 12.09.2019 at 21:43.
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Old 13.09.2019, 08:51
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Please do the following. Close JDownloader and delete/empty the logs folder.
Now start JDownloader, add some links and then close JDownloader again. then start it again, create a log https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...d-session-logs and post shown logID here
in log dialog, select all sessions please
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Old 15.09.2019, 22:03
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Hope I did this the right way.

This is the log-ID:
15.09.19 22.01.38 <--> 15.09.19 21.57.24 jdlog://6752386935451/
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Old 16.09.2019, 08:32
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Your filesystem is damaged
Windows is throwing errors while trying to access files
C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local\JDownloader v2.0\cfg\downloadList382461.zip: The file or directory is corrupted and unreadable.

I would recommend to scandisk your drive and do a full check as well
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Old 17.09.2019, 20:07
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There were 2 corrupted downloadList files, and they were impossible to delete.
So I ran "chkdsk /f", and then the files could be deleted.
I suspect this may have happened when there was a power failure because of thunderstorms.

Now JDownloader2 saves the filelist. Seems like it is working well no.

Thanks a lot for all your help!
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Old 18.09.2019, 09:31
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Thanks for the feedback. Glad you finally sorted out the problem and saving now works again
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