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Old 04.02.2010, 09:44
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Default improper unrar operation for partial dowloaded files in premium account

log file: http://jdownloader.net:8081/pastebin...9bd6fd52372b1e
it's a bit hard to describe but this is the best I can do:
- JD build 10512, auto-delete after deep extract enabled
- downloading one package, 3 downloads/connections (rapidshare/premium + some times - free) . The package had 2 files in it - mkv and txt
- premium account is defined in JD
- download started as free account (since the daily quota was done)
- one part - was interrupted during "free" account download , but status was "file already exist". but - only PARTLY downloaded
- other parts were downloaded next
- Quota added, and account changed to premium "mode"
- as I remember - this partial part - was
NOT resumed
- unrar did extract about 10% of the mkv and stopped - with "success"
- JD erased all parts ... :(

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Old 04.02.2010, 10:56
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I can't solve your problem. I can only recommend not to use the jD Unrar add-on because of all its bugs. If you can't resist the urge to use it, please don't use its automatic part deletion function.
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Old 04.02.2010, 13:42
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got you... thanks... I simply cannot resist...
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Old 04.02.2010, 13:48
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LOL. You already understand my simple way of reasoning.
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Old 04.02.2010, 16:23
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yes... if you cannot beat them - join them, but be careful about it...

It reminds me of a funny discussion with coalado today on that (so for the record...) ... :

[13:10] <_rafi_> coalado: can you look at the logfile here - http://jdownloader.net:8081/pastebin...3508b25012fcb5 seems like JD "refuses" to continue downloading (disabling the rest of the package links) w/o giving any reason ... :(
[13:12] <_rafi_> I suspect maybe an improper free HD space estimate
[13:12] <coalado> java.io.IOException: There is not enough space on the disk
[13:13] <coalado> there is no space on disk
[13:13] <coalado> and I'm pretty sure that this damaged your database, too
[13:13] <coalado> so your linklist may be gone
[13:13] <_rafi_> what ?..
[13:13] <coalado> please make sure that there is always enough arddisk space on d:
[13:13] <_rafi_> what ?...
[13:13] <coalado> you D:/ partition is full
[13:14] <_rafi_> No it has 3GB free
[13:15] <_rafi_> "always" ? day AND night ?... you better fix JD's act coalado...
[13:15] <coalado> you are an idiot
[13:16] <_rafi_> no, JD is...
[13:16] <coalado> tell me: how should jd save anything if there is no space left?
[13:16] <_rafi_> I will:
[13:16] <_rafi_> (If you'll let me...)
[13:16] <coalado> jd will have a diskspace check soon. and cancel downloads soon enough to save it's database
[13:17] <_rafi_> good, so I don;t have to tell you...
[13:17] <coalado> but this will not help to store more data on your harddrive as posible
[13:17] <coalado> detecting free space is not so easy
[13:17] <coalado> because we have to be java 1.5 compatible (for a few mac users)
[13:17] <_rafi_> this will help to not destory the link-list...
[13:17] <_rafi_> right ?
[13:17] <coalado> But we will find a way
[13:17] <coalado> Botzi is currently wrking on this
[13:17] <coalado> yes.
[13:18] <coalado> did you already close jd?
[13:18] <_rafi_> no
[13:18] <_rafi_> you can have a look
[13:18] <coalado> good
[13:18] <_rafi_>
[13:18] <coalado> than please free some space
[13:18] <_rafi_> I did
[13:18] <_rafi_> I does not help
[13:18] <coalado> and add any link to jd
[13:18] <coalado> no jd will probably be able to save the config
[13:18] <_rafi_> k
[13:19] <coalado> to backup your linklist, please also use linklist -> save to jdc format
[13:19] <coalado> if you need help please give me teamviwer id
[13:19] <coalado> btw.. sorry for the idiot
[13:19] <coalado> it's just sometimes frustrating ;-P
[13:20] <_rafi_> no problem... I complete understand your frastration, having such bad implementation in JD... ;P
[13:21] * coalado has quit IRC (Quit: Leaving.)

Last edited by rafi; 04.02.2010 at 16:37.
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Old 05.02.2010, 12:08
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Quote:
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[13:19] <coalado> btw.. sorry for the idiot
[13:19] <coalado> it's just sometimes frustrating ;-P
[13:20] <_rafi_> no problem... I complete understand your frastration, having such bad implementation in JD... ;P
[13:21] * coalado has quit IRC (Quit: Leaving.)
LOL. coalado clearly didn't know you, but now he will.

BTW, it's good they are working on that free disk space feature.
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