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Old 07.11.2010, 21:08
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There is something wrong with the Rapidshare server software. It is supposed to specify the wait time (for try again later). This has been lost.

The "Please stop flooding our download servers" is because there is no wait. The Rapidshare software believes that JD is attacking it.

But no free slots dont have a timer at rapidshare too. Its added by JD. The same could be done with flood protection... and should to solve this...
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Old 07.11.2010, 22:10
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The flood error was fixed by coalado, wait for the next update!

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Old 07.11.2010, 23:58
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Maybe its only because Rapidshare isnt used much this time of the week but till the change I never had a flooding or no free slot till now...
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Old 08.11.2010, 00:31
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Now I had a floodwarning. No slots free resulted in a stop and waiting 1 minute. Then it retried the same file. Unfortunately floodwarning. With reconnect it reconnects now. Without reconnect it waits 6 minutes without moving to the next file.
I think these 6 minutes are too much. Normally when I get the first floodmessage before it went to the next file and occassionally it got other messages then like no free slots. Which means probably that the floodtimer has ended then. So i think the floodtimer ends way before 6 minutes. Maybe im wrong.

Anyway... with reconnect it works fine now... thanks...
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Old 08.11.2010, 01:10
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Not working... nightly build 12896.
Anyway, thx a lot for a great piece of software.
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Old 08.11.2010, 02:19
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Search in forums how to build reconnectscripts. JD has some things implemented on its own I think.
The problem is that my ISP has a very very long lease time for IPs.
I can disconnect and connect 2 hours later and still have the same IP.
It takes at least a few hours to get a new one, and there is no safe and reasonable workaround.
The long lease time apparently makes the reconnect obsolete since the waiting time is much shorter as well as predictable.
If I don't do a disconnect I can have the same IP for weeks, or months.

However if the download works at all, waiting time isn't much of a problem thanks to the automatic download by JD.
I mean I have to wait of course, but I don't mind if the dl takes a week or a month..
Am I weird?

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@buggsy: 50 Mbit/s=6,25MB/s=375MB/min, not 3GB
But, yes, a friend of mine downloaded a bunch of files at that speed...
I'm aware of the difference of Mbit/s and MB/s.
But you wrote 50 Mb/s which is sort of confusing really.

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(maximum speed - up to 50 Mb/s!)
Anyway.
Without an update of JD I just started downloading again.
1st dl started right away after a minute and finished very quickly with constant 1MB/s speed.
Next had the new waiting time of appr. 30 minutes.
After which the flood error messages occurred :(.

Maybe the flood protection is a weekend institution to give users (who are able to use the reconnect feature) a reason to get a premium account?
Because with the new constant download speed and an automatic reconnect after IP change, I can't see a reason why anyone still felt the urge to pay.
Other than being a good samaritan and having some spare change.

Last edited by buggsy; 08.11.2010 at 02:41.
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Old 08.11.2010, 07:29
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1st post, I'm also regularly getting "no free slots" messages. And today for the first time I got a "please stop flooding our download servers". I'm on a dynamic IP (Virgin cable 10MBs^-1), using latest version of JD. The "New IP" button doesn't work for me

I know nothing technical (java etc), but I'm not bad with logistics. I reckon Rapidshare is monitoring how quickly the next link is accessed after the first one. So if the next link is started instantaneously after the Rapid-countdown between links ends, they know. Is there a way to change the code of jdownloader so it doesn't trust the Rapid-countdown and perhaps waits an extra 61-241 seconds (Randomly generated value for each link). Or you could trial and error what range works, I went pretty safe with 61-241 I think ^_^

You could also add a much shorter random time element (15 seconds or so)to after your file actually loads for download (when the download button actually appears on the site after the 2 min wait). It could be useful for other hosts in future too. I suppose I'm coming exclusively from a free-user point of view though.

The way they're going lately, they won't have any customers soon. Rapidshare links seem to be an endangered species these days.
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Old 08.11.2010, 08:23
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... they won't have any customers soon.
Hopefully...
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Old 08.11.2010, 16:31
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FWIW it looks like Rapidshare's changing things again.

Instead of the "No free slots..." message, I just got "Download as freeuser currently not possible".

The good news is that JD responded properly:
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03 11/8/10 10:27:38 AM - INFO [java_downloader] -> Download as freeuser currently not possible
203 11/8/10 10:27:38 AM - WARNING [java_downloader] -> 
Error occured- latest: ERROR_HOSTER_TEMPORARILY_UNAVAILABLE
00100000000001000001000000000001 <Statuscode
00000000000000000000000000000001 |TODO
00000000000000000001000000000000 |ERROR_HOSTER_TEMPORARILY_UNAVAILABLE
00000000000001000000000000000000 |PLUGIN_IN_PROGRESS
00100000000000000000000000000000 |PLUGIN_ACTIVE
StatusText: Connecting...
ErrorMessage: Download as freeuser currently not possible

203 11/8/10 10:27:38 AM - WARNING [java_downloader] -> Error occurred: Download from this host is currently not possble: PLease wait 60000 ms for a retry
ERROR IN USER: Never post a log scrap. Upload your log. (drbits)

Last edited by drbits; 09.11.2010 at 05:31.
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Old 08.11.2010, 17:08
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Thanks for the quick fix to the rapidshare "Stop Flooding" problem. It may not be perfect yet, but it is working for me as a free user on rapidshare. (I updated JDownloader US eastern time 8am today.)

I am, however, having a problem with what appears may be the same code section. If my ISP drops the connection JDownloader detects it, but still walks through the entire list of files to be downloaded, and marks them as failed, and then I have to reset all the files, and start the download again.

I am running the latedt and greatest as of 8am today.
Windows XP
Java JRE 1.6.20

attached is the pertinent portion of the log file.

Edit (drbits): This should also be fixed now.
Attached Files
File Type: txt JD similar.txt (3.0 KB, 359 views)

Last edited by drbits; 09.11.2010 at 05:29.
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Old 08.11.2010, 17:11
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FWIW it looks like Rapidshare's changing things again.

Instead of the "No free slots..." message, I just got "Download as freeuser currently not possible".

The good news is that JD responded properly:
Is that update available for Linux users (ubuntu) yet or soon?
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Old 08.11.2010, 20:02
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I haven't d/l anything from RapidShare in two days. I'm a free user.

Just a few minutes ago, I cued up four links in RS and got the following message?:

"All free downloads slots full. Please stop flooding our download servers."

I've come across the first sentence before, of course. But the second sentence? That's a new one...

Friday, I did d/l about 15-20 links from RS. Since I'm a free user, it basically took all day and most of the night. But again, I didn't do anything on RS Saturday or Sunday, and nothing today until just a few minutes ago when I tried. I'm hardly flooding their servers.

Anyone else got this message before? Is this a JD thing?
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Old 08.11.2010, 20:05
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@buggsy

I too have a nearly static ip with Kabel Deutschland but there are ways to get a new ip except you have a really static ip. There are scripts for that out there. Look at gulli.com if you understand german. Otherwise there are probably solutions in english too somewhere.

@Intr0

At least for new ip you must setup a batchfile or script or something in JD. Otherwise its not working.

@RoofingGuy

I think that new message is part of the fix for JD. Its the old "no free slots available" I think.
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Old 08.11.2010, 20:07
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I just updated JD on Linux.
Don't know yet if it's improved but it opened a website with JD's latest updates, which included an rs update from Nov 7.
I dont see rapidshare.com in the host list with version 12839 anymore as before.

What's weird is that instead I see a plugin for rapidshare.ru, version 9747.
Can someone explain to a newbie like me why I see rapidshare.ru in the host list, but not rapidshare.com?
I suspect it's not the same thing is it?



edit:
Ok, forget what I said.
I was confused by the listing.

rapidshare.com version is 12895 in latest linux JD version

Last edited by buggsy; 08.11.2010 at 20:15.
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Old 08.11.2010, 20:08
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@ user0
I've got it in the web page too. it's pretty funny XD

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Old 08.11.2010, 20:21
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Yep... 12895 is what I have on Win7... you're up to date.
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Old 08.11.2010, 20:24
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Update your plugins.

Rapidshare changed something, and ended up getting "flooded" by JD if a file failed due to "no free slots."

The latest Rapidshare plugin handles the "no free slots" better... it waits, instead of just moving down the list and flooding RS.
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Old 08.11.2010, 22:04
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@SebastianJu

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Because the floodprotect seems to work this way:
* If a user requests 2 different files in a certain timespan he is a automated downloader.
* If he is one show the next minute only the floodwarning.
So when there are no free slots it will ask the next file and bam... flood protect...
I agree, is seams there is a detection for requests on 2+ files within a span of time which is bound to the ip.

Again: I got a "...slots full.." message on ip a (location a) when i do not have that problem on ip b (location b). Testet 10 times. At location a with jdownloader i got 8 times more often a "...slots full" message than in location b where i do request the same files within the same hour, but i did it manually in location b.

Result:
location a = 6-8 messages / hour
location b = 0-1 message / hour

I do not think that rapidshare has reduced the amount of slots. I think there is a "bad user detection" working with banishes jDownloader very effectiv - that may be is the reason for the great download performance within the last days (if you got a slot).

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Old 08.11.2010, 22:17
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@Daniela

Yes since the change at rapishare and with the new jd-update I have downloaded so much from rapidshare that I got before only in weeks I presume... Pretty fast. Reconnect, Download a half minute wat 3MB/s and reconnect... Nice move from Rapidshare... And good for us that we have a fast reacting developerteam... thanks devs
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Old 09.11.2010, 03:31
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Well, I am not really experienced in writing programs, so please don't post mean comments if I am talking rubbish... ;-)

1.
Like other users of JD I've got the impression that Rapidshare detects users of automated download programs and shows the "flood" warning (or now the "download for free users currently not possible" warning) to them.

2.
If once detected as auomated downloader, a reconnection is not sufficient for being able to download the next file. Actually in most cases you need to RECONNECT AND RESTART jdownloader (1 or 2 times).

So here are my proposals:

Proposal for 1.:
RS NEEDS YOUR IP to treat you as automated downloader. Im thinking of the following sequence: JD has succeeded in downloading the first file - JD is requesting the next file from RS using the same IP - RS detects this IP as automated downloader and shows the warning instead of a message telling you to wait a certain amount of time.
So what about making JD RECONNECT NOT AFTER GETTING THE MESSAGE TO WAIT, BUT BEFORE REQUESTING THE NEXT FILE from Rapidshare?
In this case JD will request the next file using a new IP and won't be detected by RS.

Proposal for 2.:
Perhaps it's possible to make JD not only RECONNECT but also RESTART itself when downloading from Rapidshare?

Last edited by ilcapo; 09.11.2010 at 03:41.
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