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Old 05.03.2011, 17:06
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Default "Plugin error" blocks other downloads

I loaded a batch of links, including mirrors on several hosts.

Apparently I'm in a country that Fileserve hates, so they won't let me download anything. But for some reason JD greenlit the FS links in the linkchecker.

I thought they might work now, or if not the mirrors will, so I send all the links to "Download".
Now a Fileserve link is started. It aborts with the usual bogus "Plugin error: (Out of date)" message.

BUT IT DOES NOT RELEASE THE LINK. The other mirrors for that link are all greyed out as "Mirror fileserve.com is loading. File already exists".

If a download aborts, the mirror links should be reactivated. Now I have to select and reset them all manually.

And this is not simply a "Fileserve error", so please do not throw it in the black hole with all the other fileserve bugs. Its a problem in how JD manages mirrors. Apparently JD pretends the file exists once it allocates it to a host. But if the download fails, it does not unmark it, so none of the other host links will take its place automatically.

Logfile: http://jdownloader.org/pastebin/30845

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Old 06.03.2011, 11:01
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jD has no real mirror 'management'. It only detects files that have exactly the same name and size. It also takes into account the setting of the option "If the file already exists:". That's all.

See also

It is one of the oldest no-implemented requirements.

It has been replaced by



It received a high priority but nothing has been done yet.

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Old 06.03.2011, 11:55
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jD has no real mirror 'management'. It only detects files that have exactly the same name and size. It also takes into account the setting of the option "If the file already exists:". That's all.
It needs to "redetect" on events like aborting a download.

Now we have to force this by manually deleting the dead link and resetting the mirrors.
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Old 06.03.2011, 15:59
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i will work on downloadhandling after my current work in jd, then i will try to adress this issue too
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