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Old 16.02.2019, 02:00
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Question Reduce the creation of the "downloadList" backup link to reduce CPU usage

Good. I love jdownloader. I have many links in the jdownloader, many !, and their creation of link backups are very useful but uses a lot CPU processor, so I would like to reduce the creation to 1 time per minute or every 5 mins. Example:

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C:\Users\userwithafx4100\AppData\Local\JDownloader v2.0\cfg

downloadList95739.zip weighs 300mb and it creates me as 5, and generates 1 every second, very useful when you make a mistake but sometimes I see it as unnecessary and it does not let me do other things while I download, Does anyone know how to edit this or what part ???

In conclusion, I need to reduce the creation of downloadList95739.zip at 1 per minute, instead of 1 per second.


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Old 18.02.2019, 15:27
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Can you please provide a screenshot of your about dialog of JDownloader?
300mb of downloadList sounds like VERY VERY LONG list?

Don't get me wrong but I doubt that this happens every second as this would mean compressing list to 300mb every second and the minimum delay is 5 secs (default) and the max delay is 60 secs(default). That means minimum 5 secs after latest change and max 60 secs before writing changes to disk.

You can already customize min/max delay in Settings-Advanced Settings
DownloadController.minimumsavedelay
DownloadController.maximumsavedelay
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Old 25.02.2019, 19:02
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Can you please provide a screenshot of your about dialog of JDownloader?
300mb of downloadList sounds like VERY VERY LONG list?

Don't get me wrong but I doubt that this happens every second as this would mean compressing list to 300mb every second and the minimum delay is 5 secs (default) and the max delay is 60 secs(default). That means minimum 5 secs after latest change and max 60 secs before writing changes to disk.

You can already customize min/max delay in Settings-Advanced Settings
DownloadController.minimumsavedelay
DownloadController.maximumsavedelay
I am very grateful for your answer, I tell you that I like to save photos of models that I like from their social networks, and to not return to download the photos I usually keep the links in a folder. Jdownloader has very impressive options, in which it allows me to delete the repeated files that are already in jdownloader, in a second.

In conclusion, I capture files, download, keep the links completed in a folder as a backup, so I do not download it again.

To reduce the links, I check the status of each link and delete those that are offline because they are not necessary, these dead links have to be deleted manually, I did not find a way to delete them with a single click, since they are completed and I can not make the cleaning filter work with completed links, even if they are already dead. It basically erases everything that is completed, what is online and what is not.

I will be close to 100000 links counting games or movies, series, books, comics, music that never downloads. Ordering all that is a nightmare.

SSD changed my life, about 1min to open.

Haha curious.

I change this
DownloadController.minimumsavedelay 5000 to 60000
DownloadController.maximumsavedelay 60000 to 300000 is 5mins i think.
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Old 25.02.2019, 19:10
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Thanks for the feedback. Yes those values are in ms, so 1000 is 1 sec.
with those changed values the write pressure should be reduced, right?
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Old 25.02.2019, 19:20
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You should also keep an eye on the memory stats in the about dialog of JDownloader. Maybe it's necessary to increase java heap for more swoman work with JDownloader and to reduce memory pressure
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Old 03.03.2019, 03:50
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You should also keep an eye on the memory stats in the about dialog of JDownloader. Maybe it's necessary to increase java heap for more swoman work with JDownloader and to reduce memory pressure
Ty sir, how can i change that?? sound new and interesting for me.
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Old 04.03.2019, 11:47
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Please provide a screenshot of the about dialog and then I can tell you if action is requird or fine as it is.
Screenshots shows information about memory usage/settings
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