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Old 08.08.2019, 18:57
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initial connection got killed, java.net.SocketException: Connection reset
resume failed with read_timeout, java.net.SocketTimeoutException: Read timed out

Just tested same download in browser, and speed has huge drops/ups.
does it keep happening when you remove the file and add it again?I'm asking because it might also be a buggy server, as my download was from different than yours
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Old 08.08.2019, 20:01
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initial connection got killed, java.net.SocketException: Connection reset
resume failed with read_timeout, java.net.SocketTimeoutException: Read timed out

Just tested the same download in browser, and speed has huge drops/ups.
does it keep happening when you remove the file and add it again? I'm asking because it might also be a buggy server, as my download was from different than yours
Pause & resume solves the issue, Also in IDM there were ups and down in speed but download wasn't stopped as it was in JD2.
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Old 09.08.2019, 15:03
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When this doesn't happen in IDM, then either IDM transparently auto retries or issue is caused by local Firewall/AV.
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When this doesn't happen in IDM, then either IDM transparently auto retries or issue is caused by local Firewall/AV.
Can you implement something similar in JD2?
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Old 12.08.2019, 13:57
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JDownloader already retries after timeout, doesn't it?
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Old 12.08.2019, 15:29
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JDownloader already retries after the timeout, doesn't it?
In IDM the timer is 0sec.
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Old 12.08.2019, 16:04
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Sure, but timer of 0sec can also easily leed to DDOS like scenarios. Waiting some secs it the more save approach to handle such situations
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Old 13.08.2019, 13:41
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Sure, but timer of 0sec can also easily lead to DDOS like scenarios. Waiting some secs it the more save approach to handle such situations
Sure, but something like that never happened in IDM (not sure if it was interrupted in the first place tho,). Anyways how about an optional plugin setting in plugin manager just for this one? (since it's not happening to elsewhere).
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Old 13.08.2019, 16:09
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I'm sorry but won't change that. Waiting some secs doesn't hurt and without knowing if this issue is caused local/remote site, it's safest way. Not happening in IDM (did you check logs) means that something else on your computer like Firewall/AV is causing this. This error is not caused by JDownloader but happens deep down within tcp connection
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Old 14.08.2019, 19:26
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Waiting some secs doesn't hurt
5min!= Some secs.

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Firewall/AV is causing this
Is there something I do to verify that is is not AV's fault (i.e. turn off AV in that session?)


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I'm sorry but won't change that.........it's the safest way.
Understandable. But can you tell me how can turn off this safety feature (not only for 'nopy.to' but as a whole). If the setting is still not available, can you implement this setting? (Which users can turn on and off if they wish).
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Old 15.08.2019, 19:34
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5min!= Some secs.
Sorry, you're right. This is a different timeout. I'm sorry but at the moment this cannot be changed but I will think about a way to reduce it.


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Is there something I do to verify that is is not AV's fault (i.e. turn off AV in that session?).
1.) you could try to download the same file in browser -> if the issue happens there too, then it's caused by remote site
2.) you can uninstall/remove firewall/av, reboot and try again and check if the issue still happens.
3.) also make sure that no other downloads are running during testing
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Old 15.08.2019, 20:39
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1.) you could try to download the same file in the browser -> if the issue happens there too, then it's caused by the remote site
2.) you can uninstall/remove firewall/av, reboot and try again and check if the issue still happens.
3.) also make sure that no other downloads are running during testing
I've already tried no.2 and for no.1 It shouldn't happen there too (since it didn't happen in IDM), but I'll test in chrome anyway.

Also, What about my last suggestion/request?
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Understandable. But can you tell me how can turn off this safety feature (not only for 'nopy.to' but as a whole). If the setting is still not available, can you implement this setting? (Which users can turn on and off if they wish).
Can you do something about it?
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Old 16.08.2019, 11:13
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Can you do something about it?
see my answer
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Sorry, you're right. This is a different timeout. I'm sorry but at the moment this cannot be changed but I will think about a way to reduce it.
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Understood.
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