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Old 07.04.2011, 23:14
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mulmul is there any way I can still download this file? It sucks to just have this 1 file left in my Simpsons collection:biggrin:.
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Old 08.04.2011, 13:06
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Hi men!

I've the same problem. I bought a premium fileserve account days ago. It works perfectly with Jdownloader, but without a reason, some links just don't work. JDownloader says "No internet connection?" in each of them. It happens in some links, so I can't extract my downloads cause I lack 2-3 parts. I can't download them with my browser: the link doesn't exists.

With that info you can think I'm a stupid noob and those links are just down. But no! What freaks me out is that all those broken links work in other places where I tried to download them (university, reading rooms, etc).

Any idea?????????:outch::outch::outch::outch::outch::outch::outch::outch::outch::outch::outch::outch::outch::o utch::outch::outch::outch:

Thanks in advance!!!!!!!!
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Old 08.04.2011, 13:12
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you can try out to modify the hosts file to provide a correct dns resolv.
iwf blocks fileserve for many isp.
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Old 08.04.2011, 15:29
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Hi all
I have a problem
I have downloaded a big folder of files from fileserve for 3 days, but when I opened jdownloader again this morning, to continue finishing downloading those files, it told me Plugin Out Dated.
Please help
Thanks, Bye :D
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Old 08.04.2011, 15:36
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Your post doesn't contain all the information we need.
Helping you is easier for us if you read the rules before posting and follow them so we have all information we need to help.
Information which could be missing are for example: Log & Example Links (the links you tried to download with JD).

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Old 09.04.2011, 01:24
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Default fileserve 13993 : unknown landing error

Hi. This is not the same person from post #781. I keep getting an unknown landing error with a particular fileserve link in jdownloader. I also cannot download it from the browser; I get the please wait 900 seconds. I have tried changing my IP address and deleting cookie but I still get the error in jdownloader and my browser (firefox 3.6.16).

Other fileserve links seem to work fine. It's just this one. So I assume it's not a problem with jdownloader? I don't know. But the error message says to contact jdownloader for support so that's what I'm doing. The logfile link is http://jdownloader.org/pastebin/34858
The fileserve link is **External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**

Using jdownloader 0.9.581, Sun Java 1.06_24-b07, winxp sp3
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Old 09.04.2011, 01:55
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Oh c'mon! FileServe is getting messed up more by the day.

[URL=**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff** border="0" alt="" />

I'll be contacting them soon (again!).

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Old 09.04.2011, 02:09
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oh yea I also wanted to point out a really annoying problem. If you have added links in the linkgrabber window and then you close jdownloader you will lose all those links the next time you open jdownloader. This has frustrated me on more than one occasion.

I don't want to load all the links in the download window because many times I have different host links for the same file so there's no reason to load them all. I could disable the links and then load in the download window but some hosts will not reconnect after you disable and then re-enable. I have to copy the url again and add it through linkgrabber, then delete the original. It's a hassle.

Can you make jdownloader remember the links in linkgrabber please?
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Old 09.04.2011, 14:34
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jd does handle interchangable links itself. just add all mirrors and jd will disable the others automatic. no need to keep the mirror in linkgrabber list.

but we will add a warning and/or saving option for linkgrabber too in future
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Old 10.04.2011, 02:47
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jd does handle interchangable links itself. just add all mirrors and jd will disable the others automatic. no need to keep the mirror in linkgrabber list.

but we will add a warning and/or saving option for linkgrabber too in future

I don't want to load all because I like to pick and choose which mirror I want to use. Many hosts are worse to use than others. Thanks for considering this.
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Old 10.04.2011, 12:34
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Hi
I'm not the same of other buggsy accounts.
I'd like to inform you that jdownloader tells me "unknown landing error, please contact our support"

I attached my log and the files I' ve tried to download.

Bye
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Old 10.04.2011, 12:48
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@buggsy
Thanks, i improved the errorhandling, wait for the next update!

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Old 10.04.2011, 14:02
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Default Server Error Fileserve downloads wont start

This is doing my head in i can select a batch of fileserve files into my jdownloader and it says there all online some of them start but a few start saying server error 15m 00s countdown starts. Been like this all weekend all my other files downloaded fine but do a few parts of the download still waiting. anyone having the same issue....
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Old 10.04.2011, 14:22
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Merged fileserve threads!
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1.WHERE is the log?
2.Are you a free- or premiumuser?
3.WHERE are the example links?
4.Can you download the files manually through your browser?

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Old 10.04.2011, 14:49
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@buggsy of post #787 (the one with the lost linkgrabber links issue)

You can disable links in the Linkgrabber before you move them to the download queue.
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Old 10.04.2011, 22:40
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Exactly, you can add the same files from two different hosts.
Just disable the ones from the host you don't want to download at that time (in linkgrabber list) and click continue with all.
Then you'll have all the links from both hosts (same files) in JD.
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Old 11.04.2011, 13:04
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Sorry for posting 2 messages shortly after eachother but I've got some very important news from FSe.

I contaced Ricky who is employed at Fileserve about all the landing errors and dead links and received an honest reply:

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Originally Posted by Vjeetn
Hi Rick,

Thanks for looking into it

First two links are on server fs2271dm.fileserve.com
**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**

These next ones are online if I follow the link in my browser.
However, if I proceed I get the message in browser: The file or page you tried to access is no longer accessible.
These appear to be landing errors (404). Don't know what that exactly means but JD staff has told me this is problem with the FSe servers.
**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**

These are only a few examples. As you've seen in the screenshot I have a whole list of links in JD that fail.
I suspect these are all on the same server.

Thx

Reply from RickyFS
FS2271 and 846 died as I explained. I've jsut recently heard from techs that some files on 846 can be recovered whereas 2271 has a dimer expectancy of recovering files. If you have files uploaded on 2271 you're recommended to reupload them.

For these two:

**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**
**External links are only visible to Support Staff****External links are only visible to Support Staff**

I've requested for them to be looked into.

Thanks

So basically this means:

If you're trying to download files from fs2271dm.fileserve.com or fs846dm.fileserve.com and you get a FATAL ERROR / landing error (404) you won't be able to get these files as their servers have crashed. Chances of data recovery are slim so don't expect to get those files ever again. If you uploaded to those servers and they are unreachable it is advised to reupload them.


Very sad news as I've had several needed files on that particular server. At least I'm glad I finally got an honest explanatory reply. The reply from FSe support I got a while back only said they're aware of it and working on it. But now we know we don't have to try getting those files back.

Maybe an admin can put this information at the beginning of this topic or make it a sticky?
A lot of people have come here to complain about the same problems (including me )

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Quote:
Originally Posted by Vjeetn
Ok, thanks for the explanation Ricky.
Such a pity those servers crashed and that recovery is slim on 2271 as this one seems to hold most of the dead links I needed.
Hope the other ones can be fixed though.
Do you have an idea when the recovery will be started or are they already working on it?
And if so, will the recovered files (if any) be linked to the same links as before?


I contacted FSe support myself some time ago but the answers were vague i.e. "we are aware of it" but they didn't tell me the servers basically died and recovery chances are slim.

At least I'm happy I finally got a clear answer from you
Thanks again and have a nice day.

Reply from Ricky:
They're looking into 2271, but they report it may be a goner. For files located on 846 they may be able to recover a little under half of the drive containing the files.

The files that are recovered from 846 will have same links. Links won't change.

They didn't know that 2271 and 846 were dead. This is something we've been made aware of recently. Everything isn't passed down immediately due to the sheer size of the company. That should give you the idea that we aren't just 5 people working on this site

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Old 11.04.2011, 13:20
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added support for the 404 landing page
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Old 11.04.2011, 13:31
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added support for the 404 landing page
Thx Jiaz.
Any way of making this message more visible?
Think this will solve a lot of people's questions/complaints.

EDIT: well, if the report in JD is clear there's no need to make the forum message pop up more I guess

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Old 11.04.2011, 14:11
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Could you please explain how one can detect/obtain the server for a particular FSe link?
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