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Old 13.10.2014, 11:34
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maynak00 I think that bthis is not caused by the scheduler, too.

can you please join our chat for a teamviewer session? I cannot see anything of interest in the log.
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Old 13.10.2014, 17:19
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Also eine Art Meta-Aktion, die sagt aktiviere/deaktiviere eine andere Regel?
Richtig. Bzw das man den Speedlimit-Regel setzen aufheben kann.
Beispiel: Man hat eine Speedlimit Regulär gesetzt (oder eben nicht). Nun hat man aber noch eine Zeitliches Speedlimit mit anderer Geschwindichkeit aktiviert. Sofern diese dann aufgehoben mit einer weiteren Zeitlichen Regel aufgehoben wird, so soll die Reguläre Spezifikation wieder zum einsatz kommen (oder eben nicht).

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Wie stellst du dir das mit dem Gruppen vor?
Was meinst du mit "aufheben"?

GreeZ psp
Nun Ähnlich wie mit den Paketen der Downloadlinks.
Ich habe eine Reihe von Timer-Regeln für einen Hoster erstellt.
Es handelt sich dabei um die Realdebride-Happy-Hour.
Würde ich diese Aktion deaktivieren wollen, so müsste ich alle Regeln die In Verbidnung damit stehen sollen einzelnd deaktivieren, bzw. erstmal zuroden können.
Wenn man aber diese Regeln in Gruppen (ählich wie bei den Verwendungsregeln der Accountverwaltung) verwalten könnte, so kann man via "Häckchen" die ganze Gruppe Aktivieren/Deaktivieren und das anpassen würde somit vereinfacht werden.
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  "actionConfig" : "{\r\n  \"hoster\" : \"real-debrid.com\",\r\n  \"user\" : \"spongshga\"\r\n}",
  "timeType" : "SPECIFICDAYS",
  "timestamp" : 1412913600,
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  "timestamp" : 1412935260,
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  "id" : 1412940243823,
  "enabled" : true,
  "name" : "RealDebride.com - Happy Hour_4DL's - 0.1 (6-x) [START]",
  "actionID" : "SET_CONNECTIONS",
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  "selectedDays" : [ "MONDAY", "TUESDAY", "WEDNESDAY", "THURSDAY", "FRIDAY", "SATURDAY", "SUNDAY" ]
} ]
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Old 13.10.2014, 17:44
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Oder einfach Multi-Selektion --> Rechtsklick --> Akti-/Deaktivieren
Das fehlt bei Accounts auch noch (im Kontextmenü).

GreeZ psp
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Old 14.10.2014, 09:23
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Hi - I am trying to use the scheduler so start downloads without success.

To test I schedule it to start in 2 minutes from now and stop a minute later. I then watch it and it starts just fine and stops just fine.
I then schedule it to start at 1:00am and stop at 5:44am and leave it. The next day the downloads did not happen. I have tried over three days now and every time the same thing - my test works perfectly but the overnight does not happen.

I am running jdownloader in a Linux (Fedora) machine. Is there anywhere where logs for jdownloader2 scheduler can be looked at?
No one able to guide me here?

Again last night allt he downloads queued up did not start. But if I set the scheduler to start in a few minutes from the current time then it works just fine. The "next run time" columnm shows the correct date and time but for some reason it doesnt work.
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Old 14.10.2014, 12:49
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Well then where is your log and a screenshot of that sheduler event??

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Old 14.10.2014, 14:01
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Hi - I am trying to use the scheduler so start downloads without success.

To test I schedule it to start in 2 minutes from now and stop a minute later. I then watch it and it starts just fine and stops just fine.
I then schedule it to start at 1:00am and stop at 5:44am and leave it. The next day the downloads did not happen. I have tried over three days now and every time the same thing - my test works perfectly but the overnight does not happen.

I am running jdownloader in a Linux (Fedora) machine. Is there anywhere where logs for jdownloader2 scheduler can be looked at?
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Well then where is your log and a screenshot of that sheduler event??

GreeZ psp

Well part of my question was how to get a log - I can grab a screenshot this evening - dont think there is anything out of ordinary there though.
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Old 14.10.2014, 14:13
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Instructions are linked in my signature down below

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Old 14.10.2014, 17:04
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possible?
I need this: stop downloads(x minutes later/after xx links downloaded/after x hour/example package completed etc.).restart JD.start downloads (do it always until I disable it.)
because my JD unresponsive after some hours.with this, jd always responsive
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Old 15.10.2014, 01:00
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To test I schedule it to start in 2 minutes from now and stop a minute later. I then watch it and it starts just fine and stops just fine.
I then schedule it to start at 1:00am and stop at 5:44am and leave it. The next day the downloads did not happen. I have tried over three days now and every time the same thing - my test works perfectly but the overnight does not happen.

I am running jdownloader in a Linux (Fedora) machine
Maybe your machine has hibernate or suspend-to-ram enabled with a specific idle timeout?
Which kind of 'repeat' did you chose ("Only once", "Specific Days")?
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Hi - I am trying to use the scheduler so start downloads without success.

To test I schedule it to start in 2 minutes from now and stop a minute later. I then watch it and it starts just fine and stops just fine.
I then schedule it to start at 1:00am and stop at 5:44am and leave it. The next day the downloads did not happen. I have tried over three days now and every time the same thing - my test works perfectly but the overnight does not happen.

I am running jdownloader in a Linux (Fedora) machine. Is there anywhere where logs for jdownloader2 scheduler can be looked at?
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Maybe your machine has hibernate or suspend-to-ram enabled with a specific idle timeout?
Which kind of 'repeat' did you chose ("Only once", "Specific Days")?
I have this exact same problem except I'm on a desktop running Windows 7 64 bit. No hibernate or anything happening. There shouldn't be any sort of energy saving scheme I'm aware of unless Windows has hidden it somewhere.

I created a log, it gave me this ID here:

16.10.14 16.08.16to16.10.14 16.08.15 jdlog://0444876271141/

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I created a log, it gave me this ID here:

16.10.14 16.08.16to16.10.14 16.08.15 jdlog://0444876271141/
Your log didn't help me, because the scheduler extension didn't log enough information to find the problem. I updated the extension to provide more information - the update was released yesterday.
Please reproduce the bug and provide a new log for that.
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I have the same problem, I will try to create a log tomorrow (it's still 23 on my country - GMT-5). Also I think the speed limit schedules aren't working but I'm not sure.
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So I got no log between the time the schedules should work so I just leave here the last one that JD2 shows me. 24.10.14 10.18.24to24.10.14 11.10.31 jdlog://3109373693141/

And here is another from 2 days ago: 22.10.14 13.14.19to23.10.14 09.16.41 jdlog://6109373693141/

And a screenshot of my schedules (just in case because the second log is from 13:14 to 09:16):

http://i.imgur.com/tFLDx43.png

And nor the start/stop downloads nor the speed limits are working (on the scheduler, of course).
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Your log didn't help me, because the scheduler extension didn't log enough information to find the problem. I updated the extension to provide more information - the update was released yesterday.
Please reproduce the bug and provide a new log for that.
Here is the log from last night:

23.10.14 20.29.06to24.10.14 20.00.07 jdlog://9869373693141/
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Thanks lamole234 and Jesse_w_k for your logs. The bug was in the logic to check whether an 'Specific Days' event should be executed.
This should be fixed now - but the fixing update will be released with the next full build of the JDownloader. So it might take a few days until it reaches you. Maybe on monday or tuesday.

Until then you can use 'Only once' as a workaround.

Edit: Update should be released now. Please make sure that you updated to the latest version of jd2 and try if the bug is fixed. Feedback would be nice

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Old 28.10.2014, 17:15
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It's working fine now, thanks!
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Why the schedule is not working ?
it does never start or stop at the time I have specified. I watched the clock pass without the downloads start at midnight. I reconfigure it many times and I have restarted jdownloader.
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Why the schedule is not working ?
Please provide a log from a period of time an action should have been executed. (Around 11:50pm and 7am)
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Old 14.11.2014, 00:54
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Hi,

es wäre super, wenn man als Aktion "Updates installieren" wählen könnte.
Und zwar möglichst ohne für die Installation eine Bestätigung zu verlangen.
Damit könnten sich die "unbeaufsichtigt" (auf Servern z.b.) laufenden Instanzen endlich regelmäßig selbst updaten!


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Please provide a log from a period of time an action should have been executed. (Around 11:50pm and 7am)


Helli flubshi

I can see this log generated:
17.11.14 18.13.37to15.11.14 17.45.16 jdlog://4220955715141/

does it help you solving my problem with the schedule ?
I noticed recently that STRAT works fine on schedule but STOP is not and I have scheduled as following:
START from 11:50pm
STOP t 07:00am (next day) you have my screenshot in my previous reply
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