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Old 24.11.2020, 12:00
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Default Wie Downloads, die nicht starten und bei denen "Starting..." angezeigt starten?

Gibt es eine Möglichkeit (ohne JD neu starten zu müssen) Downloads, die nicht starten und bei denen "Starting..." angezeigt wird, tatsächlich zu starten? "Zurücksetzen" und anderes, das ich versucht habe, funktioniert nicht.

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Old 24.11.2020, 12:03
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Nutzt du nen Proxy? Bitte mal ein Log erstellen, und logID hier posten, damit ich weiß was der Download gerade macht.
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Old 24.11.2020, 12:35
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Ja, glaube, einige Skripte benutzen einen Proxy.

24.11.20 11.35.40 <--> 24.11.20 12.34.51 jdlog://9986425302851/
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Old 24.11.2020, 13:44
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Danke. Es ist der fehlende Timeout bei Proxies

Da bin ich kurz vor der Veröffentlichung der Änderungen
Aktuell hilft da leider nur JD neustarten oder Socks Proxies nutzen.
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Old 24.11.2020, 14:10
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Ah ja, Problem also wohl bald beseidtig, super. Dann solange neu starten, OK, vielen Dank!
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Old 24.11.2020, 14:33
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Ja, das Problem wird bald behoben, dann bricht die Verbindung nach dem eingestellten Timeout ab und läuft nicht unendlich wie aktuell
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Old 24.11.2020, 15:15
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Klasse, vielen Dank!
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Old 25.11.2020, 15:12
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Gibt es eine Möglichkeit (ohne JD neu starten zu müssen) Downloads, die nicht starten und bei denen "Starting..." angezeigt wird, tatsächlich zu starten? "Zurücksetzen" und anderes, das ich versucht habe, funktioniert nicht.
Instead of restarting JD, you can use a connection manager like CurrPorts/TCP View (Windows OS) and select/close the non-responsive connections.
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Old 25.11.2020, 15:26
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@mgpai: Kill..kill that connection :p
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Old 25.11.2020, 19:56
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Instead of restarting JD, you can use a connection manager like CurrPorts/TCP View (Windows OS) and select/close the non-responsive connections.
And how do I know which of those connections I would have to close?

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Old 25.11.2020, 20:43
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@mgpai: Kill..kill that connection :p
Absolutely right. But, for some reason, both the software I listed use the term 'close'. Thought I will stick with it to avoid any confusion.

Hopefully we will not have to 'kill' for long, as you are planning to release the fix soon.

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And how do I know which of those connections I would have to close?
You can usually identify them by IP or Port numbers listed in JD connection manager. For .e.g. 3128 is a common proxy port. 'TCP View' also has sent/recd bytes column which can be used to differentiate active/idle connections. You can select and close only the idle ones. JD will automatically reestablish the connections.

If you are unable to isolate the problem connections, you can close everything except the ones with 'listening' state. It is even OK if you close them all. JD will automatically reestablish them.
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Old 25.11.2020, 21:05
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I just do not want a running download / connection.

Alright, I will try it next time to find the right connection to be closed like you say. Many thanks!
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Old 25.11.2020, 21:15
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I just do not want a running download / connection.
If you double-click in the 'Connection' column of the link, you should be able to view the IP/Port used by that connection.
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Old 25.11.2020, 21:41
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Ah OK, thank you.
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Old 26.11.2020, 10:20
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@Dockel: Take a good aim, hold your breath, and fire
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Old 26.11.2020, 10:51
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Hoppla, das könnte auch das Zitat eines A***läufers sein.
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Old 26.11.2020, 10:56
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Nunja, in gewisser Weise killst du ja *quasi blind* oder *planlos* die Verbindungen Oh nein, da ist das Urlaubsvideo abgebrochen *g*
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Old 26.11.2020, 11:07
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Nein, nein, so wie mgpai sagt, kann man ja am IP/Port erkennen, welche Verbindung man trennen sollte. Amokmäßiges Einwirken hat JD auch nicht verdient...
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Old 26.11.2020, 11:22
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Also immerhin kein Blindflug
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Old 26.11.2020, 11:37
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Nein, nein, aber bald ist das ja auch sowieso nicht mehr nötig...
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