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Old 29.06.2009, 02:10
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Default JDownloader leaks more memory than a fork bomb

I use JDownloader in Linux, and for some reason, each time I have many packages in the Linkgrabber menu (and they were already loaded, etc.), and I want to move a file from one package to another, the computer just hangs. And with just hangs, I mean that not only JDownloader, but the whole computer just hangs. I just reboot. since it won't even work after restarting X!

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Old 29.06.2009, 04:56
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need a logfile and more information for this
maybe your root partition is full?

what os? what java?
can you give the output of top at the point when it hangs?
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Old 30.06.2009, 03:45
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need a logfile and more information for this
maybe your root partition is full?

what os? what java?
can you give the output of top at the point when it hangs?
I can't give you any output because it just hangs, that means I can't do ANYTHING with the computer.

And I'm on an Ubuntu Jaunty Jackalope using Java 1.6.
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Old 30.06.2009, 12:29
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how much ram does your computer have?
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how much ram does your computer have?
1gb.
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