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Old 11.07.2016, 10:04
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Default NitroFlare Slowdown

All of a sudden all of my NitroFlare downloads slow to a CRAWL at the end (last 20%). I mean it's about 33 kb/sec. If I stop and restart it it's ok though but that's kind of a pain in the ass.
I don't have this issue when using downthemall
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Old 11.07.2016, 10:48
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Sure you did test with same file? same settings?
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Old 11.07.2016, 12:04
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Yep. same file, same everything. It just started about a week ago.
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Old 11.07.2016, 12:05
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Can you please provide screenshots? Nothing changed on our site
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Old 11.07.2016, 15:37
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It drops to 1 chunk and the download speed tanks
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Old 11.07.2016, 15:48
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Do you start with multiple connections? In that case it is caused by server that the speed of the single chunk drops. JDownloader does not support dynamic chunking (spliting rest into multiple chunks again) yet. This is part of a next gen download core I'm working on
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Old 11.07.2016, 15:49
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Well shit! Now it's doing it with Real-Debrid as well. Speed drops to nothing as download progresses.
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Old 11.07.2016, 15:50
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Also make sure your firewall/av are set to exclude java and JDownloader.
Does speed drop also happen with 1 connection?
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Old 11.07.2016, 15:51
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I'm confused. I've ALWAYS started downloads with multiple chunks since I started using jdownloader many years ago. Isn't that the point? Like I said, it wasn't behaving like this a couple weeks ago and others like keep2share seem unaffected.
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Old 11.07.2016, 15:54
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here's my latest with 15 chunks and there was no drop off at all
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Old 11.07.2016, 16:07
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The point is...starting it with 15 chunks will assign max bandwidth divided by 15 chunks...so after each chunk stopped, it depends on many factors (eg server software) if the other chunks will receive additional speed or not. and your case shows that it seems that nitroflare changed something so the speed does not come back
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Old 15.07.2016, 03:50
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Well, I'm still not sure whats going on at this point so...

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Old 15.07.2016, 11:03
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I can only tell that nothing changed at JDownloader site
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Old 15.07.2016, 11:18
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And the issue seems to has resolves itself@ my end ass well.
And not a minute to soon. I mean what kind of God would allow something like r that to occur and threaten a grown mans access to uncensored clown porn.
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Old 15.07.2016, 11:21
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Issues that solve themselves I like most Thanks for the feedback!
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