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Old 24.05.2017, 04:46
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Default Nitroflare [chunks getting disconnected]

I have had this issue before and it self correced after a week or so but not now.
When downloading with Nitroflare when I lose a chunk (from 5 to say 4 chunks) my download speeds PLUMMET. First from like 13mb per/sec to 7 then when I lose another to WAY lower an continues down from there. This only happens with nitroflare and when I disable/enable the download the speed temporally goes back to normal but then drops again. Still no word from Nitroflare support.
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Old 24.05.2017, 09:33
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That's part of the next download core in JDownloader

At the moment I don't find enough time to finalize the work on it for release

What you describe happens when speed is limited per connection (either server configuration or routing/bandwidth available..) and of course speed will go down when connections finish. But why you use that many connection in first place?
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Old 24.05.2017, 11:32
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Because the download speed (at least here in the US) between using say 2 chunks and 4 chunks is quite drastic.
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Old 24.05.2017, 12:11
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Ah okay. Other continent explains it, in that case more connections indeed can provide better speeds
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Old 25.05.2017, 03:48
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Please work on a fix as it's gotten REALLY bad.
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