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Old 16.11.2022, 20:54
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Hi, is it possible to remove pending update files? I mean - I ´ve already set "ask before DOWNLOADING update" and thus I want remove pending update.

I want to be notified in case when updates are ready for download. But I forgot to alter the setting prior the update was downloaded...
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Old 16.11.2022, 22:14
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@heavydownloader: will check and answer by tomorrow
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Old 17.11.2022, 19:50
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@@heavydownloader: you can find the download/pending for installation packages in tmp/update directory. you can remove those not yet installed updates as JDownloader
see https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...olders-cleanup
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Old 26.11.2022, 21:36
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@@heavydownloader: you can find the download/pending for installation packages in tmp/update directory. you can remove those not yet installed updates as JDownloader
see **External links are only visible to Support Staff**...
Which one? There´re multiple files - I want to remove only the latest downloaded update.

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Old 26.11.2022, 22:09
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@heavydownloader: the downloaded but not yet installed updates are the tmp/update/packages_* files.
packages_*.awf = update package ( contains the update data )
packages_*.awf.id = update response meta information ( contains the cached server response to the update request )
packages_*.awf.info = update package meta information ( contains meta information about the update data )
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Old 26.11.2022, 22:11
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I want to remove only the latest downloaded update.
You can sort the files to creation date or the numbers (which is a timestamp in ms, see epochconverter.com )

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Hi, is it possible to remove pending update files?
and then simply delete all of the packages_* files
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Old 26.11.2022, 22:16
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@heavydownloader: the downloaded but not yet installed updates are the tmp/update/packages_* files.
packages_*.awf = update package ( contains the update data )
packages_*.awf.id = update response meta information ( contains the cached server response to the update request )
packages_*.awf.info = update package meta information ( contains meta information about the update data )

Thanks! Solved!

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Old 26.11.2022, 22:24
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sorry, not solved. Deleted the files, but still - an update is ready for installation.
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Old 26.11.2022, 22:25
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@heavydownloader: you're welcome. the tmp/update/self folder is part of the update process. You may delete that folder as well as it will be created automatically on next update installation
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Old 26.11.2022, 22:26
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@heavydownloader: can you show screenshot of the content of the tmp/update folder?
Did you restart JDownloader? are there still any packages_ files left over or new created?
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Old 26.11.2022, 22:29
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Thanks! Now it is solved. update removed sucessfully!!
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Old 26.11.2022, 22:29
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@heavydownloader: also delete tmp/update/self
the dialog is triggered because of the pending self (JDownloader.jar) update. sorry, didn't had this situation while trying to reproduce the situation and providing the details/howto to remove the pending update
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Old 26.11.2022, 23:01
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You´re writing faster than I´m replying:D
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