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Old 18.07.2012, 00:48
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Hi there ...
my name is Reza and am soooo pleased to use this amazing program (Jdownloader) it is just amazing...
but I have a problem so please if Jiaz can help me with it ...
the problem is :
when i downloading files it allways disconnecting and after 5 min. it reconnect and download some bits and then again disconnect...
god this made me sick...:outch:
see the attached pic ..
please help me as soon as posible:rolleyes:
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Old 18.07.2012, 09:41
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set max connections to 1 and try again
else upload a logfile and give id
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Old 20.07.2012, 04:00
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Ok I believe I know what is the problem ...
when I use Jdownloader in slow Internet speed this problem is occur ...
when i use Jdownloader at night and in the night my net speed 1 Mb/sec..
and at day the net speed about 60 kb/sec.
ok so how can you help me Jiaz and solving this big problem as you know not every person in the earth have the 1 MB/sec net speed ...
so i need u to tell me how to solve this problem and i still have slow internet speed with out changing my Internet service provider(ISP)...
waiting for your answer Jiaz..
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Old 20.07.2012, 08:51
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plwas provide a logfile, give the id
i need to know why the downloads fail, then I can give hints
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Old 20.07.2012, 17:39
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Thanx for your responding Jiaz ..
Ok this is the Id :

jdlog://1342798657759

waiting for your answer ...
thanx again
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Old 22.07.2012, 04:34
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Am waiting for your answer ...
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Old 22.07.2012, 09:59
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will check it on monday
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Old 22.07.2012, 10:43
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Sorry I had this prepared before jiaz last post but forgot to post

mediafire download you are running two chunks,

then it times out either due to low bandwidth connection or firewall/antivirus interference

Spoiler:
------------------------Thread: 142:Downloadchunk 0 - 43661759-----------------------
--ID:142TS:1342798171450-20/07/12 06:29:31 � - [] -> java.net.SocketTimeoutException: Read timed out
at java.net.SocketInputStream.socketRead0(Native Method)
at java.net.SocketInputStream.read(Unknown Source)
at java.net.SocketInputStream.read(Unknown Source)
at org.appwork.utils.net.throttledconnection.ThrottledInputStream.read(ThrottledInputStream.java:124)
at jd.plugins.download.DownloadInterface$Chunk.download(DownloadInterface.java:285)
at jd.plugins.download.DownloadInterface$Chunk.run0(DownloadInterface.java:593)
at jd.plugins.download.DownloadInterface$Chunk.run(DownloadInterface.java:488)


--ID:142TS:1342798171450-20/07/12 06:29:31 � - [] -> java.net.SocketTimeoutException: Read timed out
at java.net.SocketInputStream.socketRead0(Native Method)
at java.net.SocketInputStream.read(Unknown Source)
at java.net.SocketInputStream.read(Unknown Source)
at org.appwork.utils.net.throttledconnection.ThrottledInputStream.read(ThrottledInputStream.java:124)
at jd.plugins.download.DownloadInterface$Chunk.download(DownloadInterface.java:285)
at jd.plugins.download.DownloadInterface$Chunk.run0(DownloadInterface.java:593)
at jd.plugins.download.DownloadInterface$Chunk.run(DownloadInterface.java:488)


you get similar issues with update servers timing out also.
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Old 24.07.2012, 02:12
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Thanks very much Raztoki for your reply...
you said "then it times out either due to low bandwidth connection"
I know that i had slow internet connection and i told Jiaz about it ...

How can i bypass this "Time OUT" with my "Slow Internet Connection"?
for you information there is millions of people including me have a slow internet connection.
Thanks and best regards
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Old 24.07.2012, 11:38
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You can make adjustment to the timeout values in JD settings
settings > basic > download and connection > internet and network.
read timeout
connect timeout

you can set between 20 000 and 120 000 ms
JD2 allows for higher settings

JD isn't the most friendly with slow internet connections, that said if you use sensible connection settings (as in don't use more connections than your internet connection can cope with) it shouldn't time out as often.
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Old 24.07.2012, 17:07
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set max connections to 1-2
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Old 25.07.2012, 20:32
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Thank you very much Raztoki & Jiaz for your for your replies...
ok first of all my internet connection is about kb/s ...
and about Raztoki If u can more explain about time out how can i adjust it to my internet connection ...
And about Jiaz , I all ways set the max. connection to 1 only ...

hope you can help me more ...
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Old 27.07.2012, 17:12
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Hi again
If u can more explain about "time out" how can i adjust it to my internet connection ...

thanks
am waiting ....
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Old 29.07.2012, 18:41
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Am waiting again please answer ME...
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Old 30.07.2012, 10:08
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settings > basic > download and connection > internet and network.
read timeout
connect timeout

you can set between 20 000 and 120 000 ms

set it to minimum 100000

what is your max downloads/max connections?

what firewall/av/adblocker?

readtimeout is a sign for:
1.) too many connections for too slow connection
2.) firewall/av causing issues
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