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Old 27.11.2021, 20:09
Georodin Georodin is offline
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Default Can you move extracted files to another drive on extraction success?

Hey guy,
I have a VPS with a fast SSD and I have a slow HDD connected via smb3.
And when I try to extract and download directly to the HDD via smb3 the speed breaks completely. But I would love to copy the extracted files to the HDD, but not directly extract to the HDD. Is this possible? Maybe even with a sequential option that it moves one extracted archive after another in a queue. Because the single file write speeds are okayish.

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Old 29.11.2021, 23:25
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Settings -> Archive Extractor -> "Extract to the following folder"

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Old 15.12.2021, 17:58
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@Georodin: you could also just extract the files and use Eventscripter, see https://board.jdownloader.org/showthread.php?t=70525 to move finished/extracted files somewhere else
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