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Old 04.08.2016, 11:16
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Old 04.08.2016, 12:17
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Wait for next Update. Will try out some workarounds.
This can happen when you open/close files too fast in windows
see
bugs.java.com/bugdatabase/view_bug.do?bug_id=6213298
or
stackoverflow.com/questions/32583049/creating-new-files-concurrently
Again, this is a windows issue for too fast file handling.
And again, JDownloader does not require Admin rights. If you start JDownloader once with Admin rights, you need to continue to use Admin Rights or fix permissions/owner to be able to use non Admin again.
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Old 04.08.2016, 12:19
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Windows or some other tool blocks Java from creating another file. It's no JDownloader issue. JDownloader is already retrying 3 times (with little pause).
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Old 04.08.2016, 12:22
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You should first undestand/learn what memory/mapped memory/virtual memory is.

JDownloader does not use mapped memory, so this high usage is very likely to be caused by your many many files and file system cache or firewall/Av/other tools.
I'm sure that there exists tools that show details about mapped files and what process they are used by.
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Old 04.08.2016, 12:25
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Same topic again and again. Java does not free memory if it don't have to and you don't force java (with jvm parameters). Java is allowed to use up to 9,97Gbyte of RAM) before it is forced to do garbage collection.
After a restart, not much happened, less heap in use. After time heap starts to grow and there is no reason why java should free/reduce if it is still below the max heap.
Result: Thats how garbage collection and virtual machine works. You are free to tune/change parameters for memory handling/garbage collection
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Old 04.08.2016, 12:32
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This is a problem JD2 why "Reset" does not always work?
I just manually delete files PART.

Please note that in the first case there was a different!
The first issue is not the same as the second issue!


Issue 1:
SkipReasonException: INVALID_DESTINATION

Issue 2:
java.io.FileNotFoundException
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Old 04.08.2016, 12:35
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Issue 1:
It will never work (any file CAN NOT saved)


Issue2:
It will work in 99% (that is, only some files can not be saved)
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Old 04.08.2016, 12:36
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Issue 1: your invalid/broken owner/permissions. Java needs write/access/create permission. No JDownloader/Java issue.

Issue2:
See https://board.jdownloader.org/showpo...9&postcount=14 for windows issue for fast file creation!
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Old 04.08.2016, 12:48
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Issue 1:
Can save but every time I need to "manually" to confirm the copy / save / delete files.
It is absolutely properly!
UAC Prevents malicious changes, eg. On the main partition.

Reset File Permissions:

The repair will grant administrators, system users and everyone full rights to every file on the selected drives.

This will only ADD the permissions, it will not remove current permissions or the owner of a file.

When Certain files Lose Their proper permissions, then lots of problems can happen, dry as not being able to install windows updates, program errors, failing services and so on.

WARNING: This repair can take a very Significant amount of time to complete, depending on the speed of your CPU & the number of files on the drive.

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For Windows 7, 8, 8.1 & 10
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The program will set the default permissions instead of the full admin privileges That are done on XP.

This way proper permissions are put back and your machine stays secure.

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CORERCTLY EVERYTHING !!!
Do not believe it please ask the author of "Shane" application Tweaking.com Windows Repair.
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Old 04.08.2016, 12:56
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I / O save of very small files, and removing packages after the cause rapid large Virtual Memory usage (NOT Physical RAM!!), which of course are not reduced.
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Old 04.08.2016, 13:01
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Jiaz
Issue 1:
UAC ENABLED - ALWAYS have to MANUALLY confirm[CONTINUE] save file that save as administrator!
UAC Disabled - Can save It does not require confirmation, so do not get the message Access Denied
Jdownloader or Java maybe does not support the UAC
but I never, ever, do not turn off UAC!
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Old 04.08.2016, 13:06
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Jiaz -

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To perform copy / writing or deleting this folder, you must give permission admintrator Y:

Click here: Continue the to confirm the action.
I confirm it in Explorer and it works perfectly!
but it does not work only in Jdownloader :D
JDownloader NOT WORKING Run with elevated permissions UAC
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Old 04.08.2016, 13:16
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Reset File Permissions: Y:
Y: & Sub Folders


Example:

Y:\File.jpg

SYSTEM: FULL ACCESS
Administrators: FULL ACCESS
Users: Only Read and Execute
TrustedInstaller: FULL ACCESS
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Old 04.08.2016, 13:23
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your invalid/broken owner/permissions.
Tweaking.com WR
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Updated default permissions for Windows 7,8, 8.1 & 10 with all updates as of July 13, 2016.

Updated Tweaking.com - ManageACL to v1.3.0
Not possible that there was some BUG in the application's Shane(Author), no one has reported similar problems.
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Old 04.08.2016, 13:59
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You have to manually confirm the action and success to save files.
JDownloader can not auto-confirm.


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Old 04.08.2016, 14:56
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Default Please fully compatible "User Account Control (UAC)" JDownloader2

Please fully compatible "User Account Control (UAC)" JDownloader2


Please fully support/compatible "User Account Control (UAC)" JDownloader2

Test:

Disable UAC:
ALWAYS WORK SAVING !!! 100% work


Enable UAC:
Sometimes it works, sometimes does not work or does not work completely.
"Invalid Download Directory"


JD2(or java) is not fully compatible with UAC enabled.
Are there any tricks to JD2 perfectly bypassed UAC without having to disable UAC ???
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Old 04.08.2016, 15:07
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Default edit: UAC (screenshoot) | Task Scheduler-> Jdownloader.UAC Bypass.

Windows -> Task Scheduler:
Jdownloader(javaw.exe???).UAC Bypass.XXXXXXXXX
How to set it up?


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Old 04.08.2016, 20:28
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JDownloader 2 is slow to respond because it uses virtual memory.
See screen:
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Old 05.08.2016, 02:59
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leave JD with default start, don't mess with the settings you don't understand.
By the way your last image it shows you saving to two different paths for page file o_O.

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Old 05.08.2016, 07:13
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This is the normal setting, perfectly understand them :D
I set the memory in the paging to disk SSD (C) and HDD (L)
can also automatically manage all drives, but do not want too reduce computer performance... because the system automatically sets up a huge memory in the paging.
But this is of little importance! I ask about the UAC!
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