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Old 30.07.2015, 03:29
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Question Speedyshare - Premium - Constant restart of file download

I have a Speedyshare Premium account.

When I download files manually using a normal browser, they download fine. When I try to download them in JD2, they start to download fine, but as soon as they get to 6-7%, they go back to "Starting..." and then start the file over at 0% again. This goes on indefinitely and always seems to be at 6-7% on a 800MiB file.

I set usage rules to only use the premium account thinking maybe it was using no account, but that didn't work either.

Some files will eventually show "X - Redirectloop" and then refuse to download until I reset the file completely.

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Old 30.07.2015, 05:08
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please provide logs from effected session

http://jdownloader.org/knowledge/wik...d-log?s=lng_en (scroll down for JDownloader 2.0 guide)
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Old 30.07.2015, 05:19
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29.07.15 17.34.55to29.07.15 20.18.10 jdlog://5024462095341/

I did specific tests on the last 2 minutes of the log for you to see.

The first was with max 4 connections, the second was after I set to only 1 connection.

Hope that helps.

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Old 30.07.2015, 09:22
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your using 10 chunks, when one of the chunks gets connection timeout, what happens if you use 4 or less (like 1) with speedyshare?

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Old 31.07.2015, 02:14
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10 was what was default when I first downloaded JD2 a few years back.
I'm not even sure how that affects the download?

I tried it with 1 chunk, it seems to download more stable but is downloading slower now, hitting 2+ Mbps instead of 6+Mbps. Also, the downloads did resume when I stopped and restarted them where as before they started over at 0%.

So what do chunks do and how should I modify them in the future?

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Old 31.07.2015, 04:59
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of course it will be slower, as you are downloading with less total connections. Just experiment to find out the total connections you need to max out your modem.
The old download core is antiquated, it can't deal effectively with either socket issues caused by too many total connections OR general socket issues caused by issues like firewall/antivirus or the hoster itself. If any of the chunks having issues in a given download will cause all the other chunks to stop and restart. Rince and repeat.

My advise is to reduce chunks to 4 or lower (resetting chunks of a download that has already started requires right click 'reset') and increase max siml dl so you get near the total download speed you want. If you have connection issues, reduce max sim dl.

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