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Old 12.05.2018, 03:41
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Default Issues with download speed from google drive

Windows 10 version 1709 OS build 16299.431
Java Version 8 Update 171
JDownloader build date 2018-05-11 21:47:44 CEST
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Log: 11.05.18 20.32.21 <--> 11.05.18 20.35.43 jdlog://4002854433151/

When downloading from Google Drive, and only Google Drive, my download will begin at normal speeds and then drop to VERY SLOW speed for no reason and remain at VERY SLOW SPEEDS.

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Old 14.05.2018, 17:42
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Log shows that you are using max connection=7. JDownloader will split file into 7 parts and download them. The more parts finish, the less connections are downloading and I guess google drive limits the speed per connection and that explains it. 1 connection for example 50kb/s, then 7 connections (at the beginning) = 350kb/s. Over the time, the file and parts will complete and the number of connections will reduce. Did you compare speed with download in browser? Please use the windows taskmanager (network graph) to compare real speed.
I'm working on new download core that will be able to start new connections in case others are finished/aborted but it will still take a while as I don't find time to finish my work on it
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Old 16.05.2018, 00:15
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When I download in browser the speed is better but my downloads seem to fail on files over 2-3GB. Generally using Firefox.
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Old 16.05.2018, 08:42
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Can you share any more details about speed difference? is better doesn't sound like *much better* ? Maybe provide screenshots?
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Old 16.05.2018, 19:27
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Same error occurred after changing chunks to 1. Here's a log.

16.05.18 12.18.00 <--> 16.05.18 12.27.06 jdlog://1993854433151/
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Old 17.05.2018, 11:46
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Can't reproduce any issue. Speed in browser and JDownloader are the same.
I suggest we do a teamviewer session to check this together. Contact me at support@jdownloader.org
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