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Old 29.12.2023, 11:13
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Default 1fichier doesn't use the lowest waiting time with multiple ips

I have multiple proxies and I have different waiting time on them on 1fichier.
Right now, jdownloader is showing 9hour of waiting time, but I also have one of the proxies that have a waiting time of 3 minutes

28.12.23 16.20.10 <--> 29.12.23 11.06.39 jdlog://4099311370661/

Once the 3 minutes have passed, jdownloader doesn't switch to the proxy that can now be used.

If I click stop, then play to resume downloads, now it use that proxy
28.12.23 16.20.10 <--> 29.12.23 11.13.54 jdlog://5099311370661/
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Old 10.01.2024, 13:46
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Hello,
are you looking into it?
Thanks for the very valuable tool and happy new year !
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Old 10.01.2024, 14:02
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Hi,
the developer in charge of this currently doesn't have any time.

You are free to investigate this problem yourself - JDownloader is open source:
https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...up-ide-eclipse
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Old 18.06.2024, 12:24
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Those logs have already been deleted.
If you still got this problem, please provide fresh logs.
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Old 20.06.2024, 14:56
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new log : 11.06.24 08.36.25 <--> 20.06.24 14.54.41 jdlog://6653411370661/

it is showing wait time of 1day 15h in the main window, but with the first connection (no proxy), the wait time is only 92 minute.

The correct wait time is displayed on the account list on the jdownloader parameters

I don't know if jdownloader will correctly start the download in 1H30 and not in 2 days

edit: right after sending this message, I noticed that it tried to download another file, this another file it showed me 16h wait time, and then only "limit of download reached", and again 1day and 15hours (on another file)

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Old 21.06.2024, 07:20
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The 1fichier wait times are extremely long, typically something like 1-2 days (displayed in minutes) and each IP has its own wait time. Once an IP actually starts a download 1fichier will set a new wait time for that IP.

So in your case there could be +2 links which are using the same IP (you can view it by hovering over the connection/blue arrow circle icon). Switching the Free Proxy Balance Mode from balance to cycle might give a better result, and even disabling your 1fichier free? account as the wait time could be shared.

Internally JD2 might have an issue waiting too long (in this plugin) when using proxies as in most cases it will actually? wait the given wait time rather than trying with a different proxy after 5 minutes.
(Within OneFichierCom.java: line 603-615 might need a little bit of change as even the preferReconnect will wait the time given; however should it really ever wait more than 30 minutes before retrying?)

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Old 21.06.2024, 07:44
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i think that it was actually downloading after 1H30 instead of waiting 2 days. But the wait time displayed is not correct, it is simply showing the wait time for one connection instead of showing the smallest

edit: i am already at cycle free proxy balance mode

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Old 21.06.2024, 08:07
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As you are using multiple proxies, the wait time on the account gets updates every time it starts a 1fichier link with a new wait time (not 100% sure, but alternatively the account could be not used again until the wait time is over). So it's not going to be the smallest, but rather last fetched wait time. So if you just have a free account it would be better to disable it as there isn't really any benefits and it will actually work better for you.

On the link itself the wait time displayed is what was fetched on the IP that was used.

Last edited by TGU; 21.06.2024 at 08:25.
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Old 21.06.2024, 10:27
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Quote:
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(Within OneFichierCom.java: line 603-615 might need a little bit of change as even the preferReconnect will wait the time given; however should it really ever wait more than 30 minutes before retrying?)
Which changes would you suggest?
If user has enabled "prefer reconnect" (disabled by default) or the wait time is >= 10 minutes, a "reconnect needed" exception is thrown.

The rest:
Once another developer finds time, you will get a more detailed response.
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Old 21.06.2024, 12:48
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i have disabled the free account.
On 1 fichier, I have the connection without proxy without any waiting time when I check on my browser.
And right now files are showing me wait time of 16h, or no wait time, just "download limit reached", and even "force start", but it doesn't start with the connection without proxy

11.06.24 08.36.25 <--> 21.06.24 12.47.31 jdlog://2853411370661/

edit: it has finally used the connection without proxy. I don't know what triggered it
11.06.24 08.36.25 <--> 21.06.24 14.36.43 jdlog://5853411370661/

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