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Old 27.10.2016, 09:10
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There are no known issues. Please provide a logfile, https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...d-session-logs
and post the shown logID here.
Make sure to set max connections to 1 (Browser also only uses 1). My guess is firewall/av caused issue
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Old 29.10.2016, 00:24
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Here's my log: 27.10.16 16.20.51 <--> 28.10.16 18.20.13 jdlog://9997781887641/

I started a download around 3:00ish and when I got home around 6:20 the download had stopped at 16.53%. The weirder thing is when I posted the thread it was happening all the time. Then out of the blue I was able to download 4 files successfully from uploaded.net just fine.

Apparently this started happening with nitroflare too, but I'll get a log for that one later.
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Old 31.10.2016, 14:45
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java.net.SocketTimeoutException: Read timed out
My guess is that firewall/av are causing issues or you have unstable internet connection
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Old 12.01.2017, 17:34
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Hi,

for some reason my JDownloader seems to incorrectly handle my uploaded.to premium account.

In Jdownloader the speed seems to max out at ~500KB/s, whereas I get 4-5 MB/s if just using my browser to download.

I have added the uploaded account to Jdownloader and it shows "Account OK: Premium Account".

I have tried disabling downloads in mode "free" for host UL, to force jdownloader to use the premium. It now uses the premium (stops download when I delete premium) but that did not help either.

I have added/deleted the account, changed the password, used a speedlimit, used it without speedlimit. Nothing helps :(

Any suggestions? Thanks for any help!


/Edit further:
It worked in the beginning (speed in JDownloader was super fast) but now it is slow. As I said, in normal downloading via browser I still get max speed. The account is still valid for a month.
I will post a screenshot now showing the settings and try to figure out how to generate logs


/Edit2:
Ok I just re-started and now it is up to speed again -.- Since this issue was on-going for the last 48 hours with multiple restarts, I assume that the fix is only temporary. I'll be back if the issue resurfaces

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Old 12.01.2017, 19:21
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Thanks for the feedback. When it happens again please come back or contact us via support@jdownloader.org. JDownloader always loads at full speed, so in nearly all cases it has been server/isp/firewall/av caused issue.
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Old 14.01.2017, 11:04
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Hi,
it is not working again :( Speed maxing out at ~500 kbps. I have a log Id:
14.01.17 10.54.23 <--> 12.01.17 17.14.03 jdlog://2855079150841/
Is this what you need? The article in post 1 links to an explanation, but the link is broken.

As I said, when downloading via browser I get full speed (~5-6 mbps)

thanks for any help!


/edit attached screenshot. The exact same files are possible to download faster via browser

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Old 16.01.2017, 10:57
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Please check your firewall/av. When you can achieve high speed in Browser but not in JDownloader then something is causing the slow down. Also it is very strange that a simple hashcheck of 100mb takes 6 mins (or maybe the screenshot just at wrong moment in time). I can offer you a teamviewer session so we can check/solve this together.
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Old 16.01.2017, 18:57
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So I have re-installed JDownloader and changed the location in which files are saved. I was directly saving to an external drive before and am now using my main HDD. Since it is working again, I assume that the external drive was the problem.
Thanks for sticking with me
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Old 17.01.2017, 12:36
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Thanks for the feedback!
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Old 03.03.2017, 04:30
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I don't think this is a Jdownloader issue but is anyone else finding their UL downloads starting off fast then slowing right down, and to finish at full speed you might need to restart the transfers several times?

Not having the issue with full speed free hosts such as Zippyshare, Openload and Mega.
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Old 03.03.2017, 09:49
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Those speed issues can be caused by Firewall/AV or ISP or bad routing or overloaded servers.
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Old 04.03.2017, 02:07
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Quote:
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Those speed issues can be caused by Firewall/AV or ISP or bad routing or overloaded servers.
Looks like it's my ISP shaping. Mofos.
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Old 04.03.2017, 02:15
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also can be due to slow chunks and fast ones finishing, all you're left with is slow ones. this is a problem with the current download core.
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Old 25.03.2017, 11:08
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my download speed down below 20kb it used to be 300kb.i have antivirus kaspersky and my download folder in the external hdd.and i have premium account for uploaded
what's the problem can you fix it

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Old 25.03.2017, 11:27
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and i'm using idm download speed can reach 300kb
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Old 26.03.2017, 05:37
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Let me describe my problem, which is somewhat complicated. If you need a log, I'll provide one, but I'm hoping someone has seen this issue before and knows a workaround.

I'm running openSUSE Linux 42.1 64-bit connected to AT&T uVerse rebranded as DSLExtreme trueExtreme at around 5Mbps (officially 6Mbps), running Firefox 52.0.1 64-bit.

I'm going through BRapid host aggregator account, so I should be getting premium speed.

JDownloader 2, Core 36422, Browser 36357.

What happens very frequently, but NOT ALWAYS is the following:

I click a link for a file hosted on Uploaded.net.

JDownloader picks up the link, I click Start Downloads.

Download starts at full speed, around 500KBps.

At this point, the download speed could either hover around that speed, or start dropping steadily until it's below 100Kbps.

The file is downloaded to the point of around 99.98%.

Now the download STOPS for anything from 30 seconds to several minutes. The Speed indicator shows a steady drop of speed down to the teens.

At some point during this speed drop, one of the following will happen:

1) The CRC check runs, and the file completes downloading. This is the expected result.

2) The CRC check does not run, the download is restarted from the beginning with a CAPTCHA. The restart is at FREE speed, NOT premium, meaning the download speed is in the double digits only.

3) The CRC does not run, the download is restarted WITHOUT a CAPTCHA, then the error "File Not Found" is returned. The file is NOT missing, as I can then go to the Web browser and download it directly using the BRapid Web page without issue. In other words, either JDownloader is failing to find the download link on restart or Uploaded has reported the file as missing to JDownloader.

This has been going on several months.

One other fact:

If I download the file directly from the BRapid Web page, I ALSO get that several seconds to several minutes stop at the end of the download. Most of the time, the download then completes successfully. On some occasions it will instead fail as reported by Firefox. If I download it again, usually it will complete successfully.

I've discussed this part of the issue with BRapid support. They claim it has nothing to do with their servers, but may have something to do with the ISP. To me it looks like the file transfer TCPIP connection is not being closed or torn down properly.

Note that most of my downloads are from Uploaded or Rapidgator (which frequently has the same issues except that it doesn't report missing files like Uploaded does). All downloads from other sites NOT using BRapid, such as downloads from Zippyshare or FilesCDN or via Nitroflare free mode almost always work successfully.

The issue thus appears to be some interaction between JDownloader, BRapid, Uploaded and the ISP.

I'm hoping someone has seen this and has some idea what's going on.

I'm going to set up a log on the next download and will update this when I have it.

I ran the log, got this log ID. Not sure what to do with it other than post it here:
25.03.17 20.01.54 <--> 25.03.17 20.39.53 jdlog://1104979150841/

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Old 26.03.2017, 11:46
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downloads stopping at 99.98% or 99.99% sounds familiar. This happens for multiple hosters, I seeit mostly on Nitroflare and ShareOnline.

https://board.jdownloader.org/showth...1&goto=newpost

I think I was told it's an issue with my router which seems to be an interesting idea but I would expect all downloads and/or streams to break if router related. One DL stops at 99.98% while others continue to run fine at the same time.

As you describe, this "feature" has been introduced several weeks ago and especially on free downloads it makes JD unusable.
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Old 27.03.2017, 01:12
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I agree that if it was an issue with the router or the ISP (in my case AT&T uVerse in both cases), it would should reasonably apply to all downloads. I occasionally download from Nitroflare using free mode without issue but probably not often enough to encounter it.

I did find an interesting post on another download utility site which suggested that Uploaded never gives you a direct link to the file. They give you an "alias" link which has an expiration time. Once the download is complete - or Uploaded thinks its complete, or jDownloader asks again for the file - the link has evaporated and that's why I get the "file not found" error.

It doesn't explain why when I get a 100% downloaded file that jDownloader suddenly restarts the download and then I get the file not found error. The problem seems to be that the download never really completed in the sense that the end of file was transmitted and then the download link is not torn down properly. This would likely be an issue of the host server, but it would seem to be that jDownloader should be able to account for that. It might be difficult to distinguish between that and a failed connection during download, but you'd think if the count shows 99.99% complete or 100& complete that jDownloader would be able to close the connection properly regardless of the failure on the host server end.

This might be aggravated by the fact that I'm going through BRapid. I don't know how BRapid manages its links to Uploaded, but I get a lot of situations where I can download one file from Uploaded but then I get an "account missing" and then some minutes later I can download again. This indicates to me that BRapid are switching accounts to Uploaded and perhaps their account runs out of bandwidth during the download, and then at the end of the download BRapid switches the account and Uploaded thinks the download has ended, and thus jDownloader restarts the download - then triggering the "file not found" message.

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Old 27.03.2017, 19:18
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Please provide a logfile! https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...d-session-logs and post shown logID here.
It is very likely that brapid doesn't serve the real file but a mirror file with different filesize/hash and then of course the hash/file check against original file fails and caused JDownloader to retry. We need a log to tell you what is going on/what has happened.
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Old 27.03.2017, 19:18
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@richardstevenhack: please open a new thread as your issues aren't with uploaded but with brapid. You are not downloading from uploaded but from brapid service and therefore this thread is wrong
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