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Old 25.07.2019, 14:45
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I have the most soundcloud.com host links
I do not know if it matters.
It's not much, anyway ... especially when in the distant past I had 10 times more links, and it was very good (And the usage was in a similar range of RAM)
Yes, this matters as different links require different amount of memory.
and of course we add more features to plugins and that will increase memory usage. For example plugins with customizable filename pattern do require more memory because the link needs to hold all possible meta information.
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Old 25.07.2019, 14:46
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you may send me a link to your downloadList/linkcollector zip and I can check for possible optimizations in memory requirements
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Old 25.07.2019, 14:52
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I don't know why a filesize should be connected to application?
Example. How a program designed that does not need a lot of RAM, even with huge multi operations, and performance, still high.

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Old 25.07.2019, 15:01
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you may send me a link to your downloadList/linkcollector zip and I can check for possible optimizations in memory requirements

Respect... I want to keep privacy, just like most users.

I can provide links only in this way:
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Old 25.07.2019, 15:03
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Example. How a program designed that does not need a lot of RAM, even with huge multi operations, and performance, still high.
That's what I meant. Large filesize doesn't mean large memory usage.
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Old 25.07.2019, 15:05
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Respect... I want to keep privacy, just like most users.
I'm sorry but I have more important things to do than to recreate a situation like yours and adding/waiting for 130k links to be added/processed.
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Old 25.07.2019, 15:06
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There's no need to continue here. The issue is caused by system memory and your jvm settings.
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Old 23.10.2019, 20:54
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JD2 after starting the use of pagefile.sys increases significantly from 1GB to 4GB, but after closing JD2 it still uses as much disk space all the time. Release memory can only take place when the system is restarted, otherwise the maximum size will be constant all the time.
How do you force JD2 to use only physical memory?

"C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.8.0_231\bin\javaw.exe" -Xms512M -Xmx5G -XX:-UseParallelGC -jar C:\JD\JDownloader.jar
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Old 24.10.2019, 10:55
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How do you force JD2 to use only physical memory?
I'm not aware that this is possible for user space applications at all and even kernel space
"Because contiguous physical memory is usually in short supply, it should be used sparingly and only when necessary." so even drivers should only allocate small portions of such memory.
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Old 24.10.2019, 13:24
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My SSD drive is not large.
That's why I try to manage space as much as I can.
But after running JD2 or performing what works, the space for it just immediately drops to 0 bytes, even though there was, say, 5-7 GB free space.

Another problem is that the logs will be created indefinitely if there are errors, and it is not interrupted automatically, but it is possible manually.
In the advanced JD2 settings there is an option - the number of attempts after which stop the download attempt or the infinite error loop?
I asked about it many years ago, any new information?
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Old 24.10.2019, 15:37
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Normal applications cannot allocate *non pagable* memory because that way you could easily *make your os non functional*
Please provide more information about "infinite error loop" and the logs are limited in size and can even be disabled (see advanced settings)
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Old 24.10.2019, 19:01
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The repeated error indefinitely generates a log record all the time. And no automatic interruption of the download process.
Please fix this unhandled error

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24.10.19 17.57.43 <--> 24.10.19 18.00.13 jdlog://4895130900751/
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Old 24.10.2019, 20:17
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the loop is caused by connection issue and JDownloader does auto retry because this error can be temp. or IP dependant.
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Old 25.10.2019, 18:54
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This link will also repeat the unknown error indefinitely and generate a log.

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Old 25.10.2019, 19:26
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And? JDownloader retries. You can easily set limits for logs in Advanced Settings. Without a log, my guess is that the error that has happened doesn't lead to a *don't try again*
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Old 25.10.2019, 19:45
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You can limit the log limit, but it depends on all hosts. How to exclude logs only for specific hosts?
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Old 25.10.2019, 20:31
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You can't and I don't see any need for this. Just reduce log size.
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