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Old 11.06.2013, 04:38
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Default JD2 report insufficient space on your driver disk

I use the newest jd 2 version. But I found that it will report insufficient space on your driver disk when I download files evnif the free space on my driver is enough. Mostly,when I resume the download,If the free space on my disk is 2 times of the size of download file or more,jd 2 will work fine. Does the jd2's buffer space allocation have bug?
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Old 11.06.2013, 12:29
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what is the advanced setting generalsettings.forcedfreespaceondisk set to? you are most likely hitting threshold imposed by that feature.

math works out like
downloadsize + keepfree = minimum amount required.
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Old 11.06.2013, 15:58
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Also you can disable the advanced option: GeneralSettings.freespacecheckenabled. But be careful when you do your downloads, because JD2 doesn't give you a warning of the free space.
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Old 14.06.2013, 16:39
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Thanks!
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Old 16.06.2013, 23:18
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Its better if you leave it on, I found in the previous version when space ran out, it would corrupt its download list database, bad stuff.
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Old 17.06.2013, 00:01
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Well that was your first mistake to download to the drive JD runs on ;p Assuming it's your OS drive, it would also effect your OS performance also.
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