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Old 17.03.2018, 11:12
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Hello guys,

just wanted to know how your experiencies are with https activated.

Yesterday, I enabled https and noticed a significant speed drop from >50MB/s with 6 parallel connections to about 10MB/s with 10 parallel connections.

If I drop the max connections to 6 the speed drops to about 6MB/s.
Is there a cap for https connection to about 1MB/s? If so, is this a JD problem or is this given by SO?

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Old 19.03.2018, 11:01
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What are your system specs? What java version are you using?
https requires more CPU than http, so system/java might influence that.

I'm not aware of any caps. Edit: thanks to oEFLKQzikCqw for sharing his findings
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Old 19.03.2018, 17:38
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SO begrenzt die Geschwindigkeit bei HTTPS auf 1 MB/s je Verbindung.
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Old 19.03.2018, 18:02
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ShareOnline limits https traffic to 1mbyte/s
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Old 19.03.2018, 19:41
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Vielen Dank euch Zwei!

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Old 15.04.2018, 10:48
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Hi guys,

can you confirm that SO has ceased from capping the speed to 1MB/s per connection for https?

Although I have "Prefer HTTPS" activated I get like 25MB/s using 10 connections causing nearly 100% load on my CPU.
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Old 16.04.2018, 10:40
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@neik: 10 connections and how many concurrent downloads?
What are the system specs? what java version are you using?
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Old 20.04.2018, 21:21
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Hi Jiaz,

I am using 10 connections and 10 concurrent downloads so it's 1 connection per download (as it has always been).

The system is a VPS with 2 Avoton cores and the java version running is as follows:

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openjdk version "1.8.0_162"
OpenJDK Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_162-8u162-b12-0ubuntu0.17.10.2-b12)
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 25.162-b12, mixed mode)
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Old 23.04.2018, 13:54
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10 connections * 10 downloads = 100 connections (https) can easily result in high cpu usage!
Please set max connections to 1-2 and max downloads to 1-8 depending on the connection speed.
VPS with 2 cores and 100 https downloads, sounds like too much
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