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Old 20.01.2019, 13:53
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Default Untimely Extraction

When downloading a big file (a lot of archive chunks) from several hosters, and only some threads of one hoster are left (the threads of all other hosters are finished), JDL tries an untimely extraction of the complete archive.

Of course this fails as the the above mentioned unfinished archive parts from the 'slow' hoster are still missing.

The check shouldn't be whether all parts are reported as »existing« (this is the case as soon as the download has started — one specific archive part existing on several hosters is signaled 'already existing' right at that moment). Rather it should be verified that all downloads of that package have finished. Then and only then an extraction should be triggered.

Edit: After all downloads are done JDL triggers a new extraction which then usually succeeds. Thus the behavior described above isn't fatal, just unnecessary and disturbing.

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Old 21.01.2019, 19:13
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JDownloader checks for archive completeness. I guess the archive structure or file scheme causes issues and JDownloader *thinks* the archive is complete and therefore starts extraction.

Please provide example links to support@jdownloader.org so I can try to reproduce/fix the issue
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Old 30.01.2019, 23:52
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Attached you find a zipped *.dlc file containing 49 RAR parts from three different hosters.

An arbitrary specific part is reported in JDL with three times exactly the same file name (three hosters, thus three times the same file).

All three hosters were accessed simultaneously via a multihoster download service.

JDL tried an extraction while at least one part from Openload was still running.

Final extraction (after the Openload download had finished) succeeded.
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Old 31.01.2019, 15:49
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What multihost service did you use?
Can you please try to reproduce the issue and create a log, see https://support.jdownloader.org/Know...d-session-logs
and post shown logID.

Those archive parts are supported fine and JDownloader doesn't try to start them in my case, so my guess is that the multihoster/filenames did change during download and therefore the individual parts no longer *match* to the final archive.
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