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Old 19.06.2017, 15:16
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Jiaz - JD2 does not use virtual memory if most physical memory is occupied.
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Old 19.06.2017, 15:19
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@Jiaz - It wants java to also use virtual memory If another process uses 100% of RAM
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Old 19.06.2017, 15:19
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Please learn and UNDERSTAND what virtual memory is!
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Old 19.06.2017, 15:23
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So how to set it?

Run Chrome + Run JD2.
Crash JD2 and Crash Chrome
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Old 19.06.2017, 15:28
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I'm sorry, but we dont provide support to debug your system!
If you are using more memory that exists, then your system will run out of memory. That's simply as that!
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Old 19.06.2017, 15:28
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JD2 will never work - because it has 10% of physical memory.


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Old 19.06.2017, 15:29
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Chrome use 89% RAM
JD2 use ...% RAM

= 100+ RAM AND cRASH
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Old 19.06.2017, 15:31
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This is the last time. If you are going to use memory that your system can provide! (SWAP is NO MEMORY!!) then your system/applications will go *Out of Memory*.
JDownloader only uses up to (2718Megabytes) memory. So in case your system has 12GB memory, then something eats your memory and causes the issues. This is no JDownloader issue.
Do NOT ask again about this topic or we will give you little time to learn about *what is virtual memory*
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Old 19.06.2017, 15:33
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JD2 will never work if you have little physical memory, virtual memory does not help for java?

Example: 1 GB RAM (physical)
16 GB Virtual.
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Old 19.06.2017, 15:33
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Please support virtual memory if I have too little physical memory. Thanks.
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Old 19.06.2017, 15:35
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JDownloader works fine with little memory. I've seen it running on systems with 128mb RAM.
Again you still haven't understood what virtual memory is, else you wouldn't continue to ask to support it. Did you even try to read/learn what virtual memory is. I would say no because then you can answer the questions *Please support virtual memory if I have too little physical memory* yourself!
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Old 19.06.2017, 15:35
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JD2 will work, but only under one condition.
If the minimum setting value is 16 GB RAM (Virtual) so big ! :\
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Old 19.06.2017, 15:37
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Example:

Setting:
Minimum
2000 MB RAM
Max 32000 MB RAM
JD2 crash


Minimum
32000MB RAM (32 GB)
Max 32000MB ram

ALWAYS WORK
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Old 19.06.2017, 15:39
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oOOoppss not ram, virtual 32 GB sorry...
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Old 19.06.2017, 16:10
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RAM is shared between operating system and applications and in some instances hardware (built in graphics processors). In respects to RAM usage and management, it's effectively controlled by the Operating System. When you start to run out of memory, say due to Chrome (poor application for memory, especially when it comes to extensions), your OS will spend more time moving components from RAM into VM(harddrive) and back again when its called upon. As Jiaz as stated within this thread numerous times, this is were you tend to have your issue.

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Old 18.08.2017, 08:35
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Default Bug UPDATE JD2: Invalid partition size calculation

Bug UPDATE JD2: Invalid partition(harddisk) size calculation

17.08.17 16.06.31 <--> 18.08.17 08.34.03 jdlog://1957314015941/

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Old 18.08.2017, 09:37
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Your OS reported that there is not enough memory. This is no JDownloader issue.
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Old 18.08.2017, 10:10
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Crap jd message!!!, I have a lot of disk space! Not enough free space (has nothing to do with memory)!
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