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Old 29.07.2018, 08:36
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Hi, i started using proxys, but i noticed some downloads are stalled in "starting", and don't change, just keep in that message all the time, don't try to reconnect or error or something.....

Here logs: 28.07.18 17.02.27 <--> 29.07.18 00.17.00 jdlog://7114164433151/

And more logs in case: 29.07.18 02.48.45 <--> 29.07.18 03.35.23 jdlog://1514164433151/

I'm using gentoo linux 64, with icedtea 3.8

(i post this in the spanish forum, but i noticed there is not to much activity, so i prefer post here now)

I found something, if i update the proxy list with new ones (active and working servers) the downloads works fine, maybe jd2 is not detecting off-servers, non-response? or something like that.

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Old 29.07.2018, 10:12
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I haven't had time to look at your logs, but I'd say its having connection issues and JDownloader is waiting for timeout to effectively happen.

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Old 29.07.2018, 21:40
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mm, seems probable, but a timeout of more than 3h?, and some downloads keeps in the same state all night..., i don't know the actual timeout of jd2, but i don't think can be 8h or 12h.

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Old 01.08.2018, 15:24
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Using public proxy lists doesn't make much sense because
1.) (many) proxies might be down/overloaded/blocked
2.) (many) proxies already might be used/blocked so using at the same time won't work or already has a time waiting set by hoster
3.) you trust those public proxies a lot

from log I can tell many many connection issues. then JDownloader finally uses the local connection/without proxy and then mega has server issues which causes the file to be not available. Your mega downloads often fail with read-timeouts which might be caused by firewall/av/isp... with latest update we've default enabled ssl mode for mega
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