Did anyone succeed downlooading 661?

I've never seen that server busy behavior before. Is there a problem with
the ISP
or whoever maintains the server? I understand it is not in-house server.

r.


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Richard Nemec wrote:

I've never seen that server busy behavior before. Is there a problem with
the ISP or whoever maintains the server? I understand it is not in-house server.



I followed Mike's advice, and installed ReGet.
It tried for 2 minutes - site busy - and then it went like a breeze.
I timed my download, and it went went really fast (average : 190kbps
download, 12kbps upload).
Like a breeze.

Alain Ravet



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I was able to download #661 (second attempt - maybe just luck) using GetRight
(Mike Aizatsky's advice - thanks - installed it just to get #661).


"Richard Nemec" <rndzank@attbi.com> wrote in message news:aokch9$tp6$1@is.intellij.net...

I've never seen that server busy behavior before. Is there a problem with
the ISP
or whoever maintains the server? I understand it is not in-house server.

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You just have to persist. Once you get the connection it comes down fast.

Unfortunately, the server seems to be returning 503 errors, which stops
Getright dead in it's tracks - it doesn't retry automatically by default
with this error.

Just keep hitting the 'go' button and you'll get in the end... I just tried
again, and got it first try.

N.

Richard Nemec wrote:

I've never seen that server busy behavior before. Is there a problem
with the ISP
or whoever maintains the server? I understand it is not in-house
server.

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r.



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Yep - ReGet got it for me, too.

--
Jordan Zimmerman
Altura International
Catalog City


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my ReGet has been pooling their website for 10 minutes now with no success.
With tens(hundreds) download managers hopelessly pooling their web site they
might get more bandwidth problem than if they raised number of concurrent
connections a bit.

"Richard Nemec" <rndzank@attbi.com> wrote in message
news:aokch9$tp6$1@is.intellij.net...

I've never seen that server busy behavior before. Is there a problem with
the ISP
or whoever maintains the server? I understand it is not in-house server.

>

r.

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Alex Roytman wrote:

my ReGet has been pooling their website for 10 minutes now with no success.
With tens(hundreds) download managers hopelessly pooling their web site they
might get more bandwidth problem than if they raised number of concurrent
connections a bit.

"Richard Nemec" <rndzank@attbi.com> wrote in message
news:aokch9$tp6$1@is.intellij.net...

>>I've never seen that server busy behavior before. Is there a problem with
>>the ISP
>>or whoever maintains the server? I understand it is not in-house server.
>>
>>r.
>>
>>


I gave up yesterday, and have been unable to download anything today.
Are we sure that there is this much traffic, and not some server problem?

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I did it ~20 minutes before. (via wget, pooling interval - 5 seconds ).
But, I still cannot even start to download idea600-jre.tar.gz :(
(I started my trying today at ~10:00)

With the best regards,
Yarick.

David Laus wrote:

Alex Roytman wrote:

>> my ReGet has been pooling their website for 10 minutes now with no
>> success.
>> With tens(hundreds) download managers hopelessly pooling their web
>> site they
>> might get more bandwidth problem than if they raised number of concurrent
>> connections a bit.
>>
>> "Richard Nemec" <rndzank@attbi.com> wrote in message
>> news:aokch9$tp6$1@is.intellij.net...
>>
>>> I've never seen that server busy behavior before. Is there a problem
>>> with
>>> the ISP
>>> or whoever maintains the server? I understand it is not in-house server.
>>>
>>> r.
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>>>
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>>
>>

I gave up yesterday, and have been unable to download anything today.
Are we sure that there is this much traffic, and not some server problem?


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