|Re: 12+ Hour Downloads, Network failures [message #1736309 is a reply to message #1736248]
||Tue, 28 June 2016 11:06
| Ed Merks
Registered: July 2009
On 28.06.2016 02:29, Michael Eskin wrote:
> For the past two days I've been trying to install the 64-bit version
> of Eclipse Neon for Java developers.
> First tried using the recommended installer, which seemed to freeze,
> then after giving up on that, tried downloading the standalone installer.
By standalone installer you mean directly trying to download one of the
> Browsers on two systems in two different physical facilities are
> reporting 12+ hour download times, and often report network errors
> with the download.
The package downloads should give you a choice of mirrors. Do several
of the mirrors behave so poorly?
> The Eclipse Neon installer version was reporting extremely long delays
> in downloading various components.
Yes, though it generally shows the URL of the server involved. Certainly
Neon has been well mirrored, so it should be downloading bundles
primarily from the mirrors...
> Is this just a case of overloaded servers with zero mirrors?
There should be many mirrors for Neon.
If the page shows empty in your browser (as it does for me with Firefox)
try "View Page Source".
> I'm working on Salesforce extensions and didn't count on it being a
> multi-day effort just to get Eclipse installed.
If all mirrors are very slow, perhaps you're behind a corporate firewall
that's doing extensive processing (virus scanning on?) on all such
> Thanks for any suggestions.
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