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Proxy Manager Stuck with active threads
#1
I am having a problem with proxy manager stuck with open threads after testing proxies. Testing has completed but still shows active threads and I can not transfer the working proxies to the proxy list. Hitting stop does not close the threads. I am guessing someone else has seen this problem.
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#2
Its related to something locking the threads, which means its something local on your machine/network. It doesn't happen for me and likely no one else either. Anti-virus, malware checkers, firewalls, 3rd party programs and router firewalls are the typical culprits. I think I answered you on Youtube and maybe another forum, so I won't write a bunch here.

But find out what is locking the threads and whitelist Scrapebox or uninstall the offending program and you should be good. You could try bypassing your router as a test, or try a mobile dongle, or friends network etc... Also you could try disabling the router firewall as a test.
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(12-10-2015, 07:14 PM)loopline Wrote: Its related to something locking the threads, which means its something local on your machine/network. It doesn't happen for me and likely no one else either. Anti-virus, malware checkers, firewalls, 3rd party programs and router firewalls are the typical culprits. I think I answered you on Youtube and maybe another forum, so I won't write a bunch here.

But find out what is locking the threads and whitelist Scrapebox or uninstall the offending program and you should be good. You could try bypassing your router as a test, or try a mobile dongle, or friends network etc... Also you could try disabling the router firewall as a test.

This is the only running program on a VPS. I do not have access to test many of the options you mention.

You might have answered someone else but not me. First time I have ask for help anywhere with scrapebox. I appreciate the info.
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#4
You can try disabling windows defenders real time protection.

Basically for whatever reason a thread is being locked. It will sit like that forever until you kill the task, most likely.

A dirty work around would be to go into the configuration and use the option to auto save working proxies to file every X seconds, so then you could use the proxies, but that doesn't really solve the issue on the whole.

Does it Always do this or only sometimes?
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(12-11-2015, 10:59 PM)loopline Wrote: You can try disabling windows defenders real time protection.

Basically for whatever reason a thread is being locked. It will sit like that forever until you kill the task, most likely.

A dirty work around would be to go into the configuration and use the option to auto save working proxies to file every X seconds, so then you could use the proxies, but that doesn't really solve the issue on the whole.

Does it Always do this or only sometimes?

It happens about 70% of the time. I have implemented the work around and it will get me by until I can figure out the cause.
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#6
Its hard to say. Most often it security software, such as anti-virus, firewall, malware checker etc... But not always, it can be any 3rd party program like skype, utorrent etc...
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