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by Crowley
05 May 2021, 21:18
Forum: Feature discussion
Topic: [Feature Request] Recursive/Progressive Unpack And Delete?
Replies: 3
Views: 1356

Re: [Feature Request] Recursive/Progressive Unpack And Delete?

Ok, thanks for the explanation.

Perhaps one way to reduce writes with small files would be interdir on a ram drive. Perhaps a pool with a ram drive and a folder on ssd that would fill the ram drive first.

If the download is smaller than the ram drive, ssd would not be written to.
by Crowley
03 May 2021, 07:09
Forum: Feature discussion
Topic: [Feature Request] Recursive/Progressive Unpack And Delete?
Replies: 3
Views: 1356

Re: [Feature Request] Recursive/Progressive Unpack And Delete?

I was thinking about the possibility of doing something similar to reduce disk writes. When direct unpack is working, which for me is 99.9% of my downloads, would it be possible to delete the rar files as they are extracted? Do you need to have every rar file for some reason? My thinking is you coul...
by Crowley
12 Apr 2017, 19:06
Forum: Extension scripts
Topic: [SQS-Script] Completion-Propagation/DMCA/Retention check
Replies: 267
Views: 197196

Re: [SQS-Script] Completion-Propagation/DMCA/Retention check

Thanks for looking into it. The case when I would need to download in order is pretty rare (When adding a new series in Sonarr that I want to watch immediately). So not a big deal really, just a little more manual work in this case. The Quality of these automation tools available tends to make one l...
by Crowley
11 Apr 2017, 17:51
Forum: Extension scripts
Topic: [SQS-Script] Completion-Propagation/DMCA/Retention check
Replies: 267
Views: 197196

Re: [SQS-Script] Completion-Propagation/DMCA/Retention check

Since completion script does not care about the queue order, Queue sort script would not achieve what I want anyway, so I already deleted it. I guess I would need a priority changing script for that, or just let it be.
by Crowley
11 Apr 2017, 16:36
Forum: Extension scripts
Topic: [SQS-Script] Completion-Propagation/DMCA/Retention check
Replies: 267
Views: 197196

Re: [SQS-Script] Completion-Propagation/DMCA/Retention check

Well, with queue script enabled, completion script did not scan anything. I thought it was because of those messages. But if they can't work together, too bad but not a big deal.
by Crowley
11 Apr 2017, 13:04
Forum: Extension scripts
Topic: [SQS-Script] Completion-Propagation/DMCA/Retention check
Replies: 267
Views: 197196

Re: [SQS-Script] Completion-Propagation/DMCA/Retention check

Hi, I ran in to a problem when I tried to use this with a queue sort script (I want to download TV episodes in numeric order). http://forum.nzbget.net/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=1798 Is it possible to use these together? I'm getting this error: Completion: [V] QUEUED / DOWNLOADING NZBs have higher or equal...
by Crowley
26 Jan 2017, 21:40
Forum: Extension scripts
Topic: [SQS-Script] Completion-Propagation/DMCA/Retention check
Replies: 267
Views: 197196

Re: [SQS-Script] Completion-Propagation/DMCA/Retention check

Just wanted to report that script has been working really smoothly. Thanks again!
by Crowley
15 Jan 2017, 21:12
Forum: Support
Topic: How to reload from Windows CMD?
Replies: 2
Views: 1236

Re: How to reload from Windows CMD?

Thank you, didn't think to check the help command.
by Crowley
15 Jan 2017, 20:39
Forum: Support
Topic: How to reload from Windows CMD?
Replies: 2
Views: 1236

How to reload from Windows CMD?

First, thanks for the great piece of software! I run NZBget as a windows service and would need a way to reload Nzbget with a batch file, (or Powershell alternately). I'm guessing API is the way, but the syntax seems too complicated for me. Perhaps someone could help me out? I do have Curl also for ...
by Crowley
29 Dec 2016, 12:30
Forum: Extension scripts
Topic: [SQS-Script] Completion-Propagation/DMCA/Retention check
Replies: 267
Views: 197196

Re: [SQS-Script] Completion-Propagation/DMCA/Retention check

Yeah, this version seems to be working again. I will report if I encounter any more problems.