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by hugbug
15 Jul 2018, 18:07
Forum: Support
Topic: Unrar hangs in Docker/Ubuntu
Replies: 7
Views: 56

Re: Unrar hangs in Docker/Ubuntu

I'm using using the si0972/nzbget-mp4 container This container is inherited from binhex/arch-nzbget. That must be the same issue as linked above. As an experiment can you test if "nzbget" and "unrar" from nzbget installer work any better in the same container? For that you can install nzbget instal...
by hugbug
15 Jul 2018, 17:51
Forum: Support
Topic: Do NZBGet updates revert user and group in systemd?
Replies: 1
Views: 5

Re: Do NZBGet updates revert user and group in systemd?

If you install nzbget using official nzbget installer from nzbget home page - this installer doesn't change permissions, users or groups. It also doesn't change any system files at all. When updating nzbget (installed with official installer) via web-interface the installer of newer version is execu...
by hugbug
14 Jul 2018, 15:48
Forum: Support
Topic: RSS Dupe Help?
Replies: 14
Views: 60

Re: RSS Dupe Help?

During development it's better to test the script outside of nzbget. For that use your browser to download and save feed content into a file. Then modify your script to read from this file and save into another file. This allows you to execute script after every modification and to control the resul...
by hugbug
14 Jul 2018, 14:28
Forum: Support
Topic: Can't delete a download from queue
Replies: 1
Views: 13

Re: Can't delete a download from queue

In older nzbget versions queue items without any files could not be deleted from queue. This however has been fixed a couple of versions ago.

What is your nzbget version?
by hugbug
14 Jul 2018, 14:25
Forum: Support
Topic: How to find out where file request is coming from
Replies: 1
Views: 14

Re: How to find out where file request is coming from

There is no way to know on NZBGet side.
Maybe search for file name in Sonarr and Radarr logs?

Is your NZBGet instance accessible from the Internet? Maybe one of your indexers keeps pushing file to nzbget?
by hugbug
14 Jul 2018, 00:21
Forum: Support
Topic: RSS Dupe Help?
Replies: 14
Views: 60

Re: RSS Dupe Help?

Dupekey can be any string. You don't need to find imdbid for RSS item. All you need is to generate a unique string which is always the same for items of the same movie title. A movie title itself is suitable for that purpose as long as it's cleared from extra words (quality, release group etc.). You...
by hugbug
13 Jul 2018, 21:48
Forum: Support
Topic: RSS Dupe Help?
Replies: 14
Views: 60

Re: RSS Dupe Help?

regardless, would it not makes sense for NZBGet to also dupecheck regardless of the space/delimiter used? It could help a little but wouldn't solve the problem because nzb names have a lot of extra words (video quality etc.). That's why nzbget have concept of dupekeys. Indexers (the proper ones) us...
by hugbug
13 Jul 2018, 21:27
Forum: Support
Topic: RSS Dupe Help?
Replies: 14
Views: 60

Re: RSS Dupe Help?

my point is that if an NZB job is listed in the history as a 'dupe' - and NZBGet sees it in the RSS again, it currently will grab it again for whatever reason - but if I set the job as a 'success' in history, it ignores it. Is that addressed in v21? That's how it supposed to work. Since you have no...
by hugbug
13 Jul 2018, 18:49
Forum: Support
Topic: RSS Dupe Help?
Replies: 14
Views: 60

Re: RSS Dupe Help?

Checking dupestatus in RSS filter is a feature for special cases. Most likely you don't need it. Let nzbget enqueue all matching items. If there is an item with success status nzbget will not download another one. It will add the item to history as dupe (which may be used later if necessary though)....
by hugbug
13 Jul 2018, 18:40
Forum: Support
Topic: RSS Dupe Help?
Replies: 14
Views: 60

Re: RSS Dupe Help?

douche wrote:
13 Jul 2018, 18:25
There's no RSS parameters required for imdbid, on any of indexers I'm using.
What do you mean? Do your feeds provide imdbid?
If they don't then you need a parameter. Try adding "&extended=1" (without quotes) to the feed URL. Test it in a browser first.