[New Feature] Download health monitoring

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Re: [New Feature] Download health monitoring

Post by hugbug » 11 Aug 2013, 13:21

prinz2311 wrote:Yes r785, but after split the old collection has critical health not changed. Since i splited all par2 in a new collection the old collection should have a critial health of 100% but still has the old value.
I've just tested it again and it worked correctly.
Was it a collection from older version? If you can reproduce it please send me the nzb-file.

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Re: [New Feature] Download health monitoring

Post by prinz2311 » 11 Aug 2013, 13:33

hugbug wrote:Was it a collection from older version?
Yes it was. Tested with a new added nzb and it worked (almost).

But with the splitted collection that only has par2 files i get:

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100% / 214748364%
:oops:

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Re: [New Feature] Download health monitoring

Post by hugbug » 11 Aug 2013, 13:44

prinz2311 wrote:

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100% / 214748364%
Can't reproduce this. Any hints? Was anything downloaded for this newly added file?
A step-by-step description may be?

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Re: [New Feature] Download health monitoring

Post by hugbug » 11 Aug 2013, 14:58

Fixed in r786.

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Re: [New Feature] Download health monitoring

Post by prinz2311 » 14 Aug 2013, 17:12

Is it normal that PP-QUEUED items don't show the health label (when less as 100% health)?

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Re: [New Feature] Download health monitoring

Post by hugbug » 14 Aug 2013, 20:07

prinz2311 wrote:Is it normal that PP-QUEUED items don't show the health label (when less as 100% health)?
That's unintentional (in other words: bug). For post-processing item the health is hidden to get more place for progress text. That's not necessary for pp-queued items.

I'll fix this.

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Re: [New Feature] Download health monitoring

Post by hugbug » 14 Aug 2013, 22:02

Fixed in r792.

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Re: [New Feature] Download health monitoring

Post by moddigi1 » 17 Aug 2013, 11:31

I wonder if it would be possible to put thresholds / ratios on health? For example, my popcorn hour has a weak CPU , as such it would be okay repairing a small 1GB~ TV episode that reached a 94% health, but as happened the other night I had a 12GB film that downloaded entirely and reached 94% health but the unit would have taken 10000+ minutes to repair.

Of course, I put par repair limit to 1000 minutes so it didnt attempt the repair in that instance, but it was a waste of 12GB~ bandwidth. IF there was something where I could say, 10GB+ files, 98% health is the limit before termination, it would save wasting all that time? OR some kind of ratio of file size against health?

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Re: [New Feature] Download health monitoring

Post by frriction » 19 Aug 2013, 14:09

Really welcoming feature.
I am king of new to nzbget boat. I must say that it is really really good software, it caters all my need in one way or other way. sabnzbd+ is very resource hogging on my router and nzbget works flawlessly on it.

Now to the point about this feature, I use nzbtomedia script in cojuction with sickbeard's fork which has failed download support. Is it possible to add one more option "FAILED" so that script consider it as failed and report it to sickbeard and sickbeard looks for new nzb file.

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Re: [New Feature] Download health monitoring

Post by clintonhall » 19 Aug 2013, 21:08

My nzbToMedia script does its own check to verify if a download failed, and then will pass this on to SickBeard.

The only thing you need to do is turn on the option sbfailed_fork in nzbToMedia.

If this is not working for you, can you send me some log files from the postprocess.log file that is located in the same directory as nzbToMedia.

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