I have two different computers both setup with the same OS and both with the same version of NZBGet 21.0. Both computers have identical options setup (same configuration file).
From time to time I notice that a download has failed on the main computer with the error:
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Repair failed for foo/bar: not enough par-blocks, 1803 block(s) needed, but 0 block(s) available. Recovery files created by: par2j v1.2.1
I have checked the physical memory for problems using memtest, but everything works as it should.
This only happens occasionally, but I wonder what possibly could be causing this error. Why is there a difference between the two computers (same NZB file, same provider on the same account).
Can this possibly be related to the difference in CPU? One is a Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4570S CPU @ 2.90GHz, while the other, the one that fails, is a Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU J1900 @ 1.99GHz.
I know that doesn't make any sense, but I am thinking about the evaluation that "1803 block(s) needed, but 0 block(s) available" on the Celeron box, why does it report that when it is clearly not the case?