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Show which server is used

Post by nobody » 10 Apr 2008, 20:11

1) Log which server an article came in from
2) Display (in curses interface and in web GUI) how much traffic each server has handled & the current download rate

nobody

RE: Show which server is used

Post by nobody » 11 Apr 2008, 10:55

Sounds good to me too. Also, its not very important, but it would be nice if it logged the amount of failed (/ No such article) downloads for each server. That way you get an idea of server reliability somewhat.

As a somewhat unrelated issue, how do you connect to news servers that do not require username/password? Not entering pw in the config doesn't seem to work. My isp's server doesn't have a lot of retention but its nice to use as an additional server.

nobody

RE: Show which server is used

Post by nobody » 11 Apr 2008, 11:37

I have the parameter set but no value. Seems to work.

e.g.

# Username to use for authentication
server2.username=
# Password to use for authentication
server2.password=

hugbug

RE: Show which server is used

Post by hugbug » 11 Apr 2008, 11:44

>1) Log which server an article came in from

OK (will be implemented soon).


> Display (in curses interface and in web GUI) how much traffic each server has
> handled & the current download rate

>Also, its not very important, but it
>would be nice if it logged the amount of failed (/ No such article)
>downloads for each server. That way you get an idea of server reliability somewhat.

OK. I'll add that to TODO-list.

The info will be available via:
1) web-interface;
2) new client command "nzbget -NewSwitch". This should be OK, if the web-interface is not set up.

I do not want spend time on curses-interface. Hope the CL-command will suits you.


>As a somewhat unrelated issue, how do you connect to news servers that do not require
>username/password? Not entering pw in the config doesn't seem to work.

Keep username and password blank in config-file (but do not comment out or delete them). It should work.

hugbug

RE: Show which server is used

Post by hugbug » 11 Apr 2008, 11:46

>I have the parameter set but no value. Seems to work.

You were first :)

hugbug

RE: Show which server is used

Post by hugbug » 29 May 2008, 22:19

>Keep username and password blank in config-file (but do not
>comment out or delete them). It should work.

Fixed in revision 173. Username and password are not required now.

> 1) Log which server an article came in from

Added in revision 174.

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