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RydforLyf

Connection Speed Query

Post by RydforLyf » 05 Jan 2009, 14:23

Is there a command, other than displaying the whole queue, that will give the current download speed without all of the other information being displayed?

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Re: Connection Speed Query

Post by hugbug » 05 Jan 2009, 15:00

No. but you could use grep to print only the required line.

RydForLyf

Re: Connection Speed Query

Post by RydForLyf » 05 Jan 2009, 15:50

Thanks. That's what I've been doing, but was hoping for a cleaner method. No problem.

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Re: Connection Speed Query

Post by hugbug » 29 Jan 2009, 22:31

Just commited r276 with three new suboptions for switch -L:

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nzbget -L F         - prints file list (default) as it was before;
nzbget -L G         - prints groups;
nzbget -L S         - prints only status.

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