[PP-Script] FailureLink

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Nedle
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Re: [PP-Script] FailureLink

Post by Nedle » 30 Dec 2014, 15:56

I have been using my own bash version of this script for a while now. I just updated my NZBGet to 14.0 and the failure link variable seems to be always empty now. I couldn't find anything in the release about changing the variable so not sure what is causing it. I use:

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$NZBPR__DNZB_FAILURE

hugbug
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Re: [PP-Script] FailureLink

Post by hugbug » 31 Dec 2014, 15:05

Then the nzb-files you were testing with don't have the header property set. Make sure you test with nzbs added via url and that the url returns the failure link in the header. Test the url in a browser and control the returned headers.

konubywy
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Re: [PP-Script] FailureLink

Post by konubywy » 18 Dec 2016, 01:44

I noticed this error today after a 700 MB download stopped downloading with only 3 MB to go.

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warning	Sat Dec 17 2016 15:31:52	FailureLink: SSL certificate verify failed, retry with bypass SSL cert.
I'm curious as to what exactly does this error mean and where is the setting actually located if I wanted to bypass the SSL certificate?

kjKmcQN3
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Re: [PP-Script] FailureLink

Post by kjKmcQN3 » 08 Jun 2018, 18:29

The GitHub page for the script has version 1.21 whereas I have 1.3 that I got a few years ago on the forum of a reputable private tracker. Is GitHub still the best place to keep on top of latest releases and if not then where can one track them? Thanks.

hugbug
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Re: [PP-Script] FailureLink

Post by hugbug » 08 Jun 2018, 19:48

The official version of the script is the one linked from the first post.
I have no idea how your version is different from the official one. The script is free and open source, everyone can modify it.

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