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KingKapalone
Dec 20, 2005
1/16 Native American + 1/2 Hungarian = Totally Badass

I followed these steps to get NZBHydra to work with Sonarr. https://www.reddit.com/r/usenet/com...zbhydra_nzbget/

It does work, but after awhile if I search for something in sonarr it's like there are no indexers. Manual search shows no results too. If I go back to Indexer settings and hit Test, it starts to work again. Did I miss something? Anyone else deal with this?

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ClassH
Mar 17, 2008


KingKapalone posted:

I followed these steps to get NZBHydra to work with Sonarr. https://www.reddit.com/r/usenet/com...zbhydra_nzbget/

It does work, but after awhile if I search for something in sonarr it's like there are no indexers. Manual search shows no results too. If I go back to Indexer settings and hit Test, it starts to work again. Did I miss something? Anyone else deal with this?

Sonarr black lists indexers for a time if it doesn't get a response once or twice in a row. It will enable them if you test and it works (or some time threshold passes). I'm guessing it is doing that for some reason.

withoutclass
Nov 6, 2007

beep boop


College Slice

Hydra sometimes takes a long time to do a search, wouldn't be surprised if it went past sonar's timeout window and got blacklisted. It happens toe pretty regularly.

KingKapalone
Dec 20, 2005
1/16 Native American + 1/2 Hungarian = Totally Badass

ClassH posted:

Sonarr black lists indexers for a time if it doesn't get a response once or twice in a row. It will enable them if you test and it works (or some time threshold passes). I'm guessing it is doing that for some reason.

Ok then it's probably the free indexers I have that only have 5 API calls or downloads a day. They're bringing down the rest. I'm not at home, but I think I remember seeing a setting that I could change for those.

The Gunslinger
Jul 24, 2004

Do not forget the face of your father.

Fun Shoe

KingKapalone posted:

Ok then it's probably the free indexers I have that only have 5 API calls or downloads a day. They're bringing down the rest. I'm not at home, but I think I remember seeing a setting that I could change for those.

Yeah NzbHydra has a per indexer API limitation setting if you need it.

ClassH
Mar 17, 2008


The Gunslinger posted:

Yeah NzbHydra has a per indexer API limitation setting if you need it.

I use this on a couple indexers and seems to work well.

KingKapalone
Dec 20, 2005
1/16 Native American + 1/2 Hungarian = Totally Badass

Thanks, just set mine. Although I don't know when they reset so I just left it at zero for the rolling reset. I also prioritized my two unlimited while the other 5 are the crap ones. I'll see how it works out.

Gozinbulx
Feb 19, 2004


Holy smokes, I just git 80 mb/s by switching to NzbGet. loving awesome.

Does NzbHydra let you setup kinda conditional snatches like anything released since last search that is 1080p but from before the year 1990 or something weird like that. Cause I tend to like browsing whats new and grabbing all those.

GobiasIndustries
Dec 14, 2007

I'm very highly educated. I know words, I have the best words...but there's no better word than stupid.



Lipstick Apathy

I tried to download something using sabnzbd but it failed because the nzb didn't have any par2 files. Is it possible to still extract what I was trying to get?

8-bit Miniboss
May 24, 2005

Settin' the world on
FIRE!


GobiasIndustries posted:

I tried to download something using sabnzbd but it failed because the nzb didn't have any par2 files. Is it possible to still extract what I was trying to get?

Only if the article is complete. If even a single part is missing or corrupted it will not extract.

punch drunk
Nov 12, 2006



Does nzbs.org have an IRC or email I can contact about an account? I did a clean install of windows and nzbs.org is the only place I can't remember my password for. It doesn't recognize any of my emails for password reset either. Is nzbs.org still good or are there better/good enough free options now? I don't actually use it that much and I would rather not pay for anything.

Rufus Ping
Dec 27, 2006





I'm a Friend of Rodney Nano


punch drunk posted:

Does nzbs.org have an IRC or email I can contact about an account? I did a clean install of windows and nzbs.org is the only place I can't remember my password for. It doesn't recognize any of my emails for password reset either. Is nzbs.org still good or are there better/good enough free options now? I don't actually use it that much and I would rather not pay for anything.

Their email is admin@nzbs.org. I successfully recovered an old account by email in 2012 but ymmv


also #nzbs.org on efnet

Smeep
Jan 20, 2004



UWBW posted:

Hiya thread, I'm brainstorming for an article about OLD Usenet. Like, 1980-1995 Usenet, not the filesharing it's mostly relegated to today. I was wondering if anyone here has stories about Usenet, shareable experiences, or remembers any cool stuff that happened back in those early years of digital communication.

I know this thread is for the modern Usenet, but I figured it'd be the best place to ask. If I'm barking up the wrong tree, let me know.

Sad I missed this conversation but I have to put a plug in there for alt.religion.kibology, which I think of now as sort of a proto-SA forums.

porktree
Mar 23, 2002

You just fucked with the wrong Mexican.


Rufus Ping posted:

Their email is admin@nzbs.org. I successfully recovered an old account by email in 2012 but ymmv


also #nzbs.org on efnet

Do they answer invite requests there?

Rufus Ping
Dec 27, 2006





I'm a Friend of Rodney Nano


No they explicitly tell you not to use it for that because they won't give you them

xgalaxy
Jan 27, 2004
i write code

Getting sick of mylar being poo poo. Really tempted to fork Sonarr (much like the so far successful Radarr has done).
I think I'd call it Hodarr as a lovely Game of Thrones reference.

UltimoDragonQuest
Oct 5, 2011



xgalaxy posted:

Getting sick of mylar being poo poo. Really tempted to fork Sonarr (much like the so far successful Radarr has done).
I think I'd call it Hodarr as a lovely Game of Thrones reference.
Is there a way to change mylar adding to the top of the queue in nzbget? I set category>comics to low priority but it's incredibly annoying.

Hughlander
May 11, 2005



xgalaxy posted:

Getting sick of mylar being poo poo. Really tempted to fork Sonarr (much like the so far successful Radarr has done).
I think I'd call it Hodarr as a lovely Game of Thrones reference.

I was going to suggest that maybe lazy librarian is a better starting point but no you are right it should be sonar

SymmetryrtemmyS
Jul 13, 2013



xgalaxy posted:

Getting sick of mylar being poo poo. Really tempted to fork Sonarr (much like the so far successful Radarr has done).
I think I'd call it Hodarr as a lovely Game of Thrones reference.

If you do this, I'd really like to see title -> volume selection when you add a new book. What I mean is basically another dropdown for volume, showing the name (if applicable) and years, scraped from comicvine.

The Modern Leper
Dec 25, 2008

You must be a masochist


Frugal Usenet just expanded to 1,000 days retention. They're... okay when it comes to missing parts, but still may be worth checking out if you don't have power user needs.

xgalaxy
Jan 27, 2004
i write code

I'm a little behind the times on the latest stuff.
I was under the apparent false impression that NZBHydra was only useful for manual searches.
But it looks like you can actually hook it up to Sonarr, CP, etc. as the searcher itself and let Hydra do the lifting of figuring out which indexer to use.

Does anyone use Hydra in this way and does it work well?

SymmetryrtemmyS
Jul 13, 2013



xgalaxy posted:

I'm a little behind the times on the latest stuff.
I was under the apparent false impression that NZBHydra was only useful for manual searches.
But it looks like you can actually hook it up to Sonarr, CP, etc. as the searcher itself and let Hydra do the lifting of figuring out which indexer to use.

Does anyone use Hydra in this way and does it work well?

That is exactly what I do, and it works perfectly. It's no quicker, but it's much easier to change your indexer list or the tools you use (like when I switched from CouchPotato to Radarr).

Greatest Living Man
Jul 22, 2005

ask President Obama


xgalaxy posted:

I'm a little behind the times on the latest stuff.
I was under the apparent false impression that NZBHydra was only useful for manual searches.
But it looks like you can actually hook it up to Sonarr, CP, etc. as the searcher itself and let Hydra do the lifting of figuring out which indexer to use.

Does anyone use Hydra in this way and does it work well?

I do this. The only issues I've had with Sonarr/NZBHydra was when I started adding Jackett torrent trackers -- haven't quite figured that one out yet.

The Gunslinger
Jul 24, 2004

Do not forget the face of your father.

Fun Shoe

xgalaxy posted:

I'm a little behind the times on the latest stuff.
I was under the apparent false impression that NZBHydra was only useful for manual searches.
But it looks like you can actually hook it up to Sonarr, CP, etc. as the searcher itself and let Hydra do the lifting of figuring out which indexer to use.

Does anyone use Hydra in this way and does it work well?

I've been using it for the past 3-4 months, I wish I had done it sooner. Makes life so much easier if you ever lose your Sonarr/Radarr configs too, don't need to manually readd a lot of indexers to each one. It has a lot of cool features and stats, I like the ability to set an API limit per day for free indexers. It's pretty neat to see percentage of grabs from each indexer and be able to control the weighting to some extent.

The Gunslinger fucked around with this message at Jun 10, 2017 around 14:20

Thermopyle
Jul 1, 2003

...the stupid are cocksure while the intelligent are full of doubt. —Bertrand Russell


In my very limited experience, all the releases with x265/HEVC are at best same quality as x264 with smaller file size. I'm excluding these releases because I don't care so much about the file size, but one of my Kodi machines chokes on HEVC.

So, my question is...am I missing out on any releases or groups doing releases that are actually better quality?

Godinster
Jan 2, 2005

Robble Starfish

Most x265/HEVC encodes are just re-encodes of scene/p2p releases already out and the re-encode has a negative effect on picture quality not to mention the noted crawl of a computer. My understanding is that Intel and a few other companies are working on a new encode format that will render x265 obsolete and likely x264 as well. x265 has never really become the norm and is mostly banned for anything but 4k on any decent private tracker, the source of most content on Usenet as well.

Godinster fucked around with this message at Jun 14, 2017 around 17:16

Gozinbulx
Feb 19, 2004


x265 is pretty pimp but yeah, alot of playback devices that are more than a year old or not souped up htpc's choke on them.

I've never seen it to render HIGHER quality, just same quality at lower file size, which IS relevant to some people but I generally avoid them.

KingKapalone
Dec 20, 2005
1/16 Native American + 1/2 Hungarian = Totally Badass

Did newsgroup ninja just go from $6 to $8 a month? I signed up a few weeks ago at 6 and it still say that's what it is for my billing but the site says 8 now.

FeralWraith
Dec 17, 2007
Lurking Bastard

Ran into a problem today. Had the following error pop up, and I don't recall making any changes that would have caused it - [Errno 10061] Server news.supernews.com uses an untrusted certificate [[SSL: CERTIFICATE_VERIFY_FAILED] certificate verify failed (_ssl.c:661)].

Spent the last few hours looking for a fix, but couldn't come up with anything, so I was hoping someone here could help me out.

I reinstalled Windows 7 a few weeks ago, reinstalled SABnzb, had it set up to run on SSL port 563, everything worked fine. I did update to 2.1.0 today, but I want to say it was still running on Strict verification before then. Anything I can do short of nuking everything and starting over?

Nullset
Apr 21, 2010



FeralWraith posted:

Ran into a problem today. Had the following error pop up, and I don't recall making any changes that would have caused it - [Errno 10061] Server news.supernews.com uses an untrusted certificate [[SSL: CERTIFICATE_VERIFY_FAILED] certificate verify failed (_ssl.c:661)].

Spent the last few hours looking for a fix, but couldn't come up with anything, so I was hoping someone here could help me out.

I reinstalled Windows 7 a few weeks ago, reinstalled SABnzb, had it set up to run on SSL port 563, everything worked fine. I did update to 2.1.0 today, but I want to say it was still running on Strict verification before then. Anything I can do short of nuking everything and starting over?

There are a few solutions you can try at https://sabnzbd.org/wiki/advanced/certificate-errors.

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FeralWraith
Dec 17, 2007
Lurking Bastard


Thanks, I'd been using that, but hadn't gotten any progress.

https://forums.sabnzbd.org/viewtopi...=110590#p110590 had the solution that worked out. Made a restore point beforehand just in case something lovely happens, but so far so good.

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