snigs wrote:Hey hey,
sorry i guess i should explain myself a bit better ;D
I have 5 instances of the executable. Each one runs only ONCE per day and at different hours than the others. So one at 9am then one at 10am then one at 11am etc...
So therefore i am only hitting nzbmatrix 5 times per day (which is probably less than if i was browsing manually).
as for the search results that explains why I am seeing fewer results than expected. i thought this trawled back through the entire backlog.
However, if i run the search string you specify I still see less results than with the current configuration of instances I am running now. Which is mighty puzzling.
oh and when i say sorting through i am not manually processing the log files. i mean i am looking at the files I have downloaded and thinking "hmmmmm the mrs will like that one, but this one is for my collection" (we have seperate xbmc profiles for ourselves and for different rooms in the house - dont particularly want our flatmates to see our entire library *ahem*)
hi snigs, thats good news your only running each process once a day, i was just a bit concerned you were hammering the website, thats fine in that case, sorry if i sounded a bit short, but i was concerned you might get banned
ok firstly i have tweaked the string you should use, as i found you needed to prefix the first keyword with %2B as well otherwise it doesnt take effect, this is THE definitive string, you should be able to cut it down to one process only with this string
i have spotted a error in my regex for the imdb link which was causing a couple of search results not to match, this will be corrected in my next release 1.1.3, so looks out for that, this is only effecting a small percentage of search results.
i have run my script using the above string and compared it to a search result on the site and they both match perfectly (after the regex fix) so im 100% happy it is now processing all movies for your defined string.