RSS - Files being downloaded twice, even though they exist once on indexer

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chuckbass
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RSS - Files being downloaded twice, even though they exist once on indexer

Post by chuckbass » December 31st, 2018, 6:31 am

Hi,

I have configured a custom RSS search on my indexer (NZBGeek). I am using SABnzbd to download this RSS search. It is football matches, therefore I cannot use Sonarr

Each football match seems to download twice. They result the exact same folder/file on my computer, where the second folder has ".1" at the end since it's a duplicate

The weird thing is, in SABnzbd, when I go to the RSS/downloaded tab, it shows two files. When I execute the RSS search on the indexer, it only shows one file

I have enabled duplicate detection but this is still happening.

Any idea how I can prevent the same NZB being downloaded twice?

Thanks

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Re: RSS - Files being downloaded twice, even though they exist once on indexer

Post by safihre » December 31st, 2018, 6:41 am

https://www.reddit.com/r/SABnzbd/commen ... ough_they/

It just seems that someone edited the release, so it's a new release according to SABnzbd. The duplicate detection should get this, if you don't delete the previous downloads them from history.

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