Media Rover

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hayesb2
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Re: Media Rover

Post by hayesb2 »

I keep checking every month or so...
When is the latest ETA on the GUI interface?
I wouldn't think this would be extremely difficult to do, yet would be a huge improvement.

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Re: Media Rover

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I am struggling to get my head round how I should setup the rss sources. As far as I can tell newzbin will only return the latest 100 results. How do I configure mr such that if I add a new show it will find old uploade episodes?

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Re: Media Rover

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MR will not do that. MR is intended for NEW episodes, not to fill in your catalog.

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Re: Media Rover

Post by wally007 »

Kierse, I finally updated to newest Media Rover version as well as SabNZBD. I've had previous setup working just fine but I wanted to take advantage of the schedule_delay feature to avoid HD versions replacing SD version. (bandwidth constraints). So in order to get as much HD content as possible but avoid downloading both SD and HD:

I've set managed = False (to avoid disk episodes form being replaced); acceptable = all (to accept both SD and HD versions); desired = high (to get HD if available); guess = False (I set up my own sources properly.

My SD sources are set up with quality = low - schedule_delay = 12
while my HD sources are set up with quality = high - schedule_delay = 24

The idea behind sources set up is that if only SD version is found wait 12 hours and download it. If within those 12 hours, HD version is found, WAIT 24 hours ( from time HD version is found ) and download HD version. But after that I do not want Media Rover ever replacing episodes on the disk again.

I'm running into difficulties where SD version is downloaded after 24 hours, not HD version. Any ideas ?

EDIT: My suspicion is that SD version is downloaded because its first in the list and desired = high is ignored. Also if i turn on managed = True then schedule_delay is ignored on desired sources.
I'm not sure whether these are bugs or design decisions but if user does not want to use schedule_delay on the source then he will leave it out.

Thanks

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Re: Media Rover

Post by rollingeyeball »

What happened to this?

Is it stable and working with nothing new or is the project completely dead?

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Re: Media Rover

Post by wally007 »

It is extremely stable ( running 2 years with very little trouble ) but if you're just starting I'm not sure whether this project has any life left in it. Hopefully kierse can respond whether he plans to continue to develop fix bug or two that are present or it is finished....

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Re: Media Rover

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Help. MR's Been working great for years. Starting today I am getting IndexError: list index out of range. I use nzbs.org. I'm pasting the traceback:


2012-10-10 01:20 ERROR - list index out of range - schedule.py:105
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/Users/**/mediarover/mediarover/command/schedule.py", line 103, in schedule
__schedule(broker, options)
File "/Users/**/mediarover/mediarover/command/schedule.py", line 283, in __schedule
__process_item(broker, item, queue, scheduled, drop_from_queue)
File "/Users/**/mediarover/mediarover/command/schedule.py", line 338, in __process_item
series = episode.series
File "/Users/**/mediarover/mediarover/episode/multi.py", line 170, in series
return self.episodes[0].series
IndexError: list index out of range
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "mediarover/mediarover.py", line 19, in <module>
mediarover.run()
File "/Users/**/mediarover/mediarover/__init__.py", line 77, in run
schedule(broker, args)
File "/Users/**/mediarover/mediarover/command/schedule.py", line 103, in schedule
__schedule(broker, options)
File "/Users/**/mediarover/mediarover/command/schedule.py", line 283, in __schedule
__process_item(broker, item, queue, scheduled, drop_from_queue)
File "/Users/**/mediarover/mediarover/command/schedule.py", line 338, in __process_item
series = episode.series
File "/Users/**/mediarover/mediarover/episode/multi.py", line 170, in series
return self.episodes[0].series
IndexError: list index out of range

Does anybody know what causes this?

Thanx

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