Sonarr version (exact version): 22.214.171.1247
Mono version (if Sonarr is not running on Windows): 126.96.36.199
OS: Ubuntu 20.04
Debug logs: https://0bin.net/paste/-WBHmfpU#pCFLfL7dAQPC-BBjrg+zSJExvd+ZQXYD6Lf8O1jo+7W
Description of issue:
Over the last few days (not sure when exactly) I started to get hundreds of “DetectSample” errors in the logs, and some (not all) of my downloads would be stuck in “Activity”, asking me to manually import. If I do so, most of them (but not all) are bad files that won’t play.
I don’t know if it is coincidence, but a few days ago (and perhaps when this started), I accidentally removed ffmpeg from my system. I reinstalled it. Unsure if it is related.
If there suddenly are just a bunch of shit files out there to be downloaded… is there an option to auto-reject files detected as “samples”?
PS. I know I should have debug on and I did not for the logs I pasted. I’ve turned on debug now, but I will have to wait until some shows try to d/l and it happens again. I thought maybe the info logs would be helpful in the meantime.