Sonarr version (exact version): 220.127.116.1144
Mono version (if Sonarr is not running on Windows): 18.104.22.168
OS: Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
Description of issue:
I have Sonarr running on the same box as my nzbget install. NZBget has a bunch of post processing scripts, including one that takes the download and renames it - for example from:
To: Some Show - S01E10 - Episode Name.avi
However I noticed that Sonarr would sometimes re-download the same episode - twice or even thrice. Sometimes it would even do so a week after downloading the original one… I do have “ignore deleted episodes” selected although I am unsure if that actually does anything relating to this issue.
The profile I use is 1080p exclusively and has Bluray, WEBDL and HDTV selected; I’ve noticed that sometimes the downloads are MKV files and sometimes are MP4.
So - how do I stop it from re-downloading something that’s already there? Could it be that the issue appears due to renaming done by NZBget?
EDIT: Just realized something: The quality selector - does it work like a priority thing? Meaning say I have it setup as Bluray, HDTV and WEBDL, top to bottom - if it download WEBDL first and then a Bluray release comes out, will it redownload in an attempt to “upscale”? Can that be stopped and instead do “best available at the time” type of a thing?