Yes, but aren’t they just search priorities? and shouldn’t disabling “Upgrades Allowed” prevent any upgrades from occurring? It also upgraded a series from Web to Bluray as Bluray was the prefered quality and that makes sense if "Upgrades Allowed" wasn’t disabled.
That’s strange. I had that set to unlisted and expired to never I’ll enable debug again and post another one as soon as possible. In the meantime here are screenshots of the quality profile and my profile releases.
Please note that the “search-priority” has no “must contain” as it is only for my preferred.
Edit 1: I just wanted to show that it’s not just the preferred words, despite downloading a web version of x264 it grabbed a Bluray version, so disabling “upgrades allowed” doesn’t seem to do anything.
When I looked at the search results for that particular file, it does show a Bluray x265 that would have then been downloaded to replace the x264 version, which makes sense and shows profile releases doing its job, but if you disable “upgrades allowed” it shouldn’t continue to upgrade those files.
Edit 2: so I managed to force the results debug log.
- Added a new series to Sonarr with the HD-1080 profile and search-priority
- Manually downloaded an episode that had a lower preferred score.
- Clicked “Search Monitored”
With upgrades disabled, it should’ve ignored any possible upgrades but it didn’t, here is a partial log from the one above were this all occurs Partial log: - part regarding the upgrade
In the logs, you’re looking at Big Mouth S04 Episodes 09 and 10.
Edit 3: decided to run a trace log again, last time I tried this it crashed which is why I’ve only uploaded debug logs, this time it was successful, but I had to place it on Pastebin in two parts with some edits made due to size. TraceLogP1 TraceLogP2
In the trace logs you’re looking for Big Mouth S04 Episodes 07 and 08
Hopefully, I’ve provided everything that may be needed, I decided to keep the logs this time in case it gets removed from Pastebin again.