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RSS auto-downloader not working for old filters? #8237

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Yoshi900 opened this Issue Jan 8, 2018 · 3 comments

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Yoshi900 commented Jan 8, 2018

Please provide the following information

qBittorrent version and Operating System

4.0.3
windows 10

What is the problem

Old Rules are showing that there is a match but does not add the torrent to the schedule to be downloaded.
However, it seems like newly created Rules work ok, I think it might have to do with the last match being unknown?
But rules with no filters work fine.

What is the expected behavior

if there is a match and the last match time was more than what is set it should add the torrent to the schedule and the last match should then reset to 0

Steps to reproduce

have old rules that have not been updated for a long time.
have a "Ignore subsequent matches" to something like 3 days.
see if the matching torrent gets downloaded.

Extra info(if any)

maybe related to
#7873
and
#8007

..... it is similar but maybe different in that the last matched is playing a critical role in the auto-download of RSS feeds.

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gfairchild Jan 11, 2018

I'm experiencing this same issue.

gfairchild commented Jan 11, 2018

I'm experiencing this same issue.

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Fazered Feb 20, 2018

Just some notes on this:

  • I started using Qbittorrent again in December and I believe I started with 4.0.3 not 4.0.2 (this might be erroneous, stupid memory!)
  • Added 4 RSS feeds and created 5 rules fresh with Category and 'Ignore subsenquent' enabled and did not get any downloads despite lots of torrents matching.
  • I exported and reimported the rules while using 4.0.3 and then again on 4.0.4 which did not resolve the issue.
  • Deleted the rules and created from scratch and got hits immediately.

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Fazered commented Feb 20, 2018

Just some notes on this:

  • I started using Qbittorrent again in December and I believe I started with 4.0.3 not 4.0.2 (this might be erroneous, stupid memory!)
  • Added 4 RSS feeds and created 5 rules fresh with Category and 'Ignore subsenquent' enabled and did not get any downloads despite lots of torrents matching.
  • I exported and reimported the rules while using 4.0.3 and then again on 4.0.4 which did not resolve the issue.
  • Deleted the rules and created from scratch and got hits immediately.

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refriedfood Apr 15, 2018

@Fazered When you say "rules" are you refering to definitions inside a subscription, or completely deleting the subscriptions and recreating them?

I'm having the problem of once they do show up or match, the old entries never leave. i.e. John.Holmes.1080p article and 20+ others are there, and even though the sub url has new entries weeks later, they do not show up as qBit is not updating the feed and dropping the old entries.

Will what you did fix that, or should I manually delete the old rss entries somehow? (why is this such a pain in the ass)

refriedfood commented Apr 15, 2018

@Fazered When you say "rules" are you refering to definitions inside a subscription, or completely deleting the subscriptions and recreating them?

I'm having the problem of once they do show up or match, the old entries never leave. i.e. John.Holmes.1080p article and 20+ others are there, and even though the sub url has new entries weeks later, they do not show up as qBit is not updating the feed and dropping the old entries.

Will what you did fix that, or should I manually delete the old rss entries somehow? (why is this such a pain in the ass)

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