I currently see the following information in my log:
2017-08-07 17:22 INFO series TaskA `SomeShow (2015)`: timeframe waiting for 11h:33min. Currently best is `SomeShow.S03E03.1080p.WEB.h264`.
2017-08-07 17:22 INFO series TaskB `SomeShow (2015)`: timeframe waiting for 11h:33min. Currently best is `SomeShow.2015.S03E03.720p.HDTV.x264`.
I have two tasks, TaskA and TaskB, both monitoring two different RSS feeds.They share the same template configuration called 'tv' below;
timeframe: 1 days
target: 1080p hdtv-webdl h264+ dd5.1+
quality: 720p-1080p webrip-webdl h264+
Isn't the "Currently best" release seen information stored for the TV show, thus shared by both of the tasks?
What would happen in this situation when the timeframe expires? Will whatever task that is triggered first download, and if it happens to be TaskB, when TaskA is triggered, it is going to detect it has a better release and download that as well since I have upgrade enabled? In conclusion downloading both episodes? If TaskA is triggered first, then only the 1080p release will be downloaded since its better than the one TaskB has I assume.
Is there a way to optimize this such that in the first scenario, if I'm right, only the best release from either source will be downloaded? How would I setup my config to-do that?