NZBget is less resource intensive than SAB, but I can't quantify how much. From what I've read over the past few years, most people seem to say "a lot" when using lower power NAS models.
The way I use NZBget and SickBeard is as follows:
- NZBget provides a postprocess.sh script that you can use as a starting point. This does PAR checks, extraction of archives, cleanup, and ability to move files to designated folders based on a defined "Category" field which is populated in NZBget config. You can have this script do a lot of other stuff, but I just use it for these listed purposes.
- Create an NZBget category for TV shows and modify the postprocess.sh so it moves processed files selected as TV into a unque folder.
- SickBeard has a setting in it's Post Processing to monitor a folder, point this to the unique folder you defined above
- SickBeard will monitor this folder automatically and apply the Post Processing settings you define in SB
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