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  1. You can change it back by ssh into your server and run this command use_ssl no
  2. Just wanted to say thanks and to follow. Just migrated and all went smooth.
  3. Tired of adding movies/shows manually in ombi/sonarr/radarr? Here is a script that fetches movies/shows from the top trakt.tv lists: "popular", "recommended", "anticipated", "trending", "boxoffice" and adds them to ombi. I'm by no means any coding expert, this is all with the help of ChatGPT. I know about traktarr, but I wanted something integrated with ombi so I thought why not make it myself and maybe learn some things along the way. You can set the limit for how many movies/shows it should pull in the .env file (if not set it defaults to 5). The script checks your already requested items in ombi and ignores them if present in the lists it pulls from trakt. Now some of the list stays fairly static, like the "popular" list for example. And the "anticipated" list changes more frequently. So that's why you can set your limits per list in the .env file. I've not tested the script with anything over 22 as a limit for each list. The script only pulls from the first page for each list as of right now, so it should be about 30ish items max per list. This suits my needs, but it's not a hard task to get it to check more pages if you want to. I run my script once a week. I thought about making the script push a notification to unraid saying how many movies/shows was requested, but that's for the next version. I have email notification set up in ombi so I get all the requested items in my inbox anyway, but a number of total requests would be nice. You need a few things to run this: 1. If you plan to run the script directly on unraid you need Nerd tools from CA to install python3 and pip. 2. The user script plugin from CA 3. A free trakt.tv account, to get the API key for trakt. 4. A reverse proxy and a domain. 5. Create a .env file with the following content and save it in a folder on the flash drive (or wherever you're running the script from). Maybe the Extras folder if you have it. Or simply create a folder called scripts. Place the .env file and the script in the same folder. Remember to replace the placeholders with your info. TRAKT_ENDPOINT=https://api.trakt.tv TRAKT_API_KEY=YOUR_TRAKT_API_KEY OMBI_MOVIE_ENDPOINT=https://YOUR_DOMAIN/api/v1/Request/movie OMBI_MOVIE_API_KEY=OMBI_API_KEY OMBI_TV_ENDPOINT=https://YOUR_DOMAIN/api/v2/Requests/tv OMBI_TV_REQUESTS_ENDPOINT=https://YOUR_DOMAIN/api/v1/Request/tv?status=Available&status=Processing OMBI_TV_API_KEY=OMBI_API_KEY OMBI_USER=YOUR_OMBI_USERNAME MOVIE_POPULAR_LIMIT= MOVIE_RECOMMENDED_LIMIT= MOVIE_ANTICIPATED_LIMIT= MOVIE_TRENDING_LIMIT= MOVIE_BOXOFFICE_LIMIT= SHOW_POPULAR_LIMIT= SHOW_RECOMMENDED_LIMIT= SHOW_ANTICIPATED_LIMIT= SHOW_TRENDING_LIMIT= 6. You need the following python dependencies, install with pip. If running directly on unraid create a userscript with the following and set to run at array start. #!/bin/bash pip install requests pip install logging pip install os pip install datetime pip install time pip install python-dotenv 7. And the script it self, name it what_you_want.py import requests import logging import os import time from requests.adapters import HTTPAdapter from requests.packages.urllib3.util.retry import Retry from dotenv import load_dotenv # Load environment variables from .env file load_dotenv() # Set up logging with a specific format and file handler logging.basicConfig(level=logging.DEBUG, format='%(asctime)s - %(name)s - %(levelname)s - %(message)s') log_file = "ombi_requests.log" if not os.path.exists(log_file): open(log_file, 'w').close() file_handler = logging.FileHandler(log_file) file_handler.setLevel(logging.DEBUG) logging.getLogger().addHandler(file_handler) # Helper function to get limit values from environment variables def get_limit_from_env(var_name, default): try: return int(os.getenv(var_name, default)) except ValueError: logging.error(f"Environment variable {var_name} must be an integer. Using default value: {default}") return int(default) # Define the list names to pull from Trakt.tv for movies and shows separately movie_list_names = ["popular", "recommended", "anticipated", "trending", "boxoffice"] show_list_names = ["popular", "recommended", "anticipated", "trending"] # Load limit values from environment variables movie_limits = {name: get_limit_from_env(f"MOVIE_{name.upper()}_LIMIT", '5') for name in movie_list_names} show_limits = {name: get_limit_from_env(f"SHOW_{name.upper()}_LIMIT", '5') for name in show_list_names} requested_movies = [] requested_shows = [] # Create a retry strategy retry_strategy = Retry( total=3, status_forcelist=[400, 401, 403, 404, 500, 502, 503, 504], allowed_methods=["GET", "POST"], backoff_factor=2 ) adapter = HTTPAdapter(max_retries=retry_strategy) http = requests.Session() http.mount("https://", adapter) http.mount("http://", adapter) # Delay time between requests delay_time = 15 # Set up the Trakt.tv API endpoint and headers trakt_endpoint = os.getenv('TRAKT_ENDPOINT') trakt_headers = { "Content-Type": "application/json", "trakt-api-key": os.getenv('TRAKT_API_KEY'), "trakt-api-version": "2", } # Set up the Ombi API endpoint and headers ombi_movie_endpoint = os.getenv('OMBI_MOVIE_ENDPOINT') ombi_movie_headers = { "Content-Type": "application/json", "ApiKey": os.getenv('OMBI_MOVIE_API_KEY'), "UserName": os.getenv('OMBI_USER'), } ombi_tv_endpoint = os.getenv('OMBI_TV_ENDPOINT') ombi_tv_requests_endpoint = os.getenv('OMBI_TV_REQUESTS_ENDPOINT') ombi_tv_headers = { "Content-Type": "application/json", "ApiKey": os.getenv('OMBI_TV_API_KEY'), "UserName": os.getenv('OMBI_USER'), "OmbiVersion": "3", } # Function to fetch existing requests from Ombi def fetch_requests(endpoint, headers, request_list): try: response = http.get(endpoint, headers=headers) response.raise_for_status() if "json" in response.headers.get("Content-Type", ""): requests_data = response.json() for request in requests_data: ids = { 'tvDbId': request.get('tvDbId'), 'theMovieDbId': request.get('theMovieDbId') } request_list.append(ids) except requests.exceptions.HTTPError as err: logging.error("Failed to get current requests from Ombi: %s", err) except ValueError as err: logging.error("Failed to decode response as JSON: %s", err) # Function to request an item from Ombi def request_item(endpoint, headers, item, item_type, request_list): tmdb_id = item[item_type]["ids"].get("tmdb") tvdb_id = item[item_type]["ids"].get("tvdb") # Check if the item has already been requested by either ID already_requested = any( (req.get('tvDbId') == tvdb_id or req.get('theMovieDbId') == tmdb_id) for req in request_list ) if already_requested: logging.debug("%s '%s' already requested", item_type.capitalize(), item[item_type]['title']) return # Prepare the data payload for the request data = {"theMovieDbId": tmdb_id} if item_type == "movie" else {"theMovieDbId": tmdb_id, "requestAll": True} # Make the POST request to Ombi try: response = http.post(endpoint, headers=headers, json=data) response.raise_for_status() except requests.exceptions.HTTPError as err: logging.error("Failed to request %s '%s' from Ombi: %s", item_type, item[item_type]['title'], err) return # Log the successful request and append the requested ID to the list logging.info("Requested %s: %s", item_type, item[item_type]['title']) # Append the ID used for requesting to the list to prevent future duplicates request_list.append({'tvDbId': tvdb_id, 'theMovieDbId': tmdb_id}) time.sleep(delay_time) # Fetch existing movie and TV show requests fetch_requests(ombi_movie_endpoint, ombi_movie_headers, requested_movies) fetch_requests(ombi_tv_requests_endpoint, ombi_tv_headers, requested_shows) # Process movie lists for list_name in movie_list_names: limit = movie_limits[list_name] list_endpoint = f"{trakt_endpoint}/movies/{list_name}?extended=full&page=1&limit={limit}" try: response = http.get(list_endpoint, headers=trakt_headers) response.raise_for_status() results = response.json() for item in results: if "movie" in item: request_item(ombi_movie_endpoint, ombi_movie_headers, item, "movie", requested_movies) except requests.exceptions.HTTPError as err: logging.error("Failed to get list of movies from Trakt.tv: %s", err) # Process show lists for list_name in show_list_names: limit = show_limits[list_name] list_endpoint = f"{trakt_endpoint}/shows/{list_name}?extended=full&page=1&limit={limit}" try: response = http.get(list_endpoint, headers=trakt_headers) response.raise_for_status() results = response.json() for item in results: if "show" in item: request_item(ombi_tv_endpoint, ombi_tv_headers, item, "show", requested_shows) except requests.exceptions.HTTPError as err: logging.error("Failed to get list of shows from Trakt.tv: %s", err) 8. You can create a user script and run the script once a week or as often as you like. The content of the script should just be: python3 /boot/scripts/name_of_your_script.py Replace the path with your own obviously
  4. Then I don't really know what your issue is. The symptom you're seeing is usually due to misconfigured volume mapping or a permissions error. But looks like that's not it in your case.
  5. Looks ok. Due you see any permissions error in the log? If you bash into the container and cd to that dir are you able to write to it?
  6. What path do you have in the downloads section in the deluge settings?
  7. You have to read the 6.12.0 release notes, the answer is in there under "Network Improvements" https://docs.unraid.net/unraid-os/release-notes/6.12.0/
  8. Try "etherwake -b xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx" Where xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx is the MAC address.
  9. Not very likely, but it could happen, I guess. In that case you can use docker directory instead of the default docker image, then backup those too in addition to appdata.
  10. Backup of appdata is the only files you need. If you need to install the container again from scratch you can do that from the previous apps section in the apps tab. You can install all of your containers in like 2 min from there if you need to, in a single click. And you be up an running with the same settings as before provided you have backups of your appdata. As all your container template settings are saved on the flash drive. And with docker, roiling back to a previous version is so much easier then windows, or normal app install I should say (you can run docker on windows too) You just go to the docker template, switch to advanced view and put in the tag (version) you want in the repository filed. You can find all the tags for a container on dockerhub. No need to uninstall, just put in the tag hit apply and you're up in about 10 sec.
  11. Yeah, that's what I meant you should do. You're probably using containers from different maintainers, that's why there are different mappings. But as you figured out you can change anything you want, The only thing you must never change is the container ports of an app. If you need to change ports use bridge network and only change the port on the host side.
  12. There is, SFTPGO. I use it myself, you can set up how many users you want, don't need root access. A vm just for this is very overkill. Just remember to det the correct permissions using the extra parameters IIRC.
  13. Your volume mapping should be: Sonarr - /data /mnt/user/Downloads/ Transmission - /data /mnt/user/Downloads/ Or Sonarr - /downloads /mnt/user/Downloads/ Transmission - /downloads /mnt/user/Downloads/ See how they match? You can use either one of them or any other path as long as they both match. Your last change doesn't work because the path on the container side doesn't match.
  14. strike

    Torrent Sorting

    I don't use Qbittorrent, but you need to set up categories. That way you can sort which types of torrents go where. You don't need to run 4 instances.