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  1. scottc

    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Radarr

    Go to Dockers and turn on advanced view and you should see the cpu load of each running docker
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    Unraid OS version 6.6.0-rc1 available

    Updated with no noticeable problems so far
  3. Upgraded without issue
  4. scottc

    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Radarr

    Yes, it wll put each into the correct folder when it is automatically processing the file. When you are doing manually I think it should already know the path, but I have not had to do a manual import in a long time so I am not 100% sure on that one
  5. scottc

    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Radarr

    You dont need to run 2 instances, just map your movies folder and kids_movies so do something like this in your docker setup ( depending on how your shares are setup ) /movies -> /mnt/user/movies /kids_movies -> /mnt/user/kids_movies Then in Radarr add a movie and in the path dropdown when your adding kids movies you would choose kids_movies and other movies you would choose movies If you do not see movies or kids_movies in the dropdown then choose the select different path option and click the folder button to search for path and find the movies or kids_movies path
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    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Radarr

    @tman12 the AHD file you are looking for will be within the docker container itself. Personally I use the linuxserver jacket docker and have configured all the different sites i use in that. But i have not had any problems with this type issue ( although I do not use AHD )
  7. scottc

    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Radarr

    This sounds like something with Radarr itself and would not have anything to do with the docker itself. I would post a bug report at https://github.com/Radarr/Radarr/issues
  8. scottc

    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Sonarr

    No problem at all Jackett is what I use also
  9. scottc

    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Sonarr

    You could use Jackett or Cardigann dockers for indexers
  10. scottc

    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Radarr

    I ran into this problem when I first installed radarr. The issue is the mapping for downloads. Add ( or change ) the container mount point from downloads to downloaded. radarr is looking for a directory named downloaded not downloads. what i did was just add a new path variable in the docker template and mapped /downloaded to the download directory for deluge
  11. scottc

    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Radarr

    Yah, that is the one drawback to updating from within radarr, when you restart or update the docker it defaults to the version in the docker file. I just remind myself to go update it in radarr if I update the container ( or restart the server )
  12. scottc

    [Support] Linuxserver.io - Radarr

    You can update from within radarr. Goto System -> Updates and update to the latest version.
  13. scottc

    move from unraid to another

    use the --progress switch in your rsync command will give you an idea of how many files are left to transfer like this rsync -avh --progress /mnt/user/PlexData/ root@192.168.1.107:/mnt/user/PlexData/
  14. scottc

    Am I being blocked?

    A 403 Forbidden Notice could also be coming from a mod_security rule on the server. Not sure who runs the servers but they might want to whitelist the wiki ( or find the rule that is blocking your IP when on the wiki )
  15. scottc

    Am I expecting too much from my Win10 VM?

    Is your system a dual CPU system? the MB you have in your server specs is a single CPU MB. If that is the case and you only have a single CPU you may want to redo your CPU Pinning. You are using 10 core's for your WIN 10 VM and 4 for your LibreELEC VM. and this could be causing some of your issues