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  1. Couldn't be happier with my experience, and I've learned a ton. Thanks to y'all and to the community for everything!
  2. My goodness I don't know how I didn't find this a year ago, this is so helpful. Thank you!
  3. Updated to the latest Docker image this morning and have been stuck with the message "Code42 cannot connect to its background service" ever since. Error in service.log that appears to be looping as the service starts and restarts is: [07.01.19 13:51:31.774 ERROR SMListener 0 p42.service.ClientServiceManager] CSM:: Service MaxHeapMemoryService failed while STARTING, INVALID_VALUE com.code42.core.CommandException: Unable to set -Xmx, invalid memory value (name=-Xmx, value=4G) STACKTRACE:: INVALID_VALUE com.code42.core.CommandException: Unable to set -Xmx, invalid memory value (name=-Xmx, value=4G) at com.code42.javaoptions.JavaOptionUpdater.setOption(JavaOptionUpdater.java:182) at com.code42.service.maxheapmemory.MaxHeapMemoryUpdateJavaOption.updateJavaOption(MaxHeapMemoryUpdateJavaOption.java:39) at com.code42.service.maxheapmemory.MaxHeapMemoryService.handleJavaMemoryHeapMaxEvent(MaxHeapMemoryService.java:50) at com.code42.service.maxheapmemory.MaxHeapMemoryService.startUp(MaxHeapMemoryService.java:39) at com.google.common.util.concurrent.AbstractIdleService$DelegateService$1.run(AbstractIdleService.java:62) at com.google.common.util.concurrent.Callables$4.run(Callables.java:119) at java.base/java.lang.Thread.run(Unknown Source) Resolved by setting a value for the Maximum Memory value, as suggested above. It was blank originally.
  4. If you don't want to seed movies after the download completes, there should be an option somewhere in Radarr to remove completed downloads after copying. Sorry I can't point you directly to it, I don't currently have it installed. However, if you still want to seed, but don't want to have two identical files taking up twice as much space, find and enable the "Use Hardlinks instead of Copy" option. This will let the files point to the same block of data, instead of maintaining separate copies. Edit: "Use Hardlinks instead of Copy" is the name in Sonarr, sorry. I'm not sure what it is in Radarr but I'm sure there's something similar. Doesn't work across file systems, though, meaning that both the download managed by Radarr and your media folder need to be on the same share. See here for more info:
  5. So I don't run Radarr (yet), but someone using the Linuxserver.io image mentioned something vaguely similar, at least with abnormally high CPU usage:
  6. IIRC settings saved in the ruTorrent GUI don't persist if you restart the container. You need to edit the rtorrent config file directly, which lives in the binhex-rtorrentvpn appdata folder (appdata/binhex-rtorrentvpn/rtorrent/config/rtorrent.rc). Here's an example of what this file will look like: https://github.com/rakshasa/rtorrent/blob/master/doc/rtorrent.rc Do this with the Docker container turned off, then restart it after saving your changes. You can disable DHT and change the default port(s) within this config file.
  7. Took me a bit, but this is working out great for me, thank you for sharing! I went the lazy route and changed my formats to {plex} in the script.
  8. I just setup unRAID a couple days ago, and now that things are working I just want to enjoy using it for a while without potentially throwing a BIOS update wrench into things. So I might eventually, just no current plan to update.
  9. For anyone with an X370 Taichi: ASRock posted BIOS version 4.40 on their website at https://www.asrock.com/support/index.asp?cat=BIOS. As they point out, you have to update to 3.30 first, before updating to 4.40. I haven't updated nor do I plan on it, but it's their first update since September so it might be useful to someone.