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Application Name: NZBGet Application Site: http://nzbget.net/ Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/linuxserver/nzbget/ Github: https://github.com/linuxserver/docker-nzbget   P

Thank you CHBMB!   To summarize, in NZBGet go to: Settings  > Extensions Scripts. In the field labeled ShellOverride enter the following: .py=/usr/bin/python3 This worked perfectly

I was so focused on the download path that I didn't realize it was my category paths that were screwing me up.   Everything is finally working now.   Thanks for the help trurl!  I've been working on t

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Super-Newbie (w/ NZBGEt) Question:

 

Trying to switch from Sab to NZBGet because I get a lot of failed downloads lately with Sab/Sickrage. I just did a test to download an episode in NZBGet, and it did not post process in Sickrage. Download was extracted and placed in the proper directory as when using with Sab. I was not using any pp script in Sab.

 

Do I need to add a post processing script to NZBGet to process the episode after downloading?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

H.

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Super-Newbie (w/ NZBGEt) Question:

 

Trying to switch from Sab to NZBGet because I get a lot of failed downloads lately with Sab/Sickrage. I just did a test to download an episode in NZBGet, and it did not post process in Sickrage. Download was extracted and placed in the proper directory as when using with Sab. I was not using any pp script in Sab.

 

Do I need to add a post processing script to NZBGet to process the episode after downloading?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

H.

Sick should do all the pp.  You probably got something wrong in the paths  http://lime-technology.com/forum/index.php?topic=40937.msg488507#msg488507 Explains how to set the paths up using sonarr as an example (IMO better than sick)
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Sick should do all the pp.  You probably got something wrong in the paths  http://lime-technology.com/forum/index.php?topic=40937.msg488507#msg488507 Explains how to set the paths up using sonarr as an example (IMO better than sick)

 

Thank you Squid. I think the issue was a download that I marked as failed... Will try to see how it performs with tonight's downloads.

 

Thanks again,

 

H.

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WARNING Sat Dec 24 2016 19:45:23 Non-nzbget request received on port 6789 from 189.0.84.51

WARNING Sat Dec 24 2016 19:45:23 Non-nzbget request received on port 6789 from 189.0.84.51

WARNING Sat Dec 24 2016 19:42:19 Non-nzbget request received on port 6789 from 181.177.140.147

WARNING Sat Dec 24 2016 19:42:19 Non-nzbget request received on port 6789 from 181.177.140.147

WARNING Sat Dec 24 2016 19:33:43 Non-nzbget request received on port 6789 from 132.255.88.43

WARNING Sat Dec 24 2016 19:33:42 Non-nzbget request received on port 6789 from 132.255.88.43

WARNING Sat Dec 24 2016 19:30:26 Non-nzbget request received on port 6789 from 187.18.225.102

WARNING Sat Dec 24 2016 19:30:25 Non-nzbget request received on port 6789 from 187.18.225.102

 

I'm getting a bunch of these messages. Does anyone know what is triggering this?

 

Is this linked to ControlIP or AuthorizedIP?

 

My current setting:

ControlIP: 0.0.0.0

AuthorizedIP: 127.0.0.1

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WARNING Sat Dec 24 2016 19:45:23 Non-nzbget request received on port 6789 from 189.0.84.51

WARNING Sat Dec 24 2016 19:45:23 Non-nzbget request received on port 6789 from 189.0.84.51

WARNING Sat Dec 24 2016 19:42:19 Non-nzbget request received on port 6789 from 181.177.140.147

WARNING Sat Dec 24 2016 19:42:19 Non-nzbget request received on port 6789 from 181.177.140.147

WARNING Sat Dec 24 2016 19:33:43 Non-nzbget request received on port 6789 from 132.255.88.43

WARNING Sat Dec 24 2016 19:33:42 Non-nzbget request received on port 6789 from 132.255.88.43

WARNING Sat Dec 24 2016 19:30:26 Non-nzbget request received on port 6789 from 187.18.225.102

WARNING Sat Dec 24 2016 19:30:25 Non-nzbget request received on port 6789 from 187.18.225.102

 

I'm getting a bunch of these messages. Does anyone know what is triggering this?

 

Is this linked to ControlIP or AuthorizedIP?

 

My current setting:

ControlIP: 0.0.0.0

AuthorizedIP: 127.0.0.1

 

You got that port open by any chance on your router?

 

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Removing 6789 from the router's port forwarding list fixed the problem. Thank you CHBMB and Techn0mancer.

 

You want to access it from outside your LAN and I'd recommend setting up a reverse proxy with our letsencrypt container.

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As of the last few days, I keep getting an error "Low disk space on /downloads/dst. Pausing download" and "Low disk space on /downloads/inter. Pausing download" and the downloads keep pausing.

 

My docker container is located on a cache drive and I do have a lot of space left on it.

 

In the docker container log, I see this error:

 

[ERROR] Error saving diskstate: Could not rename file /config/queue/stats.new to /config/queue/stats: No space left on device

 

Thank you in advance!

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As of the last few days, I keep getting an error "Low disk space on /downloads/dst. Pausing download" and "Low disk space on /downloads/inter. Pausing download" and the downloads keep pausing.

 

My docker container is located on a cache drive and I do have a lot of space left on it.

 

In the docker container log, I see this error:

 

[ERROR] Error saving diskstate: Could not rename file /config/queue/stats.new to /config/queue/stats: No space left on device

 

Thank you in advance!

Tools - Diagnostics
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As of the last few days, I keep getting an error "Low disk space on /downloads/dst. Pausing download" and "Low disk space on /downloads/inter. Pausing download" and the downloads keep pausing.

 

My docker container is located on a cache drive and I do have a lot of space left on it.

 

In the docker container log, I see this error:

 

[ERROR] Error saving diskstate: Could not rename file /config/queue/stats.new to /config/queue/stats: No space left on device

 

Thank you in advance!

Tools - Diagnostics

 

Here is the diagnostics file.

unraid-diagnostics-20170116-1304.zip

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As of the last few days, I keep getting an error "Low disk space on /downloads/dst. Pausing download" and "Low disk space on /downloads/inter. Pausing download" and the downloads keep pausing.

 

My docker container is located on a cache drive and I do have a lot of space left on it.

 

In the docker container log, I see this error:

 

[ERROR] Error saving diskstate: Could not rename file /config/queue/stats.new to /config/queue/stats: No space left on device

 

Thank you in advance!

Tools - Diagnostics

 

Here is the diagnostics file.

Check_Disk_Filesystems-Drives_formatted_with_BTRFS
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As of the last few days, I keep getting an error "Low disk space on /downloads/dst. Pausing download" and "Low disk space on /downloads/inter. Pausing download" and the downloads keep pausing.

 

My docker container is located on a cache drive and I do have a lot of space left on it.

 

In the docker container log, I see this error:

 

[ERROR] Error saving diskstate: Could not rename file /config/queue/stats.new to /config/queue/stats: No space left on device

 

Thank you in advance!

Tools - Diagnostics

 

Here is the diagnostics file.

Check_Disk_Filesystems-Drives_formatted_with_BTRFS

 

I ran the tool on the cache drive and this is the result:

scrub status for 15f4a7a5-7e67-4411-af76-2791c4b724b6
scrub started at Mon Jan 16 13:32:20 2017 and finished after 00:01:58
total bytes scrubbed: 48.51GiB with 0 errors

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Should I keep using btrfs for the cache or change it to xfs? What would you recommend?

 

You can just use the replace cache drive procedure from the FAQ:

 

How do I replace/upgrade my single cache device? (unRAID v6.2 and above only)

 

except instead of replacing the drive you can change its filesystem to get it formatted.

If you expect to add additional cache drives in the future then btrfs is the only choice. If you will only use a single cache drive then many people here think XFS is more reliable.
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Ok, thanks!

 

Should I keep using btrfs for the cache or change it to xfs? What would you recommend?

 

You can just use the replace cache drive procedure from the FAQ:

 

How do I replace/upgrade my single cache device? (unRAID v6.2 and above only)

 

except instead of replacing the drive you can change its filesystem to get it formatted.

If you expect to add additional cache drives in the future then btrfs is the only choice. If you will only use a single cache drive then many people here think XFS is more reliable.

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Quick question - I am going through the steps as per the FAQ, but I have Docker user share. Should I also set it Use Cache Disk to 'Yes'?

 

You can just use the replace cache drive procedure from the FAQ:

 

How do I replace/upgrade my single cache device? (unRAID v6.2 and above only)

 

except instead of replacing the drive you can change its filesystem to get it formatted.

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Quick question - I am going through the steps as per the FAQ, but I have Docker user share. Should I also set it Use Cache Disk to 'Yes'?

If you go to the settings page for a user share and turn on Help it will explain the various settings including the use cache setting. The Help button is a toggle and will stay on until you turn it off. If it is turned on the webUI will show you help for any of its pages.

 

Try that and let me know if you don't understand why Yes is the wrong answer.

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