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Just like @casperse said or by clicking the LOGS icon in the Unraid UI on the docker tab, but using the CLI gives a bit better formatting and none of the distracting colors...but to be honest, this is all basic "how to use unraid" stuff. I'd suggest a more appropiate thread for basic unraid usage, more people will likely answer or answer faster if it's urgent.

Just to repeat myself again, whatever you did to get *arr to see your downloads, the same applies for unpackerr, except for radarr/sonarr who would get the download location from the download client, you have to provide it now with the environment variable or .conf if you'd prefer to use that. Lidarr outputs the downloads location in the API, so therefore it's not required to fill it in. In the future when radarr/sonarr also support giving this location via the API, it'll likely go away for those too.

If you think you've found a bug, bug reports can be created of the app developer's github https://github.com/davidnewhall/unpackerr/issues

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Got it thanks, I was trying to run the command in the unpackerr CLI not the general Unraid CLI.

 

Here's my log, seems it can't find extractable files in the two folders?

 

Linux 4.19.98-Unraid.
root@Unraid:~# docker logs unpackerr
[s6-init] making user provided files available at /var/run/s6/etc...exited 0.
[s6-init] ensuring user provided files have correct perms...exited 0.
[fix-attrs.d] applying ownership & permissions fixes...
[fix-attrs.d] done.
[cont-init.d] executing container initialization scripts...
[cont-init.d] 00-start-container: executing... 

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ENVIRONMENT
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PUID=99
PGID=100
UMASK=002
TZ=America/New_York
ARGS=
DEBUG=no|yes
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Executing usermod...
[cont-init.d] 00-start-container: exited 0.
[cont-init.d] 01-configure-app: executing... 
No custom "unpackerr.conf" found. Using defaults.
[cont-init.d] 01-configure-app: exited 0.
[cont-init.d] done.
[services.d] starting services
[services.d] done.
2020/02/21 08:52:26 [INFO] Unpackerr v0.7.0-beta3-89 Starting! (PID: 215)
2020/02/21 08:52:26 ==> Startup Settings <==
2020/02/21 08:52:26  => Sonarr Config: 1 server: http://192.168.1.50:8989/ @ /mnt/user/Downloads/Torrents/Complete/ (apikey: true, timeout: 10s)
2020/02/21 08:52:26  => Radarr Config: 1 server: http://192.168.1.50:7878/ @ /mnt/user/Downloads/Torrents/Complete/ (apikey: true, timeout: 10s)
2020/02/21 08:52:26  => Lidarr Config: 0 servers
2020/02/21 08:52:26  => Folder Config: 0 paths
2020/02/21 08:52:26  => Parallel: 1
2020/02/21 08:52:26  => Interval: 2m0s
2020/02/21 08:52:26  => Delete Delay: 5m0s
2020/02/21 08:52:26  => Start Delay: 1m0s
2020/02/21 08:52:26  => Retry Delay: 5m0s
2020/02/21 08:52:26  => Debug Logs: true
2020/02/21 08:52:29.335323 apps.go:50: [Sonarr] Updated (http://192.168.1.50:8989/): 1 Items Queued
2020/02/21 08:52:29.336547 apps.go:70: [Radarr] Updated (http://192.168.1.50:7878/): 1 Items Queued
2020/02/21 08:52:29.336603 handlers.go:52: [DEBUG] Sonarr: Item Waiting for Start Delay: Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP
2020/02/21 08:52:29.336616 handlers.go:52: [DEBUG] Radarr: Item Waiting for Start Delay: Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W
2020/02/21 08:53:29.328900 helpers.go:65: [Unpackerr] Queue: [2 waiting] [0 queued] [0 extracting] [0 extracted] [0 imported] [0 failed] [0 deleted], Totals: [0 restarts] [0 finished]
2020/02/21 08:54:29.334189 apps.go:50: [Sonarr] Updated (http://192.168.1.50:8989/): 1 Items Queued
2020/02/21 08:54:29.335699 apps.go:70: [Radarr] Updated (http://192.168.1.50:7878/): 1 Items Queued
2020/02/21 08:54:29.335815 handlers.go:58: [Sonarr] Completed item still waiting: Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP, no extractable files found at: /mnt/user/Downloads/Torrents/Complete/Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP
2020/02/21 08:54:29.335845 handlers.go:58: [Radarr] Completed item still waiting: Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W, no extractable files found at: /mnt/user/Downloads/Torrents/Complete/Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W
2020/02/21 08:54:29.335861 pollers.go:116: [DEBUG] Sonarr: Status: Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP (status: Waiting, pre-Queue, elapsed: 2m0s)
2020/02/21 08:54:29.335873 pollers.go:116: [DEBUG] Radarr: Status: Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W (status: Waiting, pre-Queue, elapsed: 2m0s)
2020/02/21 08:54:29.335898 helpers.go:65: [Unpackerr] Queue: [2 waiting] [0 queued] [0 extracting] [0 extracted] [0 imported] [0 failed] [0 deleted], Totals: [0 restarts] [0 finished]
2020/02/21 08:55:29.328943 helpers.go:65: [Unpackerr] Queue: [2 waiting] [0 queued] [0 extracting] [0 extracted] [0 imported] [0 failed] [0 deleted], Totals: [0 restarts] [0 finished]
2020/02/21 08:56:29.334021 apps.go:50: [Sonarr] Updated (http://192.168.1.50:8989/): 1 Items Queued
2020/02/21 08:56:29.335660 apps.go:70: [Radarr] Updated (http://192.168.1.50:7878/): 1 Items Queued
2020/02/21 08:56:29.335735 handlers.go:58: [Sonarr] Completed item still waiting: Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP, no extractable files found at: /mnt/user/Downloads/Torrents/Complete/Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP
2020/02/21 08:56:29.335757 handlers.go:58: [Radarr] Completed item still waiting: Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W, no extractable files found at: /mnt/user/Downloads/Torrents/Complete/Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W
2020/02/21 08:56:29.335781 pollers.go:116: [DEBUG] Sonarr: Status: Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP (status: Waiting, pre-Queue, elapsed: 4m0s)
2020/02/21 08:56:29.335792 pollers.go:116: [DEBUG] Radarr: Status: Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W (status: Waiting, pre-Queue, elapsed: 4m0s)
2020/02/21 08:56:29.335806 helpers.go:65: [Unpackerr] Queue: [2 waiting] [0 queued] [0 extracting] [0 extracted] [0 imported] [0 failed] [0 deleted], Totals: [0 restarts] [0 finished]
2020/02/21 08:57:29.328823 helpers.go:65: [Unpackerr] Queue: [2 waiting] [0 queued] [0 extracting] [0 extracted] [0 imported] [0 failed] [0 deleted], Totals: [0 restarts] [0 finished]
2020/02/21 08:58:29.334088 apps.go:50: [Sonarr] Updated (http://192.168.1.50:8989/): 1 Items Queued
2020/02/21 08:58:29.335818 apps.go:70: [Radarr] Updated (http://192.168.1.50:7878/): 1 Items Queued
2020/02/21 08:58:29.335864 handlers.go:58: [Sonarr] Completed item still waiting: Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP, no extractable files found at: /mnt/user/Downloads/Torrents/Complete/Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP
2020/02/21 08:58:29.335907 handlers.go:58: [Radarr] Completed item still waiting: Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W, no extractable files found at: /mnt/user/Downloads/Torrents/Complete/Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W
2020/02/21 08:58:29.335921 pollers.go:116: [DEBUG] Radarr: Status: Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W (status: Waiting, pre-Queue, elapsed: 6m0s)
2020/02/21 08:58:29.335931 pollers.go:116: [DEBUG] Sonarr: Status: Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP (status: Waiting, pre-Queue, elapsed: 6m0s)
2020/02/21 08:58:29.336324 helpers.go:65: [Unpackerr] Queue: [2 waiting] [0 queued] [0 extracting] [0 extracted] [0 imported] [0 failed] [0 deleted], Totals: [0 restarts] [0 finished]
2020/02/21 08:59:29.328834 helpers.go:65: [Unpackerr] Queue: [2 waiting] [0 queued] [0 extracting] [0 extracted] [0 imported] [0 failed] [0 deleted], Totals: [0 restarts] [0 finished]
2020/02/21 09:00:29.333942 apps.go:50: [Sonarr] Updated (http://192.168.1.50:8989/): 1 Items Queued
2020/02/21 09:00:29.335358 apps.go:70: [Radarr] Updated (http://192.168.1.50:7878/): 1 Items Queued
2020/02/21 09:00:29.335418 handlers.go:58: [Sonarr] Completed item still waiting: Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP, no extractable files found at: /mnt/user/Downloads/Torrents/Complete/Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP
2020/02/21 09:00:29.335436 handlers.go:58: [Radarr] Completed item still waiting: Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W, no extractable files found at: /mnt/user/Downloads/Torrents/Complete/Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W
2020/02/21 09:00:29.335468 pollers.go:116: [DEBUG] Sonarr: Status: Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP (status: Waiting, pre-Queue, elapsed: 8m0s)
2020/02/21 09:00:29.335479 pollers.go:116: [DEBUG] Radarr: Status: Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W (status: Waiting, pre-Queue, elapsed: 8m0s)
2020/02/21 09:00:29.335497 helpers.go:65: [Unpackerr] Queue: [2 waiting] [0 queued] [0 extracting] [0 extracted] [0 imported] [0 failed] [0 deleted], Totals: [0 restarts] [0 finished]
2020/02/21 09:01:29.328871 helpers.go:65: [Unpackerr] Queue: [2 waiting] [0 queued] [0 extracting] [0 extracted] [0 imported] [0 failed] [0 deleted], Totals: [0 restarts] [0 finished]
2020/02/21 09:02:29.334039 apps.go:50: [Sonarr] Updated (http://192.168.1.50:8989/): 1 Items Queued
2020/02/21 09:02:29.335278 apps.go:70: [Radarr] Updated (http://192.168.1.50:7878/): 1 Items Queued
2020/02/21 09:02:29.335323 handlers.go:58: [Sonarr] Completed item still waiting: Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP, no extractable files found at: /mnt/user/Downloads/Torrents/Complete/Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP
2020/02/21 09:02:29.335364 handlers.go:58: [Radarr] Completed item still waiting: Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W, no extractable files found at: /mnt/user/Downloads/Torrents/Complete/Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W
2020/02/21 09:02:29.335379 pollers.go:116: [DEBUG] Sonarr: Status: Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP (status: Waiting, pre-Queue, elapsed: 10m0s)
2020/02/21 09:02:29.335401 pollers.go:116: [DEBUG] Radarr: Status: Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W (status: Waiting, pre-Queue, elapsed: 10m0s)
2020/02/21 09:02:29.335424 helpers.go:65: [Unpackerr] Queue: [2 waiting] [0 queued] [0 extracting] [0 extracted] [0 imported] [0 failed] [0 deleted], Totals: [0 restarts] [0 finished]
2020/02/21 09:03:29.328789 helpers.go:65: [Unpackerr] Queue: [2 waiting] [0 queued] [0 extracting] [0 extracted] [0 imported] [0 failed] [0 deleted], Totals: [0 restarts] [0 finished]
2020/02/21 09:04:29.333799 apps.go:50: [Sonarr] Updated (http://192.168.1.50:8989/): 1 Items Queued
2020/02/21 09:04:29.335699 apps.go:70: [Radarr] Updated (http://192.168.1.50:7878/): 1 Items Queued
2020/02/21 09:04:29.335756 handlers.go:58: [Sonarr] Completed item still waiting: Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP, no extractable files found at: /mnt/user/Downloads/Torrents/Complete/Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP
2020/02/21 09:04:29.335774 handlers.go:58: [Radarr] Completed item still waiting: Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W, no extractable files found at: /mnt/user/Downloads/Torrents/Complete/Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W
2020/02/21 09:04:29.335788 pollers.go:116: [DEBUG] Radarr: Status: Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W (status: Waiting, pre-Queue, elapsed: 12m0s)
2020/02/21 09:04:29.335806 pollers.go:116: [DEBUG] Sonarr: Status: Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP (status: Waiting, pre-Queue, elapsed: 12m0s)
2020/02/21 09:04:29.335818 helpers.go:65: [Unpackerr] Queue: [2 waiting] [0 queued] [0 extracting] [0 extracted] [0 imported] [0 failed] [0 deleted], Totals: [0 restarts] [0 finished]
2020/02/21 09:05:29.328813 helpers.go:65: [Unpackerr] Queue: [2 waiting] [0 queued] [0 extracting] [0 extracted] [0 imported] [0 failed] [0 deleted], Totals: [0 restarts] [0 finished]
2020/02/21 09:06:29.333989 apps.go:50: [Sonarr] Updated (http://192.168.1.50:8989/): 1 Items Queued
2020/02/21 09:06:29.335260 apps.go:70: [Radarr] Updated (http://192.168.1.50:7878/): 1 Items Queued
2020/02/21 09:06:29.335316 handlers.go:58: [Sonarr] Completed item still waiting: Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP, no extractable files found at: /mnt/user/Downloads/Torrents/Complete/Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP
2020/02/21 09:06:29.335342 handlers.go:58: [Radarr] Completed item still waiting: Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W, no extractable files found at: /mnt/user/Downloads/Torrents/Complete/Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W
2020/02/21 09:06:29.335354 pollers.go:116: [DEBUG] Radarr: Status: Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W (status: Waiting, pre-Queue, elapsed: 14m0s)
2020/02/21 09:06:29.335363 pollers.go:116: [DEBUG] Sonarr: Status: Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP (status: Waiting, pre-Queue, elapsed: 14m0s)
2020/02/21 09:06:29.335373 helpers.go:65: [Unpackerr] Queue: [2 waiting] [0 queued] [0 extracting] [0 extracted] [0 imported] [0 failed] [0 deleted], Totals: [0 restarts] [0 finished]
2020/02/21 09:07:29.328778 helpers.go:65: [Unpackerr] Queue: [2 waiting] [0 queued] [0 extracting] [0 extracted] [0 imported] [0 failed] [0 deleted], Totals: [0 restarts] [0 finished]
2020/02/21 09:08:29.333857 apps.go:50: [Sonarr] Updated (http://192.168.1.50:8989/): 1 Items Queued
2020/02/21 09:08:29.335837 apps.go:70: [Radarr] Updated (http://192.168.1.50:7878/): 1 Items Queued
2020/02/21 09:08:29.335899 handlers.go:58: [Sonarr] Completed item still waiting: Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP, no extractable files found at: /mnt/user/Downloads/Torrents/Complete/Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP
2020/02/21 09:08:29.335926 handlers.go:58: [Radarr] Completed item still waiting: Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W, no extractable files found at: /mnt/user/Downloads/Torrents/Complete/Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W
2020/02/21 09:08:29.335941 pollers.go:116: [DEBUG] Sonarr: Status: Star.Trek.Picard.S01E05.REPACK.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP (status: Waiting, pre-Queue, elapsed: 16m0s)
2020/02/21 09:08:29.335962 pollers.go:116: [DEBUG] Radarr: Status: Queen.and.Slim.2019.1080p.BluRay.x264-YOL0W (status: Waiting, pre-Queue, elapsed: 16m0s)
2020/02/21 09:08:29.335973 helpers.go:65: [Unpackerr] Queue: [2 waiting] [0 queued] [0 extracting] [0 extracted] [0 imported] [0 failed] [0 deleted], Totals: [0 restarts] [0 finished]
2020/02/21 09:09:29.328787 helpers.go:65: [Unpackerr] Queue: [2 waiting] [0 queued] [0 extracting] [0 extracted] [0 imported] [0 failed] [0 deleted], Totals: [0 restarts] [0 finished]
root@Unraid:~# 

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You'll have to mount your downloads as "/mnt/user/Downloads/Torrents/Complete/" inside the container if you want to use that value for UN_SONARR_0_PATH.

 

Might I suggest you use UN_SONARR_0_PATH=/torrents

....and create your volume as /mnt/user/Downloads/Torrents/Complete -> /torrents

 

Also while you're at it, set the advanced setting DEBUG to yes or no explicitely under "Show more settings", you can pick "no" unless you know why you want "yes"...in an upcoming update, there'll likely be support for writing to a log file. The unraid template system doesn't seem to set a correct default when a multiple choice is used in the template, that's why in your log, you see "DEBUG=no|yes".

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1 hour ago, hotio said:

You'll have to mount your downloads as "/mnt/user/Downloads/Torrents/Complete/" inside the container if you want to use that value for UN_SONARR_0_PATH.

 

Might I suggest you use UN_SONARR_0_PATH=/torrents

....and create your volume as /mnt/user/Downloads/Torrents/Complete -> /torrents

 

Also while you're at it, set the advanced setting DEBUG to yes or no explicitely under "Show more settings", you can pick "no" unless you know why you want "yes"...in an upcoming update, there'll likely be support for writing to a log file. The unraid template system doesn't seem to set a correct default when a multiple choice is used in the template, that's why in your log, you see "DEBUG=no|yes".

Thanks, got it working.

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Running hddtemp2influxdb which seems to work fine and populates influx database with required info. I have noticed in the logs though the following error and not to sure why it would be throwing it out.

 

curl: (22) The requested URL returned error: 400 Bad Request

 

Settings appear to be ok and as mentioned is populating data for Grafana.

 

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1 hour ago, hotio said:

Can't help without a log and your full settings.

Yeah sorry was my fault and had missed something my end. Normal operations have resumed lol 

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So it seem to be working now! 😊

 

One questions... The unpackerr creates a new folder side by side with the existing folder like this:

Directory A

Directory A_unpackerred/Directory A/file A

 

Is this how it should be?

After Radarr/Sonarr/Lidarr moves the file will it then be deleted? (If the file is something they accept! not iso etc.)

 

Again thanks for creating this! - Really love to disable the other built in-unpackers 

 

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It'll keep monitoring the *arr queue and when it has been imported, it'll clean up the extracted files. The ..._unpackerred folder is normal while extracting, after extraction it moves the extracted files in the original folder, so that *arr doesn't try to copy a partially extracted file.

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Add your downloads volume and use /downloads for the env variable. Iirc I've mentioned this several times already.

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5 hours ago, Coop said:

 

Hello,

 

First off big thank you for setting up this docker container... second off I'm a big noob.

 

I'm having some trouble setting up folders.... any help would be appreciated :)

 

I have both Radarr & Sonarr setup as per below;

 

/downloads <-> /mnt/user/Download/complete/

 

unpackerr settings;

 

 

I did the same thing as you did in my first attempt to set this up.  Here's what you need to do:

 

Add a path like below, except use "/mnt/user/Download/complete/"

 

Change your Sonarr and Radarr paths to "/torrents".

Screen Shot 2020-02-29 at 7.54.06 PM.png

Screen Shot 2020-02-29 at 7.54.34 PM.png

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19 hours ago, RodWorks said:

I did the same thing as you did in my first attempt to set this up.  Here's what you need to do:

 

Add a path like below, except use "/mnt/user/Download/complete/"

 

Change your Sonarr and Radarr paths to "/torrents".

Screen Shot 2020-02-29 at 7.54.06 PM.png

Screen Shot 2020-02-29 at 7.54.34 PM.png

This worked perfectly, thank you very much (I really needed the visual aid lol)

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5 hours ago, Coop said:

This worked perfectly, thank you very much (I really needed the visual aid lol)

You're welcome.  It's not you, the container setup is very confusing.

Edited by RodWorks

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What exactly is so confusing besides the most basic docker concepts of volumes and environment variables? It's almost the same steps as you had to do for sonarr, radarr, etc. Feel free to make suggestions on how to make this even easier...

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16 hours ago, hotio said:

What exactly is so confusing besides the most basic docker concepts of volumes and environment variables? It's almost the same steps as you had to do for sonarr, radarr, etc. Feel free to make suggestions on how to make this even easier...

Well, I'd make the "host path" a mandatory field at the top of the template not a hidden section at the bottom.  Then. if "/torrents" is all that needs to be in the *arr path fields they don't seem to be necessary and could just be default values.  I think most people are going to assume that the path is the completed directory which doesn't seem to be the case in the template.

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It is not a hidden section... Using /torrents as default is a very bad idea, I can't know what the user prefers...besides for lidarr that doesn't work and neither for sonarr or radarr when/if their api gets updated to report the path in a reliable way.

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On 3/1/2020 at 7:22 PM, RodWorks said:

You're welcome.  It's not you, the container setup is very confusing.

Thanks a lot for posting your screenshots. They really helped me getting this to work even though my folders are different I was able to connect the dots with the visuals. I had been fighting this thing for over a week and was about ready to give up but it seems to be working now. The host path not being present or shown as needed really threw me off.

 

I'm still pretty new to unraid and linux in general and am finding that most of these dockers are set up for people with more experienced setting paths and variables which seem to be obvious to some but greek to others.

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Struggling for a week? Then why not ask for support?

 

Also from all these responses, I'm getting the impression that exactly 0 people have read the instructions.

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1 hour ago, hotio said:

Struggling for a week? Then why not ask for support?

 

Also from all these responses, I'm getting the impression that exactly 0 people have read the instructions.

I did read the instructions multiple times and still couldn't get it to work. The problem I was having seemed to be the same one I had already seen being asked but not answered clearly to me so why post the same thing? I had other dockers I was setting up and rutorrent doing the extracting so I wasn't in a hurry. I figured someone would come along with a solution I could grasp sooner or later or I would delete it and live life without it. 

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2020/03/05 19:49:00.742649 apps.go:51: [Sonarr] Updated (http://192.168.1.50:8989/): 1 Items Queued
2020/03/05 19:49:00.742895 apps.go:71: [Radarr] Updated (http://192.168.1.50:7878/): 0 Items Queued
2020/03/05 19:49:00.743181 apps.go:89: [DEBUG] Sonarr (http://192.168.1.50:8989/): Item Waiting for Import: Star.Trek.Picard.S01E07.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP
2020/03/05 19:49:00.743378 pollers.go:121: [DEBUG] Sonarr: Status: Star.Trek.Picard.S01E07.iNTERNAL.1080p.WEB.H264-AMRAP (Extracted, Awaiting Import, elapsed: 16h7m36s, found: true)
2020/03/05 19:49:00.743527 logs.go:57: [Unpackerr] Queue: [0 waiting] [0 queued] [0 extracting] [1 extracted] [0 imported] [0 failed] [0 deleted], Totals: [0 restarts] [1 finished]

 

Was working for a week or so, no changes except for the docker updates.  Seems to be unpacking and Sonarr is importing, but then unpackerr doesn't know it's been imported and it sits. Same issue is happening with Radarr also.

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What did the app developer had to say? Did you file a bug report?

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7 hours ago, hotio said:

What did the app developer had to say? Did you file a bug report?

Where do I send the bug report?

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Thank you for this!! I couldn't get the developer's docker image to work properly.  Your version worked right from the start with no fuss.  This is helping me keep everything automated with so much more ease.  

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Log says there are no extractable files in the directory, but there are. Not really sure what is going on. Using same host directory as Sonarr/Radarr.  Path in the logs appears to be correct. 

 

 

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2020/05/04 10:53:19 Unpackerr v0.7.0-82 Starting! (PID: 220) 2020-05-04 10:53:19.744859322 -0700 PDT m=+0.001297767
2020/05/04 10:53:19 ==> Startup Settings <==
2020/05/04 10:53:19  => Sonarr Config: 1 server: http://192.168.1.60:8989/ @ /downloads (apikey: true, timeout: 10s)
2020/05/04 10:53:19  => Radarr Config: 1 server: http://192.168.1.60:7878/ @ /downloads (apikey: true, timeout: 10s)
2020/05/04 10:53:19  => Lidarr Config: 0 servers
2020/05/04 10:53:19  => Folder Config: 0 paths
2020/05/04 10:53:19  => Parallel: 1
2020/05/04 10:53:19  => Interval: 2m0s
2020/05/04 10:53:19  => Delete Delay: 5m0s
2020/05/04 10:53:19  => Start Delay: 1m0s
2020/05/04 10:53:19  => Retry Delay: 5m0s
2020/05/04 10:53:19  => Debug / Quiet: false / false
2020/05/04 10:53:19  => Log File: /config/app/unpackerr.log
2020/05/04 10:53:19 [Radarr] Updated (http://192.168.1.60:7878/): 0 Items Queued
2020/05/04 10:53:19 [Sonarr] Updated (http://192.168.1.60:8989/): 1 Items Queued
2020/05/04 10:53:19 [Sonarr] Waiting for Start Delay: My.600-lb.Life.S08E15.Ashley.Ts.Story.iNTERNAL.720p.WEB.x264-ROBOTS (1m0s remains)
2020/05/04 10:54:19 [Unpackerr] Queue: [1 waiting] [0 queued] [0 extracting] [0 extracted] [0 imported] [0 failed] [0 deleted], Totals: [0 restarts] [0 finished]
2020/05/04 10:55:19 [Sonarr] Updated (http://192.168.1.60:8989/): 1 Items Queued
2020/05/04 10:55:19 [Radarr] Updated (http://192.168.1.60:7878/): 0 Items Queued
2020/05/04 10:55:19 [Sonarr] Completed item still waiting: My.600-lb.Life.S08E15.Ashley.Ts.Story.iNTERNAL.720p.WEB.x264-ROBOTS, no extractable files found at: /data/completed/My.600-lb.Life.S08E15.Ashley.Ts.Story.iNTERNAL.720p.WEB.x264-ROBOTS
2020/05/04 10:55:19 [Unpackerr] Queue: [1 waiting] [0 queued] [0 extracting] [0 extracted] [0 imported] [0 failed] [0 deleted], Totals: [0 restarts] [0 finished]

 

Sonarr config : 

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Unpackerr config : 

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Not sure what the red file name means. Maybe that's my problem? 

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