Sonarr version (exact version): 184.108.40.2060
Mono version (if Sonarr is not running on Windows): Docker, linuxserver.io image
OS: ubuntu server + Docker
can please someone explain me how my setup should be done? I’ll do my best to explain the situation and how I would like it to work.
I have an ESXi host, with an ubuntu-server on it, running docker containers: Sonarr, Radarr, Lidarr, Sabnzbd, and some others.
Then, there is a NAS, that is used for storage only.
The server itself has a mounted 2nd disk that is used for local verification, repair and extract.
So the data is going to /mnt/data/sab/tmp and finally to /mnt/data/sab/complete, including categories movies, tv and music.
That’s working fine. Radarr basically looks for file, shoots it over to sab, sab downloads, extract, done and places is in the folder on the server.
Finally, this file should actually find it’s way on to the NAS.
The only way I had it working fine was if I put absolute paths in categories in sab (like not “movies” only but the path that corresponds to the volume mounted in the docker, that corresponds to the NFS share on the NAS, for instance /data/Movies, which is directly on the NAS), and then sab would extract files directly to the folder on the NAS.
However, that is slow as snail.
What I am looking for is to set it up like this:
- sab downloads into temp, repairs and extracts into complete (all on the server)
- Radarr (or SAB?) moves the file, when done, from complete folder on server to the Movies folder on the NAS
One thing I noticed: if I go to Queue, and however over the orange icon, it says:
Waiting to Import
No files found are eligible for import in /data/Movies/Moviename-Folder
/data is the mount of the NAS folder in the Docker (set up as volume in Portainer)
I also tried Remote Path Mapping, however that doesn’t make much sense, only if I use it “wrong”:
The paths, if they are to map to the same folder, are “same”. Because it is the same container. I can only map it “wrong”, as map downloads folder from the SAB to the Movies folder on the NAS.
Does this make sense? Is it doable?