First of all I would like to say I also installed Radarr & Bazarr which seems fine.
I am having trouble running Sonarr on my clean installed Raspberry Pi via Docker compose.
My Docker-compose.yml from linuxserver looks like this:
--- version: "2" services: sonarr: image: linuxserver/sonarr container_name: sonarr environment: - PUID=1000 - PGID=1000 - TZ=Europe/Amsterdam - UMASK_SET=022 volumes: - /mnt/nas/pi/docker/sonarr/config:/config - /mnt/nas:/data ports: - 8989:8989 restart: always depends_on: - transmission
I tried several clean installs
At first when docker compose up all seems fine .
I can change to debug logging, add Indexers and Download clients. Also when adding series, the first few from disk are added fine, also i see “MediaCover” files and folders being created.
After a few minutes however Sonarr stops working, I am unable to change settings, add series etc. I can browse all the pages but it looks like Sonarr suddenly has no writing permissions. Even the (debug) log file is not updated anymore. I had to rename the logfile, then Sonarr creates a new one.
I added both logs in Pastebin (i used “xxxxxxxxxxxxxx” as seperator between the 2 logfiles, at row 1351)
Starting at row 800 the problems begin
All files on my NAS have pi user with all permissions.
I pulled the Docker image and removed the /config folder several times.
*Edit: I have my config folder on my NAS and not on my Pi. Is it possible that’s causing the problems? I prefer it on my NAS in case I want to flash the Pi.