Moved Library - System Error, What Did I miss?


#1

Should be an easy answer - I’m missing something simple.

Had library on C:Shows
Moved to D: Shows

Deleted C:Shows from Sonarr “Look Here”

Reindexed, everything working great EXCEPT - I see an error
“Missing root folder: C:\TV Programs”

What setting am I missing that C is still being looked at?


#2

Did you remove it as a root path?

  • click the Add Series button
  • search for any show, you’re not actually going to add it
  • In the path dropdown, you probably see both C:\Shows and D:\Shows
  • choose “add a different path”
  • in this dialog box, you can remove the old root folder with the red x
  • click Close

The warning should be gone now.


#3

I have something very similar - if not identical
In System Status
Multiple root folders are missing: followed by a list of missing folders

If I attempt to add a series as per Thirrian’s answer above only the correct path is present (I previously removed the half dozen old root paths)

All media is present and correct, and pointing to the correct place which I did move.


#4

Might be a case of this: https://github.com/Sonarr/Sonarr/issues/1490#issuecomment-251719355


#5

In my case - afraid not.
I have been through the series editor and the root folders are correct. There are no series missing from the list after a refresh (that shouldn’t be missing). All episodes are accounted for.
The missing root folders are no longer displaying as root folders - its not causing a problem - just an irritant as it comes up as an error so I go check every time.


#6

Yes I did that exactly.
Only shows the correct path, everything works, is impporting to the new folder.
@anon1701 - “The missing root folders are no longer displaying as root folders - its not causing a problem - just an irritant as it comes up as an error so I go check every time.” <-- EXACTLY


#7

:grinning:

Reboot doesn’t help either


#8

Really triggering my OCD! :wink:
Anyone?

Missing root folder: C:\Users\XXXXX\Videos\Torrent Downloads\TV Programs


#9

Clear logs, switch logs to debug, restart sonarr, post the logs to hastebin or some such?

Edit: also:
Sonarr version (exact version):
Mono version (if Sonarr is not running on Windows):
OS:


#10

SOLVED - Go to SERIES - SERIES EDITOR - Select ALL - Change the ROOT FOLDER
Rescan Library

Oddly, even though the root path was wrong, shows still played just fine.
Once corrected, error goes away.


#11

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