Sonarr version (exact version): 18.104.22.16822
OS: Windows 10
I’m currently running Sonarr as a service under Windows with an automatic delayed start. The root folder is located on a remote NAS. None of that is an issue, and it is actually working better than I expected when I moved Sonarr to Windows.
What I would like to do is to run Sonarr on two different Windows PC’s with the same root folders etc. I believe the files necessary for this are the same as those when restoring a backup, ie, those contained in the Program Data/nzbdrone folder. I would also included the MediaCover folder for the artwork. I can sync these files via the NAS easily enough.
Under normal circumstances only one PC will be running at a time which is why I wanted to do this so that Sonarr was running no matter which one I happened to be using. Of course, what I’ve said already may just not work, but the danger as I see it currently is that the service is likely to start before the sync can occur. I would expect the files to sync withing a couple of minutes of starting a PC, but by then the service would probably be running. I presume that this could cause issues? Are there any suggestions on how I can achieve what I want, or if it’s even possible?