Sonarr version (exact version): 18.104.22.16822
Mono version (if Sonarr is not running on Windows): 22.214.171.124
OS: CentOS 7
19-6-8 15:24:59.3|Debug|DiskProvider|Hardlink ‘/media/tv/Designated.Survivor.S03E06.720p.WEB.X264-AMCON/Designated.Survivor.S03E06.720p.WEB.X264-AMCON.mkv’ to ‘/media/tv/Designated Survivor/Season 3/Designated Survivor/Designated.Survivor.S03E06.720p.WEB.X264-AMCON.mkv’ failed. [v126.96.36.19922] System.InvalidOperationException: Operation not permitted —> Mono.Unix.UnixIOException: Operation not permitted [EPERM]. — End of inner exception stack trace — at Mono.Unix.UnixMarshal.ThrowExceptionForLastError () [0x00005] in <c1c3aabcae9e482aa662056b42aff7cd>:0 at Mono.Unix.UnixMarshal.ThrowExceptionForLastErrorIf (System.Int32 retval) [0x00004] in <c1c3aabcae9e482aa662056b42aff7cd>:0 at Mono.Unix.UnixFileSystemInfo.CreateLink (System.String path) [0x0000c] in <c1c3aabcae9e482aa662056b42aff7cd>:0 at NzbDrone.Mono.Disk.DiskProvider.TryCreateHardLink (System.String source, System.String destination) [0x00013] in <b81596df5dc24e8a9110ca1cc8a9cd00>:0
Description of issue:
Noticed that I’m using a lot of storage and upon investigation using ls -i, found that Sonarr was copying instead of hardlinking files as it moves them, so I’m getting duplicates. Hardlinking is the setting configured on my Settings page, so after some Googling, was told to look for the “why” in the Debug logs. This is what it’s saying but I’m not sure I understand what the error is telling me.