Sonarr version (exact version): 126.96.36.19944
Mono version (if Sonarr is not running on Windows): 188.8.131.52
OS: DSM 6.2.3-25426 Update 2
Description of issue:
I have sonarr, radarr, jackett and qbittorrent working in one stack in docker on Synology.
I created special non-admin user
downloaduser UID=1025, GID=100 and give him RW rights to directories
./sonarr, ./radarr, ./qbittorrent and /volume2/Downloads.
But I have not expected behaviour.
In System TAB I see - No issues with your configuration (same for both sonarr and radarr).
In sonarr -> settings -> download client I have only qbittorrent.
In Qbittorrent settings I put Category
tv-sonarr to mark all downloads from sonarr.
I put username and password, which I setup in my Synology account and test is succeded.
Then I added series Money Heist to be downloaded inside /downloads/movies/.
When download completed I go to download directory and found that I have 2 copies of Money Heist downloaded:
\Downloads\movies\Money Heist\Season 1\ \Downloads\tv-sonarr\La.Casa.de.Papel.S01.WEBRip.1080p.LostFilm\
If I go to check individual file location then I see something like that
/downloads/movies/Money Heist/Season 1/La.Casa.de.Papel.S01E06.WEBRip.1080p.LF.RGzsRutracker.mkv
tv-sonarr directory created during download and not by me.
Why it happens and how to change that?
Here is my docker-compose file
version: '3.5' services: sonarr: image: linuxserver/sonarr container_name: sonarr environment: - PUID=1025 - PGID=100 volumes: - ./sonarr:/config - /volume2/Downloads:/downloads ports: - 8989:8989 restart: always networks: - linuxserver radarr: image: linuxserver/radarr container_name: radarr environment: - PUID=1025 - PGID=100 volumes: - ./radarr:/config - /volume2/Downloads:/downloads ports: - 7878:7878 restart: always networks: - linuxserver qbittorrent: image: linuxserver/qbittorrent container_name: qbittorrent environment: - PUID=1025 - PGID=100 - WEBUI_PORT=8068 volumes: - ./qbittorrent:/config - /volume2/Downloads:/downloads ports: - 6882:6881 # port 6881 in use by DS Download station - 6882:6881/udp # port 6881 in use by DS Download station - 8068:8068 restart: always networks: - linuxserver