Sonarr stops responding shortly after starting


#1

Sonarr version (exact version): 2.0.0.5301

Mono version (if Sonarr is not running on Windows): 5.18.0.240 (edit: updated to 5.18.0.268)

OS: Linux Mint

Debug logs:
https://pastebin.com/yuEiufmK
Trace logs of one boot cycle. I can attach debug logs if trace logs are too wordy.

Description of issue:
Shortly after booting the machine, sonarr will stop responding. The machine will also hang on a reboot while trying to stop sonarr. Of note: my library is on a NAS and completed downloads are copied to the network drive mounted as “/srv/osmc/” (this mount point is a legacy of a previous configuration). If I turn off the NAS, sonarr will not hang so the issue is with file handling.


#2

This is still an issue. It disappeared for a week or so and now it’s happening again. Sonarr just stops responding, nothing in the logs, systemctl says its active.


#3

If you’re using SMB try NFS instead, mono has issues with SMB shares in some setups, usually leading to truncated files, but can cause instability.

I don’t see anything in the logs indicating it’s crashing or hanging and don’t have any other ideas at the moment.


#4

I am using SMB but unfortunately my NAS doesn’t support NFS (its a Seagate Personal Cloud).

My options are SMB, AFP, or FTP.


#5

So it turns out my NAS also supports WebDAV which I am not too familiar with. I mounted the share with that and the issues seeeem to be gone.