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  1. Yes, it wll put each into the correct folder when it is automatically processing the file. When you are doing manually I think it should already know the path, but I have not had to do a manual import in a long time so I am not 100% sure on that one
  2. You dont need to run 2 instances, just map your movies folder and kids_movies so do something like this in your docker setup ( depending on how your shares are setup ) /movies -> /mnt/user/movies /kids_movies -> /mnt/user/kids_movies Then in Radarr add a movie and in the path dropdown when your adding kids movies you would choose kids_movies and other movies you would choose movies If you do not see movies or kids_movies in the dropdown then choose the select different path option and click the folder button to search for path and find the movies or kids_movies path
  3. @tman12 the AHD file you are looking for will be within the docker container itself. Personally I use the linuxserver jacket docker and have configured all the different sites i use in that. But i have not had any problems with this type issue ( although I do not use AHD )
  4. This sounds like something with Radarr itself and would not have anything to do with the docker itself. I would post a bug report at https://github.com/Radarr/Radarr/issues
  5. No problem at all Jackett is what I use also
  6. You could use Jackett or Cardigann dockers for indexers
  7. I ran into this problem when I first installed radarr. The issue is the mapping for downloads. Add ( or change ) the container mount point from downloads to downloaded. radarr is looking for a directory named downloaded not downloads. what i did was just add a new path variable in the docker template and mapped /downloaded to the download directory for deluge
  8. Yah, that is the one drawback to updating from within radarr, when you restart or update the docker it defaults to the version in the docker file. I just remind myself to go update it in radarr if I update the container ( or restart the server )
  9. You can update from within radarr. Goto System -> Updates and update to the latest version.
  10. use the --progress switch in your rsync command will give you an idea of how many files are left to transfer like this rsync -avh --progress /mnt/user/PlexData/ root@192.168.1.107:/mnt/user/PlexData/
  11. A 403 Forbidden Notice could also be coming from a mod_security rule on the server. Not sure who runs the servers but they might want to whitelist the wiki ( or find the rule that is blocking your IP when on the wiki )
  12. Is your system a dual CPU system? the MB you have in your server specs is a single CPU MB. If that is the case and you only have a single CPU you may want to redo your CPU Pinning. You are using 10 core's for your WIN 10 VM and 4 for your LibreELEC VM. and this could be causing some of your issues
  13. You should be updating by using the update plugin option Go to the Plugins page and click Check for Updates. Afterwards it will tell you a new version of unRAID is available; click the update button and reboot your system, done!
  14. Upgraded with no issues
  15. I just tested this on my install, made sure all disks were spun down. Restarted the plex docker with no issues and did not spin up any of my hard drives, then did a force update and again completed with no issues and did not spin up any of my hard drives.
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