Package Details: radarr 0.2.0.1217-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/radarr.git (read-only)
Package Base: radarr
Description: Movie download automation for usenet and torrents.
Upstream URL: https://github.com/Radarr/Radarr
Licenses: GPL3
Submitter: fryfrog
Maintainer: fryfrog (onedr0p)
Last Packager: fryfrog
Votes: 29
Popularity: 1.383141
First Submitted: 2016-12-29 18:44
Last Updated: 2018-11-13 22:08

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fryfrog commented on 2018-11-14 17:31

In the radarr.service file, Restart=on-failure is supposed to deal w/ that.

How do you make it happen? Using the restart built into Radarr? Or using the built in updater? I never use either, personally.

XMgVwrR6jCWDM75 commented on 2018-11-14 17:15

Any way to keep this from happening? Seems to happen when radarr tries to use it's built-in restarting mechanism rather than the systemd service:

$ ps aux | grep -i radarr
365:radarr    1582  2.5  0.3 2354004 218192 ?      Rsl  08:43   0:33 /usr/bin/mono --debug /usr/lib/radarr/Radarr.exe -nobrowser -data=/var/lib/radarr
436:radarr    3495 47.3  0.0 235356 56148 ?        Rl   09:05   0:01 /usr/bin/mono --debug /usr/lib/radarr/Radarr.exe /data=/var/lib/radarr /nobrowser /restart

Which causes the logs to fill up with messages that the IP radarr is using is already in use.

onedr0p commented on 2018-11-14 02:31

Thanks man!

fryfrog commented on 2018-11-13 21:16

The files had two versions in their name. I talked to @gallileo and he'll flip them from draft -> pre-release when they're ready. :)

Edit: File names are fixed now at least!

onedr0p commented on 2018-11-13 21:08

No worries, I haven't done a release here in awhile so I didn't want to break things. The only difference I see it not saying develop in the package name.

fryfrog commented on 2018-11-13 17:10

@onedr0p, the release up on github is a draft and weirdly named. I'm going to see what @gallileo says about it before updating. :/

fryfrog commented on 2018-09-09 21:51

@nicoulaj: Seems reasonable, updated this package and radarr-develop as well as a couple of the sonarr packages.

nicoulaj commented on 2018-09-09 16:11

I think the service starts too early at boot, I can see this stack trace with the sonarr package that uses the exact systemd service file:

Sep 09 17:53:29 storm sonarr[852]: [Error] TaskExtensions: Task Error
Sep 09 17:53:29 storm sonarr[852]: [v2.0.0.5228] System.Net.WebException: DNS Name Resolution Failure: 'services.sonarr.tv'
Sep 09 17:53:29 storm sonarr[852]:   at NzbDrone.Common.Http.Dispatchers.ManagedHttpDispatcher.GetResponse (NzbDrone.Common.Http.HttpRequest request, System.Net.CookieContainer cookies) [0x0015e] in <8faeb593f49341d6a7a6d2c3c281887c>:0
Sep 09 17:53:29 storm sonarr[852]:   at NzbDrone.Common.Http.Dispatchers.FallbackHttpDispatcher.GetResponse (NzbDrone.Common.Http.HttpRequest request, System.Net.CookieContainer cookies) [0x000b5] in <8faeb593f49341d6a7a6d2c3c281887c>:0
Sep 09 17:53:29 storm sonarr[852]:   at NzbDrone.Common.Http.HttpClient.ExecuteRequest (NzbDrone.Common.Http.HttpRequest request, System.Net.CookieContainer cookieContainer) [0x0007e] in <8faeb593f49341d6a7a6d2c3c281887c>:0
Sep 09 17:53:29 storm sonarr[852]:   at NzbDrone.Common.Http.HttpClient.Execute (NzbDrone.Common.Http.HttpRequest request) [0x00008] in <8faeb593f49341d6a7a6d2c3c281887c>:0
Sep 09 17:53:29 storm sonarr[852]:   at NzbDrone.Common.Http.HttpClient.Get (NzbDrone.Common.Http.HttpRequest request) [0x00007] in <8faeb593f49341d6a7a6d2c3c281887c>:0
Sep 09 17:53:29 storm sonarr[852]:   at NzbDrone.Common.Http.HttpClient.Get[T] (NzbDrone.Common.Http.HttpRequest request) [0x00000] in <8faeb593f49341d6a7a6d2c3c281887c>:0
Sep 09 17:53:29 storm sonarr[852]:   at NzbDrone.Core.Update.UpdatePackageProvider.GetLatestUpdate (System.String branch, System.Version currentVersion) [0x0006c] in <f8c4a2c9e6194b509efc6018724d76df>:0
Sep 09 17:53:29 storm sonarr[852]:   at NzbDrone.Core.Update.CheckUpdateService.AvailableUpdate () [0x00016] in <f8c4a2c9e6194b509efc6018724d76df>:0
Sep 09 17:53:29 storm sonarr[852]:   at NzbDrone.Core.HealthCheck.Checks.UpdateCheck.Check () [0x000f7] in <f8c4a2c9e6194b509efc6018724d76df>:0
Sep 09 17:53:29 storm sonarr[852]:   at NzbDrone.Core.HealthCheck.HealthCheckService+<>c.<PerformHealthCheck>b__11_0 (NzbDrone.Core.HealthCheck.IProvideHealthCheck c) [0x00000] in <f8c4a2c9e6194b509efc6018724d76df>:0
Sep 09 17:53:29 storm sonarr[852]:   at System.Linq.Enumerable+SelectArrayIterator`2[TSource,TResult].ToList () [0x00014] in <55cb1ea97846413983036e5d2581cc09>:0
Sep 09 17:53:29 storm sonarr[852]:   at System.Linq.Enumerable.ToList[TSource] (System.Collections.Generic.IEnumerable`1[T] source) [0x0001f] in <55cb1ea97846413983036e5d2581cc09>:0
Sep 09 17:53:29 storm sonarr[852]:   at NzbDrone.Core.HealthCheck.HealthCheckService.PerformHealthCheck (NzbDrone.Core.HealthCheck.IProvideHealthCheck[] healthChecks) [0x00025] in <f8c4a2c9e6194b509efc6018724d76df>:0
Sep 09 17:53:29 storm sonarr[852]:   at NzbDrone.Core.HealthCheck.HealthCheckService.HandleAsync (NzbDrone.Core.Lifecycle.ApplicationStartedEvent message) [0x00000] in <f8c4a2c9e6194b509efc6018724d76df>:0
Sep 09 17:53:29 storm sonarr[852]:   at NzbDrone.Core.Messaging.Events.EventAggregator+<>c__DisplayClass6_2`1[TEvent].<PublishEvent>b__1 () [0x00035] in <f8c4a2c9e6194b509efc6018724d76df>:0
Sep 09 17:53:29 storm sonarr[852]:   at System.Threading.Tasks.Task.InnerInvoke () [0x0000f] in <815942dd495d4ccc954b977c1d4bee11>:0
Sep 09 17:53:29 storm sonarr[852]:   at System.Threading.Tasks.Task.Execute () [0x00000] in <815942dd495d4ccc954b977c1d4bee11>:0

It is followed by NetworkManager startup traces. I think the correct way is:

Wants=network-online.target
After=network-online.target

fryfrog commented on 2018-05-28 21:46

@RenVilo: Are you... running Arch Linux on your QNAP?

RenVilo commented on 2018-05-28 21:41

I'm running a QNAP NAS with QMono, SABNZBD, Sonarr and Radarr. Everything boots up and is fine except that in Sonarr and Radarr I can't add an Indexer to www.nzbfinder.ws or any other provider. I've tested this from my PC's version and it works fine. I've read that you have to add "Environment=MONO_TLS_PROVIDER=legacy" but I have no idea how to do this and seems Mono vs QMono might have a different file structure. I can't find "sonarr.service" or the path "usr/lib/systemd/system"

Info on my versions:

Sonarr: V2.0.0.5163 QMono: V5.12.0.266 (of TS-X19 but have tried other previous releases of V5. No V4 available) OS: QNAP Version 4.3.3.0546

https://www.dropbox.com/s/xiwzpfgj87mbibx/sonarr.debug.txt?dl=0

https://www.dropbox.com/s/y09dkbz5yq2nw02/sonarr.trace.txt?dl=0

Please can someone assist.