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I have several RSS filters set up to automatically download given episodes, and I seem to be running into a problem of duplicate episodes downloading when the "Smart Episode Filter" is NOT selected. The problem is, that on certain episodes which will remain hypothetical, such as 'The Fictitious Daily Broadcast', if the Smart Episode Filter is selected, and since these episodes do not have a season or an episode #, than the daily digest of episodes will NOT automatically download.
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However, if the Smart Episode filter IS NOT selected, than the episodes will automatically download, but it will download all of the episodes relating to 'The Fictitious Daily Broadcast', from all of the RSS feeds that I subscribe to.
Is there a way to allow it to search all of the RSS feeds that I subscribe to, but only download one daily copy of the episode, without either having to download manually, or getting duplicate copies, when the Smart Episode filter is deselected?
I am aware that if I were to change the selected Feed in the Filter Settings, that this would solve the problem, but I would prefer to let utorrent scan multiple RSS feeds, to ensure that the daily episode is found and download properly.
Setting the interval would accommodate what you ask, but without smart episode filter it will download everything in the feed that often instead of every update or one entry per update (if smart episode filter were used). . .The funny thing is I never seem to have trouble with The Daily Show or The Colbert Report. Is this using 1.7.7? If so, can you try with 1.8?
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Sonarr makes failed downloads a thing of the past. Password protected releases, missing repair blocks or virtually any other reason? no worries. Sonarr will automatically block the release and try another one until it finds one that works.
A Windows Service runs even when the user is not logged in, but special care must be taken since Windows Services cannot access network drives (X:\ mapped drives or \\server\share UNC paths) without special configuration steps.Additionally the Windows Service runs under the 'Local Service' account, by default this account does not have permissions to access your user's home directory unless permissions have been assigned manually. This is particularly relevant when using download clients that are configured to download to your home directory.It's therefore advisable to install Sonarr as a System Tray Application if the user can remain logged in. The option to do so is provided during the installer.
Sonarr v2 ran under the System account, which has far too many privileges. Sonarr v3 runs under the Local Service account by default, and will not have access to user's home directories. This may lead to unexpected behavior when you're using a download client thats configured to download to your home directory.If this applies to you, please install Sonarr to run as system tray application instead.
There are two common problems with Docker volumes: Paths that differ between the Sonarr and download client container and paths that prevent fast moves and hard links.The first is a problem because the download client will report a download's path as /torrents/My.Show.S01E01/, but in the Sonarr container that might be at/downloads/My.Show.S01E01/. The second is a performance issue and causes problems for seeding torrents. Both problems can be solved with well planned, consistent paths.
Most Docker images suggest paths like /tv and /downloads. This causes slow moves and doesn't allow hard links because they are considered two different file systems insidethe container. Some also recommend paths for the download client container that are different from the Sonarr container, like /torrents. The best solution is to use a single, common volume inside the containers,such as /data. Your Series would be in /data/tv, torrents in /data/downloads/torrents and/or usenet downloads in /data/downloads/usenet.
Permissions and ownership of files is one of the most common problems for Sonarr users, both inside and outside Docker. Most images have environment variables that can be used to overridethe default user, group and umask, you should decide this before setting up all of your containers.The recommendation is to use a common group for all related containers so that each container can use the shared group permissions to read and write files on the mounted volumes.Keep in mind that Sonarr will need read and write to the download folders as well as the final folders.
linuxserver.io is one of the most prolific and popular Docker image maintainers. They also maintain images for most of the popular download clients as well.LinuxServer specifies a couple of optional default volumes such as /tv and /downloads. The default volumes are not optimal nor recommended. Our recommendation is to use a single volume for the data, as mentioned above.
The RSS interface has been changed since 1.7.7. To use RSS now, youneed to enable the category list. Press F7 or click Options -> ShowCategory List. Click anywhere in the lower half of the sidebar, whereAll Feeds is. Choose "Add RSS Feed." Enter your RSS feed's URL into theinput box, and check Custom Alias if you want to give a name to thefeed.Note that the RSS Downloader will NOT consume any extraresources if you have no feeds present/enabled. Some feeds do not givedirect links to the .torrent files. These feeds cannot be used forautomatic downloading through filters.
To view the releases for an RSS feed, click on the feed.Alternatively, click on "All Feeds." You can also view multiple feedsat once by holding Ctrl and clicking multiple feeds, or even combinereleases and your torrents by clicking on a feed and a label orcategory for loaded torrents. All the releases currently on the feedwill show in the main listview. Double clicking will attempt todownload the .torrent for the release. To open the release's URL inyour browser, right click it and choose Open URL in Browser.
Extra columns of information are available for RSS feeds. To enableor disable them, right click on the name of any column. You can alsoclick and drag columns to rearrange them. These settings areindependent of the columns available when viewing your loaded torrents.
To automatically download all torrents from a feed, you can open theEdit Feed dialog and choose "Automatically download items published infeed." Checking the smart episode filter will make it only download thefirst version of a particular episode. The smart episode filter notwork if the "Episode" column is blank.
If you want to download only specific releases, there are two waysto do that. The simpler method is to right click on the relevantrelease in the list and choose "Add to favorites." This will add it toyour Favorites list and bring up the RSS Downloader dialog for furtherediting of your favorite.
The alternative method to automatically download specific releasesis to right click on any feed or "All Feeds" and choose "RSSDownloader," or press Ctrl-R. This will bring up the "RSS Downloader"dialog.
I have only been using Sonarr from April 2020. So far it has been ok. I am in the process of moving it to a Cloud Server (VPS) so I do not have to run my desktop 24/7. On my desktop, I had all my TV shows in one folder and they were 1.7TB. I deleted stuff that was already watched and got them down to 1.4TB. I have successfully copied all the episodes up to the cloud server.
Since I only have 1TB each, I had to split my 1.4TB of TV shows into 2 OneDrives. So I have Current TV Shows folder syncing with the first OneDrive and Past TV shows folder syncing with another OneDrive. I will then have a movies folder syncing with a 3rd OneDrive. I have added both Tv Shows folders as root folders in Sonarr and used Series Editor to update the root folders for the TV shows. So far so good. This is where I run into a little snag. I use uTorrent as one of my Download clients and I had configured it with a sonarr label that moved the completed downloads to my one root folder in my local setup. But now in my cloud setup, since I have 2 root folders, I do not know how to configure the download client to move the downloads to the correct root folder. In Sonarr you can only configure one label in the Download client configuration and in uTorrent I can only add the same label once. So I am assuming that if I add the Current TV shows folder with the sonarr label in uTorrent, then all the new shows will move to that folder, and then I have to manually transfer to the other root folder which is not preferable. I want this automated as much as possible.
Or at least a successful workaround they used to get their downloaded files moved where it needs to go. I considered 2 download clients with labels to 2 different folders, but that would not fix the issue. So the only thing I can imagine is have 2 sonarr setups on the same machine with a different root folder in each and different labels or if that cannot work, set up another application that does the same thing as sonarr and have sonarr handle say the current tv shows and the other application handle the past tv shows.