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Feb 15, 2018
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Somehow radarr left sample file and the folder within the mnt/downloads/nzbget folder. How do I delete these files? I have some experience with Linux but it was with the desktop client where I could access the folders just like Windows 10.

This is for the GCE instance running with Ubuntu 18.0.4. LTS.
 

MrSweet1991

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Somehow radarr left sample file and the folder within the mnt/downloads/nzbget folder. How do I delete these files? I have some experience with Linux but it was with the desktop client where I could access the folders just like Windows 10.

This is for the GCE instance running with Ubuntu 18.0.4. LTS.
Launch SSH from Google Compute Engine Instance and

sudo rm -R /mnt/downloads/nzbget/directory_name
 
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subse7en

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Then you likely don't have some options checked like you should. Go over the sonarr/radarr wikis and ensure you got everything configured and enabled.
 
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loa92

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I have some experience with Linux but it was with the desktop client where I could access the folders just like Windows 10.
I am a fan of ncdu -x /mnt/downloads/nzbget as it gives you a bit more GUI than just using the rm command.
 
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DrgnFyre

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cloud commander is also a nice point/click interface. Install it from the plexguide menu (think it's a core app)
 
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something

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Thank you everyone. This worked well. I will have to look into the setup of radarr. As sonarr does not give any trouble. And also installed the cloudcmd.
 

nachobel

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I've discovered that usually after 24 hours or so Arr will delete the leftover files hanging around. It's somewhat disconcerting not understanding fully how this thing operates, but it takes care of business. In the event it doesn't though, the sudo rm -r /path/to/directory command will clean everything up.
 

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