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metabin

Noobz
Original poster
Mar 9, 2019
2
0
Hi everybody.

I spent the day on this. Amazing works (sorry for my bad english, i'm from finland)

My downloaded files stuck in /mnt/downloads/qbittorrent-vpn/
I have 4 files. I try everything (reinstall Pclone, reinstall qbittorent)
I have nothing in the PGUI log with the files
I only test with qbittorent, and not with radarr, i dont need it, and i dont think radarr will help with this situation.

==> /plexguide/logs/incomplete-used.log <==
==> /plexguide/logs/pg.log <==
==> /plexguide/logs/pgmove.log <==
---Begin cycle 239: 2019-12-19 21:07:15---
Checking for files to upload...
No files in /mnt/move to upload.
---Completed cycle 239: 2019-12-19 21:07:15---
Pgmove seems to works. But it find nothin in /mnt/move. The problem is why the files does not move from /downloads to /move ?

Also on PGUI

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My setup :
- Gsuite account (PG move encrypted)
- GCE compute trial (with all-in-one seedbox + plex)
- a private domain name + cloudfare
 
Last edited:

timetrex

Elite
Staff
Oct 22, 2018
233
60
Restart the pgmove service

Systemctl restart pgmove

Also check radarr and sonarr log files.
 

metabin

Noobz
Original poster
Mar 9, 2019
2
0
Ok service restart done
But i dont have install radarr or sonarr. I download the torrent directly from qbitorrent.
I try radarr and i remove it (because dont need radarr).
radarr or sonarr are mandatory for a working moving files process if we download manualy from the app (nzb or torrent like) ?

Thanks.
 

Grawl

Active
Donor
Jan 1, 2019
30
5
What do you want to move there? The files won't move on their own, so your best bet would be to tell qbittorrent to move finished downloads to "/mnt/move/whatever/folder/you/want" or maybe just "/mnt/unionfs/whatever" could work too. You could also set a cronjob to do it for you.

Once you move the files and they're uploaded, they'll be deleted to make space. If you want to also keep seeding them, I think your best bet would be to copy the files to /mnt/move manually.
 

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