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Maslygan

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as seen in the picture, i also reinstalled it, still getting errors.
 

pYTTH

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What scripts are you using in nzbget?
Can you post screens of your nzbget with the script settings?
 

Maslygan

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Im pretty sure i dont have any scripts?3164
 

Admin9705

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users reported using 8.6beta1 resolved tons of issues. try that and redeploy nzbget and see how it works out!
 

Maslygan

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Will try that :D
 

Maslygan

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didnt seem to fix it :/
 

Signup20

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I have the same issue... nzbget responds with "Unrar error code: 5". I'm currently on 8.5.8 on GCE. I changed diskspace settings to "0" to skip the check for disk space, which helped initially, but now all attempts fails related to error 5 space.
 

Maslygan

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I got the errors after i hit disk limit once, after that it didnt work i think. honestly i might just reinstall the whole box
 

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I was able to resolve by forcefully deleting all files in the /mnt/incomplete/nzbget directory. Once I removed all files, the problem was resolved. Will monitor and post back if things change.

Since I'm new to Linux, I'll share the steps I followed in case it helps others:
  1. terminal into the linux server (in my case, GCE)
  2. navigate to the directory using "cd /mnt/incomplete/nzbget" command
  3. list all items using "ls" command (not needed, but I wanted to see what was taking up space)
  4. delete all items using "rm -r *" command

Question: is there a scheduled job/task that automatically deletes incomplete downloads? I have the Download Client - Remove option enabled in both Sonarr and Radarr, but I did see a bunch of files listed which I manually deleted.
 

Maslygan

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Update: I had to uninstall and reinstall the nzbget container. my guess is that some permissions fucked something up, and this fixed the problem. :)
 

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