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FileLife

Citizen
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Feb 24, 2018
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Hey guys, maybe someone can give me some hints what to do against this issue:

The log is literally spammed with this error:

Code:
Import failed, path does not exist or is not accessible by Radarr: /mnt/unionfs/sabnzbd/*movieFolder*/
That's the error I'm getting pretty often. After some research I found out that I'm having these problems with movies that have two-part names like this:

Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues
Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers

I guess I figured out that the problem is the ":" in the filename.
The files exist in /mnt/downloads/sabnzbd/ after the download. But radarr is not processing them giving me endless log entries with the above line.

Someone having similar problems and can help me fix them? Can post my configuration of radarr if that's required. No problems with sonarr so far.
 

tsimson

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Nov 29, 2019
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Yo man, maybe if that folder isn't accessible by radar, trying making sure your permissions are correct for the user that holds Radarr, make sure they r root. Hope that helps.
 
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FileLife

Citizen
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Feb 24, 2018
7
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Thanks for the reply!

I checked that and it looks like this isn't the problem.
 

Admin9705

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Are you using v3?
 

mrv153

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Mar 14, 2020
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I have the same issue with v2. Would be cool if there is a way to automatically blacklist these releases if theres a bad file name.
Post automatically merged:

It seems this happen with bad names im not sure. Radarr/Sonarr cant detect it as failed :(
 
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mikk34

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May 31, 2020
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I'm having the same issue where Radarr or Sonarr will not move the files after downloaded with the same message.

using nzbget with the following paths:

remote: /mnt/downloads/nzbget/
Local: /mnt/unionfs/nzbget/

movies are searching in: /mnt/unionfs/nzbget/movies/100 Streets (2016)

Import failed, path does not exist or is not accessible by Radarr: /mnt/unionfs/nzbget/movies/100 Streets (2016)

or

No files found are eligible for import in /mnt/unionfs/nzbget/tv/dexter.s01e08.720p.bluray.x264-orpheus-Obfuscated

any help would greatly appreciated

Thanks.
 

Admin9705

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I'm having the same issue where Radarr or Sonarr will not move the files after downloaded with the same message.

using nzbget with the following paths:

remote: /mnt/downloads/nzbget/
Local: /mnt/unionfs/nzbget/

movies are searching in: /mnt/unionfs/nzbget/movies/100 Streets (2016)

Import failed, path does not exist or is not accessible by Radarr: /mnt/unionfs/nzbget/movies/100 Streets (2016)

or

No files found are eligible for import in /mnt/unionfs/nzbget/tv/dexter.s01e08.720p.bluray.x264-orpheus-Obfuscated

any help would greatly appreciated

Thanks.
So this happen in rare cases, but the permissions are fine, it's just they get confused about the files location that results in this. From using PGX, the files do not move at all. This results in files not generating this error. We have fixed to minimize this problem in PG8, but will occur from time to time.
 

mikk34

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May 31, 2020
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So this happen in rare cases, but the permissions are fine, it's just they get confused about the files location that results in this. From using PGX, the files do not move at all. This results in files not generating this error. We have fixed to minimize this problem in PG8, but will occur from time to time.
is there any way to fix it or do I need to just keep adding them manually for now ?
 

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