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ribso

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I've recently noticed my setup is 'uploading' files that have already been uploaded.
Using pgblitz unencrypted.
pglog shows that its uploading files to gdrive/tdrive however these are shows that were already downloaded and sync'd to gdrive over 24hours ago.

Happening on GCE and a VPS.

It's defiantly something Sonarr is doing.. I killed the docker process and traffic levels return to idle.



Sonarr is also extremely sluggish once executed, to the point of being useless and unresponsive.
 
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ribso

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What is happening is that files are being constantly added to /mnt/move/tv triggering pgblitz to want to do its thing.
The strange thing is the graphs are indicating the traffic is moving downstream and not upstream so I'm honestly at a loss on what is actually going on and why.
 
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ribso

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I have sonarr looking at /unionfs/tv/ is this correct?
I can try /mnt/tdrive/tv ?

I still dont understand why files are being added to /mnt/move/tv/ after they have already been downloaded and PGBLITZ'd to gdrive.
 
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ribso

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Possible its coinciding with Sonarr's 'RefreshSeries' job.

Edit: This seems to be a constant, whichever series is being "refreshed, updated whatever" is getting moved/copied/something into /mnt/move/tv

https://github.com/Sonarr/Sonarr/issues/1592
 
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ribso

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Also, for what its worth, Plex hasnt actually detected any new files. So again, its an annoyance.
 

hooper

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Sonarr has some features under media management that might be causing issues. Analyze media files and change file date could potentially cause a lot of unnecessary activity. Do you have those 2 features enabled?
 

Qbert

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Sep 30, 2018
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Sonarr has some features under media management that might be causing issues. Analyze media files and change file date could potentially cause a lot of unnecessary activity. Do you have those 2 features enabled?
Analyze media files is definetly off, change file date I'm not sure. But currently I have the containers stopped as the complete system crawls to a halt when this situation happens
 
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ribso

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I have this option disabled, along with change file date. I'm hoping that it will finish doing what its doing soon and i'll restart the container again as I have a rather empty library, most of my data is still sitting 'on prem' storage next to me.
~30 episodes to go and I'll hopefully have an answer.
 
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ribso

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Good news, for now things have returned to stable, so I've started to index a few more older shows to see if I can recreate this problem. Will keep this thread updated.

@Qbert - Sonarr performance has returned to normal.
 

Qbert

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Sep 30, 2018
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Mine doesn't. And I still think it has to do with the unionfs mount. Only the /mnt/move part is writable. Therefore any change sonarr does will result in a write to /mnt/move. What I can't figure out is why sonarr does any changes/writes on imported media.
 
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ribso

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My concern is if I upload XXTB of data, that it will do this all over again.

Note this data would be sent directly to Gdrive then 'scanned/imported' into Sonarr.
 

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