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Re: [SCRIPT] sherpa

Post by cotten » Tue May 09, 2017 5:26 am

Looks that same but the ID number
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Re: [SCRIPT] sherpa

Post by OneCD » Tue May 09, 2017 5:32 am

cotten wrote:Looks that same but the ID number

That's the process identifier, it will change on every launch of CP.

The rest does look the same. Hmm... it's a noodle-scratcher. I'm almost out of time now, but I'll do some research today and see if I can find out why yours looks different.

You might also try asking about this on the CouchPotato forum.

For posterity, can you please post your sherpa debug log - but only the section where you installed CouchPotato?

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Re: [SCRIPT] sherpa

Post by cotten » Tue May 09, 2017 5:34 am

Yea, I'm going play around with.

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Re: [SCRIPT] sherpa

Post by cotten » Tue May 09, 2017 11:21 am

So a little messing around, I had to complete uninstall couch, and reinstate a different package, and then update from this forum.

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But go it working. I think my case is a one off because I had issue with CP before which is why I'm doing a fresh install.

Time to work on post processing.

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Re: [SCRIPT] sherpa

Post by dirkonline » Tue May 09, 2017 1:13 pm

OneCD wrote:
dirkonline wrote:Considering that some, like me, might use your skript to install Sickrage alongeside an existing Sickbeard installation and want to keep both active until the new installation works as intended.
Would it make sense to include a parameter to set Sickrage to use a specific port for the webinterface? What are your thoughts on this?

What port are you using for SickBeard? The default for the SickRage QPKG is 7073. If your SB is on a different port, then you can install SR alongside SB. That's how I did it a few weeks ago when I was re-creating all my shows in SR.

In keeping with the 'fully-automated' theme for this script, I've not included any user-interactions or parameters for the user to set (well, except for specifying --debug) as it adds complexity. Once you ask a user for input, you have to perform type-validation and bounds-checks. And if - someday - this script is integrated into the QPKG pre-start functions, the user won't have any way to specify parameters. ;)


I am using 7071 for Sickbeard right now, so it won't be an issue. If I remember correctly back when I set up Sickbeard there was a conflict with something else and I had to change it. But as you said, less options is more and the automated approach works beautifully so far :)

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Re: [SCRIPT] sherpa

Post by cotten » Tue May 09, 2017 2:09 pm

Thanks, OneCD. Everything is working again...

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Re: [SCRIPT] sherpa

Post by OneCD » Tue May 09, 2017 2:11 pm

cotten wrote:But go it working. I think my case is a one off because I had issue with CP before which is why I'm doing a fresh install.

Great! Sounds like you worked it out.

edit: ah, you did. :DD

dirkonline wrote:I am using 7071 for Sickbeard right now, so it won't be an issue. If I remember correctly back when I set up Sickbeard there was a conflict with something else and I had to change it.

It'd be awesome to import all the SB setting into SR, but I read somewhere there have been too many changes to the DB for this to happen. Fortunately, I found that the SR process to examine and import existing shows from disk works very well. It helps if you were naming your shows in SB with the season and episode number, and source and resolution. :geek:

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Re: [SCRIPT] sherpa

Post by dirkonline » Tue May 09, 2017 2:15 pm

dirkonline wrote:I am using 7071 for Sickbeard right now, so it won't be an issue. If I remember correctly back when I set up Sickbeard there was a conflict with something else and I had to change it.

It'd be awesome to import all the SB setting into SR, but I read somewhere there have been too many changes to the DB for this to happen. Fortunately, I found that the SR process to examine and import existing shows from disk works very well. It helps if you were naming your shows in SB with the season and episode number, and source and resolution. :geek:[/quote]

Oh I have been doing that anyway via Sickbeard in order to allow Kodi (formerly XBMC) to read it all properly. I will set Sickrage up this weekend with your script and then do a side by side until I have all my shows in Sickrage and then turn off Sickbeard.

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Re: [SCRIPT] nzb-multi-installer

Post by FizzNuts » Thu May 11, 2017 1:47 am

Xmantium wrote:Are you able to put this on GitHub so others can input into it?

Any chance Sonarr can be added? Its way better than Sickrage, try and see for yourself

nzb-multi installer is a confusing name, think its best to put "Sabnzbd+ and Addons Installer" would be a better fit


I completely agree that QSonarr is way better than Sickrage. more stable, easier to use, easier to configure.
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Re: [SCRIPT] sherpa

Post by OneCD » Thu May 11, 2017 1:55 am

Fortunately, @Stéphane has been kind enough to provide QPKGs for QSonarr and Qmono. ;)

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Re: [SCRIPT] sherpa

Post by FizzNuts » Thu May 11, 2017 2:02 am

OneCD wrote:Fortunately, @Stéphane has been kind enough to provide QPKGs for QSonarr and Qmono. ;)

Oh I know, and they are WONDERFUL!
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Re: [SCRIPT] sherpa

Post by tazzi » Thu May 11, 2017 12:11 pm

Those of you unhappy with the instability of Sickrage but not wanting to move to Sonarr shoud take a look at Sickgear. Absolutely rock solid. I run it via autorun - no qpkg - but I'm sure someone with more skills than me could produce one.

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Re: [SCRIPT] sherpa

Post by OneCD » Thu May 11, 2017 12:27 pm

Oh geez, not another fork... :DD

Can you bullet-point the differences for those of us (like me) who don't what what they are?

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Re: [SCRIPT] sherpa

Post by dirkonline » Thu May 11, 2017 12:43 pm

I used your script last night to install Sickrage. It worked just fine, no errors at all. It even took the API Key from Sabnzdb+ which was a nice touch. Now I just have to work my way through this and get the post processing set up. Any tips on that? I had a search last night and found plenty of pages of various ages but it all seemed a bit mixed up and all over the place.

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Re: [SCRIPT] sherpa

Post by OneCD » Thu May 11, 2017 2:14 pm

Using Clinton's nzbToMedia scripts, a large part of post-process configuration is handled by /share/Download/nzbToMedia/autoProcessMedia.cfg. You'll need to check that the [SickBeard] section is configured for your setup.

Also ensure your SAB setting for 'scripts folder' is [/share/Download/nzbToMedia]. This is something else I can automate - just have to remember to do it when my PC is nearby. ;)

edit: changed ref from [SickRage] to [SickBeard]
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