NZBget for Synology

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al3x
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Re: NZBget for Synology

Post by al3x » 25 Dec 2017, 23:07

@ronrosenfeld: Are you sure it's not available for your NAS?
Last edited by al3x on 30 Dec 2017, 19:49, edited 1 time in total.

rebelp
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Re: NZBget for Synology

Post by rebelp » 27 Dec 2017, 17:10

@humbug

I have the latest linuxserver v19 installed through docker.

Can I install the beta v20 using NZBGet, or do I need to wait for it be available via Docker repository?

I'm wondering how limited my unpack process is at the moment due to only 2GB RAM. Would updating to 16GB help?

inspectah
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Re: NZBget for Synology

Post by inspectah » 28 Dec 2017, 22:31

al3x wrote:
21 Dec 2017, 17:59
Mine look like this:

Image

And also make sure to change these like this (to use the correct unrar/7z binaries instead of the system ones):

Image
Thank you so much for the guide!
I successfully installed NZBget to my DS216+II.

One question though:
I installed to an USBStick. Should I change the paths like Maindir and Tempdir?
I don´t want to strain the USBStick with constant writes.

al3x
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Re: NZBget for Synology

Post by al3x » 29 Dec 2017, 00:44

You're welcome! Glad it works for you :D

Well, I use NZBget (and Sonarr and Radarr) all on my USB stick so I won't wake up the HDDs all the time. Of course you could change the paths and/or reinstall to another path, sure.

I think the most important paths that shouldn't point to a USB stick are DestDir and InterDir as those are constantly written during downloads. Not sure about TempDir, I don't think that's used that much though.

Can't really give you an advise for what would be the right choice here. I personally don't have any problems with my USB stick, running for over a year now. But a friend of mine had 2 sticks dying already so that might be stressful for some sticks. I'm using a "SanDisk Ultra Fit 16GB" for what it's worth.

Cheers!

Steggl
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Re: NZBget for Synology

Post by Steggl » 29 Dec 2017, 08:09

al3x wrote:
17 Dec 2017, 02:39

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su - nzbget /volume1/\@appstore/nzbget/nzbget -D
Please accept my apologies for being a noob but it still doesn't really work me :-|
When I manually start nzbget with SSH and
cd /volume1/@appstore/nzbget
nzbget -D
everything works as expected and with the right config file.

On the other hand, If I have the task planner start it on a restart via DSM the job "/volume1/@appstore/nzbget/nzbget -D" running as root starts with the wrong configuration file ans my settings are f*#ked up...? Is there any way to point nzbget to the config file via a shell option for my task? Couldn't find it, thank you guys!
DiskStation> ./nzbget --help
Usage:
nzbget [switches]

Switches:
-h, --help Print this help-message
-v, --version Print version and exit
-c, --configfile <file> Filename of configuration-file
-n, --noconfigfile Prevent loading of configuration-file
(required options must be passed with --option)
-p, --printconfig Print configuration and exit
-o, --option <name=value> Set or override option in configuration-file
-s, --server Start nzbget as a server in console-mode
-D, --daemon Start nzbget as a server in daemon-mode
-V, --serverversion Print server's version and exit
-Q, --quit Shutdown server
-O, --reload Reload config and restart all services
-A, --append [<options>] <nzb-file/url> Send file/url to server's
download queue
<options> are (multiple options must be separated with space):
T Add file to the top (beginning) of queue
P Pause added files
C <name> Assign category to nzb-file
N <name> Use this name as nzb-filename
I <priority> Set priority (signed integer)
DK <dupekey> Set duplicate key (string)
DS <dupescore> Set duplicate score (signed integer)
DM (score|all|force) Set duplicate mode
-C, --connect Attach client to server
-L, --list [F|FR|G|GR|O|H|S] [RegEx] Request list of items from server
F List individual files and server status (default)
FR Like "F" but apply regular expression filter
G List groups (nzb-files) and server status
GR Like "G" but apply regular expression filter
O List post-processor-queue
H List history
HA List history, all records (incl. hidden)
S Print only server status
<RegEx> Regular expression (only with options "FR", "GR")
using POSIX Extended Regular Expression Syntax
-P, --pause [D|O|S] Pause server
D Pause download queue (default)
O Pause post-processor queue
S Pause scan of incoming nzb-directory
-U, --unpause [D|O|S] Unpause server
D Unpause download queue (default)
O Unpause post-processor queue
S Unpause scan of incoming nzb-directory
-R, --rate <speed> Set download rate on server, in KB/s
-G, --log <lines> Request last <lines> lines from server's screen-log
-W, --write <D|I|W|E|G> "Text" Send text to server's log
-S, --scan [W] Scan incoming nzb-directory on server
W Wait until scan completes (synchronous mode)
-E, --edit [F|FN|FR|G|GN|GR|O|H] <action> <IDs/Names/RegExs> Edit items
on server
F Edit individual files (default)
FN Like "F" but uses names (as "group/file")
instead of IDs
FR Like "FN" but with regular expressions
G Edit all files in the group (same nzb-file)
GN Like "G" but uses group names instead of IDs
GR Like "GN" but with regular expressions
O Edit post-processor-queue
H Edit history
<action> is one of:
- for files (F) and groups (G):
<+offset|-offset> Move in queue relative to current position,
offset is an integer value
T Move to top of queue
B Move to bottom of queue
D Delete
P Pause
U Resume (unpause)
- for groups (G):
A Pause all pars
R Pause extra pars
DP Delete but keep downloaded files
I <priority> Set priority (signed integer)
C <name> Set category
CP <name> Set category and apply post-process parameters
N <name> Rename
M Merge
SF Sort inner files for optimal order
S <name> Split - create new group from selected files
O <name>=<value> Set post-process parameter
- for post-jobs (O):
D Delete (cancel post-processing)
- for history (H):
D Delete
P Post-process again
R Download remaining files
A Download again
F Retry download of failed articles
O <name>=<value> Set post-process parameter
B Mark as bad
G Mark as good
S Mark as success
<IDs> Comma-separated list of file- or group- ids or
ranges of file-ids, e. g.: 1-5,3,10-22
<Names> List of names (with options "FN" and "GN"),
e. g.: "my nzb download/myfile.nfo" "another nzb"
<RegExs> List of regular expressions (options "FR", "GR")
using POSIX Extended Regular Expression Syntax
DiskStation>

al3x
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Re: NZBget for Synology

Post by al3x » 29 Dec 2017, 10:26

Well, something is wrong in your setup then. Maybe you didn‘t actually create the user the right way or your file permissions are kinda fucked up. Not sure, hard to tell from here.

You can of course always run nzbget with root permissons, although not a good idea in general.

You already pasted your answer to your config file question:

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-c, --configfile <file> Filename of configuration-file
In your case:

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-c /volume1/\@appstore/nzbget/nzbget.conf

inspectah
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Re: NZBget for Synology

Post by inspectah » 29 Dec 2017, 11:21

al3x wrote:
29 Dec 2017, 00:44
You're welcome! Glad it works for you :D

Well, I use NZBget (and Sonarr and Radarr) all on my USB stick so I won't wake up the HDDs all the time. Of course you could change the paths and/or reinstall to another path, sure.

I think the most important paths that shouldn't point to a USB stick are DestDir and InterDir as those are constantly written during downloads. Not sure about TempDir, I don't think that's used that much though.

Can't really give you an advise for what would be the right choice here. I personally don't have any problems with my USB stick, running for over a year now. But a friend of mine had 2 sticks dying already so that might be stressful for some sticks. I'm using a "SanDisk Ultra Fit 16GB" for what it's worth.

Cheers!
Ok, then I will leave it like this.

Perhaps hugbug can shed some light on what NZBget does in the temp and main dir.

hugbug
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Re: NZBget for Synology

Post by hugbug » 29 Dec 2017, 16:43

MainDir is only for references from other options. TempDir is for all sort of things, most importantly for article data if option DirectWrite is disabled, but also for rss feeds data etc.

Snipe3000
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Re: NZBget for Synology

Post by Snipe3000 » 10 Jan 2018, 20:06

Hey guys,
I'm considering uninstalling my NZBget syno package and manually installing it as suggested so that I can have the latest build, but I'm worried about my rss feeds. I really don't want to re-enter all 400 of them and I see from reading this forum there might be some issues with loading the config save file from version 17, where I'm guessing all of the rss feeds would be saved.
Is there a fix for that? or a work-around?

nlights
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Re: NZBget for Synology

Post by nlights » 14 Jan 2018, 18:51

al3x wrote:
26 Nov 2017, 02:22
I posted in another thread a few months back but I don't think anyone actually read that.

In case anyone still needs a step-by-step guide to installing NZBget on a Synology NAS, I did this myself (Synology DS916+) a while ago and wrote down every step in detail, so here you go:
[snip]
Thank you very much for this guide! I've got everything working but I've got one problem now: Downloades files get this file rights: drwxr-xr-x
But I want them to get drwxrwxrwx or at least drwxrwxr-x. Can you help with this issue?

Thanks in advance

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