So the utorrent and sonarr dockers both specify different directories within their docker space for the same downloads share. This normally would be fine, but the dockers communicate file paths with eachother for automatic import of downloaded media.
This causes permission errors within sonarr (and also radarr) because they connect to utorrent and see the file in /media/filename/file.ext and then try to import from /downloads/filename/file.ext. My solution is to add dummy values (another unrelated share) to /downloads in both sonarr and radarr and then use the add volume to add my utorrent downloads share as /media.
Is there any way to make this cleaner by altering the rockon jsons? The sonarr and radarr both specify /downloads and the utorrent specifies /media on their docker pages. Is it possible to not map volumes to /downloads and instead map them to /media on install? Or I guess flip that and change the utorrent to store in /downloads and never bind anything to /media?
My sonarr looks like this:
/downloads -> any random share
/media -> utorrent-downloads
/config -> sonarr-config
My utorrent is like this:
/media - > utorrent-downloads
/config -> utorrent-config
Additionally, is this change worth doing as it will force people to reinstall a lot and there isn’t really a clear way to communicate that in the UI (like an upadate required tag)?