Radarr is an independent fork of Sonarr reworked for automatically downloading movies via Usenet and BitTorrent.
radarr_enabled: true in your
/inventories/[my inventory]/group_vars/nas.yml file.
The Radarr web interface can be found at
http://ansible_nas_host_or_ip:7878 by default
First make sure Radarr has permissions to write and read the
/movies folders. Do this by ensuring the
radarr_download_directory settings are correct.
Radarr will get the file path from the Download client. On default settings with Transmission the path is
/storage/downloads/complete. You will need to create a path mapping in the Remote Path Mappings settings under Download Client to point to your internal path that is by default
/downloads. If you have difficulties with the path mapping you could also just add a new volume path for the Transmission container and use
/downloads as the download directory.
For Radarr to understand that the
/movies folder is a folder, you'll need to add a new subfolder into it.
You can also do this by adding a random movie to the folder. Keep in mind to have the internal setting Create empty movie folders on yes
Comprehensive setup information can be found on the Radarr GitHub wiki