Posts by edjalmo

    I'm testing this How to set limits (ulimit) for services run by systemd in CentOS/RHEL 7 – The Geek Diary

    Creating a file in /storage/.config/system.d/myservice.service.d/ulimit.conf and put it inside

    Code
    1. [Service]
    2. MemoryMax=100M

    Don't know if it works! But when I was doing a systemctl show myservice.service -p MemoryMax before said MemoryMax=infinity, and after creating this file says MemoryMax=104857600.

    Hope it work!

    This did not work :(

    /storage/.config/system.d/ allows you to override any of the embedded .service files with your own

    I'm testing this How to set limits (ulimit) for services run by systemd in CentOS/RHEL 7 – The Geek Diary

    Creating a file in /storage/.config/system.d/myservice.service.d/ulimit.conf and put it inside

    Code
    1. [Service]
    2. MemoryMax=100M

    Don't know if it works! But when I was doing a systemctl show myservice.service -p MemoryMax before said MemoryMax=infinity, and after creating this file says MemoryMax=104857600.

    Hope it work!

    So, I want to make changes on system.config. But when I type nano /etc/systemd/system.conf says File '/etc/systemd/system.conf' is unwritable.


    I want to make this change because I want to put memory usage limits on some services that I use. I tried added the line MemoryMax=100M in a .service, but does not seem to have any limit on the service. I read a little and people say to edit the system.config to make this changes.

    It's possible? If yes: how?

    As for the --debug switch in Lidarr, Radarr and Sonarr, what good would it bring?

    As for root privileges, everything runs with root privileges in LibreELEC

    I searched a little and find this that running with --debug switch only will provide debug informations, rsrsrs (noob here).

    It's because I saw a warn and thought something was wrong. Sorry for that!

    What changes do you want to make?

    I might pick them up if they are pertinent

    So... My hardware is RPi 3b. I can run sonarr, radarr, bazarr and transmission without problems. But if a execute jackett, in every rss sync of sonarr/radarr a lot of memory is allocated and not release, and in some point (after some hours) LibreELEC freeze. In this jackett page have a systemd file for low powered system. The change I want to make is this to see if it's an improvement.

    Other things that I noticed:

    In Sonarr logs always says "Mono is not running with --debug switch". I tried adding --debug in the sonarr service (like this radarr example) but this persists. Before using LibreELEC I used OSMC and added that resolved.


    Every time I open the Jacket this warning appears: "Jackett is running with root privileges. You should use Jackett as an unprivileged user."

    I also tried a solution. Change the privileges with chown -R with another user / group, but LibreELEC did not allow it.


    These warnings do not seem to interfere with performance (not that I've noticed), but are warnings.

    I can put sonarr and radarr in automatic updates?

    I know you will launch the new release as soon is possible (and thanks for that!!!). But if I update what happens when you update too?

    I'm using this softwares on LibreELEC: sonarr, radarr, bazarr and jackett.

    They all consume a lot of memory and after some hours the system freeze (this happend at least once a day). So, I search for a way to automaticlly reboot the system (at dawn) to prevent this happen.

    Anyone knows a way? An addon that do this?

    Or you use this apps and know a better way to prevent this from happening?

    Thanks!


    Oh, I'm using a Raspberry Pi 3b, btw!

    Just for you know... After disabled bazarr the system work much better (now executing just sonarr, radarr, jackett and transmission). But, probably, the problem isn't with bazarr, but with all this apps in a limite hardware. So, please don't exclude it bazarr of repository, they will be helpful for other people: those who have a better hardware or those who only execute radarr, jacket and bazarr.

    Regards and thanks!

    I accessed here. The structure looks a lot like systemd.


    I talk about restart because after the upgrade to new version of LibreELEC and install bazarr in my system (raspberry pi) they freeze after some hours running.


    All this apps (sonarr, radarr, bazarr and jackett) allocated a lot of ram memory and don't release they. I desactivate bazarr and will see if the freeze persist.

    Before the upgrade for beta version I used a old version of sonarr and radarr, because it was the available in thoradia and the system don't freeze. Maybe this (the new versions of apps) afftect the system too.

    Thank you for the information

    I will add --no-update in the next release


    The developer can contribute to the add-on here LibreELEC.tv/packages/thoradia/addons/bazarr at 9.0 · thoradia/LibreELEC.tv · GitHub

    Please, since it will get an update over the weekend, wait until there before you upgrade it.

    And about the contact, I think it's best if you talk to each other (if possible) in any doubt.

    The user of develop in discord: morpheus65535#2188

    And the group: Discord


    Thanks!

    Another doubt (about sonarr, radarr, bazarr and jackett): when I used this service directly from sources, in another OS, they were running with a systemd service. In thoradia they are running in this same way? If yes, where is the .service file to a edit they... for example... restart they after some hours?

    Bazarr includes this LibreELEC.tv/packages/thoradia/depends/gevent at 9.0 · thoradia/LibreELEC.tv · GitHub

    I hope gevent 1.1.2 is enough because later releases are tricky to build


    git is not available on LibreELEC, therefore Bazarr does not auto-update and has to be re-built for each new release.

    I told to him and he said: "The update process is totally different for sonarr/radarr and Bazarr. Bazarr rely on git. From what I can read, it's not available on libreelec. Therefore, they should be using the --no-update argument when running bazarr.py

    In any case, they can contact me for more information."

    If you want, this is the link of the discord channel: Discord

    In thankful to you add bazarr to repository, I installed the 8.95.2 beta version of LibreELEC to test it!

    And it work!

    Thank you very much! :)


    PS. In LibreELEC settings we can update to beta version without lost any addons or data installed!

    I was telling the developers about the news and he said that!

    Is python gevent installed in your repository?

    If not, they said will update the app in the weekend and this will be necessary for the new version run!


    Installation Running from Source · morpheus65535/bazarr Wiki · GitHub