Readarr

Readarr is an audio and ebook content manager that is able to sort, and rename content metadata. All in a beautiful UI with full SSL support.

For more information about this application, follow this link

In this section, we'll be setting up Readarr for the first time. This guide assumes that this is your first time installing Readarr, and you'll be storing your media locally, saving it to ~/media. We'll be doing the following:

Enabling Automatic Organization

Add your media Root Folder

Adding Download Clients

Torrent Clients

Deluge
Host: {username}.{servername}.usbx.me
Port: 443
URL Base: /deluge
Password: As configured in UCP under Deluge
Category: readarr
Add Paused: NO
Use SSL: YES
qBittorrent
Host: {username}.{servername}.usbx.me
Port: 443
URL Base: /qbittorrent
Password: As configured in UCP under qBittorrent
Category: readarr
Use SSL: YES
rTorrent
Host: {username}.{servername}.usbx.me
Port: 443
URL Path: /RPC2
Username: {username}
Password: As configured in UCP under ruTorrent
Category: readarr
Add Stopped: NO
Use SSL: YES
Transmission
Host: {username}.{servername}.usbx.me
Port: 443
Username: {username}
Password: As configured in UCP under Transmission
Category: readarr
Add Stopped: NO
Use SSL: YES

Usenet Clients

SABnzbd
Host: {username}.{servername}.usbx.me
Port: 443
URL Base: /sabnzbd
API Key: As obtained from SABnzbd
Username: {username}
Password: Configured during SABnzbd setup
Category: readarr
Use SSL: YES
Nzbget
Host: {username}.{servername}.usbx.me
Port: 443
URL Path: /nzbget
Username: {nzbget username}
Password: {nzbget password}
Category: readarr (You may need to update this in NZBGET Settings if connection fails)
Add Paused: NO
Use SSL: YES

Connect to Calibre Content Server

In this section, we will show you how to connect Readarr to your Calibre Content Server.

Backing Up and Restoring Readarr

In this section, we will show you how to backup and restore Readarr.

Backing Up Readarr

Restoring Readarr

Troubleshooting Information

Why is Readarr down with application error 502? It won't come back!

If your Readarr instance is reporting 502, and you have followed all the instructions on the error page (restarting, then upgrading if that fails), then something else is going on. All troubleshooting from here requires you to access your Ultra.cc service via SSH.

cat .apps/readarr/config.xml | grep Port
username@hostname:~$ cat .apps/readarr/config.xml | grep Port
  <Port>8787</Port>
  <SslPort>6868</SslPort>

Revision #18
Created 19 November 2021 17:43:48 by Joe
Updated 26 December 2023 19:54:36 by varg