How to Install Sonarr on OpenMediaVault 5 inside Docker with Portainer using RPi 4

In this segment, we are going to show you “How to Install Sonarr on OpenMediaVault 5 inside Docker with Portainer using Raspberry Pi 4

What is Sonarr?

Sonarr is a multi-platform app to search, download, and manage TV shows. It uses the torrent network as the source and is available for Windows, Linux, and Mac. Go to the download page to get the version and installation instructions that you need.

sonarr

OpenMediaVault Versions :

OpenMediaVault 5 Installation Guide :

https://pcmac.biz/openmediavault-5-on-raspberry-pi/

Software Required :

Equipment Required Optional
Raspberry Pi Raspberry Pi 4 Case
SD_Card SD Card Raspberry Pi Keyboard
Ethernet Ethernet Cable Mouse
Charger Power Adapter    
HDD External HDD    
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Credits

Full credit goes to the Linux server. 

Image URL: linuxserver/sonarr

Docker Compose

---
version: "2"
services:
  sonarr:
    image: linuxserver/sonarr
    container_name: sonarr
    environment:
      - PUID=1000
      - PGID=1000
      - TZ=Europe/London
      - UMASK_SET=022 #optional
    volumes:
      - /path/to/data:/config
      - /path/to/tvseries:/tv
      - /path/to/downloadclient-downloads:/downloads
    ports:
      - 8989:8989
    restart: unless-stopped

How to find PUID & PGID

  • However, to find PUID and PGID we can use the below-given command.
id name of the user
UID : "PUID"
GID : "PGID"

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Container Configuration

  • Firstly, we need to navigate to Containers and then click on Add container.
  • Secondly, we need to fill the details as mentioned below, Choose a name for your container and image name as linuxserver/sonarr.
  • Besides you need to leave Always pull the image option checked if the image is not already downloaded.
  • After that, we need to publish new ports i.e 8989.

sonarrClick to ZOOM

  • In the volume section, we need to configure the path for config, Downloads, and TV folders then bind these folders to our desired path.

sonarrClick to ZOOM

  • After that we need to configure Environment Variables as mentioned below in the picture.

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Click to Zoom

  • In this section we need to select unless stopped.

wordpressClick to Zoom

  • Once all the steps successfully completed, we can go ahead and click on Deploy the Container.

Access Sonarr Web Interface

  • Now, we can access Sonarr web interface by using OpenMediaVault IP Address:8989
  • However, you can follow the on-screen instructions to configure Sonarr or you can refer to our video.

In conclusion,

  • You are all set to use Raspberry Pi 4 as Sonarr on OpenMediaVault 5 with the help of Docker.
  • If you face any issue regarding this article please share your thoughts.
  • Enjoy using Sonarr on Docker using Openmediavault. Smile (.”_”.)

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Joel Teixeira
Joel Teixeira
3 months ago

Thanks for the guide. I’m on the first steps here so I’m still struggling on this setup. By default it seems that my network share uses the nobody:group ownership. And since I pointed to the UID and GID from my users sonarr can’t write on the folder. In my tests I changed the folder permission to myuser:users but them I can’t write on the smb share. Gonna dig a bit more into this.