Wondering if anyone knows what’s going on with my NZBHyrda unable to use it as an indexer and the errors within the container are below… Already tried to restore the container and deploy new. Can’t find anything valuable on Google.
2022-05-07 02:41:49,554 ERROR - Unable to determine java version; make sure Java is installed and callable. Error message: Unable to determine java version from string [0.002s][warning][os,thread] Failed to start thread - pthread_create failed (EPERM) for attributes: stacksize: 1024k, guardsize: 4k, detached.
thespad (dev) concludes docker needs updating to 20.10.14.
However i think we are hamstrung with the age of our ubuntu distro…
Guessing you are both running 18.04 and PTS?..
Honestly, i am annoyed wit self for putting all eggs into the nzbhydra basket as previously used to do each indexer separately which at the very least allowed for failure redundancy (if one indexer goes down then we can rely on another).
Tried Prowlarr - didn’t like it.
NZBHydra now works again. Perhaps other newer images work, but this one seems to work on my end. Also, I am unsure if Watchtower will update this image since I specified the image, so for now, I will be cautious and check from time to time.
Side note, I needed to redeploy NZBHydra in both Radarr and Sonarr as neither would actually make search queries. In the Edit Indexer page, simply “Test” and “Save” and the searches worked again.
nice one Euler.
did you see the message (from dev) appear after deployment?..
saying basically go to -ls47 (as opposed to 48 as per your advice) to avoid connection errors (which i got (405)) while deploying the version you mention.
But well done for replying here and helping others.
But I ran into an issue when I tried to install, “Conflicting values set for option signed by”, which was caused by there being multiple entries in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ for docker. So I deleted the existing docker.list entry so it could be replaced with the entry made in the install instructions.