Radarr is an independent fork of Sonarr reworked for automatically downloading movies via Usenet and BitTorrent.
Installing Radarr is easy. Simply issue the following command:
This command will configure radarr for your user.
How to Access
After Radarr has been installed, it will be available for access at
The Radarr service is managed by systemd and has been configured for single user usage. You can find the service file here:
Out of the box, Radarr comes with very little configuration. Following are some basic tasks to help get your client up and running:
Add a new show (and your first root directory)
- At the top, click series.
- Click the button
+ Add Movie
- Type the name of the show you want to add
Add a new path. Enter the path for the folder you wish to add your Sonarr shows to and click the green check mark to add the directory.
- Change the other settings to your own needs
- Click the green + to add the show.
Connect download clients
To add a download client, go to
Settings > Download Client. Make sure
Advanced Settings are shown and click
Name: rTorrentrTorrent host: 127.0.0.1URL Path: /rutorrent/plugins/httprpc/action.phpUse SSL: ONUsername: <your username>Password: <your password>Add label to torrent: TV (or anything else you desire)Optional - Downloaded files location: <custom directory>
Add an indexer with Jackett
Radarr only supports a few trackers out of the box, but the indexers can be expanded by using the application Jackett. To add an indexer with Jackett, use the following steps.
By default, when receiving the torznab feed from Jackett, it will need to be modified to be connected with the application. The default link looks like:
We need to edit this link to remove https and add the port number. Thus, if your port number was
12345, your edited URL would look like this:
- Go to
Settings > Indexersand click
+to add a new indexer.
- Use the settings:
Test. If all is good, click
You may wish to further alter your setup by setting quality profiles or setting up post-processing so that media is automatically transferred to your Radarr library when your torrents are completed. If you need further help, you can refer to the Radarr Wiki.
Migrating to v3 on .Net Core
Please follow the steps below to make sure you are using the Radarr v3 on the .Net binary
mono-based v0.2 to
- Trigger a backup manually by going to System -> Backup and presds the "Backup" Button. Wait until the process has finished.
- Change the Release branch by going to Settings -> General -> Updates (needs Advanced settings shown), set the
masterand then press the Save button
- Go to System -> Updates and install the latest update which should be version 3.x+
mono-based v3 to
sudo box update, which should Print out "
Moving Radarr from mono to .Net" When the migration to .net has begun\
If you are not running Radarr as your master user, you can set the environment variable
radarrOwner=<yourUser>before the update, and the migration will respect the choice.