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    Yoposoc
    @Yoposoc
    maybe that is a much easier means to my end
    PyroScope Project
    @pyroscope
    even if not, symlinks are awesome
    Yoposoc
    @Yoposoc
    maybe I'm overengineering this
    I still haven't wrapped my head around hard links and moving, and the difference.
    I think I know what symlinks are but I doubt myself.
    my profession is bioengineering, haha....
    PyroScope Project
    @pyroscope
    well, man is your friend, so's the Debian Admin Handbook
    Yoposoc
    @Yoposoc
    yup, slowly but surely.
    well, thanks for the help! I think I'll just go for the easy way out but I'm hoping to explore pyrocore for my new server's management.
    if you can steer me to a page on the docs that explains how to run things automatically or "trigger" it like autotools I would appreciate it. I think I read that's possible.
    and pyrocore seems better than autotools in the end.
    dotreloaded
    @dotreloaded
    how would I reset a torrent's throttle group to the global group with rtcontrol? I'm trying rtcontrol name=blah --exec throttle_name.set=global But that sets it literally to global which I confirm with rtcontrol name=blah -o throttle returning global instead of NONE. setting empty string and NONE doesn't work either.
    Dean Ancajas
    @dbancajas
    Hi guys, anybody here familiar with the pimp-my-box setup? The XMLRPC (/RPC2) does not seem to work for me when I try to connect it with radarr
    PyroScope Project
    @pyroscope
    use the provided script for checking
    @dotreloaded i overlooked that... just use --throttle
    bonny1992
    @bonny1992
    heya! i have some doubts about pyroscope, I'm currently using https://hub.docker.com/r/binhex/arch-rtorrentvpn/ docker build and it says it uses the latest rtorrent-ps
    how can I check if my settings are currently working? I'd need to set the "start torrents if i have the space" function but it seems to be not working, and also the "max number of torrents active at the same time"
    bonny1992
    @bonny1992
    I mean, because right now it quite ignores the queue
    AliceDTRH
    @AliceDTRH
    Hello, is there a way to change the session path for rtcontrol but not for rtorrent?
    PyroScope Project
    @pyroscope
    define "session path", or name the actual problem you have
    AliceDTRH
    @AliceDTRH
    I access the rtorrent instance from outside a docker instance. When I specify the rtorrent config file rtcontrol tries to look for stuff like torrents and such in the wrong folder.
    PyroScope Project
    @pyroscope
    that is too generic, what is the actual problem / command line
    but generally, docker is there to isolate things, so yes, they're isolated to some extend
    PyroScope Project
    @pyroscope
    the speculative solution given the miniscule info available is define "scgi_url" in your config and it'll work
    assuming the xmlrpc port / path is properly exported
    Mr-Cake
    @Mr-Cake
    Hello, i've been trying to find a solution for rtorrents poor racing performance and came across your tools. I was wondering if they alter the racing performance, from what i can tell rtorrent doesn't poll the tracker often enough for the seeder or new peers.
    PyroScope Project
    @pyroscope
    you find people that care about that stuff much more likely on reddit
    MeTimesThree
    @MeTimesThree

    Hi everybdy,
    I get the following error on my first pyrocore-setup on a new pulsed media seedbox:
    1618506609 C Caught exception: 'Error in option file: ~/.rtorrent.rc:16: Error in option file: .rtorrent.rc.custom:43: Error in option file: ~/.pyroscope/rtorrent-pyro.rc.default:22: Bad return code.'.

    First line of rtorrent-pyro.rc.default is line 20

    execute.throw = (cat,(pyro.bin_dir),pyroadmin),-q,--create-import,~/.pyroscope/rtorrent.d/*.rc.default
    import = ~/.pyroscope/rtorrent.d/.import.rc

    If i run the following command in a shell, it works and returns Zero:
    ~/.local/pyroscope/bin/pyroadmin -q --create-import "${HOME}/.pyroscope/rtorrent.d/*.rc.default"

    The file ~/.pyroscope/rtorrent.d/.import.rc also looks good (but i think he doesn't get that far.)

    Here is the system-info:
    https://pastebin.com/mg6x9rdu

    Can you help me with debugging this?

    PyroScope Project
    @pyroscope
    read your execute.log
    either your PATH is bogus in rT, or pyro.bin_dir has the wrong value
    print=(system.env,PATH)
    PyroScope Project
    @pyroscope
    or better rtxmlrpc system.env=,PATH | tr : \\n
    MeTimesThree
    @MeTimesThree
    I'm quite confused by the execute.log-syntax, still figuring that out. In the meantime, this is my PATH:
    /home/XXX/bin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/local/games:/usr/games
    XXX@3-90dhaulagiri:~$ which pyroadmin
    /home/XXX/bin/pyroadmin
    PyroScope Project
    @pyroscope
    well, then you need the output, which is in the log
    use less, and search (/)
    MeTimesThree
    @MeTimesThree
    I got rtorrent running again and was able to execute your command. The PATH is wrong.
    $ rtxmlrpc system.env=,PATH | tr : \n
    /usr/local/sbin
    /usr/local/bin
    /usr/sbin
    /usr/bin
    /sbin
    /bin
    /scripts
    That log is not very talkative:

    pyroadmin -q --create-import /home/XXX/.pyroscope/rtorrent.d/*.rc.default

    --- Error ---
    MeTimesThree
    @MeTimesThree
    Oh. pyro.bin_dir is probably empty
    My bad, I didn't actually edit this part:

    Set "pyro.bin_dir" to the "bin" directory where you installed the pyrocore tools!

    Make sure you end it with a "/"; if this is left empty, then the shell's path is searched.

    method.insert = pyro.bin_dir, string|const,
    PyroScope Project
    @pyroscope
    that is what I told ya over an hour ago
    MeTimesThree
    @MeTimesThree
    Yeah sorry, I ran it on a different provider before and that setting wasn't neccesary there.

    My journey isn't quite over yet. My provider gave write-rights to the .rtorrent.rc file only to root and it contains the following line:
    method.insert = system.startup_time, value|const, (system.time)

    This seems to clash with the earlier executed
    method.insert = system.startup_time, value|const, $system.time=
    from ~/.pyroscope/rtorrent.d/00-default.rc.default

    Would you happen to know if i can just uncomment that line in 00-default.rc.default or is asking my provider for an edit of the .rtorrent.rc file the only/better option?

    FYI: The error is:
    1618592292 C Caught exception: 'Error in option file: ~/.rtorrent.rc:56: Invalid key.'.

    line 56 ff

    method.insert = system.startup_time, value|const, (system.time)
    ipv4_filter.load = /etc/seedbox/config/localnet, preferred

    Sorry, that hash-bold formating is clashing with my way to comment things. I didn't mean to highlight that.
    PyroScope Project
    @pyroscope
    that is between your provider and you
    have rt.rc r/o while you can add includes is stupid, though
    MeTimesThree
    @MeTimesThree
    OK, thank you very much for all your help, i will ask them to remove it. Have a nice weekend!