My Transmission container is putting incomplete & finished in the wrong directories

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Hello everyone! My setup is an external hard drive with a “transmission” folder, and I have a “completed” and “incomplete” directory under that. Previously, when I would download something, the incomplete download would show up in transmission/incomplete, and that is still the case. However, finished downloads don’t go to the transmission/completed directory anymore, they just stay in incomplete. Here’s a screenshot of my configuration (docker-compose.yml on the left, transmission’s settings.json on the right), which was working until I changed Transmission’s webUI from Combustion to Kettu. I’ve tried setting it back to Combustion, which did not fix the issue. I have LazyLibrarian, Sonarr, and Radarr set up, and I’ve enabled the option to tag torrents for Transmission; under the “completed” folder, I have a “books,” “tv-shows,” and “movies” directory, and when it was working, completed downloads would show up in their proper folder. I’m not sure what changed, but this is no longer the case. Thanks in advance for any help! 🙂 submitted by /u/radiocate [link] [comments]

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