Unable to set flood as download client

I’m trying to set flood as radarr’s download client. I fill in all the settings like this:

Name: Flood
Enabled: yes
Host: localhost
port: 3000
SSL: no
Url base: /flood
Username: myusername
Password: mypassword
Destination: mydestination

But this error pops up on the host form: “Unable to connect to Flood, please check your settings”.
I can access flood without any problem from the SSO.

Same problem with lidarr, sonarr, and prowlarr.

Please provide Radarr’s logs. As far as I can tell, Flood is not packaged for YunoHost, please explain how you have installed it.

Can you perform a curl http://localhost:3000/flood from the command line?

I installed flood from yunohost’s web ui.

As for the command you asked for, here it is the output
curl: (7) Failed to connect to localhost port 3000: Connection refused

Here’s the radarr log:


I forgot to say that until 2 days ago, I was able to add flood as download client without any problems. I don’t think I changed anything in this 2 days, at least not on purpose.

Ah yeah indeed, it is in the catalog. Sorry for the confusion, my search-fu failed me.

Are you sure Flood is running on port 3000, and that its service is running?

To check the port: yunohost app info flood --full --output-as json | jq .settings.port

That was it! The port was not 3000 anymore but 8101!
Just out of curiosity, how or why the port changed? I don’t think it was me, since I have no idea how to do it.

I cannot say. Have you recently upgraded Radarr?

Maybe, I’m not sure. However a new problem occurred. Radarr seems not being able to add torrents to flood. Checking the logs this is what I’ve found:

2022-04-21 02:03:28.9|Warn|HttpClient|HTTP Error - Res: [POST] http://localhost:8101/flood/api/torrents/add-urls: 403.Forbidden (47 bytes)
{"code":"EACCES","message":"Permission denied"}

I don’t know Flood, does it have a API and requires a token for it?

Sorry, deleting last post as it was unclear. No, flood doesn’t require any token, but as you can see by the radarr log, it calls the API, specifically add-urls, but then it ends up in a 403 forbidden error. Could this be something related to permission/ownership? if so, what and where should I edit?

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