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How to access/edit the Sonarr database

How to access/edit the Sonarr database

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    Sometimes curiosity gets the best of me, and this is such a case … I just wanted to know if and how I can look at the content of the database used by Sonarr. 
    Sonarr uses the SQLite engine, so first task would be to actually find the database file.
    The Sonarr SQLite database file is called “nzbdrone.db” and can be found here (per Sonarr Wiki):
    Windows

    C:ProgramDataNzbDrone

    Ubuntu

    /home/<user>/.config/NzbDrone 

    (~/.config/NzbDrone)
    MacOS

    /Users/<user>/.config/NzbDrone 

    (~/.config/NzbDrone)
    Synology

    /usr/local/nzbdrone/var/.config/NzbDrone

    or

    /volume1/@appstore/nzbdrone/var/.config/NzbDrone

    QNAP

    /share/MD0_DATA/homes/admin/.config/NzbDrone 

    or

    /share/CACHEDEV1_DATA/SONARR_CONFIG

    The database file can be viewed/edited with any SQLite tool, like SQLiteBrowser …

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