First, go into
Settings and set
Enable Reinstall Default to
Next, go to the
Docker tab and click on the
Add Container button. In the
Template drop-down, pick your Radarr container. It will pre-fill all of the values from your existing container. You need to change the following values to be different from your existing container in order for it to create a new container:
- WebUI Port
- Appdata Folder
You will also want to adjust the folder mappings to match what type of media the container is for. Downloads folder should remain the same, but your media folder(s) should be updated. Once you’ve changed all of these options, click
Apply, and it will create a new container.
Also, semi-related, once you get your second instance up and running, assuming you will be using the same downloader for both media types, you’ll need to set up separate 4k and non-4k categories in the downloader as well as in each container to ensure your content doesn’t get mixed up. If you don’t do this, whichever instance sees the file first will import it.