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flexget latest using lightweight Alpine Linux container (official)
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Run flexget from a docker container

Key features of this repository:

  • Efficiency - image is small <50MB
  • Security - process runs inside the container as regular user and so does the docker image with the USER directive
  • Management - make script allows for easy configuration and ongoing maintenance


To use this package you must ensure the following:

  • Linux host system configured with a working Docker installation
  • make installed (optional for management script)
  • git installed (optional for src and management script)

Installation - including management scripts and src

        git clone
        cd docker-flexget
        make run

Installation - standalone Docker image

docker pull hobbsau/flexget

Usage - using management scripts

Creating and running the container

$ make run

Stopping a running container

$ make stop

Starting a stopped container

$ make start

Destroying (deleting) a running or stopped container

$ make clean

Remotely trigger a container rebuild

$ make build

Usage - standalone Docker image

First let's setup the data container that will map the config directory from the host to the container as well as the output directory. This container will provide persistent storage.

$ docker create \
 --name flexget-data \
 -v <hostdir>:/config \
 -v <hostdir>:/mnt \
 hobbsau/flexget \

Example using my host and the /srv/flexget location on my host:

$ sudo docker create --name flexget-data -v /srv/flexget/config:/config -v /srv/flexget/mnt:/mnt hobbsau/flexget

Next we run the flexget-service and this will automatically map the volumes within the new container.

$ docker run -d \
 --restart=always \
 --volumes-from flexget-data \
 --name flexget-service \

You should see two new containers in the docker listing:

$ docker ps -a


The source repo is linked to dockerhub using autobuild. Any push to this repo will auto-update the docker image on docker hub.

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