Tautulli - Monitor your Plex Media Server

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#1

Tautulli

A python based web application for monitoring, analytics and notifications for Plex Media Server.

Features

  • Responsive web design viewable on desktop, tablet and mobile web browsers.
  • Themed to complement Plex/Web.
  • Easy configuration setup (no separate web server required).
  • Monitor current Plex Media Server activity.
  • Fully customizable notifications for stream activity and recently added media.
  • Top statistics on home page with configurable duration and measurement metric.
  • Global watching history with search/filtering & dynamic column sorting.
  • Full user list with general information and comparison stats.
  • Individual user information including devices IP addresses.
  • Complete library statistics and media file information.
  • Rich analytics presented using Highcharts graphing.
  • Beautiful content information pages.
  • Full sync list data on all users syncing items from your library.
  • And many more!!

Preview

Tautulli Homepage

Installation and Support

Issues & Feature Requests


#2

Great job so far, just a little curious what’s different with Tautulli than PlexPY? Or is this the latest version that will receive new updates?


#3

Hi Jonny
on version 2.0.6 you introduced the Plex Cloud monitoring. How can I configure it?
There’s no documentation about that

Thanks!


#4

@Evoc said:
Great job so far, just a little curious what’s different with Tautulli than PlexPY? Or is this the latest version that will receive new updates?

I’ m sorry - but did you even try to look this up yourself before asking?


#5

Awesome! Haven been waiting for the official release. Quickly scanned through the Install and FAQ links and didn’t see a way to upgrade from PlexPy directly. I thought I remember you were stating that we would be able to upgrade from within the app to this version, is this still the case?


#6

It’s not released yet.


#7

I am already running 3 x PlexPy for 3 different Plex server’s would the new Tautulli support multiple Plex servers?
That would be a great feature, SHIELD is a low cost Plex server so more people are having more than one Plex server.
Love PlexPy and I am looking forward to try out Tautulli :wink:


#8

@casperse said:
I am already running 3 x PlexPy for 3 different Plex server’s would the new Tautulli support multiple Plex servers?
That would be a great feature, SHIELD is a low cost Plex server so more people are having more than one Plex server.
Love PlexPy and I am looking forward to try out Tautulli :wink:

No.


#9

On the TAUTULLI (beta) front page, is it possible to get more than 5 rows in the statistics? I would like to change this to 15 rows.


#10

I’m currently running PlexPy as a Docker image, but I’m sure I read somewhere recently that it’s possible to change some settings to move to Tautulli?

Is this possible?


#11

@phattrance said:
On the TAUTULLI (beta) front page, is it possible to get more than 5 rows in the statistics? I would like to change this to 15 rows.

Agreed


#12

@sibberio said:
on version 2.0.6 you introduced the Plex Cloud monitoring. How can I configure it?
There’s no documentation about that
Go to https://plex.tv/users/cpms, look under PMS Links and copy your Plex Cloud Instance Link.
Then go to Tautulli/Settings/Plex Media Server and paste the link to the Hostname (remove the https:// part), choose Port 80, check Remote Server and Use SSL.


#13

I have used PlexPy and love it. I saw that Tautulli was finally out so I followed all of the installation instructions and I believe I have it running (the settings page shows all of the correct Tautulli folders and such and the logs are writing there), but…
**The main page (home screen) still shows PlexPy and not Tautulli like the screen shots show. What am I doing wrong?
**I saved the old PlexPy directory, is it possible to get the history from it and have it show for Tautulli so I have my year+ of historical stats?


#14

@WannabeMKII said:
I’m currently running PlexPy as a Docker image, but I’m sure I read somewhere recently that it’s possible to change some settings to move to Tautulli?

Is this possible?

Anyone able to assist with this or point me in the right direction?


#15

@Wiidesire said:
Go to https://plex.tv/users/cpms, look under PMS Links and copy your Plex Cloud Instance Link.
Then go to Tautulli/Settings/Plex Media Server and paste the link to the Hostname (remove the https:// part), choose Port 80, check Remote Server and Use SSL.

Thanks but now there’s a cool drop down menu to select it


#16

@WannabeMKII said:
Anyone able to assist with this or point me in the right direction?

well I’ve 2 separate docker. One with plexpy and one with Tautulli.
I suggest you to install this container hub.docker.com/r/tautulli/tautulli/ and migrate the data from the old one to the new one


#17

@sibberio said:

@WannabeMKII said:
Anyone able to assist with this or point me in the right direction?

well I’ve 2 separate docker. One with plexpy and one with Tautulli.
I suggest you to install this container hub.docker.com/r/tautulli/tautulli/ and migrate the data from the old one to the new one

I’ve added a second docker like mentioned, but it still appears branded as PlexPy and the version numbers are the same, 1.4.25?

Is that correct?


#18

Did you set this? -e ADVANCED_GIT_BRANCH used to change the git branch used by the container
The branch is beta


#19

@sibberio said:
Did you set this? -e ADVANCED_GIT_BRANCH used to change the git branch used by the container
The branch is beta

Erm, no I didn’t. How do I do this through docker and Unraid?


#20

I’ve used UnRaid for few days and I can’t help you.
I’ve seen online that you can set Environment Variables. In this case the Variable name is “ADVANCED_GIT_BRANCH” and the value should be “beta”.
I think you have to enable the advanced mode