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Iceberg is a rewrite of plex-debrid, enabling Plex torrent streaming through Real Debrid and 3rd party services like Overseerr, Mdblist, etc.

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Screenshot of Iceberg

How do I access Iceberg?

Iceberg will be available from your dashboard (https://<username>>), or directly, at https://<username>

How to use it


General Settings

When prompted, set

  • Rclone Path: /storage/elfstorage/downloads
  • Library Path: /storage/realdebrid-zurg

and paste in your Real-Debrid API key (get it here)

Step 2 / 4

Set your Plex URL to http://plex:32400, and authenticate

Step 3 / 4

When prompted for content services, select your Plex watchlist - if you're a Overseer / Jellyseer user, use either http://jellyseerr:5055 or http://overseerr:5055, depending which app you use. Navigate to Overseerr / Jellyseerr, retrieve your API key from Settings -> GeneralAPI Key, and paste it in.

Step 4 / 4


To use ElfHosted's internal, unrestricted torrentio instance, set Torrentio URL to http://elfhosted.torrentio1


To use your own ElfHosted Jackett instance, set the URL to http://jackett:9117, and paste in your API key (retrieved from the Jackett UI)

Now what?

You'll see a summary of your setup displayed. Click "Status" to look at your requests / queue / library:

Where do I find my files?

Iceberg will put symlinks in /storage/elfstorage/movies and /stories/elfstorage/tv

Where do I find logs?

To see what Iceberg is up to, use Filebrowser to inspect the logs in /storage/config/iceberg/

How do I get support for Iceberg?

  1. For general use of Iceberg, refer to the official site or to one of the links below.
  2. For specific support re your ElfHosted configuration / account, see the ElfHosted support options!

Iceberg resources

  1. No, that's not a typo, it's a Kubernetes service called elfhosted in the namespace torrentio, on port 80