A prometheus exporter for qBitorrent/Transmission/Deluge. Get metrics from multiple servers and offers them in a prometheus format.

How to use it

You can install this exporter with the following command:

pip3 install downloader-exporter

Then you can run it with

downloader-exporter -c CONFIG_FILE_PATH -p 9000

Another option is run it in a docker container.

docker run -d -v CONFIG_FILE_PATH:/config/config.yml -e EXPORTER_PORT=9000 -p 9000:9000 leishi1313/downloader-exporter

Add this to your prometheus.yml

  - job_name: "downloader_exporter"
        - targets: ['yourdownloaderexporter:port']

The exporter is running too slow

You can use an options to expose multiple ports for each downloader you’re watching. Then the exporter will open a range of ports starting from the one you set, each port for each downloader

With command line

downloader-exporter -c CONFIG_FILE_PATH -p 9000 --multi true

With docker

docker run -d -v CONFIG_FILE_PATH:/config/config.yml -e EXPORTER_PORT=9000 -e USE_MULTI_PORTS=true -p 9000-9010:9000-9010 leishi1313/downloader-exporter

Config file

The config file is compatible with autoremove-torrents, you can also refer to example.yml to see how to write it.


You can use the provided docker-compose.yml to host your own stack of Grafana/Prometheus/downloader-exporter.

Simplely clone this project, add or edit config.yml, then start the docker-compose:

cp example.yml config.yml
docker-compose up -d

Use localhost:3000 and admin/admin to access the dashboard.

First you will need to add a data source, select Prometheus with URL prometheus:9090, Then go and add a new dashboard with ID 15006, the dashboard should look like