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  1. Where are the folder icons in the system? I need this to send them, in messages, as notifications in telegram. I know that the container icons are here. And I also need folder icons. /usr/local/emhttp/state/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/images
  2. ZFS is not only a raid, it can also be used on a single disk. And even in this version, for me ZFS will be preferable to XFS, BTRFS. ZFS is now available by default on popular distributions. ZFS has a lot of fans. After all, when there is a choice of what to use it is good. Some people like Parity, others like ZFS raid. It's good when you have a choice.
  3. If you add ZFS, it would be the perfect system for me.
  4. I wonder if I need to enter the NO HEALTHCHECK parameter for all these containers? Will they work stably after that?
  5. With this option, docker takes up twice as much space with the same containers. )) The btrfs image was 30 gigabytes.
  6. Yes, I just did that. I recreated all containers from templates. I will look at the number of entries. I usually had an average of 2.000.000 million entries per day on the btrfs image. These are 74 containers
  7. Mounting the Mega cloud: rclone mount --max-read-ahead 1024k --allow-other mega: /mnt/disks/mega & In response to this 021/02/20 17:51:34 NOTICE: mega root '': --vfs-cache-mode writes or full is recommended for this remote as it can't stream What should be done?
  8. It's a pity it's so complicated. I didn't really know how to do it. I need to take three steps in docker terminal. 1. Download file: go1.15.7.linux-amd64.tar.gz 2. Unpack: tar -C /usr/local -xzf go1.15.7.linux-amd64.tar.gz 3. And export: export PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/go/bin
  9. Started studying golang, used ide vscode. How can you install a golang in a docker so that when you upgrade, it doesn't disappear?
  10. What does Blitter load mean? I only have it 0, no activity.
  11. root@Muwahhid:~# timeout -k .500 .400 intel_gpu_top -J -s 250 { "period": { "duration": 0.003470, "unit": "ms" }, "frequency": { "requested": 0.000000, "actual": 0.000000, "unit": "MHz" }, "interrupts": { "count": 0.000000, "unit": "irq/s" }, "rc6": { "value": 0.000000, "unit": "%" }, "power": { "value": 0.000000, "unit": "W" }, "imc-bandwidth": { "reads": 6771.912149, "writes": 914.647875, "unit": "MiB/s" }, "engines": { "Render/3D/0": { "busy": 0.000000, "sema": 0.000000, "wait": 0.000000, "unit": "%" }, "Blitter/0": { "busy": 0.000000, "sema": 0.000000, "wait": 0.000000, "unit": "%" }, "Video/0": { "busy": 0.000000, "sema": 0.000000, "wait": 0.000000, "unit": "%" }, "VideoEnhance/0": { "busy": 0.000000, "sema": 0.000000, "wait": 0.000000, "unit": "%" } } }, { "period": { "duration": 250.287765, "unit": "ms" }, "frequency": { "requested": 351.595293, "actual": 347.599892, "unit": "MHz" }, "interrupts": { "count": 0.000000, "unit": "irq/s" }, "rc6": { "value": 100.000000, "unit": "%" }, "power": { "value": 0.000000, "unit": "W" }, "imc-bandwidth": { "reads": 2198.192893, "writes": 534.106159, "unit": "MiB/s" }, "engines": { "Render/3D/0": { "busy": 0.000000, "sema": 0.000000, "wait": 0.000000, "unit": "%" }, "Blitter/0": { "busy": 0.000000, "sema": 0.000000, "wait": 0.000000, "unit": "%" }, "Video/0": { "busy": 0.000000, "sema": 0.000000, "wait": 0.000000, "unit": "%" }, "VideoEnhance/0": { "busy": 0.000000, "sema": 0.000000, "wait": 0.000000, "unit": "%" } }
  12. I have a 2288g xeon, the plug-in installed, everything works, shows the load. Do I need to introduce this team?