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  1. Has the plan for VM snapshots gone away?
  2. I would love a history of Unraid with Tom. I would love to know how it got to where it is today, and where Tom see's it in the future.
  3. There are storage administrator jobs. Years ago I was a Storage Sysadmin that managed PB's of storage on NetApp and various EMC related products (clariion, vmax, datadomain). I also worked with backups, and managed the Unix servers (fun /s). Since then I've moved to a Cloud Engineering focused role. My path was Helpdesk -> SysAdmin -> Cloud Engineering I will tell you that being a storage admin is a very specialized role and IMO it's slowly dying out. The only place you'll find that role is large companies that have on-prem (data center) metal. I decided to move more to the engineering side because I didn't think the storage admin path would play out well in 5-10 years time. From what I've seen of my former co-workers that were on the team, about half have moved on to large companies to manage storage, the others went to more cloud related jobs. Most storage is so easily managed in the various cloud offering that there's almost no point in paying a person to solely manage it. I'm more than happy to expand on anything if you'd like. You can DM me if you want more specific info. I don't like to be too specific on public forums.
  4. Hi, Since Google neutered google photos backup in high quality a few years ago I've been backing everything up using google takeout. I starting thinking about how to automate this process since google lets you have takeout ready at certain intervals. But before I start scripting something up I was wondering if anybody has looked into doing something similar? Or even if they know of a way to backup original quality google photos. Thanks!
  5. My initial thought would be something like mkvinfo or even something like But I'm not sure if you can display all files with either of those
  6. Version 6.10.0 Beta 21 06/27 2021 Is that it?
  7. Haha I love when that happens! Glad it's working now
  8. I have the same service and gateway and have my servers running without any issues. I should add that I'm running the gateway behind pfsense but you should able to use my servers with the BWG without issues.
  9. I did get it working, but, haven't touched it since. Did you set up all that was needed here: ? There were folders that needed to be created initially and pointed to. I can give it another try if I have some extra time this weekend.
  10. I would suggest joining the discord. I'm not even sure if the IRC is still maintained.
  11. Just wanted to say that fixed it for me as well. Thanks
  12. Hi! I'm trying to get the hummingbot container ( working. When I try it without any extra parameters I get the below error. Can anyone more familiar with docker point me in the right direction? Thank so much! Edit: It looks like some additional sets need to be taken before the container can be run: Trying to figure out how to get steps working on unraid. Edit2: I'm thinking if I run the get the config files needed throw them into my app data and point the container to it I can get this working. I'll post an update if I can. Edit3: I believe I have it working. Here is what my settings page looks like Traceback (most recent call last): File "/home/hummingbot/miniconda3/envs/hummingbot/lib/python3.8/asyncio/", line 259, in _add_reader key = self._selector.get_key(fd) File "/home/hummingbot/miniconda3/envs/hummingbot/lib/python3.8/", line 192, in get_key raise KeyError("{!r} is not registered".format(fileobj)) from None KeyError: '0 is not registered' During handling of the above exception, another exception occurred: Traceback (most recent call last): File "bin/", line 144, in <module> main() File "bin/", line 137, in main if not login_prompt(): File "/home/hummingbot/hummingbot/client/ui/", line 86, in login_prompt show_welcome() File "/home/hummingbot/hummingbot/client/ui/", line 20, in show_welcome message_dialog( File "/home/hummingbot/miniconda3/envs/hummingbot/lib/python3.8/site-packages/prompt_toolkit/application/", line 810, in run return loop.run_until_complete(self.run_async(pre_run=pre_run)) File "/home/hummingbot/miniconda3/envs/hummingbot/lib/python3.8/asyncio/", line 616, in run_until_complete return future.result() File "/home/hummingbot/miniconda3/envs/hummingbot/lib/python3.8/site-packages/prompt_toolkit/application/", line 777, in run_async return await _run_async2() File "/home/hummingbot/miniconda3/envs/hummingbot/lib/python3.8/site-packages/prompt_toolkit/application/", line 759, in _run_async2 result = await _run_async() File "/home/hummingbot/miniconda3/envs/hummingbot/lib/python3.8/site-packages/prompt_toolkit/application/", line 682, in _run_async with self.input.attach(read_from_input): File "/home/hummingbot/miniconda3/envs/hummingbot/lib/python3.8/", line 113, in __enter__ return next(self.gen) File "/home/hummingbot/miniconda3/envs/hummingbot/lib/python3.8/site-packages/prompt_toolkit/input/", line 176, in _attached_input loop.add_reader(fd, callback) File "/home/hummingbot/miniconda3/envs/hummingbot/lib/python3.8/asyncio/", line 332, in add_reader return self._add_reader(fd, callback, *args) File "/home/hummingbot/miniconda3/envs/hummingbot/lib/python3.8/asyncio/", line 261, in _add_reader self._selector.register(fd, selectors.EVENT_READ, File "/home/hummingbot/miniconda3/envs/hummingbot/lib/python3.8/", line 359, in register self._selector.register(key.fd, poller_events) PermissionError: [Errno 1] Operation not permitted
  13. Upgrade went without a hitch. I did find a weird bug. When trying to start all my docker containers using the Start All button less than half actually started. Hitting it again did nothing. I had to start them one by one.