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  1. By zooming out as far as the map would go so that the top caret was visible Then carefully mousing from the top until the mouse cursor changed to the move panel shape (looks like a + with arrows on each end. Then click once so the dropdown menu shows, then hit the e button on the keyboard.
  2. Check out https://grafana.com/grafana/plugins/grafana-worldmap-panel At the very bottom is a section that talks about changing the default center. edit. You can change it by editing the panel. It was difficult to get the edit button to work, the hand wouldnt line up for me very well. And then scroll to the bottom of the right hand side panel configuration. There will be a section where you put in the center.
  3. I am also using Sensors. This is how I got them showing up. temps Power fan End Result
  4. Thanks so much for making this. I finally got it all set up and working the way I want it to. Figured out how to compensate for the non-server hardware without the api. A couple of issues I ran into along the way. Using the telegraf:latest, there were no instructions on adding lm_sensors. the apk add command doesnt work for it. But adding apt-get -y install lm-sensors did seem to work. Also, after setting up varken and the plex monitoring stuff, I noticed that two of the panel types were not included with grafana by default, so they showed an error. It was the pie
  5. Apparently I missed the note that backups were now automated. woke up this morning with the cache drive full. All fixed now though.
  6. I own foundry. How do I install the files for this docker? EDIT* Nevermind. it was as simple as downloading the linux version of the files, and copying them over to the appdata FoundryVTT\fvtt\ folder and restarting the docker. all running now. Thank you.
  7. I have the draw.io docker running. And when I attempt to open an image from google drive, I am asked to authorize the app. When I do, I get the following error.
  8. Try the cAdvisor docker. It will give you lots of info about the dockers and how much cpu, ram, disk they use.
  9. Personal favorite, I added World Community Grid as my second project. They do research in a number of areas you can select from including childhood cancers. You can also bump up the resource share for Rosetta@Home so that whenever they do have tasks, they will get priority. You can do that in the Rosetta@Home website. Click on the Preferences for this project, click the edit button, and change the resource share number. I set my Rosetta@Home share to 2900 and WCG to 100.
  10. If you cant get any Rosetta@Home tasks, I would encourage you to select one of the other BOINC projects to work on as well. While it may not be COVID specifically related, there are many worthy research endeavors you can participate in.
  11. They are burning through the work units as fast as they can generate them. One of the admins over on the Rosetta@Home forums posted this earlier today.
  12. Mine is the same. I have 6 queued up, but usually I have twice that many.
  13. If you notice that your Rosetta@Home BOINC client isnt getting any work units, its because of the MASSIVE number of new users who have joined in, including a bunch of us. They went from around 150,000 GigaFLOPS before the virus, to over 570,000 GigaFLOPS now. If you take a look at the server status, scroll down to the "Tasks by application" section, they have largely run out of tasks to issue. There are currently 1139105 tasks currently in process. https://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta/server_status.php
  14. Out of Memory errors are caused when the docker tries to use more memory than the system has. Usually its because limits were not set within the docker. The best way to prevent those is to determine for your system, how much memory the docker is safe to use and calculate that as a percentage of your total system memory. So if you have a total of 8Gb, and you feel it is safe for the BOINC docker to take up 3GB of that, you calculate 3GB/8GB = 37.5%. In boinc, go to the Options->Computing Preferences, and switch to the "Disk and Memory" tab. set that percentage in the memory