Only one #TrueNAS Core machine left. I will convert that to TrueNAS Scale tomorrow evening hopefully.
I know Scale isn't "production ready", but meh. :)
I know it might be a bit silly and petty, but I get very frustrated when people who obviously know less about a specific topic, try to help with a question you have on reddit/stackoverflow/forum.
I just got told to use autofs to solve my NFSv4 mounting issues in kubernetes......
And the reason for using autofs? "because you don't need to worry about the NFS version then".... err..... 🤦♂️
End product. Cold brew latte 😋
Filtering out my cold brew #coffee. My wife isn't really a coffee person, but she steals all of my cold brew while I'm at work 😡
Is there any way to change the NFS mount path for a #kubernetes PV?
It says it is immutable, but re-creating all of them will be a very long process :(
It's super slow, but still pretty cool imo!
I couldn't get any of the lighter interfaces working for some reason.
It would be nice if I could basically just use it as a Web browser, nothing else.
Over the weekend, I switched one of my #TrueNAS Core (FreeBSD based) machines to TrueNas Scale (Linux based).
Nothing has changed in terms of performance, but I'm happy that I can quite easily run prometheus node-exporter on it for monitoring as it has docker support. On TrueNAS Core, there wasn't any nice way to install node-exporter.
Does anyone know of a way to disable a switch in #homeassistant? I want to be completely unusable.
I have a few smart sockets I am using purely for power management, and I want to make it so they are always on, and unable to be switched off in any way.
I think I can do it from #esphome, but if possible i'd rather just remove the switch function from HomeAssistant
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