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VictoriaMetrics is a fast, cost-effective and scalable monitoring solution and time series database. TLDR: It is a faster, more lightweight replacement to InfluxDB/TimescaleDB/etc (up to 20x faster data digestion, up to 7-10x less ram usage). Can be used in place of InfluxDB in many apps such as HomeAssistant. Includes a great web UI for query exploration. Git repository: Dockerhub: Website: VictoriaMetrics prominent features: - Long-term storage for Prometheus. - Drop-in replacement for Prometheus and Graphite in Grafana. - Easy setup and operation with a single executable and configuration via command-line flags. - Fast backups with vmbackup/vmrestore tools. - Implements MetricsQL query language. - Global query view for multiple data sources. - High performance and scalability, outperforming InfluxDB and TimescaleDB by up to 20x. - Efficient RAM usage, 10x less than InfluxDB and up to 7x less than others. - Optimized for high-churn time series data. - High data compression, storing up to 70x more data points in limited storage. - Ideal for high-latency IO and low IOPS storage. - Can substitute moderately sized clusters of competing solutions. - Protects data from corruption on unclean shutdown. - Supports various metrics protocols, including Prometheus, InfluxDB, Graphite, OpenTSDB, and more. - Offers stream aggregation, metrics relabeling, and series limiting. - Suitable for diverse data sources like APM, Kubernetes, IoT, financial data, and more. - Open source cluster version. - Compatible with NFS-based storages like Amazon EFS and Google Filestore.

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The open-source, self-hostable to-do app - organize everything, on all platforms. For advanced configuration, see all supported configuration options: (

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Downloads and installs additional custom VM icons to the Unraid VM Manager. After install Container should be set to auto start. Usage Basic settings 1. Choose which custom icons you want to be installed from the drop downs. 2. Choose wether you want to keep the existing stock vm icons (recommended to keep) 3. Set wether all icons are redownloaded when container starts. Setting this as yes will clear all vm icons then redownload all choosen icons from github repo. Setting to yes will on every start download any new icons in selected sections. (This is also useful if you deceide you no longer want a choosen section of icons anymore) If your server has a beep speaker you can enable a tune to be played each time icons are synced! Advanced settings (under show more settings) 1. You can set how long the container should wait before exiting after syncing icons (default 30 seconds) Other options dont change

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vnStat is a network traffic monitor that uses the network interface statistics provided by the kernel as information source. This means that vnStat won't actually be sniffing any traffic and also ensures light use of system resources regardless of network traffic rate. By default, traffic statistics are stored on a five minute level for the last 48 hours, on a hourly level for the last 4 days, on a daily level for the last 2 full months and on a yearly level forever. The data retention durations are fully user configurable. Total seen traffic and a top days listing is also provided. See the official webpage or the GitHub repository for additional details and output examples. An example of the included image output is also available.

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The official Visual Studio Code Server, dockerized! Visual Studio Code Server can be installed everywhere and easily used through a browser. No desktop application required. All extensions supported. Note: usage through a "" URL is behind a private preview invite and a limited by a known issue (see container README), so this container will only work with "local" mode for now, which still gives you a fully functioning VS Code instance. Learn more on the official documentation:

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Bring back the feel of the 90's with a weather forecast that has the look and feel of The Weather Channel at that time but available in a modern way

Very simple web toolbox to combine, compress, split PDF, and convert between images and PDF, change contrast of PDF, and add text watermark on PDF using Ghostscript and ImageMagick. ⚠️ WARNING: This toolbox is not secure and should not be exposed publicly. If exposed, someone might be able to access recently uploaded documents. Please, only use this toolbox behind an authentification portal or on a LAN (and access it via VPN if needed).

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Web-Portal is a web app written in Python using Quart, that aims to provide an easy and fast way to manage the links to all of your web services. This project is Copyright (c) 2022 Leo Spratt. License AGPL-3

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webhook is a lightweight configurable tool written in Go, that allows you to easily create HTTP endpoints (hooks) on your server, which you can use to execute configured commands. You can also pass data from the HTTP request (such as headers, payload or query variables) to your commands. webhook also allows you to specify rules which have to be satisfied in order for the hook to be triggered.

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Webtop( - Alpine, Ubuntu, Fedora, and Arch based containers containing full desktop environments in officially supported flavors accessible via any modern web browser.

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What's up Docker? (aka WUD) WEBUI Included Gets you notified when new versions of your Docker containers are available and lets you react the way you want. Depending what you want to do you might have to add your own variables. By default I have included MQTT. Good Integration With Home-Assistant Prometheus Grafana Many Supported Triggers Send notifications using Smtp, Apprise, IFTTT, Slack, Pushover... Automatically update your docker containers or your docker-compose stack. Integrate with third-party systems using Kafka, Mqtt, Http Webhooks... Many supported registries Azure Container Registry AWS Elastic Container Registry Google Container Registry Github Container Registry Docker Hub (public & private repositories)

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Whisper is a general-purpose speech recognition model. It is trained on a large dataset of diverse audio and is also a multi-task model that can perform multilingual speech recognition as well as speech translation and language identification. For more details: Use ASR_MODEL to specify which model to run. Available models are tiny, base, small, medium, large, large-v1 and large-v2. Please note that large and large-v2 are the same model. For English-only applications, the .en models tend to perform better, especially for the tiny.en and base.en models. We observed that the difference becomes less significant for the small.en and medium.en models. The ASR model is downloaded each time you start the container, using the large model this can take some time. If you want to decrease the time it takes to start your container by skipping the download, you can provide a persistent storage path. Next time you start your container the ASR Model will be loaded from there instead of being downloaded again. For GPU support, add '--gpus all' to 'Extra Parameters'.

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This container will install a fully updated Windows 98SE virtual machine (VM) into the VMs tab of your server. The container variables that you select will apply to the VM, and for most users, the default settings are sufficient and do not require modification. However, if you need to change the locations within the container, here is a brief explanation of what each location does. The "VM Share on Server" setting should be configured to reflect the location of your VM share. By default, the VM share on Unraid is located at /mnt/user/domains. The "Name to call VM" setting is straightforward. It allows you to choose a custom name for your vm. The default name is "Windows 98" but you have the option to change it to any desired name. Windows 98 type WIN98-KernelEX This allows Win98 to run some Win2000 and XP software WIN98-Normal Normal vanilla install After configuring the container variables as described above, the container will take care of the rest. It will create an XML file for the Win 98 virtual machine based on your selections and install the VM directly onto the server. Once the container has been run, you can go to the VMs tab and locate the installed VM. It is important to note that the container does not need to be kept running after installation. It is simply a tool for installation purposes and does not have a web user interface (UI). To monitor the container's progress, you can view the container log. ** This container cant translate the location of an unassigned disk across to the vm template. So all locations choosen must be on the array or pool device.

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Wireshark( is the world’s foremost and widely-used network protocol analyzer. It lets you see what’s happening on your network at a microscopic level and is the de facto (and often de jure) standard across many commercial and non-profit enterprises, government agencies, and educational institutions. Wireshark development thrives thanks to the volunteer contributions of networking experts around the globe and is the continuation of a project started by Gerald Combs in 1998.

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Full node of the Witnet Oracle. The decentralized oracle that is true to the censorship resistant nature of blockchains. Without a reliable oracle, smart contracts can be vulnerable to hacks, corruption and monetary loss. Witnet leverages state-of-the-art cryptographic and economic techniques to provide your smart contracts with secure data input. Without a reliable oracle, smart contracts can be vulnerable to hacks, corruption and monetary loss. To let other nodes in the network find your node, ensure port 21337 is forwarded from your router to the P2P port set below. The node is open-source, in case you want to verify the code, just go to the repository: For further reading, head youself to the docs, qhere you will find information for newbies, developes, node operators and a developers reference to help to integrate it in your project:

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A workout tracking web application for personal use (or family, friends), geared towards running and other GPX-based activities Default username: admin Default password: admin <- Change this!!

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A website-based platform and API for collecting Plex user stats within a set timeframe using Tautulli. The data is displayed as a stat-summary, sort of like Spotify Wrapped. Yes, you need Tautulli to have been running beforehand and currently for this to work.

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For windscribe VPN user this tool allows you to automate the opening ephemeral port. For example P2P application behind VPN requires UDP port open, while using VPN, ephemeral port is great option but it comes with 7 days expiry.This tool allows you to automate that part.

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Xbackbone( is a simple, self-hosted, lightweight PHP file manager that support the instant sharing tool ShareX and *NIX systems. It supports uploading and displaying images, GIF, video, code, formatted text, and file downloading and uploading. Also have a web UI with multi user management, past uploads history and search support.

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xteve, guide2go, owi2plex in one docker with cron access xteve webui ip:34400/web/ after docker start check your config folder and do your setups, setup is persistent, start from scratch by delete them cron and xteve start options are updated on docker restart. setup guide2go SD subscrition as follows or copy your existing .yaml files into your mounted /guide2go folder docker exec -it "dockername" guide2go -configure /guide2go/"your_epg_name".yaml to test the cronjob functions docker exec -it "dockername" ./config/ included functions are (all can be individual turned on / off) xteve - iptv and epg proxy server for plex, emby, etc ... thanks to @marmei guide2go - xmltv epg grabber for schedules direct, thanks to @marmei owi2plex - xmltv epg grabber for enigma receivers using open web, thanks to @cvarelaruiz some small script lines cause i personally use tvheadend and get playlist for xteve and cp xml data to tvheadend

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XWiki is a free wiki software platform written in Java with a design emphasis on extensibility. XWiki is an enterprise wiki. It includes WYSIWYG editing, OpenDocument based document import/export, semantic annotations and tagging, and advanced permissions management.

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A web interface for managing docker containers with an emphasis on templating to provide one-click deployments of dockerized applications. Think of it as a decentralized app store for servers that anyone can make packages for. The default login is "[email protected]" and "pass". You should change this immediately by clicking on admin in the top right and then "User" then select "Change Password" in the top menu. You can also change your username using this field. If you need to reset your password/username to the included defaults, please delete your yacht volume and create a new one (you will lose all of your configurations so be sure to backup when you make changes). All credits to the developers. This is only a template for the community.

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YaCy decentralized search engine ( user/passwordUser: adminPassword: yacy Set an admin account immediately after the first start-up. Open: http://ServerIP:8090/ConfigAccounts_p.html