Over just 14 days our physical disk usage has increased from 52% to 59%. That's approximately 1.75 GB of disk space being gobbled up for unknown reasons.
At that rate, we'd be out of physical server space in 2 -3 months. Of course, one solution would be to double our server disk size which would double our monthly operating cost.
The 'pictrs' folder named '001' is 132MB and the one named '002' is 2.2GB. At first glance this doesn't look like it's an image problem.
So, we are stumped and don't know what to do.
My two sons will be getting a Windows gaming PC for their upcoming Christmas gift.
However, one of my sons has expressed their desire to use [Unity](https://unity.com/).
I've been looking at this [MSI Cubi](https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E16883152977) for their gaming desires.
However, when I looked at the [free/personal download specs for Unity](https://unity.com/download), I noticed that Windows 11 is not supported.
Maybe I'm going about all of this the wrong way? I just want a Windows machine that would handle most of the popular games out there that would support the use of Unity.
Please, help us solve this problem.
I, recently, started running a Lemmy [instance](https://beehaw.org/). I am, also, new to Linux servers.
At the advisement of some tech acquaintances, I've installed [UnnattendedUpgrades](https://wiki.debian.org/UnattendedUpgrades) and [Fail2ban](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fail2ban).
What would you recommend?
It's my, general, understanding that **most** people connect to the Internet through mobile apps.
If this is the case, then why have apps such as [Remmel](https://github.com/uuttff8/Remmel), [Lemmur](https://github.com/LemmurOrg/lemmur) and [jerboa](https://github.com/dessalines/jerboa) taken a back seat?
IMHO, it would be a mistake to market Lemmy without these mobile apps functioning properly.
I have forked the three aforementioned mobile apps [here](https://github.com/beehaw-org) and will try to 'drum up' support from developers wherever I can find them.
Please, if you don't feel comfortable talking to me about this here, then send me a private message. Thank you.
Our instance has unchecked 'Enable Downvotes' which we believed would prevent downvoting.
As you can see, this is not the case. Is this setting federated? If not, why?
When I say 'seem to be' I mean 95% of the time when I check beehaw.org for the 504, I then check lemmy.ml and it is 504 as well. Other users of beehaw.org are reporting the same behavior as well.
We just launched our instance at https://beehaw.org not too long ago.
However, a good number of people have been asking questions like this for the past several days on our Discord server.
P.S. - I will have a big surprise (hopefully...if all goes well) for the Lemmy community in March.
I have a, fairly, new instance up with several people examining the moderation tools.
Someone noticed that the 'remove' option at both the post level and the comment level could be improved upon and I agree with them.
Our conclusion is that these would be more user-friendly/intuitive if they were 'remove post' and 'remove comment' respectively.
My site certificate **only** supports non-www addresses. So, when we try to access an image uploaded to the site we are getting a bad certificate warning because there is a 'www' in the address. Is there a solution for this?