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Might be old news to mastodon admins, but you can limit the ever growing cache size with a

`tootctl media remove --days=90`

I was blown away how much disk my server with a handful of users was using before I found that.

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@jduckles How technically difficult is it to run a Mastodon server?

@wendyg if you know Docker it's not THAT difficult. I am paying for a cloud hosting VPS account with a lot of Disk 800GB, RAM 29GB and CPU (6 vcpus) (US $350/year) to make it go. Covering that among a few friends each paying $10/month.

@wendyg There are a lot of concepts though, Docker, SSH, Command Line, Firewalls, Ports, Git. I think it depends on if you've run a lot of web services of differing kinds, and have moved that know-how into the Docker realm over the past few years. If not, ymmv, as with all things :).

@jduckles Say it in of Samba configuration? (Samba and I fight regularly.)

@wendyg If you're doing SAMBA config from the config file, you'd be able to pull it off. This tutorial (although a few things are differnet now) has the gist of it. peterbabic.dev/blog/running-ma

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This is the monogram.org Mastadon server. monogram.org started in 1999 as a community of likeminded people interested in open discourse about technology, arts, culture, and a better world. The domain monogram.org is inspired by Robert Rauschenberg's Combine Monogram. We got inspired, around 1994, by Monogram through the documentary series "The Shock of the New" where Robert Hughes discusses pop art and its influences on modern culture. The community around monogram.org has continued a sort of Flex Seminar through online forums and other activities over the years.