Migrate your DigitalOcean to Unraid VM with this simple and easy to follow guide. Save hundreds or thousands of dollars a year by running your VPS locally.
#Set a root password, this will be useful to use VNC
Step 1. Shutdown/Restart droplet into Recovery Mode in DO Control Panel, take note of the temporary root password shown in console.
Step 2: Then copy the remote disk image of the DigitalOcean droplet to your local machine
ssh firstname.lastname@example.org.X.X "dd if=/dev/vda" | sudo dd of=88plug.raw bs=64k
Step 3: Convert the .raw file to a compatible .img file for Unraid
qemu-img convert -p -O raw 88plug.raw disk.img
Step 4: Sync Image file to Unraid
rsync -av --progress -e "ssh -T -c aes128-ctr -o Compression=no -x" disk.img email@example.com:/mnt/user/domains/88plug/
Step 5: Create a new VM with the same OS as your DO Droplet.
Bonus round: For other systems use the handy table below
By far the best cpu frequency manager for linux is a gnome extension call cpufreq. If you are not familiar with gnome extensions, they are very easy to manage and install. There is a Firefox plugin required, and once installed you can view your plugins here.
Enable/Disable total cores in use
Granular control over power profiles
Easily set min/max frequency
Starts on boot and can be managed as a gnome plugin