Pi to NUC Part 1: Migrating Hass.IO to a Virtual Machine with Proxmox & Docker

As my Home Assistant setup has become increasingly complex, I’ve started to see the limitations of the Raspberry Pi platform. Graphs are slow, and the history and logbook are basically unusable to me. Everything works, but I’d like to be able to use these things with a lot more data and still have everything be snappy in the frontend. My other home server needs have grown as well, so I decided to get an Intel NUC and migrate all of my current servers to either Docker containers or virtual machines with Proxmox.

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