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Restore deleted feeds?

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Is it possible to restore deleted feeds somehow?
Got very busy at work and didn't notice a server went down and now a bunch of feeds got deleted.
 

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Thanks. Turned them all back on.

Have 5 new PCs for feeds, in the process of changing out current units which have been running for a few years non stop.

Thanks for everything you do.
 
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5 PCs? Wow! Have you considered migrating these to Raspberry Pis? You could run all 5 Raspberry Pis for less than it costs to keep one PC on 24/7.

In fact, I'm streaming two separate feeds from a single Raspberry Pi, using two USB sound cards. Based on the CPU load I see, I bet with a USB hub a person could probably stream 5 or more feeds from a single Raspberry Pi.
 
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