@onlybro thanks for the heads up on this. I think I understand the reason for that recommendation. But to understand this in the Cloudron context, once the box process starts up, we create a mysql connection pool. This is never destroyed and as long as the box process is up and running, the name resolving is only done during startup once. So I think we are good as is on this one.
I would actually be more curious about the memory settings you mentioned, that is probably more worthwhile understanding.
Not really except for adding the media types this was the same even before adding media types and changed the app name on env that’s it nothing much filters don’t work but I’ll try the filters on incognito mode and update
@taltal13 Unless you build a custom package from source (https://git.cloudron.io/cloudron/pixelfed-app), it's not possible to change the source code. This is because whatever change you make will get wiped out in the next update. It's best to request the upstream project to support this (and if possible, maybe give them a patch). This way Cloudron package will automatically get this feature in the next release.
Rebuilding my CR now to get started. Really the instructions were perfect. The only additional thing I had to do was configure the crontab but that took like half a second. It will be interesting to see how to generate .env automatically, but I'm thinking about on 'first run,' I just stream it out with echo's or something.