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    KubernetesK

    I think it is working now. Thread can be closed (I tried myself but didn't find the option)

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    j_holtslanderJ

    @girish No, not the image itself, just the link its wrapped in.

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    girishG

    @nottheend said in Help wanted: Mount EFS in EC2:

    My only unfulfilled wish is to exclude the nextcloud data now from the cloudron backup.

    You can disable the backup for the app but that is of course living dangerously 🙂

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    L

    @imc67 Thanks! That solved it. The secret was finding that "Question Summary" button!

  • Discourse cannot be found

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    @BrutalBirdie said in [SOLVED] Discourse cannot be found:

    @LoudLemur
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    And whats about that Nice to meet you too we have written to each other in other topic before 😄

    and thank you also for your efforts as a member of the Cloudron staff

    No worries 👍

    Oh, sorry about that! It is terrible to forget somebody who has helped. I think it was because I always thought there were just two staff at Cloudron. I am certainly glad there are more.

  • Internal backup location ok?

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    girishG

    There is no way to configure the backup path in the app (even in the config file). I think it's a laravel convention to use storage subdirectory as writable.

    In the Cloudron package, /app/code/storage is symlinked to /app/data/storage. So it's all good. Backups will be persistent.