@potemkin_ai agreed, that would make it all super simple to setup, without having to add anything special on cloudron side, perhaps different webhooks for different alerts and then leave to N8N/ntfy node the definition of how it has to be processed.
@pauljacobson ah yes, the fix for haraka is coming. I recently submitted a patch upstream for this which has now been merged - https://github.com/haraka/Haraka/pull/3104 .
@nebulon no, I just a quick way to see how much RAM each app has been allocated without having to click into each app and then to the resources tab.
I don't really know what the calendar-resource Nextcloud plugin does, but it seems after installation, you may have to use the occ tool. This is described at https://docs.cloudron.io/apps/nextcloud/#running-occ-tool
I think there was a task to integrate better with prometheus or grafana but it got lost. Let me check if we want to do this for 7.2
@timconsidine Thanks, that is good to hear. I think it is quite natural when somebody discovers Cloudron to go wild installing things to try them and that takes quite a lot of RAM.
One other benefit of smaller applications is that there are often fewer lines where bad code could hide or where things could go wrong.
Here we go : https://docs.cloudron.io/apps/#low-resource-warning