SOLVED my.domain.tld tries to pull cert from another-domain-on-this-cloudron.com
M-arcus last edited by M-arcus
I rebooted the server and after that I couldn't connect to it anymore.
aaa.domain.tld, bbb.domain.tld and my.domain.tld don't work
How can i fix this?
If i disable web-security in chrome, it redirects me from my.domain.tld to another-domain-on-this-cloudron.com.
cloudron-supportand check if there are any obvious errors. Also if your disk is not full, try to run
/home/yellowtent/box/setup/start.shand see if that fixed the issue. Otherwise you may have to contact us at the support email or chat so we can try to help you out directly.
Is it safe to run
sudo apt autoremoveon cloudron servers?
Yes it is
This disk space was full. I fixed it thanks to @nebulon instructions.
I'm curious about how this happened. the backup folder is very big despite only 4 avaiable backups per app
Depending on the backup file type, even 4 can accumulate quickly if tar.gz backend is used as it cannot to incremental backups. Otherwise please also check if maybe there are some outdated stale backups from long time ago, which for some reason weren't cleaned up.
I found a few from 2017, deleted them with
rm -rf 2017-*inside the backups folder.
We are working on fixing this disk space issue which occurs so often.