Resizing and Upgrade Server
austinsonger last edited by girish
Is there any steps I must do before resizing and upgrading the server that runs cloudron.
marcusquinn last edited by
No steps required as such. Depending on your VPS provider, you might have to manually run
resize2fswhich is explained in the link @marcusquinn posted. For example, DigitalOcean does not require running this but AWS EC2 does when resizing EBS volumes.
marcusquinn last edited by marcusquinn
Note; only up the disk-size if it's a permanent thing as downsizing is a headache. On many VPS providers (inc Hetzner) you can up the CPUs & RAM without touching the disk if you just need temporary horsepower for something.
Also consider if you're just upping for disk-space, it might be cheaper in the long run to do that with additional mounted storage than upping the cores & memory if you don't need them, check /#/system to see what you actually use.
austinsonger last edited by
Well I'm using AWS and I need to upgrade the CPU and RAM. Is there a way of doing that in AWS without having to resize the disk?
I am not an expert on AWS, but aren't AWS instances only CPU+RAM ? I thought the disk does not resize. This is for EC2 instances though. Are you using lightsail by any chance?