SOLVED "subdomain 'selfhost.cloud' is in use"
jdaviescoates last edited by girish
I just tried to install an app at selfhost.cloud and got this error:
subdomain 'selfhost.cloud' is in use
But, it isn't. It was. I had an install of WordPress (Managed) there, but I wanted to move it over to WordPress (Unmanaged).
I installed the All in One Migration plugin on the Managed WordPress, exported and backup up.
I then backed up the app in Cloudron. Then deleted it.
Then went to install WordPress (Unmanaged) at selfhost.cloud but got that message.
Ah, I think this may have just been because Cloudron was busy updating itself. Once that had completed it worked... but now I need to work out how to increase the maximum upload size so I can import my export...
Mmm, looks like it's in use by some app. Could it be a redirect of another app? That error message needs to be improved for sure.
You can run this command on SSH to find out which app is using it:
mysql -uroot -ppassword -e "SELECT * FROM box.subdomains WHERE domain='selfhost.cloud' and subdomain=''"
That will give you the app id.
@girish I think was just that Cloudron was in the middle of updating to 5.6.3.
but now I need to work out how to increase the maximum upload size
Most of the PHP apps have now been updated to have a /app/data/php.ini where you place custom config. I guess you need to put the PHP upload size there?
but now I need to work out how to increase the maximum upload size so I can import my export...
Found how to do that here:
Although I think that ought to be updated to mention that you can now also use the File Manager
use the File Manager
Which is exactly what I did
Actually the first time I used to nice new File Manager