Solved Using cloudron-machine
I'm trying to manually upgrade a Cloudron instance using
cloudron-machine. I clone the
boxrepo and run
cloudron-machine provisionwith all flags correctly supplied. Yet I only get the command's help in return. What am I missing?
I don't think the provision subcommand is what you are looking for. I added that to more easily hack on the arm support.
You probably want to use the
hotfixcommand, however that is also really only for internal development and not tested for environments outside of our dev machines
Generally you have to create a folder and then clone the
dashboardrepo into that.
Then you run
cloudron-machine hotfixfrom within the
But BIG disclaimer it may break your Cloudron, so never run this against an actually used server!
@nebulon Thanks for this insight. So there's no real path to upgrading Cloudron instances manually?
@yusf There's a button in the Settings UI to trigger a manual update
@mehdi Only if you're on a paid plan.
Hm that seems wrong on the free tier updates should be delivered the same way. Can you not trigger a manual check for updates and then the button to update is enabled?
As @nebulon said, Cloudron platform updates are free on all tiers. Very long time ago, it used to be only in paid plans but we decided it's not worth it because of security risk in not updating them.
Maybe you are on 6.1.2 already as that is the latest version?
I was totally in the wrong here. I just looked at the wrong section it turned out Sorry for taking up your time.