Solved I can not find the App Cloudron installed at my domain
Logged in to my.owndomain.com Cloudron dashboard I see this referring to my linodes.com volume which I set up to install Cloudron so that Cloudron would install Metabase app from the Cloudron store --
/dev/sda mounted at / 21.66 GB used of 156.92 GB
This disk contains:
Docker images 4.05 GB Platform data 902.89 MB Backup data 329.32 MB (myxxxxx.com) 73.46 MB Email data 256 kB Box data 196 kB Everything else (Ubuntu, Swap, etc) 8.34 GB
However, when I use terminal to this volume I cannot find Metabase or Clloudron's folder or Docker images at /dev/sda or in any other directory.
I've drilled into one directory and sub-directory after the next and don't find anything relating to Cloudron except a file at /usr/local/cloudron-syslog/bin
which did not contain useful paths.
Where should I look in my linodes volume so that I can find the Metabase Docker app I used Cloudron to install? I assume there I will also find the H2 database file.
By default the actual app storage is at
/home/yellowtent/appsdata/<appid>however you can also access those using the browser based filemanager or terminal into the app from the app's configure view in your Cloudron dashboard.
Generally it is better to not use the host system directly via SSH, unless really necessary, as this makes it easier to accidentally break things.
@nebulon Awesome! Muchas Gracias!