I've run into an interesting issue here that I'm wondering if there may be value in troubleshooting. We have a Cloudron server that we used for Baserow. It's not a critical device, but I suspect it might have a few databases on it that I'd like to get access to. We did not have Cloudron setup to backup, but we did have a full image snapshot image that ran nightly on it (3rd party). Cloudron is running on a KVM VPS and this morning it was suspended due to non-payment (100% my error, forgot to update them with my new credit card). NBD, paid it and the server came back online. However, Cloudron was not starting properly and it appears to be MySQL related. So I set out to the MySQL recovery, but even with innodb_force_recovery = 4 it will not start (Performance schema tables initialization failed).
So I decided to restore to a local VM so I could at least get into Cloudron and see if the databases actually have data I care about (it's Baserow and we moved away to Nocodb, so I suspect it doesn't). The backup is from about 4 hours before the server was suspended, but I'm having the same issue. Now, this could make sense because it is a snapshot of a running system, I'm guessing the "damage" would be similar. Anyone interested in working through this? We can do a lot of messing around on the restored VM and then attempt a final run on the production. Let me know, thanks!