@girish Thanks for looking at this. Just triggered another backup with all apps active and it succeeded. I guess then it's finally time to move to the new hardware (plus making sure that the new system is using the c locale by default)
I don't have a script but if you want to keep the downtime low, we added this dry run feature last release - https://docs.cloudron.io/backups/#dry-run . This way you don't need to shutdown the old server while things are restoring on the new server. Of course, you have to be careful not to add new data in the old server since it won't be part of the backup but atleast the site will be up.
Right, since you have the access token in this case in a new tab simply in the local storage, the session is refreshed and you see the files. I will fixup the login state/login button to show somethign like "Admin Dashboard" or so.
@marcusquinn generally yes, you could stream a webinar in such a way (have done this in the past with youtube). The thing you have to be aware of is that there is a delay involved (incoming buffer on the platform and then another buffer at the client). So it's not really suited if you want to react on realtime feedback/questions.
Remember to restart Konnect after modifying the registry. If you want to verify that the configuration was properly loaded you have to modify log_level in /app/data/konnectd.cfg to read /app/data/konnectd.cfg. With another restart Konnect will then print a message like the following at startup:
The last update explicitly removed the admin status propagation from Cloudron user accounts to the app. This is done to unify how user accounts get permissions assigned within all apps. The idea is, that the Cloudron admin status is not carried over to apps, since apps have too many different concepts what an admin is and is not.
I guess there is no good way without requiring manual permission changes to move to this new understanding what admin means on Cloudron.