@marcusquinn I have pretty much all my notifications completely turned off, but yeah, that's a good tip 🙂
It's the pinging and vibrating my wife's does all the time that gets me. I don't understand how it doesn't drive her mad too! But she doesn't understand how I can tolerate so much mess either, so there you are! 😆
@LoudLemur As @scooke mentioned, there is a blog about it, but the basic steps are the same. Difference here is opening the ports on your modem (or firewall) manually. The defaults are gonna be 25, 465, 587, 993, 443, & 80 (basic email and web server functionality) though according to that blog post, only 443 is required
@LoudLemur This is not the right place for testing. Why not set up a test forum on your Cloudron or maybe even https://my.demo.cloudron.io (username/password: cloudron) . I will let this top be in any case.
Of course be careful that you don't confuse Mbps (megabits per second) with MBps (MegaBytes per second).
Your Host might distinguish between Ingress (data you send to the Cloudron) and Egress (data sent from your Cloudron to your audience.)
Here is a tough question: What do companies mean when they say they allot you 1TB of bandwidth? If you only stream once a month, for example, and from beginning to end of your recording is 1GB, could you have a maximum of 1024 viewers for your audience?
Or does it mean you could loop the recording and play it 1024 times to as many people as wanted to see it? Or what?
CSRF token are to prevent request replay attacks. I don't know much about the context here for this app, but if you refresh the page and perform the action again, does it work then or is this somehow related to the app you are trying to add, which reports this?
Thanks. Waiting and refreshing seems to have solved this issue.
On that, I don't have the data or experience to talk.
But 100% sure you can't use wasabi latency, I think smb or better NFS should be a better option, but I'm not an expert.
and Using so much ram for it, im not big fun about it, but I would have to try it before to have a real feedback