@LoudLemur Basically what @robi said : this driver (or any driver for that matter) will only contain information on how to communicate with the hardware, not how the hardware is made, and especially not why it's made that way.
@LoudLemur looks like the DNS record was pointing to a Cloudron which didn't have any app installed on that (sub)domain. If a Cloudron server as such just gets deleted, then the DNS records are not automatically cleaned up, since there is nothing running anymore to do that.
What your images show seem to be all the right places to put the new/changed secret. Also note that after changing the two places in the onlyoffice config file, you have to restart the app to pickup those values.
Further your pasted curl error, from which part is that error coming? Nextcloud or is this a manual curl command you are running? For the latter, can you maybe pass -v to get more verbose information?
@LoudLemur AFAIK, you need a new premium license for each server you want to run more than two apps on. The "premium" isn't for the "account" on Cloudron.io, it's for that specific server/vps. I have no idea how to transfer the premium license from one Cloudron to another but I'm sure it's possible. The Cloudron team is working on multi-host but I haven't read anything on how that would work.
Etherpad stores the documents and its data in the mysql database on your VPS. While editing, the clients sync their changes mostly real-time to the server.
I am not fully sure what happens if you are offline and edits cannot be submitted to the server, for some time, then later the client gets online again, while the document already has changed by other clients on the server. Essentially for such more complex conflict resolutions, you have to ask upstream or see what their docs have to say about this.
This point you made about it becoming difficult to use a VPN sometimes is a good one. Increasingly, little by little, "they are coming for our VPNs". There are already complaints about this being discussed on social media. https://teddit.net/r/vpn/top?t=month
Powerful corporations don't want us to exist on the internet anonymously. They are blacklisting commercial VPNs. Ordinary people have started experiencing the problems and are searching for solutions.
Lokinet is one attempt at providing a better solution than TOR (lower latency, no centralized authority). Perhaps that might be an additional string to a CloudronVPN bow.
@ruihildt yeah I guess horizontal scaling is not the correct term for what I meant. I believe, viewing one Cloudron instance (which may consist of multiple servers in the future) for one organization is what we are aiming for. Not the scaling for multi-tenancy of organizations (the scaling more applicable for SaaS offerings)