The cloudron provider, eg. the one passed to
cloudron-setup should not have any influence on the restore as such, as it is not part of the back in the first place. Do you see any errors in the logs (
journalctl -u box) during the cloudron setup once you selected a backup to restore from?
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RE: Partial backup restore?
The cloudron provider, eg. the one passed to
RE: Nextcloud: Empty Trashbin intervals
The setting would be
trashbin_retention_obligationas documented inhttps://docs.nextcloud.com/server/12/admin_manual/configuration_server/config_sample_php_parameters.html#deleted-items-trash-bin
This is unset in the Cloudron app package, so it defaults to auto, which in your case probably does not actually delete files until 100% of the disk space is used. You should be able to adjust the config.php accordingly inside the app, the values should be preserved across restarts.
Disk filled up with kernel update artifacts
Due to the many kernel updates lately for ubuntu, we have encountered a few situations where the Cloudron is down because the root filesystem gets filled up completely. This happens due tohttps://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=814345
The symptoms are the root file system being 100% full as well as /boot partition nearly or entirely full. Check the state with
The steps to fix this situation are the following:
rm -rf /var/tmp/mkinitramfs* dpkg --configure -a apt install apt autoremove
This will cleanup old unused kernel images and initramfs files and ensures the latest kernel will be used. Once the above commands succeed cleanly, simply reboot the server and the Cloudron processes should be started automatically.
RE: Toward a "Domain of One's Own"
if users get their own isolated or possibly shared resources like a board in wekan, depends highly on the app itself and what use-cases it provides. For wordpress, each app instance acts as its own website/blog on which the users, which have access to it can collaborate together. This means that if you want to provide isolated blogs for users, then each user would require its own wordpress app instance installed on the Cloudron on its own subdomain. The own subdomain sounds anyways like the use-case you have in mind here.
This leaves you with the two options, you already laid out there. Either each user gets his own Cloudron installed on a user specific domain, which would allow the user to install any app, entirely isolated from one another, or each user gets a wordpress app instance on a unified Cloudron instance and the access controls are set accordingly.
Those options would also imply that the unified Cloudron would have to be a larger server, with more resources, while one Cloudron per user, would likely work on small server instances. Considering server resource angle, this depends probably on how you can provision your infrastructure, basically if it works better for you to have one (or a few) large servers or a lot of small ones.
Hope this sheds some more light on this topic.
RE: Installing Confluence
Yes the "Logs" button should work, depending on how many log lines were already printed, you may have to click on "Download Full Logs". The output should look something like this from my test installation:
Apr 18 07:09:41 ============================= Database Settings =============================== Apr 18 07:09:41 Driver Class Name: org.postgresql.Driver Apr 18 07:09:41 URL: jdbc:postgresql://postgresql:5432/db4ff8acc69b5343d1aeb81c9cd7a537d0 Apr 18 07:09:41 User Name: user4ff8acc69b5343d1aeb81c9cd7a537d0 Apr 18 07:09:41 Password: kb9D0cYIAS1zYbfk9jdV7ackxiSSOhZT27MBFjeZj6EcDQ5p7rhEQ8mKWWyWiCLmgAw2TxMBW6aP70rIlz1BoartEphrsH9egmanvUkeHIgHUQz5QUrPT0b1XKaUmdZH Apr 18 07:09:41 =============================================================================== Apr 18 07:09:41 =============================== LDAP Settings ================================= Apr 18 07:09:41 Directory Type: LDAP Apr 18 07:09:41 Hostname: 172.18.0.1 Apr 18 07:09:41 Port: 3002 Apr 18 07:09:41 Use SSL: false (leave unchecked) Apr 18 07:09:41 Username: cn=4ff8acc6-9b53-43d1-aeb8-1c9cd7a537d0,ou=apps,dc=cloudron Apr 18 07:09:41 Password: 358ec183db0984374fe855192cb85e907d51031e8e9b02fd9bbfd89966054ee265c298f0b95c4a2cfbdd0ef31bf156d62112bafbb29f5c4582518f9c0405e8c7 Apr 18 07:09:41 Copy User on Login: True Apr 18 07:09:41 Base DN: ou=users,dc=cloudron Apr 18 07:09:41 User Name Attribute: username Apr 18 07:09:41 User Schema Settings Apr 18 07:09:41 User Object Class: user Apr 18 07:09:41 User Object Filter: (objectcategory=person) Apr 18 07:09:41 User Unique ID Attribute: uid Apr 18 07:09:41 =============================================================================== Apr 18 07:09:41 =============================== SMTP Settings ================================= Apr 18 07:09:41 From address: firstname.lastname@example.org Apr 18 07:09:41 Server hostname: mail Apr 18 07:09:41 Server port: 2525 Apr 18 07:09:41 User name: email@example.com Apr 18 07:09:41 Password: nI2Q5pj4IpKBXhcrK2yiqJ9n6kLcS1PZBV6cj6DuwDLxmIDbU1IWO9BXSGJaWyjyLuhaRp5aWDYd5wDM79kOfnW9inCS3Lc_5qRt3qPcogXxKBRTCccgLu7LYZU4fnX9 Apr 18 07:09:41 Use TLS: false (leave unchecked) Apr 18 07:09:41 ===============================================================================
This should give you the correct database and futher configuration values for confluence. If you cannot find those even then, try to reconfigure the app and then redownload the logs.