The doc actually says "The Backup Cleaner checks if entries in the database exist in the storage backend and removes stale entries from the database automatically." I will fix the progress message to match this.
@LoudLemur for what it’s worth, all iMacs pre-retina screens can be used as external monitors hooked up via HDMI. You can even use it as a dumb HDMI monitor while the machine itself is doing something entirely different, like being a file server. Probably even if it’s running Linux. The monitor trick is done in hardware.
@girish not sure about 0 size ever, but I don't think so.
Anyway, after deleting some new .bak files from /app/data/data, Cloudron System Info now reporting a more reasonable 455Mb size for the deployed app.
Will try and keep an eye on it.
May export, uninstall, reinstall, import.
Although I think I did that once before.
Clearing all stats and shrinking database gives a 1.5Mb size.
So it seems that (for now at least) a campaign must have the FROM address as the app mail address. At least the same actual address, but the "friendly name" can be changed. Which is good.
Good points. So, if you let Cloudron manage the email address, then you have to change it from Cloudron Dashboard -> App -> Email -> From address setting. This will fixup the config accordingly. You can also change the setting there to have Cloudron not manage the email at all (if you want to relay using some other provider from inside listmonk).
The name is not configurable but it should be, will fix the package (or the box code).
@timconsidine Yes, as mentioned by @humptydumpty and maybe start with, what tools do I need to have ready, and we should get our feet wet with in some cases, before starting, which are going to be in use during the whole process.
Cloudron CLI of course, what else?
A docker registry?
A GIT server?
A VPS with docker installed?
A Docker desktop version? (as well as the previous?)
How are they connected?
Maybe also an example of how one is (or should be) set up?
@girish yay ! 🍾
Despite the hour I couldn't resist trying it.
I changed the location of the api from minio-api.domain.tld to minioapi.domain.tld (just removed the hyphen) and saved the change.
Renewed certs and logs now show the api domain in there.
Tested with Minio mc CLI and Forklift : they both list buckets and contents.
Will check MountainDuck and others later.
Thanks for your patience and support.
Marking it solved ! 🍾
If you're on Windows and don't have Admin rights (work PC...) as required for Everything: Locate32 (also available in 64bit 😊) is your friend, works standalone, albeit with an index that (automatically) updates from time to time