You can use systemd to run cells as a service, it brings features such as automatic restart of your instance after failure or server reboot.
Note: this configuration assumes that you have done a vanilla setup following our installation...
In this tutorial, we shortly present a basic setup to use an Apache webserver as reverse proxy in front of a Pydio Cells installation.
Cells Sync will not be able to work with apache2, apache is currently not completly supporting gRPC....
You can use supervisor to run your pydio cells instance as a service, supervisor will provide for instance a way to auto restart your cells when you restart your server or when there is a failure and so on.Requirements
You only need to...
This tutorial quickly introduce how to set up and run Prometheus and Grafana to gather and display metrics for your Pydio Cells instance.
Please note that it is an Enterprise Distribution only feature.Enabling metrics
In this tutorial, we explain how you can configure a reverse proxy for your Cells Docker container and what settings are the most important to change.Run your Cells docker container behind a Traefik reverse-proxy using SSL
References:https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/elasticsearch/reference/current/install-... https://www.elastic.co/guide/en/beats/filebeat/current/keystore.html Docker Way
The docker method is the easiest, you do not need to install java...
Specific Cells parameters
During your Pydio Cells installation (actually at the beginning) you will be prompted for 2 important parameters:
Internal Url: is the url used to bind your cells to the server.
External Url: is the url...
In this tutorial, we explain how you can configure a reverse proxy for your Cells Docker container and what settings are the most important to change.Run your Cells docker Container behind an Apache reverse Proxy using SSL
In this tutorial, we explain how to use a Caddy webserver as reverse proxy in front of a Pydio Cells installation.
Caddy is a lightweight webserver coded in Go language. It is embedded in...