Is there a way to change the value for the total RAM on the computer in PufferPanel without deleting the servers and the node, and then re-adding them? I'm most likely going to get another 8GB for my machine so that I can run both of my servers at once, but I can't figure out how to tell PufferPanel that I will have more RAM.
Just edit the table "nodes" of your pufferpanel database and edit "allocate_memory" coloumn with the new value (not sure if also scales need to be edited)
Where is this database?
@zacharee the mysql one... the one that you write at pufferpanel installation...
I have no idea how to edit that. I've never dealt with MySQL.
- Mysql (ssh tunnel)
- Host/ip: docker ip
- username and pass: your ssh username and pass
On tunnel ssh table you have to download PUTTY.exe
and link to it
- your macchine ip
- ssh port (it must be like port 22)
Press open and accept any warning, do you will see "pufferpanel" at left coloumn, expand it by clicking "+" and then click "nodes" it will open a table, edit right coloumn with the new value.
Hope this will help you.
Is it possible to do this without creating a database and connecting to it, then learning how to use it? Like a text file somewhere in the PufferPanel folder that can be edited?
@zacharee you installed pufferpanel or not? It need a mysql database for work.