I am quite new here and I hope that you can help me…
I have NextCloudPi installed on a Raspberry 3B+ with an external USB-SSD and it works fine.
Today I got my new Raspberry 4 (4GB).
Now I wonder if it works if I only remove the SD-card (and the SSD) from the 3B and plug it into the new Raspi4, connect it to the power and everything is like before…?
(Of course I would change the internal IP - so that the new RPi4 uses the one which was used from the 3B before)
THANK YOU very much!
I would say no. Because they new pi may name the drives differently and you may have some driver problems. I would do it fresh and migrate everything over. Just make sure you have a back up If you want to try it
Okay, that makes sense…
So I will have to make a new installation of CloudMaticPi, make a backup from the Pi3, restore it on the Pi4 and then…
…just plug the SSD into the Pi4?
I dont want the Pi4 to format it because there are lots of files on it…
Yea so just redeploy nextcloud on the pi4 add the drive. Just make sure you have a backup of that drive. It shouldn’t format the drive because your pi3 would have do that when you set that up. But if you have mounted the drive say in /mnt/data/nextcloud and made a entry in fstab, you will need to create the mount point and add the entry into the fstab file
Oha - okay… - I will try.
I am not used to use Linux - I have to use plug&play things.
I hope that all works as I want to…
But one more question.
I have installed a certificate (letsencrypt) on the Pi3. This is only for one domain. I know that one certificate can be used for multiple domains - do you know how to install a multiple-domain cert to NextCloud? (Background: I want to add my private IP 192.168.xxx to the cert - now it is only for the DDNS-domain.)
Something like this: click
But I guess this has to be done via ssh / shell?!
Afaik, Let’s Encrypt doesn’t support certificates with ip addresses. Better is to set-up your local DNS to resolve your official FQDN
Whatever you mean with this?!
Set-up your network in that way that you can access your local Nextcloud instance using the official FQDN of your server, which you’ve used to create the LE certificate, instead of using an ip address.