Ya, that's much simpler. You could add a pull request to the community repo, it should also fix the watchtower app list generation during new installs too since that uses the same scripts to generate it's initial list.
DigitalOcean 2 vcpu/2gb RAM
## System Information
OS Name : Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS (64 bit)
Kernel : Dedicated / 5.1.16-050116-generic
Hostname : Host2
CPU Model : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2650 v4 @ 2.20GHz
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It might be possible with the latest release of both Traefik and the forward-auth project.
Documentation of rules: https://github.com/thomseddon/traefik-forward-auth#configuration
Some discussion on the feature: https://github.com/thomseddon/traefik-forward-auth/pull/26
If all else fails you...
You can use my forks to get this working right now, you'll have to navigate a few menus to make it work though.
Then continue through PGShield as you normally would.
What this is doing:
This is a bug with the way pgshield.sh is generating the app list:
The _appgen.sh script overwrites the file used to store app names and since the community version of appgen runs second those are...
Find the .YML file for the app you want to change and modify the "pgrole" attribute in the name section. You should find it in the first 20 lines on any YML file.
Redeploy and choose the personal fork option, follow the on-screen...
It would be on-demand. rclone mounts the gdrive storage similar to NFS or CIFS/UNC, that is similar to connecting an external hard drive but instead of USB it's just over the internet. The storage will look and act like it's directly mounted to the server, though because it's over IP the latency...
rclone is usable without the FUSE kernel module. I have been using feral as a seedbox and pushing to an encrypted gdrive/team drive for a while now on Feralhosting.
4k transcoding on feral is hit or miss depending on your neighbors, but 1080p trans and direct play are pretty good.