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    myomyinthan
    @myomyinthan
    Hi
    Ruslan Konviser
    @evereq
    Hello :)
    How can we help you?
    Bo Vargas
    @vargasbo
    I'm on the latest tag 0.13.3 and getting an error. Unable to connect to the database. Retrying (9)... which leads to ->EACCES: permission denied, open '/srv/gauzy/ormlogs.log' when doing the following cmd: docker-compose -f docker-compose.demo.yml up
    Ruslan Konviser
    @evereq
    Hi @Bo Vargas thanks for reporting, probably there is some issue with prebuild docker images... If you can build locally with docker-compose up that should work I think (though will take more time). We will try to push fixed docker images soon
    Bo Vargas
    @vargasbo
    Yes. Was able to get the build to work if I did this manually.
    Ruslan Konviser
    @evereq
    Great!
    Daniel Vianna
    @dvianna_gitlab
    Hi Ruslan
    Hi @dvianna_gitlab we have separate place for Gauzy here: https://gitter.im/ever-co/gauzy
    However, few things:
    • did you wait some time? Because it initializes DB on first start and might take a while, depending on your PC CPU. Normally, should take like 30 sec or less
    • did you setup app with all default settings? I.e. SQLite etc?
    • can you check content of log file? If you on Windows, it's usually in C:\Users\YOUR_USER_NAME\AppData\Roaming\gauzy\logs\main.log
    I just wanted to check the demo without installing things, to see if the application is good for us
    PO here with some dev knowledge
    Ruslan Konviser
    @evereq
    Hi @dvianna_gitlab , did you install Desktop App from https://github.com/ever-co/gauzy/releases/tag/v0.1.0 (e.g. Gauzy-0.1.0.exe file)?
    If yes, did you just follow setup Wizard and not change anything?
    Normally, after you follow all steps, you need to wait 15-30 sec till login page show up
    We have more info about Desktop App here: https://github.com/ever-co/gauzy/wiki/Gauzy-Desktop-App
    It will be also great if you can send us (or me in PM) use cases for which you want to evaluate Gauzy, which is very valuable for our project and we want to hear from you about it. At the moment we try to finalize Gauzy features around Employees Time Management / Monitoring (and so we have Desktop App which allows not only to run Gauzy for single user, but also to actually run Desktop agent which capable to monitor employee activities, including screenshots). Let us know!
    P.S. all data will be on your PC, we do not submit data from Desktop App to our servers, i.e. it's totally standalone app which can be connected to your own server running Gauzy or in the future to our SaaS offering
    slpatech
    @slpatech
    I tried to install Gauzy via ssh and there was an interruption in the connection. I will try again soon. The install may not have been working right in the first place. Meanwhile, 30 some-odd Gig of disk space has disappeared and I would like to clean this up before starting the install again - the HD is not big. I am sysgenning a new server with lots of disk space. How do I clean up the disk space or clean up the failed install?? Cheers!!
    Ruslan Konviser
    @evereq
    @slpatech what app from Gauzy you tried to install and how? Because I am not sure from your question... Is it Gauzy API or Gauzy Desktop App or what?
    Or do you mean Gauzy Server? Gauzy Server currently requires desktop services to be running on your server I think... I.e. you can't install it via SSH
    You can only login to your desktop and run installer, because it contains Wizard
    (built with Electron)
    What OS you are using? Depending on it, path for temporary files will be different
    slpatech
    @slpatech
    Thanks for your reply! Of course I could have provided the proper info to start... (Duh. - Right?) I downloaded Gauzy Platform from https://github.com/ever-co/ever-gauzy and tried to install on a Lunix 20.04 server. There is no graphical interface for this server.
    slpatech
    @slpatech
    Sorry. Ubuntu 20.04. I am very tired today for some reason.
    Ruslan Konviser
    @evereq
    You mean you cloned repo or what? If you cloned repo and run yarn install, it should just install npm packages in node_modules folder inside of the folder to which you cloned repo
    As for Gauzy Server setup, we have app which can be run from Desktop and it will install all, it's in https://github.com/ever-co/ever-gauzy/releases/tag/v0.82.54
    (You can read more about installation of Gauzy in README in the repo, we have detailed few most frequently used cases of installation)
    slpatech
    @slpatech
    Actually, I downloaded the zip file, unzipped it, ftp'd it to the server, and then followed the instructions. I guess I goofed?? I am a semi-retired systems internals engineer - now 20 years - so I am not shy about taking on tasks, however, there is a lot of new technology and things I have forgotten. I have been a landlord for well over a decade.
    I downloaded the zip file from the git page.
    slpatech
    @slpatech
    I do see two docker volumes: ever-gauzy-develop_certificates and ever-gauzy-develop_postgres_data. I did try rm to remove them, but that did not work. I am not sure what to do at this point. I am not familiar with docker of docker-compose. Cheers!!
    slpatech
    @slpatech
    Actually, I used docker-composer rm originally - that did not work. I did get rid of the volumes with docker volume rm - the volumes are gone, however the disk space has not changed. I am ssh'd in and perusing the disk looking for clues. Since this is the only thing I have ever done with docker-compose, is there a way to cleanup docker/docker-compose whatever to reset things back to nothing??
    slpatech
    @slpatech
    Ok. I found the files. All 34gig. I found them in /var/lib/docker/overlay2.
    Benjamin
    @devbaze

    Actually, I downloaded the zip file, unzipped it, ftp'd it to the server, and then followed the instructions. I guess I goofed?? I am a semi-retired systems internals engineer - now 20 years - so I am not shy about taking on tasks, however, there is a lot of new technology and things I have forgotten. I have been a landlord for well over a decade.

    you make my day :D