This article relates to the On-Premises installation of COYO.
In Docker, important or large amounts of data are not saved in the containers themselves so that the containers are available quickly and remain replaceable. Instead, a volume is created on the host.
In COYO, the data path for this data is defined in the .env (environment).
As the file has a dot in front of the name, it’s invisible.
The file contains an entry for the file path:
When using COYO, the following folders are created in this:
backend backup db es es-logs mongo rabbitmq redis
These contain all the important information that you have created in your COYO so far, consisting of log files, backups, databases and indexes.
|`-- logs||Backend log file|
||-- database||PostgreSQL database backup (full backup, older files can be deleted)|
||-- filestore||MongoDB database backup (incremental, do not delete!)|
|`-- logs||Backup log files|
|db||Active PostgreSQL database|
|`-- [...]||Active PostgreSQL database|
|es||Elasticsearch search engine|
||-- diagnostic.data||Metrics on the status of the database|
||-- config||Configuration files|
|`-- schema||Schema configuration|
|redis||single-file Backup for Redis|