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Webserver stacks with different DB

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Hey folks,

I was wondering, since there is an option to select webserver preference when they are required by installed software, is there a way to change database preference? I don't really want to break thins by installing a stack separately then having Nextcloud install break on me!

Cheers!
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Re: Webserver stacks with different DB

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equusgrevyi wrote:Hey folks,

I was wondering, since there is an option to select webserver preference when they are required by installed software, is there a way to change database preference? I don't really want to break thins by installing a stack separately then having Nextcloud install break on me!

Cheers!
Hi,

We do not offer a system yet for DB preference, however:

Ideally, on a fresh image install in DietPi optimized software, you could select LLAP, DietPi will then detect MariaDB is installed and only configure/install for MariaDB, including future software installs (eg: NextCloud)
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Note: SQlite is compatible with either MySQL and MariaDB. MariaDB + MySQL is not compatible.

Ticket for request, we'll take a look :):
https://github.com/Fourdee/DietPi/issues/894
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