I’ve been hosting 3 wordpress blogs and a Nextcloud instance on my Digitalocean droplet.
I would like to setup Discourse on this droplet. I do have backups, so I don’t mind if something goes wrong.
I have tried following (Running other websites on the same machine as Discourse) this thread on this forum that dealt with installing Discourse alongside Apache using Nginx and what I did as of now are :
- Disabled Apache2 service temporarily to setup discourse
- Copied discourse files to /var/discourse and run discourse-setup
- Installed Nginx and created a discourse.conf file at /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/discourse.conf
- When I ran this command
/var/discourse/launcher stop app || true, I’m getting the following error:
root@aavoblog:/var/discourse# /var/discourse/launcher stop app || true Your Docker installation is not using a supported storage driver. If we were to proceed you may have a broken install. aufs is the recommended storage driver, although zfs and overlay2 may work as well. Other storage drivers are known to be problematic. You can tell what filesystem you are using by running "docker info" and looking at the 'Storage Driver' line. If you wish to continue anyway using your existing unsupported storage driver, read the source code of launcher and figure out how to bypass this check.
I’ve searched for a solution, but I failed to fix. Can somebody help me solving this issue?