I “solved” my problem by changing folder permissions. But I am unsure why this was required in the first place, and I am wondering if I did the appropriate thing.
For reference, here is my docker compose stack in Portainer:
Just deploying that container allowed baserow to run, but gave me errors when trying to access the disk (exporting CSV file, adding any files to
File fields, etc).
I solved the problem by navigating to the /baserow/data folder and running
chmod 777 *
Here is a screenshot of before and after I did the
chmod. I am hoping someone will be able to tell me what I did wrong when deploying the container such that I needed to change permissions like I did.
I am concerned updating the container will negate or change what I have done, so ideally I’m looking for a solution that would permit me to “start again” by deleting my baserow folder (I have only test data there) and re-installing from Portainer with everything working properly, and no