Ok. We should change / mention that in the documentation, too.
Is Redis only used for runtime data? Or in other words: I don't have to do any backups of the Redis database?
If I try to run multiple processes (ports), I get the error
The documentation says
When you setup NodeBB to use more than one process, it is advisable to configure Redis as well. Each NodeBB process can communicate with the others through Redis pub-sub.
Is Redis advisable or is it required?
@gotwf the database abstraction layer is fairly stable, we haven't had to make many changes to it at all for years. The Postgres implementation is fully supported
It would be nice to have a bit more documentation for the Postgres support. It's only mentioned here and here:
If you follow the other OS install guides you already have installed MongoDB when you reach the config.json page.
It looks to me like the German translation was intented to be informal. That is what most communities would use anyway and what should be the default. So I would consider the formal language in the recent translation a bug.
I also think the translation could be improved. Most parts are very well translated other parts are not so perfect and a few are just wrong.
I'm also not sure, if there is really a need for a formal German translation. It's just a UI. We wouldn't talk to Siri, Google or Alexa in a formal way.
Of course there is nothing wrong to have a formal translation as an option, but would there be a maintainer? Who wants to do the extra work and keep the two translations in sync.
I opened an issue: https://github.com/NodeBB/NodeBB/issues/5619