I ported my brewblox install to a new Raspberry Pi, but I would like to keep my old installation.
Is there a way to disable the installation and prevent it from autostarting upon boot / reboot, so I can use it as a fallback option but I would have to start it manually?
Okay, thanks! Thought I had done that and then discovered that it was still running, but I might have done some weird things in between while trying to migrate, so I’ll just check if it stays down now.
Do I understand this correctly, that there is no need to run brewblox-ctl down before shutdown the raspberrypi? And after starting de raspberrypi there is no need to start with brewblox-ctl up since it is auto starting?
Thanks for your answer. Could you please explain what you mean with services running? If you mean the services within brewblox, such as spark and tilt services would it not be possible to shutdown the raspberrypi without out first “brewblox-ctl down”? And with shutdown I mean te proper way “sudo shutdown -h now” and not pulling the plug!