Hi @jcortez, you can find the installation files of Moodle in the following path:
And the database should keep working without issues.
In any case, checking the support bundle you created I believe to have discovered a possible issue. In the
/opt/bitnami/php/logs directory there are more than 3 million files so it could be possible your issue is happening due to not having enough free inodes. You can confirm this with:
sudo df -hi
Then just delete PHP-FPM logs:
sudo rm -rf /opt/bitnami/php/logs/*
After that please check if you can start the Bitnami service correctly. If this is the case the only pending thing you need to do is fix the Logrotate configuration:
sudo sed -i 's/\* /*.log /' /opt/bitnami/config/logrotate/logrotate.d/*.conf
We'll work on fixing our affected solutions so they don't suffer from this issue anymore. Thanks for reporting!
Hope it works!