For example, I will transfer Nextcloud from one Linux server to another and change the domain.
I will give an example of configuring the execution of NextCloud background jobs via Cron, which will work stably in contrast to AJAX background jobs.Continue reading “NextCloud. Background jobs via cron”
Let’s say Nginx is installed, Nextcloud is located in /var/www/nextcloud and you need it to open on the subdomain https://cloud.ixnfo.com/. At the time of writing, I will use Nextcloud 17.Continue reading “Configuring Nginx for Nextcloud”
Once upon a time after installing Nextcloud on Ubuntu Server, I noticed an error:Continue reading “Solving the “Uncaught Doctrine\DBAL\DBALException: Failed to connect to the database” error in Nextcloud”
Once, to store nextcloud data, I created a raid and mounted it in a separate directory.
I will give an example of monitoring Nextcloud in Zabbix.Continue reading “Monitoring Nextcloud in Zabbix”
I will give an example of setting up two-factor authentication in Nextcloud using Google Authenticator.Continue reading “Nextcloud two-factor authentication”
Suppose you need to copy data via FTP to Nextcloud.
Configure the FTP server if it is not configured, for example, as I described in the article:
Configuring ProFTPd with virtual users in a file
Create an FTP user that will work on behalf of the user and the www-data (uid 33) group:
Recently moved Nextcloud from one server to another and when it opened, noticed the following error in the browser:
Internal Server Error
The server encountered an internal error and was unable to complete your request.
Please contact the server administrator if this error reappears multiple times, please include the technical details below in your report.
More details can be found in the server log.
In my case, the error occurred because of a damaged MySQL database, so I restored it from another backup and Nextcloud opened.
I assume that the same error can occur when the Nextcloud database exists, but is empty.
See my article:
Install Nextcloud in Ubuntu
Nextcloud – cloud platform for storing files, a branch of the project OwnCloud.
On the test, I will install the latest version of Nextcloud in Ubuntu Server 16.04 LTS (at the time of this writing was 12).
First of all, we will install the necessary components: