I’m running a Nextcloud Docker container on an Ubuntu 16.04 server with Apache 2.4.18 and PHP 7.2 After I completed the recent update to 15.0.2 (the relevant Administration screen reports that I’m now running the latest version), I find that whenever I click Log Out I get redirected to a new browser tab which tells me it can’t establish a connection to localhost:myport.
I wonder what’s going on there. Any insight is appreciated.
What does your ‘overwrite.cli.url’ = ‘XXXXX’,
in your config.php looks like?
(usually located in /var/www/html/nextcloud/config/config.php)
Have a look at the following post. Maybe this is your solution:
Hello Nextcloud Community,
today I upgraded to Nextcloud 22.214.171.124. Runs smoothly so far.
My Nextcloud host is running behind a Sophos Web Application Firewall. The https connection is terminated at the Sophos WAF (LetsEncrypt certificate). The Nextcloud GUI is called using https and a DNS name which is resolved to a public static IP address. In the background, the WAF forwards the requests to the actual Nextcloud web server. The connection between the WAF and the Nextcloud host is established…
Thanks for your reply. My overwrite.cli.url variable is set to ‘
http://mysubdomain.mydomain.com’ (is it significant that this value is not “https” like I set up my installation to use?).
I’m running Nextcloud on
mydomain.com and have subdomain.mydomain.com set to redirect there.
Any ideas about what I might try?
Thanks for your reply. I saw that thread, but couldn’t follow it very well. There have since been some new responses there, so I’ll try again.
I got it to work again. For those with a similar issue, I looked through
this thread and then tweaked the
overwritehost recommendation to the following:
'overwritehost' => 'mysubdomain.mydomain.com',
Hopefully something like that will work for others.