Dear Nextcloud Community,
I would like to allocate 1.4 TB of storage to my Nextcloud users. However, in GB I can only set up to 1000 and in TB I can’t set commas (so only 1 or 2 or 3 TB etc.)
Is it somehow possible to allocate 1.4 TB to the users? I’m runnung NC in version 22 on a Ubuntu server with Apache2 and MariaDB.
Just enter the desired value directly to the input field and ignore the dropdown menu that appears. I tested it on my instance and it works just fine.
can’t set commas
Try using a period instead of a comma. Or you could enter
1400 GB as value. This will then automatically be renamed to
I’ve tried that. If I enter a number higher than 1000 G Nextcloud sets to unlimited. Same with TB that are not 1 or 2 or 3 and so on. As soon it set a comma (or period) Nextcloud goes back to unlimited. Same behavoir on 3 different instances. Maybe because the data folder is on a zfs mount?
With the decimal point, there is already a topic (also showing an alternative solution via command line:
Cannot set user quota with decimal values in German locale · Issue #18468 · nextcloud/server · GitHub).
The unlimited storage was addressed here:
01:45PM - 09 Nov 20 UTC
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However it is marked as an enhancement and something to develop??
Try to use command line, you can set everything from there even TB, GB or whatever:
sudo -u www-data php /var/www/nextcloud/occ user:setting <UserName> files quota 1.4TB
Thanks for your help everyone!
Workaround: I’ve set the language and local to german - > set both to english (US) helps.