How can I use OCC (or something else?) to trigger a rescan of external storage whenever a change is made?
I have Nextcloud running on Docker on my Mac with this docker-compose. I made a small tweak to it so I can access my external storage (external hard drive):
app: build: ./app restart: always volumes: - nextcloud:/var/www/html **- /Volumes/LaCie:/Volume** environment: - VIRTUAL_HOSTfirstname.lastname@example.org - LETSENCRYPT_HOSTemail@example.com - LETSENCRYPT_EMAILfirstname.lastname@example.org - MYSQL_HOST=db env_file: - db.env depends_on: - db - redis networks: - proxy-tier - default
I was able to successfully enable local storage:
Immediately after setting up local storage, I am able to access all of my files and the data size states pending. However, after sometime only the files I accessed remain. Hence, if I have a TV show folder and click on the show SpongeBob and select season 1. All episodes from season 1 will load and the data size will update. However, if I don’t select and open the other seasons (i.e season 2,3,4) those folders will disappear from nextcloud.
Also, if I create a new folder with the same name name (i.e Season 2). Nextcloud will state Season 2 already exist and the folder will show up.
Running the command
php occ files:scan --all under the user www-data appears to have done the job…all of my external storage files are showing! However, is there a better way to implement this code somewhere? I think running this script every time will use a lot of resources…is there an alternative solution?