I have a R710 that runs EXSI that runs Ubuntu 22.04 with docker & Portainer.
(I do understand that it’s a lot of layers of virtualization)
I also have a QNAP NAS with one volume of 14tb.
Currently, this volume is being used by my main PC as file dumpster / backups & connected like a regular network drive
In root path to that volume, I have created a folder “docker” and a subfolder “nextcloud” with 2 more subfolders “config” & “database”
I have mounted that folder in Ubuntu to “/mnt/dockersmb/” (It is now accusable from that Ubuntu server & I can create/edit/delete files)
However, if I attempt to install nextcloud with Portainer & make it use those folders (“config” & “database”) I get an error “Can’t write into config directory”. However, it has already created its files there & started the web server, so how can it not write into config directory?
I’m really new to Linux & specially nextcloud, so I really hope it isn’t a dump question.