I have been using share renamer to customize links.
Since I had to migrate the server with new lan IP and hostname, I lost all the sharing links.
Now trying to recreate the links again, it says name already exist.
I restored nextcloud database but it didn’t make the job
Is there a way to cleanup links database or remove all old created token id ?
Report this directly to the dev. Sounds frustrating. Check your /var/www nextcloud.log for any errors, or as admin user in top right hand menu.
You can also fill out the support template… possible there will be more hints or directly related errors within it.
Copy paste this into your post and please fill it out.
Support introSorry to hear you’re facing problems
<a href="http://help.nextcloud.com">help.nextcloud.com</a> is for home/non-enterprise users. If you’re running a business, paid support can be accessed via <a href="http://portal.nextcloud.com">portal.nextcloud.com</a> where we can ensure your business keeps running smoothly.
In order to help you as quickly as possible, …
I’ve got the same problem. Were you able to solve the problem?
Please open a thread mit your own problem. Normally you use
Backup and Restore and there you get all shared links back (ok you also need the same server name e.g.
Also you use the app
ShareRenamer in future. Maybe you can also set the new share name to the old share name.
I also use a php script to redirect outside of Nextcloud to Nextcloud urls. This may seem more cumbersome at first glance, but it makes all links independent of the Nextcloud instance.