I’ve run into a big load of segmentation faults with my Nextcloud Pi (v. 1.11.2) instance on a Pi Model B. I’ve spent a while trialing using NCP so I can replace other cloud services for personal and work use, ran into a few problems at first but finally seemed to have something stable up and running for the past few weeks, so decided now was the time to make a config backup and start moving to a full HDD for storage. Logged in through SSH to see the attached screen, and I’m unable to enter any commands (including shutdown / reboot) without a segmentation fault. However my instance is still working ok, I can sync files / notes / contacts / calendar etc, though as of yesterday I can’t remotely log in via browser (can reach login screen, but hitting log in does nothing).
My linux knowledge is super limited but from what I can gather, I’m going to need to install a new instance etc, right? Which I can deal with, I’m planning to migrate to new storage anyway. but I’d really rather not lose my config and database and have to start from scratch. Maybe this is a stupid question but… is there any way I could back up here, without being able to run nc-backup?