Error Deleting File "xxxxx"

I’have install a Nexcloud server (v.12.0.2) install at my webhost, in this subdomain :
https://serveur.ctps.ca/index.php

So this linux server is host on my web provider.

I have a fiew Nexcloud client (v.2.3.2) running under windows 7/10.
The local synchronization work ok.

In the file management on the server, everything works well for several days. It may happen that after a while I receive the following message when I try to delete some directories or files on the server:
Error deleting file "XXXXX”.

The only solution I found 1 month ago was to completely reinstall my Nextcloud server, then it work fine for a while but, today I have the same problem again.
“Error deleting file”.

I understand that I have to go in maintenance mode ??? How do I do that if on my web host the only thing I have to connect is the Cpanel…



Nextcloud version 12.0.2
Operating system and version: Cloud Linux (install by softaculous on my webhost in a subdomain)
Apache or nginx version: Apache 2.4.27
PHP version 5.6

Softaculous installation de Nextcloud 12.0.2 :
Path : /home/ctpsca/serveur.ctps.ca
URL : https://serveur.ctps.ca
Admin URL : https://serveur.ctps.ca/index.php
Répertoire des données : /home/ctpsca/nextclouddatas
Admin Username : ctpsca
Admin Password : *********
Base de données MySQL : ctpsca_next793
Utilisateur MySQL : ctpsca_next793
Hôte MySQL : localhost
Mot de passe MySQL : ********
Update Notification : Enabled
Auto Upgrade : Disabled
Automated Backups : Disabled

The output of your Nextcloud log in Admin > Logging:
How do I output this file. Here is a jpg for now.

The output of your config.php file in /path/to/nextcloud (make sure you remove any identifiable information!):
How do I output this file. Here is a jpg for now.

The output of your Apache/nginx/system log in /var/log/____:
Where do I find this info ???

php

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I just add the info that I could fine by myself !

Tank’s for you support.

I you want I can give you my admin password so you go have a look by yourself ???

@JasonBayton

I see lots of locked files.

On Ubuntu the webserver log file is under /var/log/apache2/error.log and you can read it with the less command.

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Do you know where that error.log could be locate on my sub-domain.

I have found this:

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[21-Aug-2017 10:47:39 UTC] PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 12582912 bytes) in /home/ctpsca/serveur.ctps.ca/apps/password_policy/lists/list-8.php on line 65539
[21-Aug-2017 10:47:44 UTC] PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 12582912 bytes) in /home/ctpsca/serveur.ctps.ca/apps/password_policy/lists/list-8.php on line 65539

I see lots of locked files.
On Ubuntu the webserver log file is under /var/log/apache2/error.log and you can read it with the less command.

No idea sorry, I don’t know who your webhost is or how they’ve implemented your hosting.

It very much looks to me like you need more memory though:
Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 12582912 bytes)