Can you help? I am trying to delete folder but I am getting an error. Any suggestion where to start?
If I remember right, that error is caused by a locked file. Take a look at the following URL, under " Manually disable locking state". If there are many users on your instance of NextCloud, I would suggest putting NextCloud into maintenance mode, also mentioned at the following URL.
Perfect! Thank you very much! That fixed the issue.
Glad to hear
I was also getting the same issue of not being able to delete the folder, The HTTP error was also on my project site Apple iPad Support, and after getting the solution from here, I have resolved the issue.
Since I am encountering this error just now, I am offering my comments, despite the time lapse.
The suggested procedure may resolve the problem, but the answers in this discussion open as many questions as they resolve.
Why does this error occur originally, and how might it be prevented? Why can it not be resolved in some straightforward manner, rather than requiring disruptive, and somewhat arduous, administrative intervention?
Does this set of circumstances reflect a bug or design flaw, and if so, has it been reported?
I am getting this and I followed the instructions of checking the CRON and removing file locks… no luck. I had to do the… not recommended way of disablign file locks altogether.
Not work. Please just make a button DELETE work correctly.
hi, the original post is old, but I think it’s better that I don’t start a new post since the issue is exactly the same.
as many have reported, why does this happens ? the solution may work (i will try later), but does someone knows why some files are locked ? In my case, those are files automatically downloaded from the android app, from an automatic backup of signal messenger app. All other files automatically downloaded from the android app are doing just fine, they can be deleted easily, but not these ones. Why is that ?
As I understand, the locked files occurs to prevent peoples to modify a file at the same time, but that’s not the case here.