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The issue you are facing:
Since a system update the nextcloud installation automatically downgraded from the web-installed 26.0.1 to the repository version 25.0.* against my will.
So this broke my installation and I was able to fix it by manually installing v26 again trough the cli. Everything is working great again now…
Except this message: “Some files have not passed the integrity check.”
When I read the “list of invalid files” every file (total 4942 files) is listed there following the same pattern: “the expected value is empty”
[js / groupfolders - vendors - node_modules_nextcloud_vue - richtext_dist_index_js - node_modules_nextcloud_vue_dist_Com - ae25e2.js] => Array ( **[expected] =>** [current] => 893098e2b47e3a2b515442197f2d96e66f7ab7ab9ce7bf6a6b633e55f98532d01014a26c9293056f8a8542b106c78362d30b9eb334313e5a4dcea1f9d477e31d) [js / groupfolders - vendors - node_modules_nextcloud_vue - richtext_dist_index_js - node_modules_nextcloud_vue_dist_Com - ae25e2.js.LICENSE.txt] => Array ( **[expected] =>** [current] => 54f514106c4b46be573c0bd8f1a1e8537b222d4281d49db34b2ac72782a77bb25dd65dfad5e1569715334008416ebd3f7b1cd0264cc56ba5332678dfbd5ea8ec) [js / groupfolders - vendors - node_modules_nextcloud_vue - richtext_dist_index_js - node_modules_nextcloud_vue_dist_Com - ae25e2.js.map] => Array ( **[expected] =>** [current] => c9a98a6b4d22122a02f59e0bbc8c0c9afebd8f7ede26575aac7f9df12bb07f64a587f6be34c3b35be4301d739fc38fd03894e68eb4e64f042124f5a815fe0d93))))
What can I do to solve this? There is not really a problem, it is only annoying seeing this warning the whole time so I would like to solve this… Where are the “expected values” stored in the nextcloud installation?
Thanks for the help!