File integrity issues due to upgrade of RRuleIterator and added php.ini

Nextcloud version 12.0.3
Operating system and version : Hosted with third party, provided through CPanel :
cPanel Version 66.0 (build 26)
Apache Version 2.4.27
MySQL Version 5.6.37
Operating System linux
PHP version : 7

Is this the first time you’ve seen this error?: no

Can you reliably replicate it? Yes. click admin in the admin account

The issue you are facing:

I have two errors in my file integrity check:
The first was caused today since I upgraded RRuleIterator.php to 1.5.6. Not sure how I can now address this. Rescan did not solve the issue.
The second is the result of a php.ini file I added to the root of the nextcloud installation to address the "Warning: PHP Opcache not properly configured ".
I don’t have access to the server php.ini, and my provider does not want to make changes.

I initially tried to add

php_flag opcache.enable 1
php_flag opcache.enable_cli 1
php_flag opcache.interned_strings_buffer 8
php_flag opcache.max_accelerated_files 10000
php_flag opcache.memory_consumption 128
php_flag opcache.save_comments 1
php_flag opcache.revalidate_freq 1

to .htaccess in the root of the nextcloud installation, but that resulted in a completely inaccessible application.

Anyone ideas how to solve these issues?

Error message:

Technical information

The following list covers which files have failed the integrity check. Please read
the previous linked documentation to learn more about the errors and how to fix


  • core
      • 3rdparty/sabre/vobject/lib/Recur/RRuleIterator.php
      • php.ini
        Raw output
        [core] => Array
        [INVALID_HASH] => Array
        [3rdparty/sabre/vobject/lib/Recur/RRuleIterator.php] => Array
        [expected] => 0406cddff070f52eddce2159fa8a9b5d5a883db5da5e3139e3ee9d587ab6d3ac8958ad1c400f0364321fc820d5b4018a5ceffab0c1676e295ee0a8b34137ab9d
        [current] => 90a47d052d58aabaa5c45fafcc663a137884c8045018d683ba302fd7028dcf0708702462b33862575a8dd530f8c6255335e8500741c126824860524fd0a46320
        [EXTRA_FILE] => Array
        [php.ini] => Array
        [expected] =>
        [current] => a32bcdc7ca1350386cd2ad4154d3dfb726e9c3a428c33fba440e26b1522eb62b511d79b1edd7a7d426e4c95bec9aefddfd9224a14d3dafd00539b3398e04c59b

The output of your Nextcloud log in Admin > Logging:
Nothing, as I had to clear out the logfile due to a spinning logreader. I made a backup of the logfile first.
The two error messages I find are “Validation error in iCalendar: More than one master object was found for the object with UI …” and
Trusted domain error. “someipaddress” tried to access using “mydomain” as host.