Fourth RC of Nextcloud 27.1.0

The RC4 release of 27.1.0 is now available on our download server.

As always, help with testing is very much welcome!

We updated our servers, did our tests, and the release seem pretty decent. Still, give it a whirl and report back here so we’re even more sure that it’s good to go! If you notice anything out of order, please report back on the appropriate github repository! :bowing_woman:



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I had again to delete these files:
After that, the update in the web updater went smoothly.

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Next Cloud needs administrative settings to set things like max upload and not inside a .php file i can never find. Of course i am a noob but. It needs these things. Also max thread workers. When browsing pictures CPU ramps up to 100% load and crashes nextcloud. This is BAD. Watching a 4k video on a 6 core 12 thread CPU ramps up to 100% and crashes nextcloud as well. I don’t understand :slight_smile: This isn’t user error.

Yes, people coming from RC2 and RC3 will see this. It’S fixed with the updater shipped in RC4, but the work is always done with the updater from the installed release.

I get this securety check error after update, without location information

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


  • spreed
      • composer.lock
      • package-lock.json
      • package.json

Raw output

[spreed] => Array
[composer.lock] => Array
[expected] => 34c8498e16f93ec08965d6e37a3d84687ccea03a3de2824b7dd9d446eec33835b7d4e92556803de0bde5e95b4bb5895520be35f96fb2c10889b1eaeaa4070212
[current] =>

                [package-lock.json] => Array
                        [expected] => fe88c38a1261a8b34595a32554aefd0252877875cbefd4951b2060d53a0de4f95c0fb0530c42718d8f952cf1bf59e6e477087e58619c87473924c8f33a93a996
                        [current] => 

                [package.json] => Array
                        [expected] => 3b02e59de203c1edf1f8f959077fdea2b9dee262215e5eec7192d0d2e29b4f4939a3c68bed7b3e9ea0b20c58d3dabae9d93c488a2f427f7ea2284fed0a490ccf
                        [current] => 




That’s Talk which is not bundled with Hub. The reported files are expected in the respective file directory, but are missing.

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Here’s how to fix this/such issues, run as your webserver user.

(adjust “NC_DIR” first if it doesn’t match your setup environment):
affected_files="composer.lock package-lock.json package.json"
app_version="$(sed -n 's|.*<version>\(.*\)</version>.*|\1|p' "$NC_DIR/apps/$app/appinfo/info.xml")"
for affected_file in $affected_files; do
    wget -O $NC_DIR/apps/$app/$affected_file $rawURL/$app/v$app_version/$affected_file
php -f $NC_DIR/occ integrity:check-app $app

I hope this helps,
much luck!

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Greetings, I am not familiar with the Nextcloud release schedule so forgive my possibly ignorant question. When is the 27.1.0 expected given that there are no more major bugs found?


First of all, having to delete a few extra files isn’t exactley a major issue, but more of an annoyance. Second, 27.1.0 was officially released yesterday, and if you’re going to upgrade from 27.0.2 there won’t be any extra files. This issue only occurs if you upgrade from certain beta or RC releases.

However there is apperantly still an issue with the Group Folders app. So if you rely on that, I would wait until this issue is fixed.

Generally I 'd recommend to wait at least for the first point release, because in my experience there are often smaller and sometimes also bigger issues found in .0 releases. Whether such an issue will affect you depends of course on how you are using your Nextcloud. Not everybody uses every feature and certain issues only occur under specific circumstances or in combination with certain apps.


According to Nextcloud Blog, 27.1 was released on Saturday as Hub 6. It’s available for download. Open issues remain as pointed out by bb77.

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Can you share the link to the blog post? I can’t find any mention of the release on Saturday. I was looking at the changelog and see that the latest release is still 27.0.2.
The reason I am asking, is because I would like to deploy Nextcloud AIO (fresh install) and would like to avoid to have to update a few days later.

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Looks like 27.1.0 is already included: Releases · nextcloud/all-in-one · GitHub


I was referring to this blog post.

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