Nextcloud version : 22.2.3
Operating system and version : 20.4.3 LTS
Apache or nginx version : latest
PHP version : 7.4.3
I have a setup which I’m not sure how to handle it.
When I upload big number of files, i get locked files, and the next or the one after it seems to be good.
Nextcloud is setup in a private network.
I can access it via HAprox (PFsense) with SSL.
I have a freenas with smb share.
Configured external storage with but redirecting root “/” folder. So no files are stored on the server it self.
Mariadb is installed and has not been modified.
Anyone has an idea on what can cause this problem.
Thanks for the reply.
I did activate APCu for memory caching is it enough or is Redis the best way to go ?
Can you give me a bit more details about the second point concerning database and adapted cache settings ?
No, redis is specifically for the filelocking stuff.
The documentation is a good starting point:
For the database, there is tuning-server.pl and mysqltuner.sh that can check the use of the caches after the server runs for >24h and based on that suggest to increase certain caches. You should also find a few topics about this here on the forum. The parameters are a starting point, it certainly depends on your setup and usage case (number of users, number of parallel upload, larger/small files, …).