Disclaimer - I’m using the docker install from ownyourbits. I didn’t put this in the appliances category because I don’t think this is an issue with that, but I wanted to make clear that this is my environment.
A while ago I had an issue with my nextcloud instance and posted this thread. To summarize - I’m pretty sure a power outage wrecked my database, but my data is available (I invested in a UPS and will be more dilligent with backups). I haven’t heard anything in response and figured I’d make my own plan and have taken the below steps:
1: installed a fresh nextcloudplus image and updated
2: recovered from an old backup (this was from a time before several users had logged in, so their user folders were not created yet)
3: rsynced the user documents over to the new instance
4: scanned for changes from sources outside of nextcloud
Things seem to be working with the exception that I get a warning:
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 them. Results ======= - core - INVALID_HASH - .user.ini Raw output ========== Array ( [core] => Array ( [INVALID_HASH] => Array ( [.user.ini] => Array ( [expected] => 467d4f028c447895716a2b7859ed6e569f8ee34b87b51d73dab2e6a9ca4fbe63172c7be3e365ae864a60408286afcce852dd38ee544b61685ed4ee5e021fecb0 [current] => 42eca5f14f21e928e8fa2ce3db4ca2ae1c6b055fbc02e52775e785822292c833bdc2ab832110fcc542ffe41a480c294dafc3dac4d20538f0f50c9aa7c662f00f ) ) ) )
I’m not sure what it’s hashing, but it’s a little unsurprising to me with my recovery method that something isn’t matching there. Any way to clear this out? I’d appreciate any help.
I’m not sure how to find all the detials requested, but I can post the output of the nextcloudplus “nc-info” command (see below) and also say that I’ve installed on raspbian stretch from 4-18-2018
Launching nc-info Gathering information... NextCloudPi version v0.58.1 NextCloudPi image NextCloudPi_06-20-18 distribution Debian GNU/Linux 9 \n \l USB devices sda sdb datadir /data/app/data data in SD no data filesystem ext2/ext3 data disk usage 30G/64G rootfs usage 959M/11G swapfile /var/swap dbdir /data/database Nextcloud check ok Nextcloud version 22.214.171.124 HTTPD service up PHP service up MariaDB service up Redis service up Postfix service up internet check ok port check 80 closed port check 443 closed IP 172.17.0.2 gateway 172.17.0.1 interface eth0 certificates none NAT loopback no uptime 20:48