Internal server error after update of NCP

this program sucks, every time is doing an update it gives an error and messes up the server. had to reinstall everything 3 times. im done

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Internal server errors are very generic error messages, you have to look into the logs for more details. If you don’t check and fix the issue, it is not surprising that you see it.

It remembers me a bit of this quote :wink:

Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

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I can agree, it’s so shaky. Millions of updates but the end result is not much change but severe crashes

If you run NCP on a raspberry pi, it can work really great for a few users. It’s not the setup for a huge user base, and also there are a lot of pitfalls where things can go wrong. Already with 32bit OS, it is a bit more tricky (there were and there are probably still a few bugs regarding large file sizes). But also on the hardware side, you can do things wrong, e.g. if you get too much power from USB, the device gets very unstable and crashes. In such cases, all the updates won’t help.

Nextcloud Pi already did a great job in simplifying the whole installation process and optimizing a lot of the settings to fit the Raspberry Pi.

There is a section with documentation about NextcloudPi:

e.g. if the performance of the Raspberry Pi is not enough: What modern hardware do you recommend for NextcloudPi?
or boot from external disk instead of SD card:
Raspberry PI 4 – Booting from USB Device (no microSD)

And if you don’t like the NextcloudPi concept, you can install Nextcloud directly on a Linux yourself.

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