@syker69 Do you have any links to substantiate this? The only discussion on the forum has been in regards to no longer actively developing 32-bit, but no one has stated that they cannot still use Nextcloud at all afaik.
Hi, it maybe unrelated… but this was the first NC upgrade thats failed for me… (24.0.6->25)
someone found that PHP needed to be x64 for NC 25 (I was looking for reasons why my upgrade failed tonight(
"It seems like you are running a 32-bit PHP version. Nextcloud needs 64-bit to run well. Please upgrade your OS and PHP to 64-bit! For further details read the documentation page about this "
this was just as i clicked on upgrade (my 24.0.6 on a 32bit pi php7.4 install) which downloaded/backed up etc but when it said to disable maintenance mode and continue, my NC instance died it failed to upgrade…
(i restored from an image taken before upgrade so im back on 24.0.6 no issues)
the post i saw relating to x64 was
as for logs none… i just restored my SSD image to pre upgrade.
I Can of course repeat it if you tell me how to gather whatever you need
I ran into the same problem with the 25RC releases. Also had the same PHP 32bit warning. I upgraded my Raspberry Pi4 to the 64bit arm64 OS on SD card and reinstalled the RC5 of nextcloud.
Since a few days it runs perfect now!
Also imported over 100k of pictures, 2000 contacts, Documents and a lot more. Did not have any issues with it yet. It also seems that my Rapsberry is a lot faster than my Intel NUC System with older i3 cores and 12 GB of RAM on Ubuntu 22.04 64bit, which is a bit weird.
But what does is mean “Nextcloud needs 64-bit to run well”?
Which is the depency on this architecure?
I really don’t want to set up my Raspi from scratch and reinstall all the applications.
What will happen if i stay with 32-bit?
NC worked well on 32-bit up to now. What changed with NC v25?
I just upgraded my nextcloud instance and experienced the same problems.
I am running on a QNAP 32bit ARM model via docker. The docker hub page for these images say “DOCKER OFFICIAL IMAGE” so I suppose this is in some way official.
How can it then be that I am upgraded to a docker image for architecture ‘linux/arm/v7’ when apparently this is a version that is no longer supported for that architecture? Is it just me or is just strange? Shouldn’t they then have dropped support for the 32-bit docker images for Nextcloud version 25?