since a while, at least since with Nextcloud 17, probably earlier, as well with all Nextcloud 18 beta versions until beta 4 now, I get the following error log once on every update, right after switching from web updater download and file install step to upgrade step:
[jsresourceloader] Error: Could not find resource js/config.js to load GET /nextcloud/ from 184.108.40.206 at 2019-12-28T13:32:10+01:00
Updater log, to compare timestamps:
2019-12-28T13:32:00+0100 omwmbwDs8K [info] startStep("12") 2019-12-28T13:32:00+0100 omwmbwDs8K [info] finalize() 2019-12-28T13:32:00+0100 omwmbwDs8K [info] storage location: /mnt/sda/ncdata/updater-<ID>/downloads/nextcloud/ 2019-12-28T13:32:05+0100 omwmbwDs8K [info] call opcache_reset() 2019-12-28T13:32:05+0100 omwmbwDs8K [info] end of finalize() 2019-12-28T13:32:05+0100 omwmbwDs8K [info] endStep("12")
Nextcloud logs around the actual error entry:
# A whole MASS of the below, making debugging extremely annoying, however known issue: https://github.com/nextcloud/server/pull/18225#issuecomment-564029950 [no app in context] Info: Deprecated event type for \OCP\Files::postWrite: Symfony\Component\EventDispatcher\GenericEvent GET /nextcloud/ from 220.127.116.11 at 2019-12-28T13:32:09+01:00 [jsresourceloader] Error: Could not find resource js/config.js to load GET /nextcloud/ from 18.104.22.168 at 2019-12-28T13:32:10+01:00 [updater] Info: \OC\Updater::setDebugLogLevel: Set log level to debug GET /nextcloud/core/ajax/update.php?requesttoken=vU7PwhYibXepqY2PdSc2VvXWxkPzLSYi%2F9DriPc38z8%3D%3A3wKi8GZxVSbuw%2Fz1R1FjAM2bsRfCT3MR0KqE2rt5x1k%3D from 22.214.171.124 at 2019-12-28T13:32:29+01:00
As can be seen, the entry is done around the time I press the “Keep maintenance mode for web based updater” button.
It is not some meanwhile cron job execution:
Dec 28 13:30:01 my.host CRON: (www-data) CMD (php /var/www/nextcloud/cron.php) Dec 28 13:35:01 my.host CRON: (www-data) CMD (php /var/www/nextcloud/cron.php)
Anyone else getting this? Nothing urgent since it seems to not cause any follow-up issues for me, but would be nice to have the logs clean from error messages, to be attentive for the important ones.