Hi all. I have read: Configuring External Storage (GUI) — Nextcloud latest Administration Manual latest documentation and GitHub - nextcloud/all-in-one: Nextcloud AIO stands for Nextcloud All-in-One and provides easy deployment and maintenance with most features included in this one Nextcloud instance. and I have added the external storage app.
I have allowed Docker Desktop to access /Volumes on my mac.
I have added --env NEXTCLOUD_MOUNT="/Volumes/newdata/storage1/“ \ (names changed to protect the innocent) to my Docker command when I created a new master container. I restarted all containters, restarted Docker, restarted my computer, etc.
The AIO interface says: The Nextcloud container is getting gets access to the /Volumes/newdata/storage1/ directory and local external storage in Nextcloud is enabled. See the NEXTCLOUD_MOUNT documentation on how to change this.
Nothing seems to allow me to use local storage. I see on linux there’s a recommendation to chmod the directory - not sure if that’s relevant on mac.
I even tried to share /Volumes/newdata/storage1 to my Mac’s local filesharing on SMB, but I get the Red ! when I try to mount it on SMB. The sharing user is a non-privileged user on the mac, but that user does have read-write for the entire volume I’m trying to share.
I added the variable, deleted and recreated the master container, started, stopped, restarted computer, restarted Docker Desktop and then NextCloud. So, everything was started a few times.
Any suggestions are appreciated.