Sorry to hear you’re facing problems
Nextcloud version : 24.0.4
Operating system and version Ubuntu 20.04)
Apache or nginx version 2.4.52
PHP version 8.1
The issue you are facing:
"ls -l $NEXTCLOUD_DATA/nextcloud/$username/cache/music_collection.json"
-rw-r--r-- 1 www-data www-data 520363 Sep 10 2027
so wrong date
Is this the first time you’ve seen this error? (Y/N):
I think your system date is wrong. Check with this command:
If this is also wrong read this.
Unfortunately I don’t know if it can cause problems if you reset the date and time to the correct data.
Uh no the date is correct. Indeed those are the only files with wrong date in the filesystem. I know that because I run
find ./ -type f -printf "\n%TY%Tm%Td %TT %p \n " | grep [0-9] | sort -r -k 1,1 -k 1,2
What I can try is to change that date by hand, with touch, and see if it changes afterwards…
Yes you can test it.
But it is strange that a JSON file generated by Nextcloud or the app has the year 2027. I can’t even imagine Nextcloud or the app making up the date. I would always think it came from the system date. I think e.g. PHP would always use the system date. But maybe there is a bug in the software.
I did it. Let’s see what happens…
The Music app sets the time-to-live for this cached file as 5 years. I believe that Nextcloud somehow implements the time-to-live feature by setting the timestamp to the future.
Edit: Here is the relevant line of code in Nextcloud: server/File.php at 1aa76e5968d8881daa4b9e72c0b9b0d4966ef934 · nextcloud/server · GitHub
So the point is, whenever Nextcloud caches anything, the timestamp will be in the future. But it’s just easy to spot on this particular file because the TTL is so long.
What will happen if you manually touch the file, is that 1 hour after the touching the cached file will be deleted by Nextcloud. Then, the next time you open the Music app, the file will be recreated, again with the timestamp 5 years in the future.
Edit: Or actually, it might not be recreated yet on the Music app reload because your browser may still hold the cached version of the file. But if you use another browser or clear your browser cache, then the file will be recreated.