Nextcloud help "app":"no app in context","method":"POST","url":"/remote.php/dav/bulk","message"

The main problem is that the user deletes their folders and they come back after a while, what could be the problem?

nextcloud bundle /var/www/nextcloud/*
httpd + php-fpm
NFS /share/data/users

Also, this error is constantly pouring into the logs.

“app”:“no app in context”,“method”:“POST”,“url”:“/remote.php/dav/bulk”,“message”:"Could not create path.
Maybe it 's related, but I don’t think so.

All rights to the files are assigned correctly by the apache user since the httpd web server follows the instructions

Produced occ commands
./occ files:scan “user”
./occ files:scan-app-data
Everything works out correctly, there are no errors.
After deleting files by the user under the admins in the web interface, you can see how after some time the user’s quota is replenished.
I’ll forgive the help in this question, I searched through everything, I didn’t find an answer

Hi @mean2701,

Where does he delete that folder? In what client?

  • Desktop
  • Mobile
  • Web
  • DAV
  • ?

Which sync clients are connected at all?

Same question: where, in what client first?

Baremetal, Docker, Snap, AIO?

Did you check for

  • UID/GID inconsistencies between NFS-Client and NFS-Server
  • Cache inconsistencies (NFS uses caching to improve performance. If caching mechanisms (e.g. attribute caching) are not properly synchronized, deleted files may remain in the cache and become visible again after a while when the cache is read again.)
  • ?

(I’m just fumbling around in the dark, without any specific suspicion.)

Much and good luck,

Good afternoon!
It turned out that in addition to using the browser on the client side, the nextcloud application client was enabled, which in turn did unidirectional synchronization.
Thank you

Exactly my suspicion behind this question:

I am glad you found the reason!

Much and good luck,

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