Nextcloud version (eg, 12.0.2): 126.96.36.199
Operating system and version (eg, Ubuntu 17.04): Ubuntu Desktop 18.04
Apache or nginx version (eg, Apache 2.4.25): Apache/2.4.29 (Ubuntu)
PHP version (eg, 7.1): 7.2
I have searched and tweaked but my NextCloud install is abysmally slow and constantly drops connection. The website is painfully slow and the desktop app won’t sync as it errors out with some framesize buffer error, or it simply disconnects before the sync can complete. When looking at my Unifi logs I can see that neither the host machine or the client machine have lost connection.
I have dnsmasq on my pi-hole install sending my NextCloud traffic internally so I’m not going outside and back.
also check that redis is actually working (How to check if Redis is used in NC).
When I activated it everything sped up significantly. You could also try updating and make sure to check the recommendations in the settings.
If it is not just slow and you have errors, there is probably something else wrong as well. Framesize buffers errors don’t look good. By the way, NC 15 just went out of support, you should consider upgrading to a supported version (e.g. NC 16). Wait for NC 18 at least for the next point-release.
redis is definitely running. I monitored it and just loading the cloudflare web UI gave me more than 10k lines that look like this.
It’s running on a bare-metal HP EliteDesk 800 G4 Mini with an i5-8500T, 16GB RAM, and a 250GB NVMe drive for OS+LAMP. The data directory is on a RAID1 array attached via USB3.0 that clocks in around 5Gbps.
I’ve edited the original post to include my apache site config files.
As for what is slow, the web UI is slow, scanning for changes in the Windows app seems slow but most importantly, it will not complete a sync do to either a timeout or some frame size error.