I started using nextcloud to back up my whatsapp photos, and I will use it only in my home (no connectio from outside my home network).
I created a raid1, with my two 240GB ssd, but despite saying to nextcloud the folder is /mnt/nextclou/data/data in the config.php file, when logging into the web page, and creating a user account, it says I only have 16 MB of space, how can I make it use the spacified folder??
Did I wrongly supposed that the data folder shouldn’t be for my data??
I’ve already seen that there is a way to add an external storage from the web GUI, but I already have it, and my raid device is showing as a md0 under admin>settings>system, where you can see the disk usage.
I’m using a RPI 4, and the latest version, 20.something I guess. (used “latest” when installing.)
Php 7.3 MySQL, and all the required packages…
hey @Frederik_Jaworski and welcome to the forums.
thanks for your first participation.
The forum (and the manual as well) would know how to successfully move your data-directory to a new one.
But have you put thought into the idea of running our famous rookie-tool nextcloudpi from the official nextcloudversum? it helps you installing nc to a rpi, has some nice assistants on board and does some nice magic for you.
I’d at least try it… --> www.nextcloudpi.com
Hi Jimmy, I only ask questions when I’m desperate.
- The forum is a bit tricky to use too many questions, ando some of them didn’t even remotely related with my problem, despite the title.
- The manual is not so easy to follow when you have problems, there should be a link like “What could go wrong??” to help some rookie.
- After almost an entire weekend trying to figure out where the problem is, maybe a link to the right page of the manual could be really helpful.
Sorry if I seem a bit edgy but I’m exhausted, all day long reading some possible solutions, and retrying, as I may have made some mistake, forgetting something, and that’s why it’s not working maybe??
the easier solution I already hinted to… --> nextcloudpi.com (and you could be running your instance for quite a while already)