Nextcloud version (12):
Operating system and version (Synology DSM 6.1.2-15132):
Apache or nginx version (Apache 2.2):
PHP version (7):
The issue you are facing:
I got nextcloud 12 finally up and running on my DS 216J on the latest DSM version.
Now I have some questions about configuration. This is the screenshot of the security & configuration panel:
Ok thank you very much.
I registered an the synology-forums, though there was no activation mail sent, and that’s hours ago -.-. First time it’s really important, since I can’t even open the pictures without being activated as a forum member.
Ok I’ll look for help there.
@tflidd: I know that these are recommendations, though they seem pretty important. I bought the ds216j without knowing the full potential of such a NAS, now I wish I bought a higher end machine. Though I wish to optimize performance, since it only has 512mb of ram and a 32bit processor. And the thing about the https not being forced bothers me. Wanna do it right so I don’t get an mim-attack or something else.
Yes, that’s not much. Especially then it is very important to tune the parameters of all services.
You could though use a Raspberry or similar device only for Nextcloud and connect to your NAS storage. However, a 64-bit system would be nice (not sure what the state of the Linux images for RPi 3 is and if they are already on 64 bit). Advantage: you have a default Linux and can directly follow the guides.
Thanks for the info.
See I never intended to use my NAS so extensively. I just thought it would be nice to have all my movies to be streamed to all devices connected to the LAN.
Little did I know the possibilities of all this. Now I can’t stop finding out about everything to maximize the potential of this.
Some time ago, you had to agree to the changes to the license terms. This was done with an update of the package center. Please read these modified license terms carefully. Draw your own conclusions.
I do not want to open a discussion here. At Synology-Forum.de very much is written about it. It was just a brief note from me.
Especially interesting point 8 (in my case in German)