some of my users use Webdav to access files on nextcloud from their notebooks. They have to do so, as their Notebooks do not have anough storage to sync all needed data to their local drives. Unfortunately the performance doing so is quite low and I am thinking about how to give them a better experience.
My idea is to install the nexcloud sync client for linux on my NAS server and sync the folders of the users to a local directory, which I will export using samba. Do you think this is a good idea? Or do you think I will run into trouble with this solution over time because of sync problems or something like that?
Is there a way to inform users and the admin about sync problems in this configuration? I would like to get a mail when something goes wrong (e.g. if a merge failes). Perhaps it is possible to ask the sync client if everything is o.k. by calling a script regularly?