Odd recurring 'argument missing' line in logfile of Windows Nextcloud client

There’s this odd recurring ‘argument missing’ line in the logfile of my Windows Nextcloud client.
The following is what happens every three minutes or so. But my question is about the last two lines…

11-02 09:46:14:847 0x1f37710 OCC::Folder::slotRunEtagJob: * Trying to check "https://[mynextcloud]/remote.php/webdav/" for changes via ETag check. (time since last sync: 1946 s) 11-02 09:46:14:848 0x1f37710 OCC::FolderMan::slotRunOneEtagJob: Scheduling "https://[mynextcloud]/remote.php/webdav/" to check remote ETag 11-02 09:46:14:849 0x1f37710 OCC::AbstractNetworkJob::start: !!! OCC::RequestEtagJob created for "https://[mynextcloud]" + "/" "OCC::Folder" 11-02 09:46:15:207 0x1f37710 unknown: QString::arg: Argument missing: "https://docs.nextcloud.com/desktop/2.2/" , 2 11-02 09:46:15:209 0x1f37710 unknown: QString::arg: Argument missing: "https://docs.nextcloud.com/desktop/2.2/" , 2

I think I understand the error here, since “https://docs.nextcloud.com/desktop/2.2/” does not seem to exist when I try and visit it in a browser. It says ‘File not found’.
But I guess the real question is: why is the Windows Nextcloud client trying to check that web location? To what end?

My setup:

  • Client: Windows Nextcloud client Version 2.2.4 (build 2) on Windows 10 (10.0.14393).
  • Server: CentOS 7.2.1511
  • Server: PHP 5.4
  • Server: MariaDB 5.5.50
  • Server: Nextcloud 10.0.1

Anyone? :slight_smile:

Would be very interesting to know. Same issue here.
Run a slightly different setup, PHP7 and Debian 8.
I use the Mac Client.

Thanks @schmm2. Interesting to know that it’s not just with the Windows client, but with the Mac client as well…

For what it’s worth… Updating Nextcloud to version 11 did not do anything for this weird logfile problem. It’s still there.
Why…

Anyone from Nextcloud in the house maybe? Someone who can shed some light on why this is happening?

I am having this problem also