When accesing to the general view tab, I obtain the following warning:
The OPcache buffer is nearly full. To assure that all scripts can be hold in cache, it is recommended to apply
opcache.memory_consumption to your PHP configuration with a value higher than
When I restart the apache2 service where I have my Nextcloud 25.0.4 hosted with php 8.1, the warning dissapears for a moment and appears after a while. I have look up for the opcache.memory_consumption value and is 128 (greater than 32) which means that the error shouldn’t be happening.
Thank you very much!
Any news on this, please?
You did not provide any important information. Only:
but the most important:
where did you look up?
There are many config files for php.
Could it be possible that you are using php-fpm and you did look into the php.ini for cli?
Unless you give detailed information and just delete all the pre-made questions as if they can be guessed, no one can really help you.