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- Update to NC v188.8.131.52
- Have no URL for overwrite.cli.url parameter set in config.php
- Check admin overview page
Hi, because of [stable23] Validate `overwrite.cli.url` to be a url in setup check by backportbot-nextcloud[bot] · Pull Request #31518 · nextcloud/server · GitHub I got a warning in the admin overview page.
In config.php I had:
'overwrite.cli.url' => '/',
I now changed it to my external hostname, which is mainly used.
…BUT I also access Nextcloud with the internal hostname (only inside local network) and now I’m wondering if there are any side effects of using the external hostname (the internet facing one, primarily used).
Up to now I could not detect any issues (accessing NC externally and internally/with both hostnames), just want to make this 100 % sure.