PHP memory problem

Hi, I´ve been changing the PHP memory configuration from automatic to 512M and now I can’t access trough internet explorer or chrome and dns address nighter

Can anyone tell me how can I change or restar the values without formating all please.

I have nextcloud in a Rock64 and I can’t access through ssh

Thanks in advance

How did you install, and how did you make changes to the config?

Trough internet explorer and nextcloud panel

Like this

https://docs.nextcloudpi.com/en/how-to-configure-nextcloudpi/

The third picture of gif in the page. It’s the only way

And now I have this problem

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@CRB
Where have you changed the PHP settings?

For the intallation I downloaded a file in this page

https://ownyourbits.com/nextcloudpi/#content_start

I’ve choosed the rock 64

https://ownyourbits.com/downloads/

The PHP changes was made in this panel

First, main configuration is almost automatic and the you can go to the panel to chenge the nc-limits ( you can see it in teh video) there you put the size of PHP memory and files size

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I’m trying to find exactly the menu where I’ve made the changes but I can’t

I access to the panel this way

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Search “nc_limits”. Hopefully the correct setting.

Configuration-Reference | NextCloudPi Documentation

nc-limits

Configure system limits for NextCloudPi.

Note that MAXFILESIZE can be at maximum 2G for now, due to limitation of 32bit php.

How to configure

1. Navigate to `nc-limits` in the TUI or the WebUI.
2. Change `MAXFILESIZE` to the desired maximum file size (<=2G).
3. Change `MEMORYLIMIT` to the memory limit you want (default=768M).
4. Click Run or Start.
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OK, that’s the thing I did to change the maxfilesize and now I can’t access to the web panel configuration.

I was triying to connect via VPN and nothing.

Do you know if I can access to the rock 64 if I connect directly trough the router?

Sorry. I do not use an Nextcloudpi installation.

But perhaps you can login with ssh e.g. Putty and then

sudo ncp-config

How to configure NextCloudPi | NextCloudPi Documentation

I’ll try that.

Thanks so mucho for your time