i ve just set up my new nextcloudserver on my dell T20 server.
i gave it 2 of the 4 CPUs and 2.5 GB of RAM.
Also i have solved all the problems like memcache and php-settings so far.
At least the nextcloud doesn’t cry about it anymore, so i guess they should work.
But still the upload speed is very slow with approximatly 1.4 Mbit/sec.
Are there settings i can change to get the speed up?
I dont think its the ressources, because CPU and RAM are still quite bored acording to htop and nextcloud itself.
the server OS is ubuntu 18.04 LTS
how can i give you some config files? if i try to quote some in my post it simes to mess with the format of the text.
thanks for the hint.
Yes i checked my networkspeed.
The server is in my LAN so it should have gigabit connectivity.
I send one big file to the server on a network-share folder and it got there with around 100 MB/s according win-explorer. So i think that is ok.
I changed some things here but they didn’t improve speed that much.
The redis seems to work i think, at least it sometimes says that a file is locked, but they seem to get unlocked, at least the database oc_file_locked is empty.
I found some mysql hints to speed it up but it always says it cant find the variable
innodb_buffer_pool_size = 512M
i wanted to set it to 512 MB because RAM is 2.5 available so it should be ok, and if needed i could have increased it further, but it doesnt work.
Also, make sure, that the temp space, where php temporarily uploads it’s files to, is on a fast drive. I don’t know the T20, but usually this is placed in /tmp and if your server utilized a flash disk (aka Sata DOM), you might experience these speed issues when uploading. Note, that downloading would then be way faster, since this issue only affects the upload speed.
Also, the temp space must be able to acommodate at least the maximum allowed upload size set in NC.
thats a screenshot from htop while it was syncronising
it seems pretty board @budy i have installed it on an ssd, so it should be fast enough. @JohnWalker: i tried the settings you posted, but it doesnt change anything for me