Nextcloud version: 20.0.4
Operating system and version: DSM 6.2.3
Apache or nginx version: Apache 2.4
PHP version: 7.3
After setting up Nextcloud, there are still some warnings/tips showing up in the settings app.
- Some app directories are owned by a different user than the web server one. This may be the case if apps have been installed manually. - /volume1/web/nextcloud/apps/etc etc.
- Your web server is not properly set up to resolve “/.well-known/caldav” and “/.well-known/carddav”.
- No memory cache has been configured. To enhance performance, please configure a memcache, if available.
- The database is missing some indexes. Due to the fact that adding indexes on big tables could take some time they were not added automatically. By running “occ db:add-missing-indices” those missing indexes could be added manually while the instance keeps running.
I have been running Nextcloud on a Debian VPS for several years, relying on these forums for tips and how-to´s. Unfortunately, I just can´t find information to help me resolve above issues because DSM is not a typical Linux OS where I feel comfortable editing files through SSH.
My questions come down to:
- What permissions in /volume1/web/nextcloud/apps/ do I need to revoke? I have revoked everything that is not the http user but the warning stays;
- What file do I need to modify to resolve the “/.well-known/caldav” and “/.well-known/carddav”. errors?
- My system already has PHP-FPM. How do I ´tell´ Nextcloud that I have caching in place?
- How do I run occ db:add-missing-indices on my DSM? There is a Task application but no matter what, the warning stays.
Is this the first time you’ve seen this error? (Y/N): No, it happens everytime I set-up Nextcloud on my Synology.
Steps to replicate it:
- Download the Nextcloud zip;
- Unpack it in a webstation folder;
- Go to the Nextcloud instance and log-in to it.