Out of the blue, my Nextcloud doesn’t seem to be working. I cannot connect to the website and my syncing software is saying no connection.
The Nextcloud is running on Ubuntu 18.04 with Nginx, php7.2 fpm I believe. For months it worked without having to go in the terminal until now. When I tried to reach the page, I got the following.
I switched off Cloudflare and then got this
I don’t know where my log files are, I’ve used this to install with
sudo snap install nextcloud
And when I try
snap info nextcloud
I get the following,
summary: Nextcloud Server - A safe home for all your data publisher: Nextcloud✓ store-url: https://snapcraft.io/nextcloud contact: https://github.com/nextcloud/nextcloud-snap license: unset description: | Where are your photos and documents? With Nextcloud you pick a server of your choice, at home, in a data center or at a provider. And that is where your files will be. Nextcloud runs on that server, protecting your data and giving you access from your desktop or mobile devices. Through Nextcloud you also access, sync and share your existing data on that FTP drive at school, a Dropbox or a NAS you have at home. commands: - nextcloud.disable-https - nextcloud.enable-https - nextcloud.export - nextcloud.import - nextcloud.manual-install - nextcloud.mysql-client - nextcloud.mysqldump - nextcloud.occ services: nextcloud.apache: simple, enabled, inactive nextcloud.mdns-publisher: simple, enabled, active nextcloud.mysql: simple, enabled, active nextcloud.nextcloud-cron: simple, enabled, active nextcloud.nextcloud-fixer: simple, enabled, active nextcloud.php-fpm: simple, enabled, active nextcloud.redis-server: simple, enabled, active nextcloud.renew-certs: simple, enabled, active snap-id: njObIbGQEaVx1H4nyWxchk1i8opy4h54 tracking: latest/stable refresh-date: 13 days ago, at 03:29 UTC channels: latest/stable: 18.0.4snap1 2020-04-25 (20498) 243MB - latest/candidate: ↑ latest/beta: ↑ latest/edge: master-2020-05-08 2020-05-08 (20776) 247MB - 18/stable: 18.0.4snap1 2020-04-25 (20498) 243MB - 18/candidate: ↑ 18/beta: ↑ 18/edge: 18-2020-05-08 2020-05-08 (20771) 244MB - 17/stable: 17.0.6snap1 2020-05-03 (20616) 229MB - 17/candidate: ↑ 17/beta: ↑ 17/edge: 17-2020-05-08 2020-05-08 (20770) 229MB - 16/stable: 16.0.9snap1 2020-05-03 (20623) 225MB - 16/candidate: ↑ 16/beta: ↑ 16/edge: 16-2020-05-08 2020-05-08 (20767) 225MB - 15/stable: 15.0.14snap1 2020-01-20 (18374) 216MB - 15/candidate: ↑ 15/beta: ↑ 15/edge: ↑ 14/stable: 14.0.10snap1 2019-05-04 (13208) 202MB - 14/candidate: ↑ 14/beta: ↑ 14/edge: ↑ 13/stable: 13.0.12snap1 2019-05-03 (13155) 193MB - 13/candidate: ↑ 13/beta: ↑ 13/edge: ↑ 12/stable: 12.0.13snap1 2019-01-07 (10632) 206MB - 12/candidate: ↑ 12/beta: ↑ 12/edge: ↑ 11/stable: 11.0.8snap1 2018-05-10 (6942) 202MB - 11/candidate: ↑ 11/beta: ↑ 11/edge: ↑ installed: 18.0.4snap1 (20498) 243MB -
I don’t know how to approach this. It seems like an SSL error.
Also my nginx config,
I thought this was interesting,
I went to /var/www/nextcloud but the nextcloud folder doesn’t exist. It was never deleted so I don’t know if that matters.