I just upgraded from OC 9.0 (debian package from owncloud.org) to NC 10.0. Everything runs apparently smoothly (no error message) and I did not detect any issue at first. However, when I now try to connect to the calendar app, I get the following error message : “Vous êtes dans un fuseau horaire inconnu (Europe/Berlin), retour à UTC”.
Firefox JS console shows :
GET XHR https://[…]/index.php/apps/calendar/v1/timezones/EUROPE/BERLIN.ics [HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found 33 ms]
And I can see similar things in the server logs:
[error] 18869#0: *10734 open() “/index.php/apps/calendar/v1/timezones/EUROPE/BERLIN.ics” failed (2: No such file or directory), client: […], server: […], request: “GET /index.php/apps/calendar/v1/timezones/EUROPE/BERLIN.ics HTTP/1.1”, host: “[…]”
Calendars are not accessible anymore: the spinning wheel icon next to the calendar name is displayed and no event showed.
I will be happy to give more insights to help find the culprit. Let me know…
Thanks in advance,
It looks like you’re missing the timezone files that are included in the calendar app. See https://github.com/nextcloud/calendar/tree/master/timezones/
Did you update the calendar app when you updated Nextcloud? See if there is an update by visiting Apps -> Enabled -> Calendar.
No, I’m not missing these files. They are all present on the server, for instance:
[…]/apps/calendar/timezones$ ll EUROPE-BERLIN.ics
-rw-r–r-- 1 www-data www-data 356 sept. 19 21:54 EUROPE-BERLIN.ics
However, NC is looking for EUROPE/BERLIN.ics, which is failing.
Currently, Calendar shows 1.4.0 version, so the last released version.
For the record, I carefully applied the instructions there Migrating from ownCloud to Nextcloud.
Ahh, good catch. I did not notice that the first time through, sorry.
Can you test with a new user account and calendar? I wonder if it’s something broken in the calendar, or something in the current calendar data.
With a fresh user, I get the same error message and the events don’t appear with a continuous spinning wheel.
For the record, I remember having faced a similar issue with OC. Was solved by #524 pull request in owncloud/calendar github repo.
I tried to do a migration from ownCloud 9 to Nextcloud 10 to test this, but it’s running into version downgrade issues. I’ve not been able to replicate the calendar issue with a clean install of Nextcloud 10.
For sake of testing, could you try doing a clean install of Nextcloud 10 and then importing your calendars?
You may want to check https://github.com/nextcloud/calendar/issues for related issues or open your own bug report.
OK, thanks for the effort.
Since I’ve already checked the issues in github before coming here, I will open a new issue.