A few days ago I wanted to upload all my pictures to my Nextcloud. No sooner said than done: I copied these files to the Nextcloud folder on my desktop PC and waited until the desktop client uploaded the files. This still hasn’t happened after 2 days of non-stop running, then I started to look for errors …
On the PC the CPU is almost underutilized, just like SSD or LAN. Nothing happened.
Then I found this manual the day before yesterday: Tutorial: How to migrate mass data to a new NextCloud server
So, I loaded the data (about 300GB, about 1k files) directly into the Nextcloud folder on the NAS that took incredible 30 min …
Now I executed the
occ files:scan --all … I ran that overnight and then aborted that, with the result:
that only about 7 files per minute were imported into the database. (Data: Ubuntu 16 LTS, OS@M.2, i3-6100, 16GB RAM).
The load was the whole night never over 4% CPU and 4GB RAM, the HDD load is not noteworthy.
Nextcloud is version 15.0.10, (apache2) php 7.3 with mysql and the rest should be up to date.
In the Nextcloud web interface under ‘Settings’, ‘Overview’ I get the warning “No memory cache has been configured. …” But this is not true.
Could this be the reason?
Of course, I followed the instructions in the manual:
I entered the following in
Unfortunately with the result that when I type
mysql into the console the error comes:
mysql: [ERROR] unknown variable 'innodb_buffer_pool_size=1G'
/etc/php/7.3/fpm/pool.d/www.conf I also entered the following:
pm = dynamic
pm.max_children = 120
pm.start_servers = 12
pm.min_spare_servers = 6
pm.max_spare_servers = 18
But if I also enter the following in the NC
config.ini independently of it, an internal error occurs:
‘memcache.local’ => ‘\OC\Memcache\APCu’,
I don’t know exactly what it depends on, I’ve tried everything filled (apache2, php, mysql reinstalled), but still it doesn’t work.
What else can I try? What do I have to look for?