We have a template when you create a topic, so we know the version of Nextcloud, the configuration, additional information from the logfiles… all this might be very helpful for others to help you.
A good quick test is to create a text file, after some time you do a few modifications, save again, … wait a bit and check if you see different versions (everything via web-interface). On the client side, it can happen that some programs delete the old file and create a new file with the same name instead. In this case, this won’t be detected as a version.
Versions app is enabled? Which version and which version of Nextcloud? Anything in the logs? When did the cronjob ran for the last time (in the webinterface: settings → Administration → basic settings).
I’ve set up a new device (odroidHC1), just armbian and NCP
versions seem to work…
even tough, I see following in the logs:
|Error|no app in context|OCP\AppFramework\QueryException: Could not resolve OCA\Files_Versions\Versions\IVersionManager! Class can not be instantiated||2021-12-31T09:58:34+0100|
|Error|no app in context|OCP\AppFramework\QueryException: Could not resolve trashManager! Class trashManager does not exist||2021-12-31T09:58:34+0100|
maybe that’s related?
→ I must have creatd the problem by faulty settings — but where ?