I really don’t get why this is suddenly an issue. I mean if the ocm-provider directory isn’t there anymore there is nothing to resolve to, isn’t it? Also according to the example config in the documentation it was never really necessary to add any specific rules for subfolders in the first place…
# Specify how to handle directories -- specifying `/index.php$request_uri`
# here as the fallback means that Nginx always exhibits the desired behaviour
# when a client requests a path that corresponds to a directory that exists
# on the server. In particular, if that directory contains an index.php file,
# that file is correctly served; if it doesn't, then the request is passed to
# the front-end controller. This consistent behaviour means that we don't need
# to specify custom rules for certain paths (e.g. images and other assets,
# `/updater`, `/ocm-provider`, `/ocs-provider`), and thus
# `try_files $uri $uri/ /index.php$request_uri`
# always provides the desired behaviour.
index index.php index.html /index.php$request_uri;
Same goes for Apache, where it is even easier, Just use the following config from the official documentation and the included .htaccess files should take care of everything for you:
Require all granted
Options FollowSymLinks MultiViews
I never had any error messages like this for years, and all I ever did was upgrading Nextcloud with the integrated updater, and there was never even a single reason to adjust my web server config
Use the configurations from the docs unless you have a specific reason to use a different configuration, and everything should just work.
If it still doesn’t work, or if you have a special configuration for whatever reason, maybe because you’re running it behind a reverse proxy or on a web hosting platform etc, open a new thread and describe your setup in detail, and post your web server and reverse proxy configs.
Without detailed information about your setup no one can actually help you, and you just end up pasting someone else’s config snippets into your web server configuration that may work for that person’s particular configuration, but probably won’t work for yours.