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  1. you need to cd to the correct directory in order to run the script. cd config/www/nextcloud/ then run the script with user abc
  2. Have a read here. Basically you run an occ command from console. I ran it with user "abc" instead of "www" as the documentation suggests.
  3. Have you tried to disable chunking completely? That made a huge change for me.
  4. I don't get this. I tried plenty of settings and tweaks without trying to nag in this forum but now i am at a loss for ideas. The performance of uploading files through the webgui is soooooo slow. Around 30MB/s which i deem slow on a gigabit LAN and WAN. I totally understand that NC isn't perfect ootb in the sense that i needs some tweaking to get the best performance, but i tried a enough of the solutions without significant results that i am close to surrender my attempts. Share is cache enabled and according to "Diskspeed" i have no issues with read/write. Similar share settings for my "Downloads" share and speeds in nzbget is around 100MB/s. Has anyone managed to make any changes or tweaks that performs better than 30MB/s or have any suggestions as to what i should focus on? It's not as if i can't live with 30MB/s via the gui, but if higher speeds are possible i would really like to know. What i've tried. Using Postgresql instead of MariaDB. (Marginally improved CPU load when heavy use) Enable OPcache (No measurable difference) Tuned php-fpm (No measurable difference) What i haven't tried Redis backend NC Documentation links Link 1 Link 2 Linuxbots Link 1
  5. I have also followed Spaceinvader One's guide and having sort of the same issue and i can't understand why. Copy within the docker console works as expected, 5gb file copies in 8-10 seconds. I am getting slow uploads only (10MB/s), downloads are fine (90-120MB/s). There are som topics concering this issue over at Nextclouds forum but I am not getting anywhere with the solutions suggested over there. https://help.nextcloud.com/t/slow-upload-speed-i-need-advice/60909/14 I can't remember this being an issue looking back on using Nextcloud for almost 2 years. I had some trouble uploading large files and had to make some edits to the .conf file for swag to fix that. Other from that, nothing has changed.
  6. I have this same issue. Where did you find the .env file though?
  7. Has anyone had problems uploading logos? I can not see my uploaded logos after i saved them.
  8. I can not for the life of me get the Mattermost docker working with remote proxy. The documentation on Mattermost's site has an example of the config file for a subdomain but it is not working with SWAG (letsencrypt) and NGINX. Does anyone have this up and running and could share their configuration file?
  9. Do you have it up and running? Tried to use the documentation but never managed to get it working properly.
  10. Okay. Do you know why it starts every night at midnight? I read in this thread that loop2 refers to the docker image. It made me think that there could be an error with just the docker image.
  11. I have been having an issue where my log fills up with BTRFS error codes. It starts every night at midnight and then fills the log at around 7.30 in the morning causing execution errors for my docker container. I have tried my best at finding a solution by myself but i can't seem to fix it. Things i've tried: Disable docker and delete the image. Increased the log partition but it fills up eventually anyways. The only thing that helps to get rid of the execution errors is a reboot of the server. bighoss-syslog-20200720-0539.zip
  12. Did you get this working? Same issue here
  13. I got Xteve working but I didn’t like Plex’s gui for IPTV so I got rid of it completely.