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  1. Have you tried making large uploads in the iOS Nextcloud app?
  2. No it normally sits at “100” [emoji848][emoji2373] I may try another Battery Backup; same model Tripplite though. Need to buckle down and buy a APC I guess but $$$
  3. I saw some talk too about Nextcloud for iOS not uploading in “chunks” like browsers and Android etc. I suspect it perhaps has something to do with that at this point [emoji848][emoji2373]
  4. Any ideas on how or where to begin troubleshooting NUT randomly saying that server is on battery backup and shutting down? It’s a Tripplite 1050SLT UPS. I’m positive power isn’t being lost. Did this once last week and once this week. Good news is it’s safely shutting down system; bad news is erroneously and randomly LOL.
  5. Okay, figured PHP junk out; no change. Now I’m on to trying to figure out “fastcgi” stuff found here: https://docs.nextcloud.com/server/15/admin_manual/configuration_files/big_file_upload_configuration.html I just don’t understand where it’s telling me to make fastcgi changes. Anyone had any experience with changing fastcgi stuff and have any advice? This deal literally driving me bonkers not being able to figure it out(uploading large files through iOS Nextcloud app). [emoji2361][emoji2361][emoji2361][emoji26][emoji26][emoji26] I just don’t understand how no one else has hit this rock wall like I have.
  6. So...my above fiasco(couple posts up). Still no resolution, sadly. Does anyone know in exactly which files to edit to turn "proxy_request_buffering off"? It's literally the only thing I haven't tried. I have changed "client_body_buffer_size" to 512 in Letsencrypts>nginx> proxy.conf. in Letsencrypt>nginx>nginx.conf I have client body size set to 0. In Letsencrypt>nginx>proxy-confs>nextcloud.subdomain.conf I have client max body size set to 0. In Nextcloud>nginx>nginx.conf I have max body size set to 0. In Nextcloud>nginx>site-confs>default I have max body size set to 0. I have changed "client_max_body_size" to 0 in all the different places it could be, that I can find, a factor. Google says in Nextcloud UI under basic settings at one point their was a max filesize option but im assuming at this point that in v17 that doesn't exist as it's nowhere to be found under basic settings. Not sure what else to do other than try turning proxy buffering off. Not sure exactly which error logs I need to check for further information, either. I am at a total loss at this point 😞 In Nextcloud GUI under Settings>System I see a "external monitoring tool" link. In that link it opens I seen a few lines that jumped out at me "<php> <version>7.3.13</version> <memory_limit>536870912</memory_limit> <max_execution_time>3600</max_execution_time> <upload_max_filesize>2097152</upload_max_filesize>" But I haven't slightest idea where the upload_max_filesize figure is coming from? Any help and guidance would be awesome 🙂
  7. Well a few lines up your domain, I assume, still is there by “array”... if that’s the case. [emoji3]
  8. I’m far from a expert but I’d imagine the Overwrite Host/CLI can’t point a domain you don’t control. Not sure about yours specifically but I’m my a nextcloud.subdomain.conf I had to have my server name as its url, not a name.*. It never did work right having it that way for me despite having first part of subdomain correct.
  9. https://github.com/nextcloud/ios/issues/396 Wonder if perhaps theirs some way to still do this with Nextcloud? Don’t see whatever directory he’s referring to for correct file to edit though??
  10. So I fixed PART of this problem.. still need a little help though. Thought I fixed it 100% as I DID got rid of the 413 error(turning off temporarily the Cloudflare Proxy)... Basically, now, when I upload the 2.5gb file mentioned above the WHOLE file uploads in the iOS Nextcloud app, it sits on screen saying 2.54gb of 2.54 uploaded. Just sits, never says finished. If I look at my Unraid Server.. it fills the NORMALLY 50% docker.img to over 80%(and sends me a panicked email). Almost hangs Unraid server up; everything comes to a crawl. Wouldn’t mind the blip if file would finish but then it just starts uploading all over again without deleting its previous attempt. In essence never finishing though. Been trying to read and figure it out, but afraid to meddle in too much. I suspect it’s a cache/tmp directory problem but I just don’t quite know enough to figure it out. https://docs.nextcloud.com/server/stable/admin_manual/configuration_files/big_file_upload_configuration.html Tried looking where this referenced but with NC on Unraid the file structure must just be different enough that I cant figure out where those specific files are I guess rendering it not a possible solution. Any help would be greatly appreciated. [emoji26] If a Diagnostics upload would be helpful please let me know. With having to restart Nextcloud when this happens not sure what log files would be useful, sorry for the ignorance on my part. Edit: still also not sure if the Proxy Max Temp File Size thing I mention in post above is perhaps a relative culprit [emoji848][emoji2373] Edit2: if useful. Run Command: root@localhost:# /usr/local/emhttp/plugins/dynamix.docker.manager/scripts/docker run -d --name='nextcloud' --net='proxynet' -e TZ="America/Chicago" -e HOST_OS="Unraid" -e 'PUID'='99' -e 'PGID'='100' -p '444:443/tcp' -v '/mnt/user/nextcloud/':'/data':'rw' -v '/mnt/user/appdata/nextcloud':'/config':'rw' 'linuxserver/nextcloud'
  11. Maybe IpCam app, after reading description seems very possible, was using Cambozola and that’s where my issues start and end. Meh, will definitely take a look at zmNinja. Thanks!
  12. Seeing a lot of this: ".WAR-/usr/share/zoneminder/www/includes/functions.php/778 [ZM_OPT_CAMBOZOLA is enabled, but the system cannot find /usr/share/zoneminder/www/cambozola.jar]" in the logs. Can anyone explain Cambozola significance? On maybe a unrelated note, I was using IpCamViewerPro on my iPhone to remotely, through VPN, watch cameras. Today I had to turn SSL off in the app to see cameras. I have never put a signed HTTPS certificate, but to best of my knowledge it's always worked in IPCamViewer with SSL enabled and now it requires me turn OFF SSL. Does anyone happen to have any idea if recent update with Zoneminder could've caused that/been related?
  13. I’m far from helpful but FWIW the 3 times I’ve tried GUI updates it’s resulted in failure every single time. Subdomain reverse proxy. [emoji848][emoji2373]