Mustangf22

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  1. oof... Yeah I can't help with that. sorry. That would be the blind leading the blind. Good luck! I did have something like that happen to me before though. I just gave up and never updated... Yeah I know I'm not much help
  2. If you look at the beginning of this thread you will see information on how to update. It has been asked many times on this thread as well. In short you do it through the Nextcloud UI in settings under overview. Spaceinvaderone also has some videos to show you how.
  3. I'm am only replying because I don't see anyone else replying yet, but I do know a work around to your problem. If you want to simply copy the files you are wanting to upload to your nexcloud share within your user's files you can then use OCC commands to scan the new files to add them to Nextcloud.
  4. I'm on 20.01 so I'm pretty sure you can upgrade. But I am only here because I needed a fresh install.
  5. Thanks for your help...I suppose i will just do a complete nextcloud reinstall.
  6. I have Appdata backup/restore plugin but for some reason the only backup it has is from last night at 3:00am. I have it set to do a weekly backup, I guess it erases the last weeks everytime it does one. (edit: looks like I had it set to delete if the backup was more than 1 day old.... LOL not sure what good that type of backup does)
  7. So when copying over the ibdata1 file it send mariadb off into the loop. Just copying the ib_logfileXX files is fine. Yet, running, " mysqlcheck -u nextcloud -p --auto-repair --check nextcloud " still gives me all the errors.
  8. Okay so after copying over the nextcloud db I get a ton of errors (keep in mind that I have not started the nextcloud container yet) # mysqlcheck -u nextcloud -p --auto-repair --check nextcloud Enter password: nextcloud.oc_accounts Error : Table 'nextcloud.oc_accounts' doesn't exist in engine status : Operation failed nextcloud.oc_activity Error : Table 'nextcloud.oc_activity' doesn't exist in engine status : Operation failed nextcloud.oc_activity_mq Error : Table 'nextcloud.oc_activity_mq' doesn't exist in engine status : Operation failed nextcloud.oc_addressbookchanges E
  9. Well now I'm back to the same broken mariadb... it won't respond to: mysqlcheck -u nextcloud -p --auto-repair --check nextcloud I just get: mysqlcheck: Got error: 2002: Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' (2) when trying to connect and it is looping again in the log: mysqld_safe Starting mysqld daemon with databases from /config/databases 201109 10:58:02 mysqld_safe Logging to syslog.
  10. All the files? basically replacing the working mariadb in appdata?
  11. Okay! success on that bit. I had to remove and the reinstall mariadb from the previous apps though instead of forcing update. mariadb seems to be working correctly now. Granted, i failed to change the 'password' to anything harder than 'password'
  12. can i Just delete mariadb entirely and start from scratch? will that affect my nextcloud?
  13. I tried the force update. still the same results...
  14. This is what i get when i do that: # mysqlcheck -u nextcloud -p --auto-repair --check nextcloud Enter password: mysqlcheck: Got error: 2002: Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' (2) when trying to connect #