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Application Name: Nextcloud

Application Site: https://nextcloud.com/

Docker Hub: https://hub.docker.com/r/linuxserver/nextcloud/

Github: https://github.com/linuxserver/docker-nextcloud

 

Note: Requires MariaDB or MySQL, please note the issues with binlogging detailed here.  This is a Nextcloud issue which we have no control over.

 

For setup guide please see the article on our website here.

 

For upgrading the Nextcloud version, please see this guide here.  Alternatively, you can update via the Nextcloud webui.

 

For linuxserver nginx container reverse proxy, please see here.

 

Please post any questions/issues relating to this docker you have in this thread.

 

If you are not using Unraid (and you should be!) then please do not post here, rather use the linuxserver.io forum for support.

 

EDIT 08/03/2017 :- IMAGE HAS BEEN MOVED FROM OUR LSIODEV REPOSITORY TO THE MAIN LINUXSERVER REPO. THIS MARKS A CHANGE IN STATUS FROM BETA TO RELEASE.

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Thanks linuxserver.io for your hard work

I want to know does it have file size limit? (owncloud dose have 1.5GB file size limit)

 

 

In other subject

can you help me setup Sabnzbd,sonarr,couchpotato and deluge the right way ?

 

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Thanks linuxserver.io for your hard work

I want to know does it have file size limit? (owncloud dose have 1.5GB file size limit)

 

The file limit can be changed, as to a limit, if there's one set by Nextcloud then they'll be one here.

 

In other subject

can you help me setup Sabnzbd,sonarr,couchpotato and deluge the right way ?

 

If you ask for help in the appropriate threads then yes people will help you.  But nobody is going to walk you through the whole setup as that is quite a large undertaking.

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If you ask for help in the appropriate threads then yes people will help you.  But nobody is going to walk you through the whole setup as that is quite a large undertaking.

 

I did know who to use them already use them in Windows

I mean the folder setup only

Thanks CHBMB

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It looks like this suffers from the same issue that the OwnCloud beta did. That is, it stores files in the /config folder not the /data mapping.

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It looks like this suffers from the same issue that the OwnCloud beta did. That is, it stores files in the /config folder not the /data mapping.

 

there is no "issue" and there never was any "issue" with the lsio owncloud beta either, change the location during setup.

 

http://imgur.com/8Pus7FT

 

 

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It looks like this suffers from the same issue that the OwnCloud beta did. That is, it stores files in the /config folder not the /data mapping.

 

there is no "issue" and there never was any "issue" with the lsio owncloud beta either, change the location during setup.

 

http://imgur.com/8Pus7FT

 

Noted, thanks. Can something be put in the description of the docker to maybe avoid this for others? I assumed that the docker would default to using /data because it was part of the default mapping but I understand why its not.

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Looking forward to try this out, but having an issue...

 

I created the database on a mariadb container and then pulled the nextcloud docker, but it will not start...

 

Is there anything else I needed to do to get this going?

 

Thanks for your help!

 

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Logs are helpful.  As well as how you've got this setup.  And did you read the link and change binlogging on MariaDB as detailed in the link?

 

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Logs are helpful.  As well as how you've got this setup.  And did you read the link and change binlogging on MariaDB as detailed in the link?

 

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Thanks for the reply....

 

I read the link, but did not change binlogging...

 

I'll give that a shot first and post my results.

 

Thanks!

 

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Tried to install using community applications and got a screenful of error messages. Screenshot attached. I updated the Community applications to the latest version before clicking on the add button. Running UR 6.1.9

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Tried to install using community applications and got a screenful of error messages. Screenshot attached. I updated the Community applications to the latest version before clicking on the add button. Running UR 6.1.9

If I was going to take a guess, either unRaid lost track of your flash drive, or your flash is corrupted.  Its not CA  Diagnostics should tell the story

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I just used CA to install Linuxserver.io's nginx docker without any problems. Could it be that the flash drive is only a problem for the nextcloud docker?

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I just used CA to install Linuxserver.io's nginx docker without any problems. Could it be that the flash drive is only a problem for the nextcloud docker?

Looked a bit closer.  Those errors are from the repositories.  Since you're using CA, there is zero reason to use repositories.

 

Go to Docker - Docker Repositories and get rid of everything in there.

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Thank you Squid. That fixed it. I did not realize that CA eliminated the need to have the repositories entered on the docker page. 

 

 

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Thank you Squid. That fixed it. I did not realize that CA eliminated the need to have the repositories entered on the docker page.

Since April 2015. (First release of Community Repositories)

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Thanks for this, was just looking in to Owncloud, discovered it was abandoned by most of it's devs in favor of nextcloud. I think I'll wait to switch over from a traditional cloud provider though for my data until you're not calling it beta any more, though. ;) Especially if conversion won't be easy/supported down the road.

 

Do you plan to integrate Mariadb like I think I saw was done with the Owncloud docker?

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Thanks for this, was just looking in to Owncloud, discovered it was abandoned by most of it's devs in favor of nextcloud. I think I'll wait to switch over from a traditional cloud provider though for my data until you're not calling it beta any more, though. ;) Especially if conversion won't be easy/supported down the road.

 

Do you plan to integrate Mariadb like I think I saw was done with the Owncloud docker?

Yes I would be great if you packaged it with Maria dB like you did with owncloud.

 

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How do I change the included ssl certificate and key to the ones I have from letsencrypt?

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How do I change the included ssl certificate and key to the ones I have from letsencrypt?

 

Inside the appdata folder or (/config) there is a folder calls "keys", inside that is two files cert.crt and cert.key, those need to be replaced by equivalent certs. I am not sure if you can use a Lets Encrypt cert here but as an example I just got the $9 cert from ssls.com and it works fine.

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I just reverse proxy everything and only use one set of keys.  Easier if you want to use a lot of applications.

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@kamhighway No I don't, I use StartSSL's free certificates.

 

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This is so awesome, im not good  at databases so if I could virtually nudge for the integration of Maria dB that would be great. 

 

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Would someone please help me trouble shoot my problem?

 

I've been getting 504 Gateway Time-out error after providing the admin and mysql credentials on a brand new install.

 

My unraid environment

ip: 192.168.0.200

version: 6.1.9

 

Here are the steps I've taken.

 

[*]Installed linuxserver/mariadb:latest

[*]Installed lsiodev/nextcloud:latest

[*]docker exec -t -i mariadb /bin/bash

[*]mysql_secure_installation

[*]mysql -uroot -p

[*]CREATE USER 'nextcloud'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'xxxxxx';

[*]CREATE DATABASE IF NOT EXISTS nextcloud;

[*]GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON nextcloud.* TO 'nextcloud'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'xxxxxx';

[*]SET BINLOG_FORMAT = MIXED;

[*]exit

[*]https://192.168.0.200/ (and provide admin user and db wizard setup)

[*]then I get the 504 gateway error

[*]when I reload the page I get the setup wizard form again

 

I can see the various tables being created prefixed with "oc_". I can also see the correct credentials are saved in nextcloud's 'config.php'. I have tried mariadb as well as mysql docker containers. would anyone know a way around this problem?

 

Thanks

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