Integrity check - 8000++ failures


#1

Steps to reproduce

  1. do an integrity check.

Expected behaviour

Check passed

Actual behaviour

I get a list of 8000+ failures.
All these files do have
[expected]==>
[current] ==> (some 128 digit sequence)

Server configuration

Operating system:
debian
Web server:
apache
Database:
MySQL
PHP version:
7.1.25
ownCloud version: (see ownCloud admin page)
10.0.10
Updated from an older ownCloud or fresh install:
updated
Where did you install ownCloud from:
softaclous

Here is the config_report:

Are you using encryption: no

Are you using an external user-backend, if yes which one: no


#2

Hey,

it looks to me that you have an “owncloud” folder within an “owncloud” folder which is causing those integrity errors.


#3

Thanks you very much for your care and your observation, you’re right.
I do have “/owncloud.trolink.de”, in which the most recent installation (v. 10.0.10) lives. And then there is “/owncloud.trolink.de/owncloud”, which is home to an older installation (v. 10.0.3).

Is it safe enough to just delete the older “owncloud in owncloud” directory?


#4

I dared to delete that nested “owncloud” folder. it seems that nothing was broken. :slight_smile:
Now a much shorter, but still long list of files without integrity is there, all in the “myadmin” folder. (https://owncloud.trolink.de/index.php/s/rxFkp2oyuJjtPoe )

What’s the matter with these files?

Cheers,
Wolf


#5

I would move that folder somewhere else, out of owncloud. Then look what happens.
If ownclouds integrity check claims that these files dont belong to owncloud, I assume this is true…