Integrity check - 8000++ failures

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
[current] ==> (some 128 digit sequence)

Server configuration

Operating system:
Web server:
PHP version:
ownCloud version: (see ownCloud admin page)
Updated from an older ownCloud or fresh install:
Where did you install ownCloud from:

Here is the config_report:

Are you using encryption: no

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


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

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

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

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. ( )

What’s the matter with these files?


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…

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