Integrity Check for a file, that doesn't exist!?

Steps to reproduce

  1. Updated to 10.2.1
  2. go to Adminpanel
  3. check files that failed integrity check

Expected behaviour

List of files that exist

Actual behaviour

 Technical information
The following list covers which files have failed the integrity check. Please read
the previous linked documentation to learn more about the errors and how to fix

- core
		- ocm-provider/index.php

Raw output
    [core] => Array
            [FILE_MISSING] => Array
                    [ocm-provider/index.php] => Array
                            [expected] => 0c640fe229b0d25f3c291e368ad5a337df4c84e97d1ff750f6db6fa548d64f7caf78dd6b9ad23aa68fccdb747a380f399250a5cf1535b8029f09ea02d8c777ad
                            [current] => 




is folder “ocm-provider” just a typo which should read “ocs-provider”?

regards Stefan

The integrity check is examining your installation against the signature in the core directory and reports missing, modified or additional files. (see ).

In your case index.php and/or the directory ocm-provider (no typo) is missing.

Download the archive from and copy the missing file (directory) into your installation.

Is it possible, that you didn’t copy all the files before upgrading?

When you are absolutely sure, nobody deleted that file, please tell us, where you got your installation archive from. Maybe the file is missing there for some reason - then you should contact the distributor of that archive.

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downloaded the archive - there is no such folder and no such file - that’s why I suspected it might be a typo

ok - .tar has it …

issue solved

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i just have downloaded the following tar.bz2 as well as .zip files and both seems to include the ocm-provider directory including the index.php within it: