Ok so this is a weird issue I'm having, as we all know owncloud upgrades are usually problem-some. I have been updating either via console sometimes via web since OC7 and usually managed to figure those out myself. This time I did an upgrade from OC18.104.22.168 > 9.0.4 [stable] via web which went smooth after I took care of some file ownership issues I did a server restart and everything seemed fine until I went over to mydomain.com/server-status to check to apache status and noticed that it displayed the owncloud login page, I checked all system logs, apache logs and owncloud.log and nothing showed up. After fooling around with the php.ini settings with no luck I decided to rename the oc folder and install a fresh version of OC, same issue. Since the server is low usage I decided to reinstall my snapshot with digital ocean from a week prior, so that brings me back to OC22.214.171.124 and obviously there are no issues. I make sure that no system updates could of accounted for the problem by ONLY updating OC via the browser and same issue, shows me login page for oc. At this point I figure it's strictly an OC issue so I revert back to the snapshot of the update (9.0.4) and decide to rename the oc folder again and this time tested it by wget'ing wordpress and extracting the contents into the root directory and checked my /server-status. Boom it works, I remove the folder and replace it with my owncloud installation again, check it and same issue. Pretty much at this point in time I have done a days worth of diagnostics and testing only to conclude that the updater is bugged in my installation. Just as an FYI this happens to my info.php file as well and some other files I tested, HTML shows up fine though. Has anyone faced an issue like this and how did you resolve it, if not do you have any ideas? Thanks
Steps to reproduce
Every page I visit (subdomain, subfolder etc) shows owncloud login page. It should show the contents of that page/directory.
/server-status & info.php and pretty much any other non html file shows the owncloud login page even though I'm in the actual directory, as if it was a parked domain or something.
Operating system: Ubuntu Linux 14.04.3
Web server: Server version: Apache/2.4.7 (Ubuntu) Server built: Jul 15 2016 15:34:04
Database: MySQL 5.5.50-0ubuntu0.14.04.1
PHP version: PHP 5.5.9-1ubuntu4.19
ownCloud version: 9.0.4
Updated from an older ownCloud or fresh install: Updated from 126.96.36.199
Special configuration (external storage, external authentication, reverse proxy, server-side-encryption): All traffic VIA 443, no domain name for install, encryption plugin used.
Integrity status for oC9+
No errors have been found.
(I did have a hash mismatch but extracted the two files from the archive and that fixed the hash issue)
Here is the log for the gui update Initializing Current version is 188.8.131.52 Online version is 9.0.4 [stable] Checking system eChecking system health.e - file permissions are ok. Creating a checkpoint Created checkpoint 184.108.40.206-57a2863376464 Downloading Current version is 220.127.116.11 Online version is 9.0.4 [stable] Downloaded 0% (0 of 39771461) Downloaded 100% (39771461 of 39771461) Updating core Extracting source into /var/www/html/cloud/_oc_upgrade/9.0.4 ownCloud or one of the apps require upgrade - only a limited number of commands are available You may use your browser or the occ upgrade command to do the upgrade Set log level to debug Turned on maintenance mode Checking whether the database schema can be updated (this can take a long time depending on the database size) Checked database schema update Checking updates of apps Checked database schema update for apps Updating database schema Updated database Starting code integrity check... Finished code integrity check Update successful Turned off maintenance mode Reset log level Updating apps Upgrading the application activity Upgrading the application comments Upgrading the application dav Upgrading the application encryption Upgrading the application federatedfilesharing Upgrading the application federation Upgrading the application files Upgrading the application files_pdfviewer ownCloud or one of the apps require upgrade - only a limited number of commands are available You may use your browser or the occ upgrade command to do the upgrade Set log level to debug Turned on maintenance mode Checking whether the database schema can be updated (this can take a long time depending on the database size) Checked database schema update Checking updates of apps Checked database schema update for apps Updating database schema Updated database Updating <files_pdfviewer> ... Updated <files_pdfviewer> to 0.8.1 Starting code integrity check... Finished code integrity check Update successful Turned off maintenance mode Reset log level Upgrading the application files_sharing Upgrading the application files_texteditor Upgrading the application files_trashbin Upgrading the application files_versions Upgrading the application files_videoplayer Upgrading the application firstrunwizard Upgrading the application gallery Upgrading the application notifications Upgrading the application provisioning_api Upgrading the application systemtags Upgrading the application templateeditor Upgrading the application updatenotification Upgrading the application external Upgrading the application files_external Upgrading the application user_external Upgrading the application user_ldap Finishing the update Done Done All done! This app will only backup core files (no personal data). Please always do a separate backup of database and personal data before updating. Backup Done on 18.104.22.168-57a28566bc09d August 03 2016 19:59