Tell us what should happen : Azure Blob Storage should be mounted on Owncloud through Storage account (External)
Tell us what happens instead : Every thing is configured but mount point of Blob storage with correct path given not allowing to store any data, to blob storage.
Operating system:18.04 Ubuntu LTS
Web server: reverieowncloud.com
Database: MYSQL/Maria DB
PHP version: version 7
ownCloud version: (see ownCloud admin page) latest
Updated from an older ownCloud or fresh install: fresh install
Where did you install ownCloud from: https://www.fosslinux.com/
Signing status (ownCloud 9.0 and above): all Good
Show output of
lsblk and then output of
ls -al /path/to/azure/block/storage
Am using Blobfuse to configure Azure Storage with Blob
You have to make sure that the folder that you’re trying to add as external storage is readable and writable by the user
What is the output of
mount? How do you mount this blob storage on system boot?
@eneubauer kindly refer below screen shots
Yes, external storage is readable and writable by the user
In the image with the permissions, it doesn’t look like it.
Can you run
sudo -u www-data touch /mnt/ramdisk/blobfusetmp/test but before that run
@eneubauer please find screen shot for above command
How are you configuring the external storage in the UI
If you do it in the admin interface as external storage, what happens
Does it go green? Does it stay red? Do you get an error message?
Can you find a message in the logs?
Have you tried configuring it for the mountpoint you specified? Currently it is showing
Can you point it to
Are you running ownCloud inside docker or not?
@eneubauer No, I am not running Owncloud inside Docker!
Shall i ? I don’t know the steps to follow!
See, it’s green now, so it should work. Can you confirm?
@eneubauer Its Green now!, I agree that
But, i want to store data in my blob through /mnt/ramdisk/blobfusetmp
When i tried adding some files, its not uploading on below screen shot location :-
Did you upload into the “Audio” folder?
If yes, is the file visible in
If yes, check the logs of your mounting tool.
@eneubauer Its not visible in /mnt/ramdisk/blobfusetmp` ?
Where is the file instead (in your file system)? Can you still see it in the WebUI?