Hello my friends! My problem is that owncloud stopped working without did any action to the server. I noticed that the wordpress that I’m hosting too has some problem so I reinstall php7.4. The wordpress fixed but owncloud not. From the beggining even with the problem exists, the wordpress redirect me to one page saying me that there is a problem, but owncloud redirects me to browser error with code 599. Even the wordpress fixed, the owncloud still redirect me to browser error with http code 599.
First of all, sorry for my English and second thing to note that I’m newbie to this area of hosting etc.
I copied the crash-2023-10-09.log of owncloud and paste it to pastebin because it is too big: pastebin[dot]com/QKcwprsY
What can be the problem?
Thanks in advance to all the people!!
PS: I let the link because the crash_log is over 10k lines…
Thank you for your answer! Can you please tell me which module i have to download, because I cant find it and I’m a little noob. The strange thing (for me at least) is that owncloud stopped working without any action, without any update…
PHP 7.4.33 (cli) (built: Sep 4 2023 08:12:36) ( NTS )
Copyright (c) The PHP Group
Zend Engine v3.4.0, Copyright (c) Zend Technologies
with Zend OPcache v7.4.33, Copyright (c), by Zend Technologies
When I tried to install all these packages, It automatically downloads the php8 modules, so I purged the php8* and tried to edit the instructions you provided with the “php7.4”, but can’t install php-phpseclib. But even I downloaded all other modules, the owncloud host also give me http 599 error.
I don’t know what happening. I can’t see any other php version installed on my system instead of php7.4.
Should I uninstall completely the php from the system and install it again?
It was strange to me that it happened randomly without any action.
Sorry for the trouble and thank you all for your answers
i think it could be possible that your web server is still configured to use a different PHP version then PHP 7.4 and i think that different PHP version could miss the required database driver. Maybe it could be also possible that while the database driver is installed it is not enabled in the PHP configuration.
I think the whole problem depends on the underlying operating system and i think that the support of that operating system could better help to debug and solve this further.