PHP issue updating to ownCloud 10.0.6 / service provider STATO

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#1

Hello owncloud user (and thanks the developer!). I use owncloud on the german service provider STRATO. To sync my calendar, my contacts and so on.

I updated my owncloud to version 10.0.6. Procedure: I allways place the new version on the server, my data to and replace the config.php.

But then I got an error message: PHP module is not installed or any other reason.

I solved the problem: it was an issue with the php version. Owncloud 10.0.6 seems not to work with php 7.1. So I change the running version to php 7.2.1 - and Ownclud works now fine again.
Maybe that helps somebody. It tooks me a few hours to ponder.


#2

ownCloud 10.0.x supports php 5.6, 7.0 and 7.1 - 7.2 is in tech preview since 10.0.6

If you had issues with php 7.0 it is due to a missing module as the error message suggested.

Usually installing the missing module and restarting the web server is enough.


#3

Thanks for your quick reply. I have uploaded my Owncloud to the webspace of the german provider STRATO. I can not change anything. But after switching the PHP version to the latest version, owncloud ran again.


#4

So you where lucky that the other php version has the missing module.

Do you remember which one it was?


#5

Now I have php version 7.2.1. - The not working version was a 7.1 one. In the user admin of STRATO you can choose between 5.6, 7.0, 7.1 and 7.2.


#6

Das fehlenden war PHP 5.6 Modul: php intl


#7

Thank you very much. For your german reply to! But I am not the administrator of the webspace. I use this provider STRATO only. - But the solution -> to change php to 7.2 <- works and is okay for me.


#10

No I was happy that the new php version works with owncloud. I am now on ownCloud 10.0.9 (stable) with no problems.


#11

Hey @dmitry @fl1tz,

this looks to me to one of those spambots posting a very vague question / statement and then coming back a few days later to circumvent the limitation of the forums to post spam links like seen above.


#12

Please, I answer only to the posts here. I solved my problem by switching to newer php version. I love owncloud and I was able to update to the new version 2 days ago without any problems. - It’s a comparatively old post. Please look at the date.I am now on 10.0.10.


#13

I think @tom42 was refering to the user @HB00, right?

If so, yeah, I noticed that behavior, not sure how to prevent this, other than delete those spammers.


#14

Hey,

in this case i was referring to a post of a spam bot in this thread you both (@dmitry and @fl1tz) answered which got already deleted in the meantime. Just to name an example, this happened today in the following thread as well: Internal Server Error New User Can't login

where you can see the later added link to a spam page days later:


#15

Yeah, just saw that post, and deleted it :smiley:

Thanks for noticing :slight_smile:

Also, I don’t know how to prevent that behavior. As you mentioned this is a circumvention of the anti spam mechanism.


#16

Hey,

thanks for deleting this post. I don’t think there is that much what could be done here besides reporting the spam from user side to get it deleted by a moderator.