There were problems with the code integrity check. More information

Hi guys!
After restoring the data of the previous installation of owncloud, I encounter this error, I saw the error file receiving this result:

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
      • .htaccess

Raw output

[core] => Array
[.htaccess] => Array
[expected] => c00197d1a4d7a1db5bf43849acd10d2d7813705463ba02fe540b5d05328dcf078456e55dcd0450bb884a85bf25c66a596cdcf9108d26ba44d2287a35de26d72b
[current] => 9ae26b7e82553d870f1ff779bb675d25f82cfb742445acc05b0c6bf71fbe78e63a1f2361243e8834b77b157e4d130ce77a325c58abae5ca838d189e35de0fb70




I can not understand what I should do to be able to see the data, currently if I click on any data I see this screen:


did you restore the data like this?

or some other way?

do you use encryption?

Can you search the owncloud.log for the Request ID in your screenshot?

I reinstalled the data following the guide you posted, at the moment I do not use cryptography (except the https but I have set it before reinserting the old data folder).
I downloaded the log file, but it tells me it's too long to post it ...

You don't need to post the whole thing, just open it in a text editor, ctr + F , copy the RequestID and paste the log entries here with that RequestID ( you see that RequestID in your error ). I suppose it's one or two log entries.

it's ok?

The RequestID from your screen shot starts with IxrgN3

on the file that I downloaded is not present ... but the log file is downloaded from "settings"?

You can set the log level to 0 in the Settings, and try to perform an action where you will have an error, and download the log file then, and look for the error code.

I clicked on a file qualuqnue to receive the error screen posted above and the result is this

Okay, maybe you can try this

I installed the two php 7 packages and continue to find the same error ...

{"reqId":"3tyARYI8wfYOaMp7ngQD","level":3,"time":"2017-12-05T17:55:50+00:00","remoteAddr":"","user":"nemo","app":"PHP","method":"GET","url":"\/owncloud\/index.php\/avatar\/nemo\/64","message":"file_get_contents(\/mnt\/data\/avatars\/e5\/87\/f6146ebfbdefdc028c591643f220\/avatar.64.jpg): failed to open stream: No such file or directory at \/var\/www\/owncloud\/lib\/private\/Files\/Storage\/Local.php#213"}

Okay, that's a different error than you posted above.

That's progress :slight_smile:

Do you have the firewall app enabled?

theoretically not, if you tell me where I should check you I say with certainty ... however yesterday I managed to configure all the items that were in red on the page "settings" (https, memcache etc. etc.) the only one I have not yet configured is the cron entry

Hm, I just checked. The firewall app is an enterprise feature, so it can be the cause of the problem you are having.

should I disable it? and how?

No, I suppose you use the community edition, so you don't have that feature, so it can't cause any problems if it's not there.

10.0.3 stable is the version

I have noticed something, the IP in your browser is .24 but the error is telling you that under .29 it has not found ownCloud. Did you change something on your web Server configuration?

Try typing your servers IP in your browser and see if the apache2 start
page comes up

if I type only the ip, then without / owncloud, it redirects me directly to the owncloud login page
trying to change ip does not load the apache page

Try this:

and if it don't help please set the log level to 0, in the settings in the web ui, provoke a few errors by clicking on pictures, and send the log file.

It's very difficult to solve the issue without it.