I’m trying to setup a home Nextcloud instance on Fedora Server using nextcloud packages from repo.
I mostly followed the Fedora Wiki step by step to sort things into place and Nextcloud is now running in LAN.
However, upon examining “Overview” section in “Settings”, I was quickly highlighted the warnings about two errors:
The PHP memory limit is below the recommended value of 512MB.
PHP configuration option output_buffering must be disabled
And the info from “System” section suggested similar:
In comparison, the popular NextCloudPi seems to setup those values in a customized .ini file. Before going that route, I would be much appreciate if someone could point me out on how to get the packaged configuration into effectiveness.
Oh, good find! My nextcloud setup is interesting as it’s been going since 2014 (back when it was owncloud). It started as a regular Apache install. I moved to Fedora packaging and there was an unfortunate period of time where the nextcloud packages went stale due to a lapse in maintainers, so I no longer use the Fedora packages and just use the Nextcloud updater. The php-fpm values are in www.conf but that should correlate to your nextcloud.conf. The php.ini values I shared are in /etc/php.ini.
It sounds like the fix for that has already been pushed and you’re on the latest version. Have you tried restarting php-fpm (systemctl restart php-fpm) ?