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I have put a new version of NextCloud out in the testing repo (NextCloud 15) and need some help with testing. Feel free to test it out and provide feedback. I would recommend testing it on a VM or making a snapshot first.

For a new install of the latest version of NextCloud run the command
yum install --enablerepo=clearos-contribs-testing nextcloud


To upgrade from NextCloud 13 to NextCloud 15 run the command
yum update --enablerepo=clearos-contribs-testing nextcloud


Let me know how it goes and happy testing!
Wednesday, June 19 2019, 07:48 PM
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    Tuesday, June 25 2019, 06:49 PM - #Permalink
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    Nick Howitt wrote:

    Hi Tyler,
    I've updated a 13.0.5 installation and it worked. The issue I don't like is that the first person who connects to the web interface has to push the "start upgrade" button or whatever it was called. This could be anyone from the user base, not just the sysadmin, as no login is required. It really would be best if we could completely bypass this step so it did the upgrade at the time of the installation. I looks like the upgrade() function is called from /home/devel/apps/nextcloud/nextcloud/core/ajax/update.php but I can't help much more.
    Nick,
    I was able to update NextCloud so you do not have to push the "start upgrade" button, but it does the upgrade automatically. Now when you upgrade and go to the web interface, it allows you to sign in as normal.
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    Thursday, June 20 2019, 03:11 PM - #Permalink
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    Nick Howitt wrote:

    Hi Tyler,
    I've updated a 13.0.5 installation and it worked. The issue I don't like is that the first person who connects to the web interface has to push the "start upgrade" button or whatever it was called. This could be anyone from the user base, not just the sysadmin, as no login is required. It really would be best if we could completely bypass this step so it did the upgrade at the time of the installation. I looks like the upgrade() function is called from /home/devel/apps/nextcloud/nextcloud/core/ajax/update.php but I can't help much more.

    Thanks, Nick. I'll take a look into that.
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    Thursday, June 20 2019, 08:43 AM - #Permalink
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    Hi Tyler,
    I've updated a 13.0.5 installation and it worked. The issue I don't like is that the first person who connects to the web interface has to push the "start upgrade" button or whatever it was called. This could be anyone from the user base, not just the sysadmin, as no login is required. It really would be best if we could completely bypass this step so it did the upgrade at the time of the installation. I looks like the upgrade() function is called from /home/devel/apps/nextcloud/nextcloud/core/ajax/update.php but I can't help much more.
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