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  • Since can't disable older version cannot use the occ command. I need it to try and reset the admin password.


    I don't use OwnCloud, nor do I have it installed. However, when glancing at online docs for it, it looks like it uses whatever the web server is using, which makes sense. Since you have your version selected in your Webconfig, do you also have the web server installed and running (i.e. Apache)? Additionally, in ClearOS, the command line will always show 5.4 as the php version, unless you run a version command for your choice of php engine, i.e. /opt/rh/rh-php70/root/usr/bin/php -v. The web server will use the one you've selected and having running in your Webconfig. Make sure to restart your two associated services at command line after changing the php version:


    Perhaps the config/config.php script for your Owncloud installation has a parameter in there that has to match your web server's php version?

  • Dirk Albring
    Dirk Albring's reply was accepted as an answer

    Re: php.ini changes not applied after edit. (Trying to change upload_max size for Clear OS 7.6 )

    So I believe you want not only to change "upload_max_filesize", but also "post_max_size", the latter exceeding the former in value. See this forum link for hints

    It wouldn't hurt to clarify how many files you're allowed to upload under the "max_file_uploads", keeping in mind that the total size in upload no matter the number of files cannot exceed the post_max value. I think the default to max_file is 20 at any rate.

    It's not going to hurt to make the changes in the php.ini script in both /etc/ and in /etc/opt/rh/rh-php72/, the former config file being for the default v5.4. Make sure you restart the associated services, at command line

  • So I believe you want not only to change "upload_max_filesize", but also "post_max_size", the latter exceeding the former in value. See this forum link for hints

    It wouldn't hurt to clarify how many files you're allowed to upload under the "max_file_uploads", keeping in mind that the total size in upload no matter the number of files cannot exceed the post_max value. I think the default to max_file is 20 at any rate.

    It's not going to hurt to make the changes in the php.ini script in both /etc/ and in /etc/opt/rh/rh-php72/, the former config file being for the default v5.4. Make sure you restart the associated services, at command line

  • I noticed something strange that when I did php -v in the command line it returned

    php -v
    PHP 5.4.16 (cli) (built: Oct 30 2018 19:30:51)
    Copyright (c) 1997-2013 The PHP Group
    Zend Engine v2.4.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2013 Zend Technologies

    When in the clearOS dashboard it states I'm using php7.2

    Not sure what to do?


    Look at his post

  • Dirk Albring
    Dirk Albring replied to a discussion, Let's Encrypt Expiry Bot

    Ahh, that may be why. I did a reinstall of COS a little over a month ago after my server crashed. It would've been under the same domain name though. Looking under Let's Encrypt on the Webconfig shows it expires on July 11, so it must've renewed recently.

  • Dirk Albring
    Dirk Albring replied to a discussion, Let's Encrypt Expiry Bot

    OK, thanks Nick. Looks like everything is OK. Logs say 'not yet ready for renewal' and the cron job looks like it tries to renew every day at 4:15 a.m. The logs concur with this.

  • Dirk Albring
    Dirk Albring started a new discussion, Let's Encrypt Expiry Bot

    Let's Encrypt Expiry Bot

    What handles updating your Let's Encrypt certificates so that they're current? I've gotten a second email telling me they're due to expire in 10 days. I'd rather not wait until 10 days transpires and have invalid certificates.

  • Dirk Albring
    Dirk Albring replied to a discussion, Global DNS

    Can you access your Webconfig from a browser on your LAN network, e.g. 192.168.1.254:81, then goto Network->Settings->IP Settings and edit your DNS entries?

  • I have learned from the past, that when leaving Automatic Updates enabled, changes can get pushed that rewrite config files to default and/or push new kernel versions and drivers that have negative effects to my server, so I leave Automatic Updates disabled in the Webconfig. Then I check for updates from the command line, so that I can see what packages are going to be updated. If I know it might have negative effects on my server, I won't do the update or I'll exclude certain packages when I do the update, if I'm certain they aren't part of the dependencies of the other packages being updated.

    I think it would be awesome if the devs would allow for an echo feature in the Webconfig, so we could see what yum is telling us as we're doing the updates. Then also provide a yes or no response to the current updates. Then at the least, we could go to the command prompt and exclude packages in the update. Better yet, allow check boxes to pick what updates we want to allow.

  • I guess where I was going with my comment was, I don’t use Kopano much at all, so I’m thinking with one user my openldap log wouldn’t be too big and overly populated with non-indexed Kopano dB attributes. However, maybe even with 4 users, if those 4 users use Kopano a lot, then perhaps the openldap log would be large in size with non-indexed messages.