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Latest revision as of 09:00, 6 June 2019

Home > CentOS > CentOS 7.x > Web Based Tools > Owncloud > Owncloud file cache and sharing

CentOS 7.x Owncloud file cache and sharing

Table oc_filecache has cache information. But that information is used in oc_share to understand which files are shared with whom. Hence the information in that table is critical. If there is a path issue then use:

   su - apache php occ files:scan --all

For faster recovery we can also given path such as

   su - apache php occ files:scan --path "admin/files/HR DEP/hr2"

In any case do not truncate or delete rows from oc_filecache manually or else all sharing will get broken.

Refer:


For file locks error during scan

Go to maintenance mode, delete all rows from filelocks table and then switch of maintenance mode using:

    sudo -u apache php occ maintenance:mode --on
    (With MySQL)   truncate table oc_filelocks;
    sudo -u apache php occ maintenace:mode --off



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