@jodumont Actually I meant the original error logs from Nextcloud or are those gone by now and the issue somehow resolved? Asking since apparently then it was not related to the add-missing-primary-keys command?
@jodumont yes. Samba is the only protocol on your list that is really made to be mounted locally. Personally I would try to avoid having to rely on php for access to remote filesystems (regardless of the protocol).
@Bortseb Yeah, best way to get familiar eh! Always worth making up your own mind, I just added in case you were a disappointed once you did get connected and to be aware what I think at least is worth your time on setups, as I know from years of System Admin for a team of about 50, they can often only be as quick or organised as the tools we give them.
Good that it works now. For clarification, an app restart will reset all Cloudron specific settings, in case they were misconfigured or more importantly in case the information has changed on the Cloudron side (like a password, port or secret)
@girish They are unusual I would say, yes. It's a file that is being updated on a daily basis so it has a file history of 30 different versions in NextCloud. They are .db.crypt12 files, which is a database backup of WhatsApp about 120MB in size.
@necrevistonnezr indeed, previous versions of Cloudron would allocate more memory for redis based on the app's memory limit. This limit was not settable by the user. In 5.2, we have made the redis limits visible and configurable by the user. Our 5.2 migration script should ideally could have been smarter and allocated more memory to redis.