Version numbers after updating to latest
Tonight, one of my Nextcloud apps received an update. The event log history tells me that:
- Update of Nextcloud at cloud.example.com started from v4.9.2 to v4.10.0
One minute later:
- Nextcloud at cloud.example.com was updated to v4.9.2 ("This app packages NextCloud <upstream>21.0.3</upstream>")
In the Notifications section: Nextcloud at cloud.example.com updated to 21.0.3 (package version 4.9.2) xx minutes ago
Nextcloud itself advertises version 22.0.0. Is this a copy&paste error in the changelog/packaging manifest?
Both my Nextcloud apps were "updated to 21.0.3 (package version 4.9.2)". One is working, the other is status "not responding" in the app dashboard.
Screenshot of login page attached:
Should I reinstall the "not responding" one from an earlier backup?
@oj yes. Reinstalling helps. If you start the update again, open the logfile window and look for lines like
Aug 11 14:24:31 Disabled incompatible app: groupfolders. In my case, incompatible apps were the problem.
@luckow Thanks, that worked.
I had to disable the following incompatible apps:
- Group Folders
- Automated Tagging
- Track Downloads
They all show up in the App Store as "enable Untested App"
https://docs.cloudron.io/apps/nextcloud/#fixing-a-broken-install has info on how to disable broken apps. I will put a link to the nextcloud app/plugin warning again - https://docs.cloudron.io/apps/nextcloud/#plugin-warning
@luckow I think this is a duplicate of https://forum.cloudron.io/topic/5422/notifications-get-app-versions-wrong
Update: all previously disabled apps now running flawlessly after the latest 22.1.1 update. The new "Voice Messages" feature in Talk/ Spreed is delightful!