Unsolved Restoring Nextcloud Backup: "External Error: unable to chmod: ENOENT: no such file or directory"
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I'm having problems restoring a Nextcloud install.
From the logs, it looks like my server ran out of memory running backups a few nights ago using rsync method.
When cloudron updated versions to 6.36 i ssh'd to the machine and rebooted manually since the reboot button in the dashboard wasn't working. I'd seen the backup/memory errors but thought nothing of it, I'd just increase the machine's power later.
Since rebooting, I haven't been able to get into my nextcloud install. Visiting its domain gives me the vanilla Nextcloud login page as if it were a fresh install.
Restoring from backups doesn't work either, I've tried restoring from a previous 4 backups from when it was working that are saved externally, and each time I get the error:
An error occurred during the restore operation: External Error: unable to chmod: ENOENT: no such file or directory, chmod '/home/yellowtent/appsdata/fcc75854-dac9-4155-8540-0658c64029e0/data/appdata_oc55aync5e49/spacedeck/spacedeck.nexe.bin'
I've tried creating a file with that name manually as its restoring from a backup, but no luck.
I've tried cloning from a working backup and get the same error. I'm not able to stop or pause the container to do a recovery either, the only option from the dashboard available is Retry Task.
I'm kind of at a loss what to try next. Anybody face a similar issue? Have any luck fixing it?
For the record, i have auto-updates turned off for Nextcloud, i check these forums before updating just in case.
Its version is Nextcloud 21.0.3 and cloudron app version email@example.com
@sock_check_foo hard to say what might be the root cause here. If you want us to take a direct look at it, please enable remote SSH support and send us a mail with your dashboard domain to firstname.lastname@example.org