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Steps to reproduce
Trashbin should load.
Trashbin doesn't load, 500 returned to PROPFIND request.
Operating system: Centos 7.6
Web server: Apache/2.4.6
Database: mysql Ver 15.1 Distrib 5.5.60-MariaDB,
PHP version: PHP 7.3.0
Nextcloud version: 15.0.0
Updated from an older Nextcloud/ownCloud or fresh install: updated from 14 (and 15 beta/rc)
Where did you install Nextcloud from: zip file
List of activated apps:
Are you using external storage, if yes which one: No
Are you using encryption: No.
Nextcloud log (data/nextcloud.log)
I tried to run a
I guess cc @icewind1991 because you refactored the trashbin code
The actual error I get is:
i have the same problem my log goes as
also additionaly an account where there are no deleted files successfully loads the page saying that there are no deleted files.
and also when i create one textfile and then deletes it works. - i can see and recover it in deleted files.
I have the same problem
@icewind1991 Do you have any thoughts on this?
@ALL i am in the situation that loads of data got deleted that need to be recovered as soon as possible, and at least preferably before they get deleted in the trashbin. that should happen in about 10 days.
I have a filesystem backup of the data, so it should not get lost entirely, but its like 30GB, and its on the other side of the world with not so fast internet connection. do you have any recemendation, how i could add the data to server again directly?
Edit: Don't follow this workaround, there is a PR with a proper fix. See the next comment for details.
As a workaround, try this:
Then, replace this line by the following:
Don't read the rest if you just want a quick fix.
Unless someone from the team jumps in to provide some help/guidance I probably won't research this further and won't submit a PR, simply because I still think this is not a correct/good fix and I don't have the time to work my head around the code to make a good one :(
@kesselb I am running 15.0.5 and the problem is still there. Wasn't it released?
Here is some extract of the logs:
I too get this problem and I'm on 15.0.5
I'm using S3 as my primary storage.