Softaculous <![CDATA[NextCloud install via cPanel w/AlmaLinux OS]]>
Softaculous does not check the OS it checks the following requirements :
1. PHP version
2. PHP extensions
3. MySQL version]]>
Tue, 20 Feb 2024 05:06:40 GMT
<![CDATA[staging WP can't login]]>
It could be cache.

However glad to know it works now. ]]>
Tue, 20 Feb 2024 05:04:49 GMT
<![CDATA[NextCloud install via cPanel w/AlmaLinux OS]]>
The NextCloud document you sent is what actually caused the reason for my post. The initial requirements do not list the OS we're running. Here is the list they state:
Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (recommended)
Ubuntu 20.04 LTS
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 (recommended)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8
Debian 12 (Bookworm)
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15
openSUSE Leap 15.5
CentOS Stream

Softaculous installed it anyway on our OS which is: Linux 4.18.0-513.9.1.el8_9.x86_64 x86_64

While I understand Linux it Linux, Different distributions can reek havoc when attempting to install and run applications. So I'll ask the question a different way:
What analysis does Softaculous do prior to offing an automated installation of an application to ensure it will actually install properly and operate properly? In the environment we're using?]]>
Mon, 19 Feb 2024 19:29:57 GMT
<![CDATA[staging WP can't login]]>
Mon, 19 Feb 2024 14:25:28 GMT
<![CDATA[Reselling Resources]]>
Quote From : jevingala February 19, 2024, 11:44 am

You can set the primary storage of Master too.
When he chooses to create on Master then his Primary storage would be selected.

Thank you I didnt notice both are set as primary. thank so much]]>
Mon, 19 Feb 2024 11:55:55 GMT
<![CDATA[Reselling Resources]]>

You can set the primary storage of Master too.
When he chooses to create on Master then his Primary storage would be selected.]]>
Mon, 19 Feb 2024 11:44:05 GMT
<![CDATA[Reselling Resources]]>
Error: No server found which fits in the criteria for your VPS configuration : <br>*Following servers were excluded - <br>*Server ID: 0, Reason: localhost | Required number of IPv4 : 1 and I support : 0<br>*Server ID: 1, Reason: Slave 1 | Space Required : 200 and I support : 0

So in my research I was told to set the primary storage to slave server which I did and it worked no error and provisioned all right, now lets says a user that had resources on master server cancels his order and we get those resources back and I want to resell them, how would I sell them if primary storage is set to slave server not master. Is there anyway around this>]]>
Mon, 19 Feb 2024 10:16:49 GMT
<![CDATA[Clean history task]]>

We do not have option delete a specific task but you can set a retention value in Configuration->Master settings->Tasks retention to have older tasks rotated.]]>
Mon, 19 Feb 2024 07:37:58 GMT
<![CDATA[Login panel]]>

Please open a support ticket so that we can access your server and have a look at it :]]>
Mon, 19 Feb 2024 07:37:09 GMT
<![CDATA[NextCloud install via cPanel w/AlmaLinux OS]]> >> 1. How is memory configured for disk storage Ram and cache?

This is configured by your web hosting provider so you will need to contact them for more information on this.

>> 2. What base utilities were installed with NextCloud?

All utilities that comes with default NextCloud package is installed by default. The installation via Softaculous is exactly same as you would have installed the app manually.

>> 3. What system dependencies were considered to support the install of NextCloud in our OS environment?

We followed the following requirements as stated by NextCloud :

>> 4. Where are all the files stored for the NextCloud required directories (need file library structure)?

The files are stored in the public_html folder of your cPanel account. You can use the File Manager to access the files. And the data directory is created in your Home Directory which can also be accessed via File Manager.

>> 5. What performance settings were established on the initial installation?

The performance is based on your web server configuration which needs to be done from WHM. Softaculous does not configure the web server.

>> 6. Where and how are those performance settings established?

You will need to contact your hosting provider or cPanel team on how to configure these settings.
Mon, 19 Feb 2024 06:55:12 GMT