Hello dear community,
I use hestia quick install feature to install nextcloud. I’m wondering where I could find all the settings for next cloud. I’d like to do some tweaks/adjustments (e.g. to add HTTP “Strict-Transport-Security” for more security…) I just can’t find the config file in /var/www , ~/web/… or /etc/apache2/site-available.
Hello dear community,
You have that option in:
Web -> Edit web domain -> Enable SSL for this domain -> Enable HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS)
Thnak you for your reply. I enabled the HSTS and the warning disappeared. However, it still shows many other warnings like “memcache should be enabled” and “PHP OPcache module is not properly configured”…
Take a look to how-can-i-change-settings-for-a-specific-domain
Keep in mind that most of those warnings could be ignored if you won’t be use nextcloud as a heavy user or for lots of users.
Anyways, to “resolve” the memcache/opcache warnings, you should install several php modules and also redis server for file_locking. The php modules should be installed for the php version nextcloud is using, I will show an example using Debian 12 and php 8.2:
apt install php8.2-apcu php8.2-redis redis-server
Once installed, edit your nextcloud config.php file (
/home/YOURACCOUNT/web/YOURDOMAIN/public_html/config/config.php) and add the following lines before the last line
'memcache.local' => '\\OC\\Memcache\\APCu', 'filelocking.enabled' => true, 'memcache.locking' => '\\OC\\Memcache\\Redis', 'redis' => array ( 'host' => '/var/run/redis/redis.sock', 'port' => 0, 'timeout' => 0.0, ),
Maybe you would also want to rise
opcache.memory_consumption to something like 128M or 256M… or whatever you could need, to do so, edit the
.user.ini file of your domain ((
/home/YOURACCOUNT/web/YOURDOMAIN/public_html/.user.ini) and add this:
Once done, restart your php-fpm service for your php version, in my case:
systemctl restart php8.2-fpm.service
Note, I’m using only nginx+php-fpm, if you are using nginx+apache+mod-php or php-fpm, the steps could change.
I hope this helps.
Thank you so much for the valuable answer. There are some settings need to added/adjust to a config file for the domain. Default: /etc/apache2/sites-available/MYDOMAIN. Something like <VirtualHost *:80>… DocumentRoot… and such such… There is no such file and even if I create that file, it’s not used. I’m wondering where the file for a domain sits. By your answer, it seems it’s in /home/MYACCOUNT/web/MYDOMAIN/public_html/ I should also put that in .user.ini or the .htaccess. I guess it’s .htaccess file since it uses mark up thingy or I should also put the apache settings in .user.ini file???
There’s not much said in the doc for that .user.ini file and how to use it. (what’s accepted and restrictions…etc)
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