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I have nearly 40,000 folders with over 187,000 files to add to a nextcloud server. I did quite a bit a research and finally find an answer which I give below. I added this here so others did not need to do the searching to find the solution.

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I eventually found an explanation on help.nextcloud.com by fab. Here is a summary of the steps to use.

  • Working as root or using sudo.
  • Find where the nextcloud data is stored. You typically will find this in the /var/www/nextcloud/config/config.php. Search for datadirectory such as grep datadirectory /var/www/nextcloud/config/config.ph/config.php
  • Determine which sub-directory you want to place the data you are loading and load the data to that directory.
  • Change the ownership: chown www-data:www-data -R /<directory you loaded to>/
  • cd /var/www/nextcloud
  • Include the new directories and files into the nextcloud database with: sudo -u www-data php console.php files:scan --all

This may take some time. The 187,000 files on my system took 17 minutes to do the scan.

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