Nextcloud VM – 2 TB

(1 customer review)

51.00 Price including. VAT: 51.00

Price is ONE TIME, not a subscription.

See description below for more information regarding this VM.

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Description

This VM is based on the same code as the original Nextcloud VM. In the same way as our other VMs, this also auto-updates to the latest version upon first boot when running the setup script. This VM is pre-installed with a 500 GB ZFS formatted drive for the data, which is mounted on a separate volume in the VM for easier management and backup. The file is in. OVA format for installation in VMware and VirtualBox. It can also be converted to run on other hypervisors. The file size is around 2 GB before it’s extracted.

Production ready: Yes

If you want a custom sized VM, please check this out.

Config when built
Ubuntu Server 22.04 (minimal) LTS 64-bit
Apache 2.4
PostgreSQL 14
PHP-FPM 8.1
Linux Kernel: 5.15
Redis Memcache (latest stable version from PECL)
PHP-igbinary (latest stable version from PECL
PHP-smbclient (latest stable version from PECL)
Nextcloud Server Latest
LDAP (Nextcloud app)
SMB-ready
Collabora Online / Onlyoffice
Nextcloud Talk
DATA disk: 2000 GB
OS disk: 40 GB


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1 review for Nextcloud VM – 2 TB

  1. Helmut Janetzko (verified owner)

    Installed it on QNAP 451+ with Virtualization Station 3.

    At first I had some problems with the script, but Hansson IT fixed it and I had a successful automated installation and a ready to go virtual Nextcloud Server running.

    Before I tried a lot of methods to bring Nextcloud to QNAP … qpkg-packages, Docker-Container, manual installation with Qapache, but they all had problems with stability and filesynchronization to the NAS.

    But now everything works perfect.
    I have a stable 2 TB Virtual Ubuntu Server that’s stores the Nextcloud files direct in its filesystem and it is independent from the QNAP OS.
    And I can make Snapshots of the Virtual Ubuntu Server with the QNAP Virtual Station.

    The programming is very good work and the price is worth it …

    Greetings
    Helmut

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