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Cloud? Früher nannte man das Mainframe

Ich bin über den nachfolgenden Kommentar gestolpert und musste herzlich über die tiefgreifende Wahrheit und die pure Erkenntnis aus diesen wenigen Worten schmunzeln.

Mainframe hatten wir doch schon...

... alles in der Cloud ist ja sowas von gestern.

Das hatten wir doch alles, nannte sich Mainframe und kostete bei Verbindungsausfall eine Menge Geld..

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Schmunzeln musste ich wohl auch aus dem Grund, als dass der übernächsten Generation scheinbar immer das aus der aktuellen Generation verkauft wird, nur mit neuem Namen. Passenderweise ergab sich heute in einem Gespräch eine Parallele dazu über das Thema Bodypump und wie auch immer es heute genannt wird.

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migration from owncloud 9 to nextcloud 9.0.50

I just migrated my installation from owncloud 9 to nextcloud 9.0.50.
Only one thing is not working, the notes application simple shows me an empty list of notes. beside that, it is more like a new theme.

At the moment we only support manual migrations from ownCloud 8.2 and 9.0 to Nextcloud 9.

To do that please follow the usual upgrading steps:

* Delete everything from the ownCloud folder except data and config
* Download the Nextcloud 9 release from https://nextcloud.com/install/43
* Put the files into the folder where the ownCloud files where before
* Trigger the update either via OCC or via web.

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I did the following steps.

make a backup of your database

log into your server and cd to the owncloud path

#

assuming your installation is in the directory "cloud"

./occ maintenance:repair cd .. wget https://download.nextcloud.com/server/releases/nextcloud-9.0.50.zip unzip nextcloud-9.0.50.zip cp -rv cloud/config nextcloud/ cp -rv cloud/data nextcloud/ mv cloud owncloud mv nextcloud cloud cd cloud ./occ upgrade ./occ app:list

enable the apps you want

Update from 2016-06-26
I created a small upgrade.sh script. Here it is.

!/bin/bash

@author stev leibelt artodeto@bazzline.net

@since 2016-06-26

begin of runtime environment validation

if [[ $# -lt 1 ]]; then
echo "invalid number of variables provided"
echo "upgrade.sh "
exit 1
fi

if [[ -d backup ]]; then
echo "backup directory sill exists"
exit 1
fi

end of runtime environment validation

begin of local runtime variables

LOCALCURRENTDATE=$(date +'%Y-%m-%d')
LOCALURLTOTHENEXTVERSION="$1"
LOCAL
PUBLICBACKUPPATH="public$LOCALCURRENT_DATE"

end of local runtime variables

begin of downloading new version

wget $LOCALURLTOTHENEXT_VERSION
unzip *.zip

end of downloading new version

begin of making backups

cd public
tar --ignore-failed-read -zcf "public.$LOCALCURRENTDATE.tar.gz" public
./occ maintenance:singleuser --on
cd ../
mkdir backup
cp -rv public/config backup/
cp -rv public/data backup/
mv public $LOCALPUBLICBACKUP_PATH

end of making backups

begin of upgrade

mv nextcloud public
cp -rv backup/config public
cp -rv backup/data public
cd public
./occ upgrade
./occ maintenance:singleuser --off
echo "enable the apps you need with ./occ app:enable "
./occ app:list

end of upgrade

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web - ownCloud Server 8 is available

* Federated Cloud
* Favorites/Metadata support
* Improved Search
* Web interface enhancements
* Performance
* Admin Usability
* Improvements in Documents and overall speed and performance and a ton of bugfixes and polish.

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Happy upgrading :-).

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web - ownCloud Client 1.7.0 Improves Open-Source File Synchronization

Version 1.7.0 of ownCloud's open-source client is now available for this Dropbox competitor.

The ownCloud 1.7.0 client introduces support for overlay icons that are supported by the popular file managers where ownCloud is used, selective sync is another added feature, and there's been a huge amount of bug fixes and other improvements.

More information on the updated ownCloud 1.7.0 client can be found via this blog post by ownCloud developer Klaas Freitag.

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FrOSCon - ownCloud

By Björn Schießle.
I am the owner of my data!
Use and implements the User Data Manifesto.

Back In The Past

  • everybody owned a pc at home
  • data is stored localy
  • simple install open source software to ensure you are the owner of your data

Today

  • multiple pcs
  • access should be possible from everywhere

Open Questions In New World

  • where is my data stored
  • how has access to it
  • what happens if i change the service provider
  • what happens if the service provider changes core functions

User Data Manifesto In Short Terms

  • user has full control who has access to the data
  • user has to know where date is stored (server location, how is responsible of the server)
  • user has the right and the possiblility to switch to an other service provider (data are exportable, open standards are implemented)

What Makes OwnCloud Different?

  • you decide what happens to your data
  • simple runs of every webspace (php driven)
  • simple user interface
  • quite easy to sync your data
  • based on AGPLv3 and open standards
  • integration in GNU/Linux desktops
  • extendable, ownCloud is a plattform

Lets Talk About Files

  • files are available everywhere (web, desktop, mobile via webdav, browser, sync clint)
  • slide show for pictures included
  • multiple viewers available for text, pdf, odf, image, video, audio etc.
  • allows you to share files with others (scoped by groups with different rights)
  • provides mounting of external storaged like WebDAV, Dropbox, GDrive, FTP etc.
  • server based encryption
  • simple kind of versioning - last save wins
  • thrashbin implemented (to restore deleted files)
  • intelligent storage management included
  • conflict solving implemented in desktop sync client

Contacts

  • address book via webinterface or client
  • share address books with others (same permission handling as with files)
  • sync address book via CardDAV (?)

Calender

  • appointments via webinterface or clinet
  • show birthdays
  • share calender
  • sync calender via CalDAV

Newsreader

  • full workable newsreader included
  • google reader import
  • different clients (web, android, ios, qt-app, html 5)

Notes

  • app to write notes and tasks
  • android ap for working with tasks via CardDAV

And A Lot More

  • music player
  • url shorter
  • full text search
  • presentation via ownCloud
  • bookmarks (a firefox bookmark plugin is currently in development)
  • cards via OpenStreetMap
  • and many more

Desktop Integration

Wrap Up

    • file sync with keeping control for rights
    • free software and open standards
    • clients for major free desktops or mobile devices
    • integration in free desktops
    • plattform for many more applications
    • it is enterprise ready
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Web - Owncloud 2 veröffentlicht

Owncloud wurde im Januar 2010 von KDE-Entwickler Frank Karlitschek beim Camp KDE 2010 initiiert. Er stellte fest, dass die meisten Anwender einen einfachen Zugang zu Anwendungen, eine Anbindung an soziale Netze und einen standortunabhängigen Zugriff auf Daten wünschen. Die Tradition, in der ein Anwender an lokale Daten gebunden ist, unterliegt mittlerweile einem Wandel, denn die Zahl der Rechner, die ein Anwender einsetzt, wird immer größer, auch durch Tablets, Netbooks und Mobiltelefone. [...] Kalender und Kontakte kann man im Web verwalten und mit Anwendungen wie Thunderbird, Kontact und Evolution nutzen. Außerdem kann Owncloud Speicher für andere Webanwendungen bereitstellen, wofür das Protokoll von unhosted.org verwendet wird. Mehrere Anwendungen können dieses Protokoll bereits nutzen, damit kann man auf proprietäre Anbieter von Web-Speicherplatz verzichten oder problemlos von diesen zu Owncloud wechseln.

Quelle

Nach einem kurzen Test wird ein erweiterter Test folgen. Wenn man auch nicht alles benötigt hat es einige grundlegende Funktionen, die interessant sind. Daneben scheint die PlugIn-Entwicklung einfach zu sein.

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