In ownCloud 7.6, the “Everyone” user count is showing up as “0” for me, even though there are clearly 3 users.
Do you use Directory (LDAP) ?
Yes I do.
I have a LDAP and it Count All of my Users and Groups = EveryOne 10
Read this manual first!
From the manual:
“New installations do not need the LDAP configuration because it is done automatically.”
My server was a new installation in this case.
ownCloud is already latest version No such app enabled: updater
login like admin pass Nethesis,1234
Already deleted the build-in admin account using the instructions on in the Neth documentation. I log in using the Neth admin password I set.
and what U have ? All is right ?
Still reported as 0.
There was no issue with the “No such app enabled: updater” message?
Here’s some errors being reported:
Debuguser_ldapRequested attribute primarygroupid not found for uid=admin,ou=people,dc=directory,dc=nh2015-07-03T19:28:23+00:00 Debuguser_ldapreadAttribute: uid=admin,ou=people,dc=directory,dc=nh found2015-07-03T19:28:23+00:00
Do you make ldap admin as Admin group ? Print screen please!
Owncloud has it’s own admin account , and LDAP admin does not have admin rights!
I don’t have access to the physical server ATM, but I tried the same thing with a virtual machine and received the same issue(s). See this screenshot:
show pls rpm -qi owncloud
i have same virtual and no prob !
go to the Administrarion TAB and Clic Users on LDAP module , then it will show count of users …
[root@server ~]# rpm -qi owncloud Name : owncloud Relocations: (not relocatable) Version : 7.0.6 Vendor: obs://build.opensuse.org/isv:ownCloud Release : 2.2 Build Date: Wed 10 Jun 2015 02:59:27 PM EDT Install Date: Sat 04 Jul 2015 01:35:10 AM EDT Build Host: cloud122 Group : Productivity/Networking/Web/Utilities Source RPM: owncloud-7.0.6-2.2.src.rpm Size : 98141620 License: AGPL-3.0 and MIT Signature : DSA/SHA1, Thu 11 Jun 2015 06:20:22 AM EDT, Key ID e23a79e1f25b5f70 URL : http://www.owncloud.org Summary : The ownCloud Server - Private file sync and share server Description : ownCloud Server provides you a private file sync and share cloud. Host this server to easily sync business or private documents across all your devices, and share those documents with other users of your ownCloud server on their devices.
Finnaly. Problem occure when you delete ownCloud admin user , to resolve it just create admin account with your prefered credentials and put this user to only one Group admin.
@alefattorini close pls topic
So, do we need to keep both admins to fix that problem?