Nextcloud role

Deploy Nextcloud Docker container.

Usage

Configure the role.

vars.yml

# https://hub.docker.com/_/nextcloud/
nextcloud_image: nextcloud:19-apache
nextcloud_hostname: nextcloud01
nextcloud_volume_name: nextcloud_data01 # default: "{{ nextcloud_hostname}}"
nextcloud_volume_backup_set: # See restic_backup_set var in role restic-client
nextcloud_trusted_domains: nextcloud.example.com
nextcloud_admin_user: admin
nextcloud_admin_password: "{{ vault_nextcloud_admin_password }}"
nextcloud_postgres_hostname: postgres01
nextcloud_postgres_user: nextcloud
nextcloud_postgres_password: "{{ vault_nextcloud_postgres_password }}"
nextcloud_postgres_db: nextcloud
nextcloud_mail_hostname: mail.example.com
nextcloud_mail_encryption: tls
nextcloud_mail_port: "587"
nextcloud_mail_from: noreply@example.com
nextcloud_mail_username: bot@example.com
nextcloud_mail_password: "{{ vault_nextcloud_mail_password }}"
nextcloud_redis_hostname: redis01
nextcloud_redis_password: "{{ vault_nextcloud_redis_password }}"
nextcloud_integrity_check: true # default: false

And include it in your playbook.

- hosts: nextcloud
  roles:
  - role: nextcloud

Docs

Add Redis config manually

In case the Redis container is deployed after Nextcloud has been initated, the config below must be added to the config.php to enable Redis caching.

'memcache.distributed' => '\OC\Memcache\Redis',
'memcache.locking' => '\OC\Memcache\Redis',
'redis' => [
     'host' => 'nextcloud_redis_hostname',
     'password' => 'nextcloud_redis_password',
     'port' => 6379,
],