Commit 2f73a28b authored by Fabien Combernous's avatar Fabien Combernous

Merge branch '44-minors-fix-of-doc' into 'master'

Resolve "minor documentation fixes"

Closes #44

See merge request !45
parents 2033da86 8003d38a
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......@@ -17,8 +17,8 @@ Install and configure Nextcloud instances.
The module installs and configures Nextcloud. It can also extend Nextcloud by installing applications from Nextcloud store.
The 1.X versions of this module permit to install several instances of Nexcloud on a same node.
But this feature is removed for version 2.x. It is now only be possible to install one instance on a node.
The 1.x versions of this module made it possible to install several instances of Nexcloud on a same node.
But, this feature is removed for version 2.x and upper. Now, it is only possible to install one instance on a node.
## Setup
......@@ -65,7 +65,8 @@ During the install process one administrator account is created named `admin`, w
The application is installed in `/var/nextcloud-app`.
The data uploaded by users is, by default, in `/var/nextcloud-data` and can be modified by parameter `$config::datadirectory`.
If you modify the `datadirectory` path, the configuration will be updated but the data will not be moved and will stay in the previous path.
If you modify the `datadirectory` path on an already running Nextcloud instance, the configuration will be updated but the
data will not be moved and will stay in the previous path.
All config settings handled by parameter `$config` makes accordingly updates into file `config.php`.
But removing a setting from `$config` does not remove it from `config.php` (`ensure => absent` does not exists).
......@@ -93,7 +94,6 @@ But removing a setting from `$config` does not remove it from `config.php` (`ens
database_name => 'nextcloud_example',
database_user => 'user_example',
database_password => 'secret',
admin_password => 'secret',
system_user => 'www-data',
config => {
trusted_domains => [
......@@ -124,7 +124,7 @@ To upgrade this Puppet module applied on a running node, you can :
* disable temporary the Puppet agent with `puppet agent --disable`,
* stop the web server,
* rename the directory `/var/nextcloud-<fqdn>-<version>` into `/var/nextcloud-app`,
* upgrade Puppet module from 1.x to 2.x (warning: default value of `version` is changed),
* upgrade Puppet module from 1.x to 2.x (warning: default value of `version` has changed),
* check that all is ready with `puppet agent --test --noop`,
* re-enable the Puppet agent with `puppet agent --enable`.
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