Nextcloud with cloudflare SSL, loading slow and lost packets

1. Disable Caching for NextCloud
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Nextcloud with cloudflare SSL, loading slow and lost packets

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Nextcloud is an open-source file hosting service that allows users to store and share files securely in the cloud. It is designed to be easy to use and customize, making it a popular choice for individuals and businesses alike. In this blog post, we will discuss how to configure Nextcloud with Cloudflare SSL and optimize its performance for faster loading times and fewer lost packets.

First, let's start by installing Nextcloud on your server. You can follow the official installation guide for detailed instructions

Once you have installed Nextcloud, you will need to configure it to use Cloudflare SSL. To do this, you will need to obtain a Cloudflare API key and configure your domain's DNS settings to point to Cloudflare. You can find detailed instructions on how to do this in the Nextcloud documentation

Once you have configured SSL, you may notice that your Nextcloud installation is loading slowly and losing packets. This can be caused by a number of factors, including slow server performance, high network latency, or issues with the Nextcloud configuration.

To optimize the performance of your Nextcloud installation, you can try the following steps

1. Optimize your server's resources
Make sure that your server has enough RAM and CPU power to handle the load of your Nextcloud installation. You may also want to consider upgrading your server if it is running low on resources.

2. Use a content delivery network (CDN)
A CDN can help to reduce the load on your server by caching static assets such as images and videos on servers located closer to your users. This can improve the speed of your Nextcloud installation, especially for users located far from your server.

3. Optimize your database
Make sure that your database is properly optimized for your Nextcloud installation. You may want to consider using a faster database engine or optimizing your database queries to reduce the load on your server.

4. Use caching
Caching can help to improve the performance of your Nextcloud installation by storing frequently accessed data in memory, reducing the number of database queries required.

5. Optimize your Nextcloud configuration
Make sure that your Nextcloud configuration is properly optimized for your server and network environment. This may include adjusting settings such as the maximum upload size or the number of concurrent connections allowed.

Here is an example of how to configure caching in Nextcloud

// nextcloud/config/settings.php

$settings['caching']['enabled'] = true;

$settings['caching']['type'] = 'memcached';

$settings['caching']['servers'] = [

['host' => 'localhost', 'port' => 11211],


In this example, we are enabling caching and using the memcached caching type. We are also specifying the host and port of our memcached server.

By following these steps, you can optimize the performance of your Nextcloud installation and improve its loading times and reliability. It is important to regularly monitor your server's resources and make adjustments as needed to ensure that your Nextcloud installation continues to run smoothly.

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