Use these commands when you upgrade ownCloud, manage encryption, perform backups and other tasks that require locking users out until you are finished.
maintenance maintenance:data-fingerprint Update the systems data-fingerprint after a backup is restored maintenance:mimetype:update-db Update database mimetypes and update filecache maintenance:mimetype:update-js Update mimetypelist.js maintenance:mode Set maintenance mode maintenance:repair Repair this installation maintenance:singleuser Set single user mode maintenance:update:htaccess Updates the .htaccess file
maintenance:mode locks the sessions of all logged-in users, including administrators, and displays a status screen warning that the server is in maintenance mode.
Users who are not already logged in cannot log in until maintenance mode is turned off.
When you take the server out of maintenance mode logged-in users must refresh their Web browsers to continue working.
sudo -u www-data php occ maintenance:mode --on sudo -u www-data php occ maintenance:mode --off
Putting your ownCloud server into single-user mode allows admins to log in and work, but not ordinary users. This is useful for performing maintenance and troubleshooting on a running server.
sudo -u www-data php occ maintenance:singleuser --on Single user mode enabled
Turn it off when you’re finished:
sudo -u www-data php occ maintenance:singleuser --off Single user mode disabled
maintenance:data-fingerprint to tell desktop and mobile clients that a server backup has been restored.
This command changes the ETag for all files in the communication with sync clients, informing them that one or more files were modified.
After the command completes, users will be prompted to resolve any conflicts between newer and older file versions.