Clean start of NextcloudPi docker fails on /var/run/redis/

  • Hi,

    I'm trying to start a Nextcloudpi docker and it always fails with the message:

    Starting redis-server: start-stop-daemon: matching on world-writable pidfile /var/run/redis/ is insecurefailedtried chown the file inside the docker with 700, 750 with no success, always same message... (probably I'm being a big noob here... sorry)How can I solve this?Thank you in advance

  • Didn't saw that specific topic. searched quite a bit for similar issues with what I had but not with much success. Specially on this specific image.

    I deleted the "ncdata" folder from my AppData folder and deleted the nextcloudpi image from docker then pulled everything again. And on the log it says that it is making a clean install.
    I simply followed your Youtube guide. First time it worked fast and smooth. It only failed now after I moved docker from one disk to another... all containers are fine with this exception, even after deleting everything and remaking.
    I though that with this image, everything was already made together inside one container? Or is there something else I should delete outside docker/container?

  • "Solved"

    Since it seems to me to be some kind of issue inside the docker folder... and I don't understand how to solve it...

    Did a backup from all containers setup commands.
    Removed docker
    Removed docker folder
    Made new docker folder
    Instaled docker
    downloaded all images again
    remade macvlan (pihole)
    remade all containers through command line to be faster than using Portainer interface
    all configs seem to be ok since I kept AppData folder
    made new ncfolder
    started new NextCloudPi
    Woking again now... Finally!
    SMB through NC working, letsencrypt, etc...
    Now, time to remake users, groups, etc, for all family members

    Thank you TechnoDadLife for the help.
    Looking forward for your next youtube videos :)

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