OS VERSION: 4.4.x
HARDWARE: sony xperia xa2, xperia x
UI LANGUAGE: french
A nextcloud account used for saving purpose will be filled with a lot of saved data files over the time, eating up all available space. The problem is that saving is done far too often, because it follows the sync period. If i sync every 30 minutes, i got two saved data per hour. If that file is about 20Mbytes, it means 40Mbytes / h, nearly 1Gbyte per day. When i realized the problem, i had about 130Gbyte of saved data in the SailfishOS folder of my nextcloud, for about 6 months of usage.
A nextcloud account
Configure your nextcloud account, enable « sauvegarde » (probably « backup » in english), configure a small sync time (30min / 1h), and see that on nextcloud the SailfishOS folder gets filled with lots of backup files.
Saving data should not be done more than once per day.
Old files (> 30 days, for example) should be purged automatically.
The same name should be used for the saved data. After all, nextcloud itself keeps old versions of the files, so if i need an old version i can trust nextcloud for this.
Too many files created, not purged.
Nextcloud hub v24 on a dedicated server.