Using Digital Ocean Spaces with Nextcloud

Digital Ocean Spaces fully compatible with nextcloud on either the sitewide level, or per user level.

Start by selecting Amazon s3 as an external storage engine.

Name the folder name whatever you would like. This shows up in the root of nextcloud.

In Nextcloud set the “Bucket” to the bucket name.

Set homename to {region}.digitaloceanspaces.com

Set port to “443”

Leave “Region” empty

Check “Enable SSL”

Works with or without “Enable Path style”

You’ll need to create and set a pair of keys as well.

 

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