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Nextcloud is a suite of client-server software for creating and using file hosting services. Nextcloud is free and open-source, which means that anyone is allowed to install and operate it on their own private server devices.

  • To log in as Nextcloud superuser, you can use login: root and password: received by mail.
  • To start using NC over public Ethernet, you need to add https: 443 - >> http: 80 access via the Networks tab.
  • For use on private networks, you need to use the ip and hostname of the machine from the email received during registration.
  • Everything else is in the Nextcloud project documentation.


Param Value
Operating System CentOS 7.9 (2009)
License Free
Processor 4 CPU (1 Socker, 4 Core)
Disk 30 GiB
Filesystem auto-resize Logical Volume centos-root
Admin Account root
Admin Password sending to email
Network Interfaces 1 managed by NetworkManager
Initialization System cloud-init
Virtualization RHV
Updates -

Disk Partitioning

Partition Table: MBR

Filesystem auto-resize: N/A

Type Name Size, GiB File System
Primary boot 1 xfs
Primary centos 29 LVM VG
LV centos-root 28 xfs
LV centos-swap 1 swap


  • single network interface
  • managed by NetworkManager
  • you can view deploy scripts in /opt directory

Installed software

Additional software installed on system:

  • epel-release
  • ovirt-guest-agent
  • cockpit
  • docker
  • docker-compose
  • Onlyoffice



License and subscription are not required.