After all the other network enhancements I have been working on, it was time to get some centralized logging going on. While I considered Logging Made Easy (LME) from CISA - this looked like just an abstraction on top of the ELK stack. Since I already had implemented that years ago, I elected for the latter and the die was cast.
I've been running Nextcloud at home for almost a decade now. It's been invaluable and I don't really think we could easily live without it at this point. The time had come to migrate from my fairly old server to a new one backed by our internal network storage. Here's the story (complete with gotchas & tweaks) that got it running under Ubuntu 22.04.