Seafile update 7.1.0 – 7.1.4 on Centos

Cloud data storage is an online storage model in which data is stored on numerous servers distributed over a network, provided for use by clients, mainly by a third party.

We have previously covered installing Seafile 7.1.0 on Centos 7. Install the minor update.

Stop seafile and seahub services

$ sudo systemctl stop seafile seahub

Install utilities

$ sudo yum -y install python3 python3-setuptools python3-pip
$ sudo pip3 install --timeout=3600 Pillow pylibmc captcha jinja2 sqlalchemy django-pylibmc django-simple-captcha python3-ldap

Switch to user seafile

$ sudo su - seafile

Downloading the release

$ curl -OL https://s3.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com/download.seadrive.org/seafile-server_7.1.4_x86-64.tar.gz

Unpack

$ tar xzf seafile-server_7.1.4_x86-64.tar.gz

Transfer the downloaded archive to the installed directory

$ mv seafile-server_7.1.4_x86-64.tar.gz installed

Removing the symlink

$ rm -i seafile-server-latest

Create a new symlink

$ ln -s seafile-server-7.1.4 seafile-server-latest

Rename the configuration file (in version 7.1.4 it already comes with the extension .conf.py)

$ mv conf/gunicorn.conf conf/gunicorn.conf.py

Switching to a user with sudo rights

$ exit

Launching the seafile and seahub services

$ sudo systemctl restart seafile seahub
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