I want to update Nextcloud to the latest version, but I’m running NextcloudPi.
NextcloudPi admin panel defaults to 0
- The default is always a tested Stable release, specifically chosen to avoid bugs and incompatibilities.
- There is almost no community support available for this manual process, so by doing this you’ve effectively volunteered to become a serious bug tester.
- Incompatibilities and bugs are guaranteed.
How do I up date to latest XX.X.X release?
Simply write in what you want to update to: 20.0.1 from the admin panel.
Or, use Nextcloud Admin Settings to Update (sometimes flaky)
Highly suggested to backup and update through
ncp-config interface in case of any problems.
Can I backtrack after updating?
No, you’ll have to restore a backup you’ve made.
Can I switch back to the tested 0 release cycle?
Yes, just change to 0 and then you’ll have to wait until the conservative tested branch catches up to you.
What if I want to install a beta or RC (Release Candidate)?
Write in values are typically as follows:
If you do this: assume you will completely destroy your NextcloudPi setup. Never proceed on a system you care about. Other than potentially losing everything, please do help us with improving documentation and bug reports.