12.0.5 and 11.0.7 are out – time to upgrade!


Today we released bugfix releases to the stable Nextcloud series, 12.0.5 and 11.0.7. They come with many small improvements to improve the stability and reliability of your Nextcloud server, and as usual we strongly recommend to upgrade at your earliest convenience.

Main changes

The main changes are:

  • More reliable unlocking (#7144), handling of SWIFT (#7409) and syncing (#7407). S3 gets support for legacy V2 auth (#7758)
  • Make groupfolders work better with shared files (#7323)
  • Improved compatibility with zip file downloads (#7779)
  • Improvements to samba/windows network drive compatibility and performance (#7774, #7962)
  • Minor performance improvements (#7464, #7577)
  • Fix scss webroot and url rewrite, needed for our Snap image (#7688)

You can find a full list in our changelog.

Nextcloud 11.0.7 has a subset of these improvements, including the zip fix and samba enhancements.

You can get Nextcloud 12.0.5 from our download page and 11.0.7 from our changelog.

As always:

remember, an up-to-date server is a more secure server. Update as soon as you can!

Notable Replies

  1. The productive system runs with the latest version now. Quick and easy - as always - and absolutely flawless, thank you! :slight_smile:

  2. I installed the update remotely and it completed without any problems. Should even not login again. I’m impressed!

  3. Metoo :slight_smile: I couldn’t find any mistakes. Looks so far good! Good work and thanks to the responsible person!

  4. @Schmu: lets move to private messages, … I’m not sure if posting about this specific Problem in this thread is rigth.

  5. I am currently on 11.0.6 with production channel. But updater tells me to upgrade to 12.0.5. (also tested with stable channel makes no difference) is the update to 11.0.7 only supported via manual?

  6. Does 12.0.5 require Php 7+ ?

    I’m still looking for a reliable way to upgrade from 12.0.4 safely. I have nearly lost the whole thing twice by following the instructions in the documents or web updater.

    What is the best way to do incremental upgrades? And then not lose the encrypted data?

    Thanks

  7. Update from 12.0.4 to 12.0.5 with the web updater worked absolutely fine with me (server on Ubuntu 16.04.3 LTS migrated from oC, Clients Ubuntu desktop and Android).

  8. are there blocking issues for nextcloud box?
    still on 12.0.4…

  9. Installed NextcloudPI (Nextcloud on Raspberry PI) for the first time 2 weeks before 12.0.5. Upgrade from 12.0.4 to 12.0.5 went flawlessly.

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