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Is anyone else running the community edition of #Nextcloud getting a notification in the Android app that their server is at "end of life" and to upgrade despite being on the latest version? Are they killing off the community edition or something?
in reply to Jonathan Lamothe

Yes, Just checked. I am. I'm running a #self-hosted #nextcloud instance, version 25.0.10. I've been scared of update since I saw an issue a month or so ago with a bug that scared me (can't recall details sorry!)

Edit... just re-read this...I'm not latest version!

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in reply to Tom

@Tom I always do a backup immediately before an update in the event that something goes sideways. So far, I've never had to roll back, but it's a good thing to do regardless.
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in reply to Jonathan Lamothe

Yep, however the frequency of upgrades does also scare me. Move fast and break stuff! I must upgrade...v29...but four versions to hop!
in reply to Jonathan Lamothe

No, this shouldn't happen. What Nextcloud version do you use? Sometimes, if dependencies like the min. PHP version changes, the server doesn't show the update if the dependencies are not met. In such a situation it might look like you are on the latest version, while you are not.
in reply to Jonathan Lamothe

This explains it, Nc25 is out of life since October 2023, see the link I posted. The latest version is Nc29. I assume that you need to update your PHP version in order to update your Nextcloud.
in reply to Björn Schießle

Here you can find the latest versions and compare it to your version: https://github.com/nextcloud/server/wiki/Maintenance-and-Release-Schedule
in reply to Jonathan Lamothe

As said, one explanation would be that you run PHP 7.4 which was deprecated in Nextxloud 25 and is no longer supported in Nextxloud 26. In this case you are on "the latest version for your system" but not on the latest in general
in reply to Björn Schießle

@Björn Schießle I think I figured out my problem. I'm running an older version of PHP that is no longer supported by later versions.

Edit: It irks me that it didn't warn me about this before now though.

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