Components "Update ASAP"


#1

New to GitLab. The component section in the Admin says Update ASAP.
I’ve run apt-get update, apt-get upgrade, and apt-get install gitlab-ce says I have the latest version.

Gitlab doesn’t seem to tell me which component needs to be updated. Can anyone point me in the right direction on how to update this? I’m running Gitlab-ce Omnibus via Docker.

GitLab 11.3.4 (30f019d)
GitLab Shell 8.3.3
GitLab Workhorse v6.1.0
GitLab API v4
Ruby 2.4.4p296
Rails 4.2.10
postgresql 9.6.8


"update asap" message in GitLab Admin, but already on latest version
#2

Well, the newest version of gitlab is 11.4.3 (dce6f33), so you’re not running the newest.

I doubt Gitlab uses the packaging system to find out if newer versions are available, so it’s highly likely that your package lists just aren’t upgraded or you’re using some not updated mirror, or …
We’ll need to know what linux distribution you’re running gitlab on, to provide better help. Personally I have no experience using docker, so I don’t know what to check.


#3

Thanks, I ran this to fix the issue.

sudo docker exec -it gitlab /bin/bash

curl -s https://packages.gitlab.com/install/repositories/gitlab/gitlab-ce/script.deb.sh | bash
apt-get install gitlab-ce

#4

Hmm, this didn’t work for me.

I’m in the same boat, 1 year later:


#5

That reddit thread doesn’t show that you’ve executed the curl command, so saying that it didn’t work for you seems a bit premature.

I won’t ever recommend doing anything of the form curl | sh. Download the script the curl command points at, review it, and then execute the downloaded script (it might have changed upstream, so don’t think about doing the curl | sh-thing, or do something with the same effect that make more sense in your setup.