Installation on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. Upgraded via package repo:
sudo apt update
sudo apt install gitlab-ce
Upgrade reported successful. I rebooted and ran:
sudo gitlab-ctl reconfigure
There was an error running gitlab-ctl reconfigure:
directory[/var/opt/gitlab/gitaly/internal_sockets] (gitaly::enable line 63) had an error: Errno::ENOTEMPTY: Directory not empty @ dir_s_rmdir - /var/opt/gitlab/gitaly/internal_sockets
Attempt to login to to web interface results in 500 error Whoops, something went wrong on our end.
but I don’t even have gitaly[‘internal_socket_dir’] configured so I am not sure what to do to allow to resolve the error. I couldn’t keep the service offline any longer so I reverted to a snapshot of the VM. What do I need to do to avoid this error when I attempt the upgrade again?
I upgraded two of mine last night from 14.9.3 to 14.10.0, prior to upgrade internal_sockets existed, after upgrade, it was gone. I do not have any issues with my version not working though, all works fine.
so I think if that really is the reason for it, then you can completely delete internal_sockets altogether. Just out of interest, are you using NFS? The reason I ask is seeing those .nfs files and also because NFS is deprecated Using NFS with GitLab | GitLab