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We are up and running and fixed the issue with this commands!

sudo rm -rf /var/lib/zentyal/conf/ssl
sudo /usr/share/zentyal/create-certificate /var/lib/zentyal/conf/ssl `hostname --fqdn`
sudo systemctl start zentyal.webadmin-nginx.service

That's exactly what the release-upgrade code does at L:248 Did you upgrade from >=6.2.7?

Just for curiosity, because these commands should not be needed.

The ugrade to Zen7 button is offered again, but if you pust it, in the upgrade windows it says "This will upgrade your Zentyal 6.0 to Zentyal 6.2 Community edition"...
Tested on 2 servers

Thanks! fixed in 6.2.8 ;)

Hi all,

Thanks for the feedback. Until now we have not been able to reproduce issues in the upgrade process itself (few issues that were affecting deployments with multiple DCs have been fixed now). What is very important is that you have the system fully updated and in the latest version (6.2.7) and also, that you have Internet connection (network connectivity issues might cause errors in the upgrade process). Please also make a full backup and have a roll-back procedure in place before upgrading.


Ok, thats the same, the button of the GUI runs a CGI that executes the release upgrade script, keep in mind that you used an outdated script because the latest and proved release script for 6.2 was released yesterday in zentyal-core 6.2.7 in

The issue that you suffer occurs because the new version of nginx needs a longer key than the old, if you already have an updated version of zentyal core (7.0.x) you'll need to run

rm -rf /var/lib/zentyal/conf/ssl
/usr/share/zentyal/create-certificate /var/lib/zentyal/conf/ssl `hostname --fqdn`

Anyway, if you have a backup, restore it, update your system to the latest 6.2.x version of every package and run again the upgrade.

Hi Gabor,

Please note that you should upgrade from Zentyal 6.2.7. This issue is handled by the release-upgrade script in this line, so... the issue probably occurred in a previous upgrade stage, anyway, you have to update every package of your system before launching the script, otherwise the script won't continue (this is handled by the "checkPendingPackages" in L:69). How did you do your upgrade?

 I think you used an outdated version of "release-upgrade"

Hi all,

The upgrade path from Zentyal Server Development 6.2 to 7.0 has been published now. When you upgrade the 'zentyal-core' package to its latest version, "Upgrade button" will appear on the Dashboard.

We would recommend you to follow this checklist to avoid issues:

* Make sure you don't have pending updates
* Back up your server and data before upgrading
* Make sure that there are no errors in the /var/log/zentyal/zentyal.log file
* Make sure that there is space available on the disk
* Make sure that the server is updated
* Make sure that there are no broken packages
* Make sure that there are no errors in the internal Samba database or in the MySQL databases
* Make sure that you have Internet connectivity
* Click on the Upgrade button on the Dashboard
* Make sure that the packages have been updated

The official documentation for Zentyal Server 7.0 will include more detailed instructions (it will be published shortly).

Looking forward to receiving your feedback and comments.

Installation and Upgrades / Re: Zentyal 7 release date?
« on: January 26, 2021, 07:25:02 pm »

Thanks for the feedback and comments. Zentyal 7.0 is now released, you can find all the information here:,35132.0.html

If you hit any issues, please report them through GitHub


News and Announcements / Zentyal 7.0 available!
« on: January 26, 2021, 01:58:16 pm »
Hi all,

The Zentyal Development Team is glad to announce that Zentyal 7.0 is available for download now!

This is a new major release of the Zentyal Linux Server. It is based on Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS and comes with the latest versions of all the integrated software, featuring Samba 4.11 and SoGO 5.0.1.

This new version is available for download at:

You can find out all the details in the official announcement and changelog:

If you hit any issues, please do report via GitHub:

Looking forward to receiving your feedback and comments!

Edit 12/06/2021: Updated download links

Installation and Upgrades / Re: Zentyal 7 release date?
« on: January 12, 2021, 02:02:57 pm »
Hi! Beta version is experimental and might still go through some important changes so it would definitively be recommended to make a fresh install with the final version of 7.0. Cheers.

Installation and Upgrades / Re: Zentyal 7 release date?
« on: December 30, 2020, 02:32:43 pm »
Hi all,

The Zentyal Server 7.0 Beta version is now ready for testing. You can download it here:

We are still polishing the Proxy and CA modules (we are aware that there are some minor issues). We are specially interested on receiving your feedback on the Samba module.

You can report any issues & bugs in this thread. All the feedback is much appreciated.

Hi all,

Thanks for your interest! The beta version should be available for testing next week. Will post an update here when you can download it.

Installation and Upgrades / Re: Zentyal 7 release date?
« on: November 04, 2020, 05:00:52 pm »
Hi David,

Sure, thanks for the offer! I´ll let you know when the first ISO is available for testing.


Installation and Upgrades / Re: Zentyal 7 release date?
« on: October 30, 2020, 02:20:25 pm »
Hi David,

We are currently working on the 7.0 version. As this is a major release, there are quite many changes going on on the background that require out attention still. We estimate that the new version should be out in 6-10 weeks.



A new ISO of the Zentyal Development Edition (v. 6.2) with a new APT (GPG) key is now available here:

(You can find the MD5 checksum here:

If you need to update the public key in an existing deployment, simply follow these steps:

## You will the following warning: NO_PUBKEY 07BE4CBFFDE85677
sudo apt-get update

## Installing a required package
sudo apt-get install gnupg2

## Downloading the new public key
sudo wget -O - | sudo apt-key add -

sudo apt-get update

Hi everyone,

We are already working on this, probably today or tomorrow we'll publish a fix.

Many thanks!

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