Migrate CE to Pro with Docker¶
- Make sure you are running the Seafile Community version 7.0.x, if not please refer to Upgrade Documentation。
- Purchase Seafile Professional license file.
- Download the docker-compose.yml of Seafile Pro.
Stop the Seafile CE¶
To ensure data security, it is recommended that you back up your MySQL data.
Put your licence file¶
seafile-license.txt to the volume directory of the Seafile CE's data. If the directory is
/opt/seafile-data, so you should put it in the
Modify the new docker-compose.yml¶
Replace the old
docker-compose.yml file with the new
docker-compose.yml file and modify its configuration based on your actual situation:
- The password of MySQL root (MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD and DB_ROOT_PASSWD) should be consistent with the old one;
- The volume directory of MySQL data (volumes) should be consistent with the old one;
- The volume directory of Seafile data (volumes) should be consistent with the old one;
- The volume directory of Elasticsearch data (volumes), this is the directory used to store the Elasticsearch's index data, E.g：
Do the migration¶
The Seafile Pro container needs to be running during the migration process, which means that end users may access the Seafile service during this process. In order to avoid the data confusion caused by this, it is recommended that you take the necessary measures to temporarily prohibit users from accessing the Seafile service. For example, modify the firewall policy.
Run the following command to run the Seafile-Pro container：
Then run the migration script by executing the following command:
docker exec -it seafile /opt/seafile/seafile-server-latest/pro/pro.py setup --migrate
After the migration script runs successfully, restart the Seafile Pro container.
Now you have a Seafile Professional service.