My “Server Installed” version of bitwarden is 2022.12.0. When I log into the instance I see the following:
" => There is 1 zombie process.
2 updates can be applied immediately."
My next step after backing up my bwdata folder was to issue the following commands:
Those commands generated the following response:
"bitwarden.sh version 2022.12.0
Docker version 20.10.22, build 3a2c30b
docker-compose version 1.29.2, build unknown
Update not needed
[email protected]:~$ "
I’m confused. If the latest version is “Version 2023.1.0” and “2 updates can be applied immediately” as the message I get then why do I get the “Update not needed” response when I run the update command?
Any help is appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
I have the same issue, one zombie process.
But the most important (I think) It doesn’t update to the last version.
The admin portal is now detecting the last version
I will update it later this day
Just as a reminder here for anyone self-hosting.
Typically the self-hosted install will “lag” behind the cloud SaaS offering just a bit, as I’ve seen usually only by a few days to maybe a week at most.
This is to be sure any possible issues or bugs in version upgrades can be resolved prior to offering for self-hosted instances, many of which would be business and enterprise but also the few personal home users. Bitwarden wants to provide a working product, and for all the changes and updates through the years I’ve always had things work flawlessly
Which for something as critical as a password manager I consider stability to be up there with security.
You can always check the latest release of the self-host release at GitHub - bitwarden/self-host: Bitwarden’s self-hosted release repository which appears to now show version 2023.1.0 as of ~11:13 UTC Thursday, January 12, 2023
For reference the cloud server repo shows updated to the latest release v2023.1.0 as of ~22:30 UTC Tuesday, January 10, 2023
@dwbit could we possibly check to confirm that the self-hosted
/admin panel pulls version info from the self-hosted repo and not the main server repo?
This is a message from Ubuntu, there are new updates for your operating system. Since Bitwarden is completely managed by the included
bitwarden.sh script, this is probably unrelated.
You should do this:
sudo apt update
sudo apt upgrade
Same goes for the zombie process. This could be a Bitwarden process, but it could also be another problem. Try this: How to find zombie process? - Ask Ubuntu
Thanks so much for pointing this out.
I sort of forgot that Bitwarden was running on a Linux host.
Do I need to stop Bitwarden to run updates on the host?
Thanks for the assistance.
Thanks for this information.
I did see this notice about version lag but I didn’t think it was referring to self-hosted rather I thought it was referring to another type of installation.
This is not necessary. Bitwarden runs isolated inside its Docker containers. If host updates affect Docker or Docker itself is updated, it usually restarts the containers automatically.