Update weirdness

From the admin page of my installation I see that I am not up to date

but when I try to update I get update not needed

[email protected]:~$ sudo ./bitwarden.sh updateself


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Open source password management solutions
Copyright 2015-2021, 8bit Solutions LLC
https://bitwarden.com, Bitwarden · GitHub

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bitwarden.sh version 1.42.3
Docker version 20.10.8, build 3967b7d
docker-compose version 1.29.2, build 5becea4c

Updated self.
[email protected]:~$ sudo ./bitwarden.sh update


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Open source password management solutions
Copyright 2015-2021, 8bit Solutions LLC
https://bitwarden.com, Bitwarden · GitHub

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bitwarden.sh version 1.42.3
Docker version 20.10.8, build 3967b7d
docker-compose version 1.29.2, build 5becea4c

Update not needed

Bitwarden’s server and web vault code has been updated but it seems the script still has not been updated in the code repo as of yet.

So when you try to update the script, it already is the same as GitHub.
Then when running the script to check for updates in GitHub, it still only pulls

# Please do not create pull requests modifying the version numbers.
COREVERSION="1.42.3"
WEBVERSION="2.22.3"

We wait just a bit before making the code available to self hosted users so we can monitor and respond to any issues in a contained fashion😎

Here’s a post I did about how we do releases at a high level: https://bitwarden.com/blog/open-source-password-manager-releases-bitwarden/

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This makes sense.

Would it be possible to tell in the admin page that the update is still not available for self hosted users?

Anyway thank you for the prompt reply even on Sunday @tgreer, so far I am not regretting dropping 1Password and trying out btiwarden.
I decide to go the self host way with a Personal Premium license to get OTP working. As long as I am not very keen to the subscription model, $10 a year is reasonable and allows me to host my own data.
Next big thing is checking all imports from 1Password and fixing those who are wrong.

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