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The File Sharing feature is absent in the Plesk UI

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    Betei Geuze

    We have the same problem like Baz Scott. What is the solution for that?

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    Torsten Homberger

    > The File Sharing feature is deprecated.
    > Since Plesk Obsidian 18.0.30 it was removed completely.

    That's a pity. Seafile does not support CentOS 8.

    So File Sharing is not available on CentOS 8 with Plesk?

    Please update your documentation to reflect this. I lost hours because of this hidden information.

     

     

     

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    Baz Scott

    I installed the Seafile extension, but the config page just displays the message "Warning: Seafile is not enabled for any Domains. Please enable Seafile in the relevant Reseller Plan and an existing Service Plan or create an Add-On service plan to add to individual subscriptions."

    The links all just go to the Website and Domains management page, with no obvious method to enable.

    The plesk seafile documentation link is dead.

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    Baz Scott

    Betei Geuze I installed the NextCloud extension as a replacement; I am very impressed so far.

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    Betei Geuze

    Baz Scott Sorry but NextCloud extension is not usable in the business environment because it has bugs/problems to handle file locks by using webdav drives in windows 10. When you have a network drive by webdav ind Windows and you open a Microsoft Excel (or Word), the file is not locked correctly and if another user open the same file at the same time you will get inconsistent data of that file!

    Additional to that NextCloud consumed a lot of ressourches (CPU) if using webdav network drives due to another concept (using a php api for webdav).

    You can test it by yourself!

     

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    Yulia Plokhotnikova

    Hi @Torsten Homberger,

    Sure, I will include the cross-link to Seafile software requirements at https://www.plesk.com/extensions/seafile/

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