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'''Note 1: For a smooth upgrade experience, always stay on the latest major version of gitlab. For example, if latest version of gitlab is 12.0.0 and you are currently on 11.3.6, then update to 12.0.0 as soon as possible, certainly before the debian package is updated to 13.x. Ideally, you should update as soon as a new version with security updates is available.'''
'''Note 2: It is recommended to subscribe to changes in this wiki page or frequently check this page for updates'''
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|== Stretch Backports (upgrade to buster) ==
Gitlab 11.4.9 is available in stretch-backports (still affected by some security issues, many security releases behind).
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|Gitlab 11.5.10 is available for stretch-backports via personal repo of gitlab maintainer (many security releases behind) from https://people.debian.org/~praveen/gitlab
Add to `/etc/apt/sources.list`
deb https://people.debian.org/~praveen/gitlab stretch-backports contrib main
''Note 1: Official stretch-backports repo is also required for this personal repo to work. See [[Backports]]. You will also need contrib section''
# apt -t stretch-backports install gitlab
It is recommended to upgrade to buster to receive security updates.
Note: Remove unnecessary packages after upgrade (remove ruby-bootsnap if you see strange load errors).
# apt remove rails npm ruby-bootsnap
== Stretch (upgrade to stretch-backports and then to buster) ==
Gitlab 8.13.11 is available in stretch, but it is not receiving any security updates. So it is recommended to update to newer versions from unstable or buster or stretch-backports.
# apt install gitlab
It is recommended to upgrade to stretch-backports and then to buster to receive security updates.
|This is moved to [[gitlab/stretch]] now.|
Gitlab is a git front end with repository management, graphs, links, goodies, commands to run, and review capabilities similar in feel to a self-hosted ?GitHub.
Note 1: For a smooth upgrade experience, always stay on the latest major version of gitlab. For example, if latest version of gitlab is 12.0.0 and you are currently on 11.3.6, then update to 12.0.0 as soon as possible, certainly before the debian package is updated to 13.x. Ideally, you should update as soon as a new version with security updates is available.
Note 2: It is recommended to subscribe to changes in this wiki page or frequently check this page for updates
Buster Fast Track (Recommended)
Gitlab 12.0.9 is available in unofficial fasttrack repo (some packages are still needed from personal repo of gitlab maintainer) targeting buster as base distribution. (two security releases behind).
Add to /etc/apt/sources.list
deb http://fasttrack.debian.net/debian/ buster-fasttrack main contrib deb http://fasttrack.debian.net/debian/ buster-backports main contrib deb https://deb.debian.org/debian buster-backports contrib main # Eventually the packages in this repo will be moved to one of the previous two repos deb https://people.debian.org/~praveen/gitlab buster-backports contrib main
# apt update
You may encounter the following error message:
The following signatures couldn't be verified because the public key is not available: NO_PUBKEY 0B76920762A6B785
If so, those commands can help:
# wget https://people.debian.org/~praveen/gitlab/praveen.key.asc # wget http://fasttrack.debian.net/fasttrack-archive-key.asc # apt-key add praveen.key.asc # apt-key add fasttrack-archive-key.asc
# apt -t buster-backports install gitlab
Note: https://gitlab.debian.net is running on this version.
Unstable (be careful when updating packages)
Gitlab 11.8.10 is available in unstable (many open security issues). Note: Use experimental till libgit2 transition is complete.
# apt install gitlab
We try to keep the version in unstable in a good shape with the latest security updates, but some times dependency updates break GitLab.
Experimental - During freeze and transitions
Gitlab 12.2.8 is available in experimental (no open security issues). If you are using experimental for the first time, check DebianExperimental.
libgit2, grpc and protobuf transition is delaying upload to unstable.
# apt -t experimental install ruby-rugged ruby-grpc ruby-google-protobuf # apt -t experimental install gitlab-workhorse gitaly ruby-gitaly # apt -t experimental install ruby-devise ruby-task-list ruby-bootstrap-form ruby-sshkey ruby-default-value-for ruby-benchmark-ips ruby-omniauth-google-oauth2 ruby-invisible-captcha ruby-gitlab-sidekiq-fetcher ruby-redis ruby-gitlab-labkit # apt install gitlab/experimental
Gitlab on Stetch
This is moved to gitlab/stretch now.
You can reach the maintainers of the gitlab package via
Matrix at #debian-gitlab:poddery.com (join via browser)
IRC #debian-gitlab on OFTC network (join via browser)
Installing gitlab on an lxc container to test - See gitlab/lxc
Updating gitlab package to newer versions - See Teams/Ruby/Packaging/newUpstreamRailsApp
- Aim to get gitlab back in main by bullseye release by packaging all node dependencies. We can do this gradually starting with webpack from the archive.
- Get autopkgtest working so we can detect problems when someone updates dependencies without coordinating with us.
Note: this section is about the installation of upstream-provided unofficial packages.
all actions are performed under the root user, in ~ unless otherwise noted.
navigate to https://about.gitlab.com/install/ and copy down the link to the Debian deb package.
as of this writing @ June 5, 2014
- dpkg -i gitlab*
i got errors 1st time around 2nd time around gitlab looked like it set everything and ran well.
To avoid errors, execute /opt/gitlab/embedded/bin/runsvdir-start for one minute, more or less (tested in 7.9.0 and 7.9.1 omnibus versions).
- gitlab-ctl reconfigure
to verify that things are running
- gitlab-ctl status
navigate to your servers IP address or domain name, and login as:
user: root password: 5iveL!fe