I’m trying to install seafile 7.1.5 on a Debian 10 vps which has php-fpm on port 8000.
So I edited /conf/gunicorn.conf.py to bind to 127.0.0.1:8085
When I ./seafile.sh start, that started seaf-server process and opened port 8082.
When I ./seahub.sh start 8085, it started 5/6 Python processes listeining on por t8085.
But it didn’t open port 8085 like .seafile.sh start opened port 8082.
I’m a newbie to firewall. And it was suggested to get port 8085 open. But I can’t get nftables to open port 8085.
Was ./seahub.sh start 8085 supposed to open port 8085 without me doing anything?
Port 8082 seems to be open, but does this mean I still have to add a firewall rule for it?