Automatic installation forgets files?

Hi,

currently I’m installing a seafile pro 7.1.1 instance on a debian 10 vm. I need to automate this process so I used the setup-seafile-mysql.sh. After the installation I noticed that some files are missing which are shown in the documation. One example is the seafile.ini in the ccnet directory. This directory exists but it is empty.

For my setup I use an external nfs share which should hold the data.

I can’t see any problem in the installation output. But something seems not fine. Anyone an idea what goes wrong?

root@seafile:~# /opt/seafile/seafile-pro-server-7.1.1/setup-seafile-mysql.sh auto -i seafile.domain.tld -d /mnt/nfsv4/data -e 1 -u seafile -w 1234 -c ccnet_db -s seafile_db -b seahub_db
Checking python on this machine ...

Checking for java ...Done.


verifying password of user seafile ...  done

verifying user "seafile" access to database ccnet_db ...  done

verifying user "seafile" access to database seafile_db ...  done

verifying user "seafile" access to database seahub_db ...  done

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This is your configuration
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    server name:            seafile
    server ip/domain:       seafile.domain.tld

    seafile data dir:       /mnt/nfsv4/data
    fileserver port:        8082

    database:               use existing
    ccnet database:         ccnet_db
    seafile database:       seafile_db
    seahub database:        seahub_db
    database user:          seafile


Generating ccnet configuration ...

done
Successly create configuration dir /opt/seafile/ccnet.
Generating seafile configuration ...

Done.
done
Generating seahub configuration ...

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Now creating ccnet database tables ...

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Now creating seafile database tables ...

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Now creating seahub database tables ...

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creating seafile-server-latest symbolic link ...  done




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Your seafile server configuration has been finished successfully.
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run seafile server:     ./seafile.sh { start | stop | restart }
run seahub  server:     ./seahub.sh  { start <port> | stop | restart <port> }

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If you are behind a firewall, remember to allow input/output of these tcp ports:
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port of seafile fileserver:   8082
port of seahub:               8000

When problems occur, Refer to

        https://download.seafile.com/published/seafile-manual/home.md

for information.