Failed to access '/shared/logs/var-log': Too many levels of symbolic links

I run Seafile 7.0.5 on my RPi3 with docker. When my RPi fails and reboots I am not able to start Seafile again. I got following message from the docker logs

*** Running /etc/my_init.d/
mv: failed to access '/shared/logs/var-log': Too many levels of symbolic links
*** /etc/my_init.d/ failed with status 1
*** Killing all processes...

I use following command to execute it as container:

sudo docker run -d --name seafile \
-v /apps/seafile:/shared \
-p 80:80 \

I get it up and running if I delete the seafile folder with all data and run the docker command. But this is bad to setup every time. Any idea how I can solve it?

Does someone has an idea what could be the cause of this issue?

I have the same problem. Rebooted my machine after an update and it failed to get the container up again.

Experiencing the same issue. Can’t determine the cause as no system changes/updates/etc. were made prior to this issue just “suddenly” appearing. Hopefully this post is seen by someone w/ some guidance. Can’t start Seafile server at all, dead in the water until a solution is found.
Deployed: 10.0.1 community edition via Docker-compose on Ubuntu 22.04.3 LTS.