I’ve been using Seafile for a couple of years now and I have to say it’s been a great ride so far. The app is robust, the manual well documented and, so far, I’ve found answers to all my questions along the way in the forums, until now.
I have a - non-critical - question with respect to my installation. I’ve been updating my server from time to time and am left now with varios ‘seafile-server-xxx’ folders from the older versions.
I’m 99% sure that I can delete those folders without problem but I thought I’d double check here first as I’m real not interested in breaking what’s working…
my Seafile root likes as follows:
pyheme@cloud:~$sudo du -cksh /home/seafile/* | sort -rn 141M /home/seafile/installed 102M /home/seafile/seafile-server-5.0.3 100M /home/seafile/seafile-server-6.0.4 100M /home/seafile/seafile-server-4.3.2 98M /home/seafile/seafile-server-4.2.2 97M /home/seafile/seafile-server-5.1.3 90M /home/seafile/seafile-server-4.1.2 86M /home/seafile/seafile-server-3.1.7 86M /home/seafile/seafile-server-3.1.6 65G total 64G /home/seafile/seafile-data 32K /home/seafile/ccnet 26M /home/seafile/seahub-data 24K /home/seafile/conf 23M /home/seafile/logs 16K /home/seafile/pids 4.0K /home/seafile/seahub_settings.pyc 4.0K /home/seafile/seahub_settings.py.seafile-5.0.0-bak 4.0K /home/seafile/seahub_settings.py 4.0K /home/seafile/seafile-server 0 /home/seafile/seafile-server-latest
I’d like to delete the folders /home/seafile/seafile-server-3.1.6 through 5.0.3. Is it safe to do that?
Thanks in advance!