Seafile community edition 9.0.9 is ready!

This is a maintenance release with following fixes and updates:

  • [fix] Fix a memory leak problem in seaf-server
  • [fix] Fix a bug that will lead to seaf-fsck crash
  • [fix] Fix a stored XSS problem for library names
  • [fix] Disable open a file in OnlyOffice for encrypted libraries when open from trash

The docker image is updated too.


Hi guys!

First of all I’d like to thank you for the great job developing and improving Seafile, it is an awesome piece of software! :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

I’ve done an upgrade from 9.0.5 to 9.0.9 like described in How to upgrade 9.0.5 to 9.0.8 - Seafile Server - Seafile Community Forum and basically everything went fine, but i ended up again with a broken link sharing. The error is the same as in Cannot create share links with passwords - Seafile Server - Seafile Community Forum but i should have all necessarities right (Django version 3.2.13, cffi 1.14.6, pycryptodome 3.12.0, the libffi-dev package installed … do I have another option than the seahub.log to narrow down what’s missing here?

Thank you in advance,

Hello, can you please fix this WebDav issue in next update? Seafdav : renaming files with space in directory names doesn’t work - Seafile Server - Seafile Community Forum

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