Hi all - I am running Seafile 6.0.7 on a Windows 10 machine, and it’s been very reliable. Last night, my landlord was at my shop after I left and I think “helpfully” turned the server off by hitting the power button. I turned the PC back on this morning, but can’t seem to access Seafile.
I’ve restarted the server and the applet shows that it is started and running. None of the clients can access the server (even the client that runs on the same machine as the server instance), and give the error message “Failed to get libraries information”. I’ve tried to access the admin screen via web browser and just get an error message saying “Page unavailable. Sorry, but the requested page is unavailable due to a server hiccup. Our engineers have been notified, so check back later.”
I did try to run garbage collection, which gave me a few errors about repos. I also tried to run seaf-fsck to resolve, but that gives me the following error:
[01/06/21 11:08:16] Can’t load config file C:\Users\rotar/ccnet/ccnet.conf.
[01/06/21 11:08:16] seaf-fsck.c(143): Read config dir error
Any ideas? I’ve got at least 2-3 PCs I use between home and work that access the same library, and not being able to get to the most current file versions is proving to be a problem!
Thanks in advance,