CentOS 7 upgrade to owncloud 10 - not found?


[root@nas ~]# yum update

Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, langpacks
Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
* base: centos.mia.host-engine.com
* epel: download-ib01.fedoraproject.org
* extras: pubmirrors.dal.corespace.com
* updates: mirror.tzulo.com
Resolving Dependencies
--> Running transaction check
---> Package owncloud.noarch 0:9.1.5-1.1 will be obsoleted
---> Package owncloud-deps-php5.noarch 0:9.1.5-1.1 will be updated
---> Package owncloud-deps-php5.noarch 0:10.0.0-1.1 will be an update
---> Package owncloud-files.noarch 0:9.1.5-1.1 will be updated
---> Package owncloud-files.noarch 0:10.0.0-1.1 will be obsoleting
--> Finished Dependency Resolution

Dependencies Resolved

Package Arch Version Repository Size
owncloud-files noarch 10.0.0-1.1 ce_stable 30 M
replacing owncloud.noarch 9.1.5-1.1
owncloud-deps-php5 noarch 10.0.0-1.1 ce_stable 5.9 k

Transaction Summary

Install 1 Package
Upgrade 1 Package

Total download size: 30 M
Is this ok [y/d/N]: y
Downloading packages:
Delta RPMs disabled because /usr/bin/applydeltarpm not installed.
owncloud-files-10.0.0-1.1.noar FAILED
http://download.owncloud.org/download/repositories/stable/CentOS_7/noarch/owncloud-files-10.0.0-1.1.noarch.rpm: >
[Errno 14] HTTP Error 404 - Not Found ] 0.0 B/s | 0 B --:--:-- ETA

So, what's the issue? Is owncloud 10 really released for CentOS 7?

Download repository package missing

Upgrading to 10 is not recommended yet for production systems, so the stable packages yet direct to 9.1.5, until we release 10.0.1 in a few weeks. You can use the 10.0.0 packages directly, though, via this link: https://download.owncloud.org/download/repositories/10.0/owncloud/


Hmm then I'm wondering why i got the upgrade notification during yum update. I am using the ce.stable repo.


I have the same issue with Ubuntu 16.04 LTS.

http://download.owncloud.org/download/repositories/stable/Ubuntu_16.04  owncloud 10.0.0-1.1

404 Not Found

I'm unsure why it tries to download Version 10 from the stable repo. As I remember I never changed the configuration of release channels, so why does it try to get this version?

P.S.: I dont want to upgrade, but apt provides this version.


i got the same issue on ubuntu 16.04 have you guys done someting to the repo so it says that an update is avalible?


I'm having the same issue on the Raspberry Pi version of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. It must be something screwie going on with the Owncloud update repos.

My biggest concern is that I can't seem to update anything else on my server whilst having this problem with the owncloud repo. I have python, systemd, udev, and several other updates available, and none of them will happen while I'm getting this error from owncloud.


if you got webmin then you can skip it by unchecking it.



Hold a package:

sudo apt-mark hold package_name

Remove the hold:

sudo apt-mark unhold package_name

so in this case its sudo apt-mark hold owncloud-deps-php7.0 <- change it to what php you got
sudo apt-mark hold owncloud-files

after update is done dont forget to do the unhold command


I just did an
apt install --only-upgrade everything besides owncloud

I just chained together all of the other packages that were available for upgrade and that seemed to work.


If this is a productive environment please wait for the release of 10.0.1 or 10.0.2 before doing any upgrades as advised in [1]. Until that time they probably have fixed the repositories. You can also switch to the 9.1 repositories [2] which still gives you updates for your current 9.1.x

Disclaimer: for production systems we recommend to wait for the first update release. it is to be expected in about 4 weeks.

[1] https://owncloud.org/blog/introducing-owncloud-x/

[2] https://download.owncloud.org/download/repositories/9.1/owncloud/


Nice to know that we should wait ... it was in the stable repo for centos7 so a normal yum update upgraded it, and then I needed php56, which is not in the normal centos repo.

Problems is solved now, but it seams it should not be in the stable repo yet.


Yes, most people came to the same conclusion. A first version of a major release was never pushed directly to the "stable" repository in the past so this was probably a mistake (The 10.0.0 release was rolled back from that repo a few hours later).


I had this crazy thing happening, I have 2 owncloud servers. I did an update it one, and successfully upgraded to 10.0.0, days latter I tried to do the upgrade on the other server and there was no new releases... I came back to the first server checked the version at the repository, and was the 9.1.6.

I read that they pushed the 10 to the repositories by mistake and they took it out. I'm not in a rush to upgrade. But I'm sort of scared that they are thinking about making owncloud under pay license. That will be bummer since I love the project, and I use it for my personal stuff. I participate on the translation to Spanish like a lot. I'll just keep waiting until the 10.0.1 or .2 stable is at the repository (hopefully)


From what i know ownCloud X/10 is available at


since the release but just not at the "stable" repository at:


So no need to worry about stuff like pay license or similar :slight_smile:


Hey Tom42, thanks for the reply.

I'm afraid to inform you that the version 10 is not available at the repository (as they inform on the link you provided :slight_smile: :smiley:


I'm afraid to inform you that the version 10 is available at the repository from the link i have provided :slight_smile::grinning:


I'm afraid to inform that I'm doing something wrong... I will check.

Thanks for the patience


Maybe the apt-cache is broken? I would try to remove the repository from the apt config, run apt-get update, re-add the repositories again and then run apt-get update once more.


Since 10.0.2 is released yet, did something changed from the status "do not use Owncloud X in production environment"?

In Yum ce_stable 9.1.6 is still the last stable version..