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  1. #1
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    Is there a way to check for server updates other than visiting the web site?

    Is there a way to check for server updates other than visiting the web site?

    I ask because I was late updating my server to the latest version by 1 month

    Many thanks in advanced.

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    For scripting purposes there is https://teamspeak.com/versions/server.json (there's also a client.json at that location) which is updated once a new release is published to the downloads page.
    The following would give you the timestamp the server downloads were last updated:
    Code:
    curl -sI https://teamspeak.com/versions/server.json | grep last-modified | cut -d: -f2- | date -f - +%s
    You can also just get the current release version by using:
    Code:
    wget https://teamspeak.com/versions/server.json -qO - | jq '.linux.x86_64.version'
    Alternatively you can also just Subscribe to the news forum and select daily mail updates to receive an email by the forum once a new release is announced. You'll also get Beta release updates this way (as well as updates for the client).
    Last edited by Chris; April 20th, 2018 at 11:00 AM.
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    Done the latter option (latest news forum subscription). Thank you for your aid.

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    Hey,
    What happened with those JSON URLs?

    Both returns a HTTP status code 404 (Not Found).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sebi94 View Post
    Hey,
    What happened with those JSON URLs?

    Both returns a HTTP status code 404 (Not Found).
    It appears they have been lost in updating the website earlier this week. We'll look into restoring the files. Thanks for the info.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    It appears they have been lost in updating the website earlier this week. We'll look into restoring the files. Thanks for the info.
    Many thanks Chris!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    It appears they have been lost in updating the website earlier this week. We'll look into restoring the files. Thanks for the info.
    Maybe also look into adding health checks for these things so you don't have to wait for customers to complain about them being broken.

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    Or simply use them themselves?

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