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  1. #1
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    December 2019

    Automatic Server upgrades?

    Dear Community,

    I'm maintaining since a long time a TeamSpeak server with about ~40 Users peak per Day. I have two questions...

    1. I have written an Ansible Playbook, which is able to update and rollback my server but is there any official mechanism for this task?

    2. It would help, if there is a simple way to figure out, which is the latest server version. Like /download/latest as rewrite or an API which can tell me the latest version string. Is there something like this?

    At the moment I call a shell script to get the latest download link, which parses the download website and returns a link selected with some regex...
    This is really not nice
    export link=$(wget -q -O - | grep -oPm 1 '(?<=")(https:\/\/[\w\/\.\-_]+server\w+linux.amd64[\w_\-\d\.]+.tar.bz2)')

    Thanks in advance,

  2. #2
    Join Date
    February 2012
    Information about the x86_64 Linux version:
    wget -qO - | jq -r '.linux.x86_64'

    Latest version of the x86_64 Linux server:
    wget -qO - | jq -r '.linux.x86_64.version'

    Download link for the latest x86_64 Linux server:
    wget -qO - | jq -r '.linux.x86_64.mirrors[""]'

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