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Nextcloud is a suite of client-server software for creating and using file hosting services. It is enterprise-ready with comprehensive support options. It is licensed with Affero General Public License v3.0 (AGPL-v3.0).

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Release Channels

Channel Use case
Production Only available to Nextcloud Enterprise customers
Stable Latest feature releases ready for most users at minimal risk. Rollouts are staged, making releases incrementally available to all users over time
Beta A short-term-stable point to report bugs against. Around big releases the Beta channel delivers the new major version.
Daily Daily builds are meant to reproduce bugs as well as to enable testers to follow the development of the next major version.


Skipping major versions when upgrading and downgrading to older versions is not supported. If you went via ‘beta’ to 14.0.0rc4 and stable is on 13.0.5, you have to wait until 14.0.0 or later is in stable until a new update will become available.

The safest way to upgrade is to always update to the latest minor release before upgrading to a new version. The Nextcloud updater does this automatically whenever possible.


Nextcloud makes new versions incrementally available to user installations in the Stable channel. When a major new version comes out, the project waits for one week and only when no problems are found the roll-out is started in steps of about 20% of the user base per week. If you maintain several servers, this means some get it sooner than others.

If an issue is found that was not caught during pre-release testing, the roll-out might be delayed. As a result new release is typically only available in the stable channel after the first minor release. Users can always upgrade sooner by choosing the beta channel, which typically tracks stable releases immediately after publishing.

More information is available on the Nextcloud website.

You should be running one of the supported release numbers listed above in the rightmost column.

You can check the version that you are currently using by running:
su -m www -c 'php $WEBROOT/occ config:system:get version'

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This page was last updated on 24 March 2023. Latest releases are automatically updated.